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February 22, 2019

It didn't hurt that Georges St-Pierre is a supremely fit athlete, fast and fluid and robust enough to render another man powerless. But even as GSP was sharpening his fighting skills in the gym over the years and utilizing them like a boss inside the Octagon, his focus always was more far-reaching.

November 6, 2017

NEW YORK -- And just like that, Georges St-Pierre is back -- and a two-weight UFC champion. Stepping back into competition for the first time since 2013, St-Pierre (26-2) submitted Michael Bisping in the third round of the middleweight title fight on Saturday, which headlined UFC 217 inside Madison Square Garden.

September 1, 2017

After a few false starts and much hemming and hawing, Georges St-Pierre’s comeback fight is official. On Saturday, the UFC announced that the 36-year-old welterweight legend is officially scheduled to challenge Michael Bisping for the middleweight title in the main event of UFC 217at Madison Square Garden in New York on Nov. 4.

June 8, 2017

TORONTO — It’s 1,300 days and counting since Georges St. Pierre last fought. But the former UFC welterweight champion says he feels better than ever on the comeback trail. “I’m in the best shape of my life,” the 36-year-old Montreal MMA star said in an interview Thursday. There is a chink in the GSP armour, however. “Let’s say you go out with your friend and have a few drinks, it takes more time to recuperate,” he admitted. “But all the rest — you’re wiser, smarter, more experienced, more powerful, stronger.” St. Pierre, whose last fight was at UFC 167 on Nov. 16, 2013, ended his hiatus from the sport when he signed a new contract in February. The UFC announced GSP would move up a weight class to face middleweight champion Michael Bisping later this year. St. Pierre and the UFC have since clashed over when the fight should take place. UFC president Dana White wants it sooner than later. GSP says he can’t fight until November because of an eye injury. St. Pierre (25-2-0) says he spoke to White this week to press his case to battle Bisping. 

December 13, 2013

No one who's been paying attention all these years should be the least bit surprised that, even in semi-retirement, it was Georges St-Pierre who showed us how it should be done.The now-former UFC welterweight champion announced Friday that he's vacating the title, taking a break from MMA, and going in search of a "normal" life. Not quite as decisive or final as some of the other exits we've seen, but that's part of what's so great about it.

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