Georges St-Pierre Officially Back Under The UFC Umbrella

Georges St-Pierre

Canada’s biggest MMA draw has finally come to a contract agreement with the UFC after months of negotiations. This also means there’s a good chance the UFC is returning to Canada with an epic fight card in the not too distant future.

On Friday, accredited MMA sources have reported that Georges St-Pierre has officially inked a new contract with the UFC following a three year hiatus. That’s right! The former UFC welterweight champion will step inside the Octagon, potentially gunning for the 170-pound belt again or simply just back for epic superfights. There’s no short or longer term plan set in stone yet, but there’s already speculation on who GPS could face in the upcoming months.

UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping called out GSP a few months ago, so a fight between the both of them is highly possible. With a new ownership on-board, the UFC is currently seeking big money fights that will generate a good amount of income for them. UFC’s biggest stars such as Ronda Rousey and Conor McGregor are currently off the shelf for an undetermined time, the promotions obviously needs big names more than ever and GSP is definitely one of them.

The Canadian mixed martial artist has victories over Carlos Condit, Nick Diaz, Jake Shields, B.J. Penn, Matt Hughes, and Jon Fitch, among others. He defended the welterweight belt 9 times during his reign in the UFC.

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