Talk about sour grapes! Not long after defeating Diego Sanchez in what was one of the most one-sided fights of all time, BJ Penn's camp is back at it again, throwing accusations at Georges St. Pierre.
Rudy Valentino who is Penn's trainer was recently a guest on Sport's Illustrated's Gross Pointe Blank , hosted by none other than Josh Gross.
It was an interesting interview as they discussed Penn's plan to dominate the lightweight division, before eventually trying his hand as a welterweight sometime in 2010.
Then it got ugly as Valentino decided to throw a few jabs at GSP. He once again brought up the alleged use of steroids by St. Pierre.
He claimed that "certain people" that used to train alongside the UFC welterweight had told Penn's camp that GSP knows what he is doing and when to cycle on and off the performance enhancing drugs.
He went on to say that BJ has felt all along that the fight was unfair and that he wants this monkey off of his back.
So when the greasing allegations got you nowhere, it is time to resort to accusations of steroid use, even though there has never been any proof or anyone willing to corroborate your story?
BJ took a beating that nobody ever saw coming. BJ ran his mouth before the fight and he got his a** handed to him. Be a man and accept it already.
What's it been? Just about*eleven months actually. Do the fans have to be subjected to this garbage any longer?
Penn is a great fighter, one of the best in the world, but he got beat by a bigger, stronger, more evolved fighter that night. It happens to the best of them.
He just seems to never get over things. From suing the UFC for stripping him of the welterweight title after refusing to defend the title and signing with K-1.
He took the greasing scandal way too far, vowing never to fight in the state of Nevada again after the Nevada State Athletic Commission refused to overturn the result of the fight.
He asked the NSAC to fine GSP's cornermen Greg Jackson, who is respected throughout the MMA community, and Phil Nurse $250,000. He also asked that they be suspended.
Thankfully the NSAC refused to suspend either man or suspend GSP's license.
He has taken this too far, why can't he enjoy the fruits of his labor, which are plentiful.
He has taken down two of the top lightweights in the world in succession, without even breaking a sweat.
It's time for Penn to let his fighting do his bidding, after all it's what got him where he is thus far.