MONTRÉAL - Ne vous attendez pas à voir Georges Saint-Pierre devenir entraîneur quand sa carrière de combattant sera terminée.

Le champion des arts martiaux mixtes a semblé apprécier l'expérience d'enseigner, vendredi, quand il a appris à un groupe de jeunes la base des coups de pied, des blocs et des prises.

Saint-Pierre, champion de l'UFC chez les mi-moyens, admet qu'il aime enseigner, particulièrement auprès des jeunes, mais il ne sait toutefois pas s'il voudrait le faire à temps plein.

Le Québécois a passé une heure au Tristar Gym à enseigner les techniques de base des arts martiaux mixtes au gagnant d'un concours et à d'autres jeunes canadiens sélectionnés par un commanditaire.

Ils ont appris comment effectuer un coup de pied sans être vulnérable à un coup de poing, à bloquer un coup de pied (jamais avec les mains) et d'autres techniques.

Saint-Pierre profite d'un peu de repos depuis qu'il a signé une 11e victoire de suite, une victoire par décision unanime contre Nick Diaz le 16 mars dernier, au Centre Bell.

Il amorcera en septembre sa préparation pour son prochain combat, qui aura lieu le 16 novembre, à Las Vegas. Son adversaire sera alors Johny Hendricks.

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  • Georges St Pierre, Nick Diaz,

    Georges St-Pierre, right, from Canada pins Nick Diaz from the United States to the canvas during their UFC 158 welterweight mixed martial arts title fight in Montreal, Saturday, March 16, 2013. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Graham Hughes)

  • Georges St Pierre, Nick Diaz,

    Georges St-Pierre, left, from Canada lands a blow to Nick Diaz from the United States during their UFC 158 welterweight mixed martial arts title fight in Montreal, Saturday, March 16, 2013. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Graham Hughes)

  • Georges St Pierre, Nick Diaz,

    Georges St-Pierre, right, from Canada lands a kick to the body of Nick Diaz from the United States during their UFC 158 welterweight mixed martial arts title fight in Montreal, Saturday, March 16, 2013. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Graham Hughes)

  • Georges St Pierre, Nick Diaz,

    Georges St-Pierre from Canada, left, has his arm raised by an official after defeating Nick Diaz from the United States in their UFC 158 mixed martial arts title fight in Montreal, Saturday, March 16, 2013. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Graham Hughes)

  • Georges St Pierre, Nick Diaz,

    Georges St-Pierre, right, from Canada raises the arm of Nick Diaz from the United States following their UFC 158 welterweigh mixed martial arts title fight in Montreal, Saturday, March 16, 2013. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Graham Hughes)

  • Georges St Pierre, Nick Diaz,

    Georges St-Pierre, left, from Canada lands a knee to the body of Nick Diaz from the United States during their UFC 158 mixed martial arts title fight in Montreal, Saturday, March 16, 2013. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Graham Hughes)

  • Georges St Pierre, Nick Diaz,

    Georges St-Pierre, left, from Canada pins Nick Diaz from the United States to the canvas during their UFC 158 mixed martial arts title fight in Montreal, Saturday, March 16, 2013. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Graham Hughes)

  • Georges St Pierre, Nick Diaz,

    Georges St-Pierre, left, from Canada pins Nick Diaz from the United States to the canvas during their UFC 158 mixed martial arts title fight in Montreal, Saturday, March 16, 2013. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Graham Hughes)

  • Fighters Georges St-Pierre, left, and Nick Diaz, right, are separated by UFC president Dana White, center, during the weight-in for UFC 158 in Montreal on Friday March 15, 2013. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Ryan Remiorz)

  • Fighter Georges St-Pierre flexes during the weight-in for UFC 158 in Montreal on Friday March 15, 2013. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Ryan Remiorz)

  • Fighters Georges St-Pierre, left, and Nick Diaz, left, are separated UFC president Dana White, center, during the weight-in for UFC 158 in Montreal on Friday March 15, 2013. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Ryan Remiorz)