As it stated in It appears that Georges St-Pierre is finally set to return to the UFC.
“Georges St-Pierre will not fight again,” White told reporters in Las Vegas at UFC 200.
According to a report from MMAFighting.com’s Ariel Helwani, the Canadian superstar is close to signing a new multi-fight contract with the UFC.
UFC president Dana White repeatedly opined that St-Pierre didn’t have the desire to compete.
St-Pierre vacated his welterweight title and took an indefinite leave of absence in December 2013 following a split decision win over Johny Hendricks at UFC 167.
according to Bisping said: “I know that Georges, his trainer told me recently they’re pretty much at an agreement with the UFC so the deal [for his return] is almost done.
And the Canadian could be first in line for a shot at the title, if Bisping has his way.
And GSP fits the bill perfectly, he told The MMA Hour yesterday.
The Count is determined to secure the biggest fight possible for his second defence of the 185lb strap he snatched from Luke Rockhold in a shock victory last summer.
Ex-champ Georges St-Pierre and UFC reportedly agree to terms for return
according to Former longtime UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre has reportedly agreed to terms on a new contract with the promotion.
St-Pierre (25-2 MMA, 19-2 UFC) could return to the octagon in the third quarter of this year, though no date has been finalized, per MMAFighting.com.
The deal comes four months after St-Pierre revealed an impasse with his longtime promoter amid a contract renegotiation and declared himself a free agent.
Jim Quinn, the former champ’s attorney during his contract renegotiation, said he was not involved in any new negotiations and deferred the matter to the fighter’s management.
Then UFC President Dana White told TSN that he’d spoken to St-Pierre and smoothed out their differences.
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