"They said it was amicable," a source close to the situation said. "Georges was just being nice. It was not. Essentially, he just fired her."
"St. Pierre is good looking, articulate, and easy to work with," one agent said under conditions of anonymity. "Almost anyone could have made these deals happen for him. He is the perfect spokesman for the sport. I give Shari credit for one thing: she knew she was overmatched and was brave enough to bring in outside help to do what she couldn't."
"It's about the fighter not the agent," one well known agent said. "Give me the right client and I will show you how easy it is to look great. Give me a client who is a loser and can't be controlled, one who complains like everything is someone else's fault, and I will show you how bad I can look. GSP is an agent's dream. Seems like many dreams in this case; when you wake up its not there any more."
Bloody Elbow has learned that money was at the heart of the dispute. St. Pierre was paying Spencer a rumored 20 percent of all the deals she brought to the table ... he didn't need an agent and a high profile manager. It was time for one to go.
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