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Georges St-Pierre inks new deal to return to the UFC stat : FOX Sports

as declared in Ultimately, St-Pierre declared himself a free agent as he sought to break free from his previous deal with the UFC.
The longest reigning welterweight champion in UFC history inked a new contract with the promotion this week that will see St-Pierre return to action for the first time since 2013.
Both welterweight champion Tyron Woodley and middleweight champ Michael Bisping have expressed interest in facing St-Pierre.
When St-Pierre last fought in the UFC, the promotion hadn’t inked a multi-year deal with Reebok, which now prevents athletes from wearing outside sponsors into the Octagon.
Right now there’s word on who St-Pierre will ultimately fight when he returns but it’s clear his next bout will be one of the biggest moments in recent UFC history.

Georges St-Pierre inks new deal to return to the UFC

referring to SHAREShare on Facebook SHAREShare on Twitter TWEETLink He’s back: Former UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre has signed a new fight agreement with the UFC.
St-Pierre (25-2), the former welterweight champion who left the UFC after a gruelling 2013 fight against Johny Hendricks and criticised the organisations drug screening then, does not have a return date or opponent yet.
Georges St-Pierre has officially signed a new fight agreement with the UFC, company President Dana White told the Los Angeles Times, giving the organisation a bona fide pay-per-view headliner to cushion the absence of Conor McGregor.
White said two friends of St-Pierre whom he refused to identify played a key role in brokering an agreement to bring St-Pierre back.
Photo: Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLCThe deal for his return was signed Thursday, White said.

Georges St-Pierre signs to return to UFC

referring to White said two friends of St-Pierre whom he refused to identify played a key role in brokering an agreement to bring St-Pierre back.
Georges St-Pierre has officially signed a new fight agreement with the UFC, company President Dana White told the Los Angeles Times on Friday, giving the organization a bona fide pay-per-view headliner to cushion the absence of Conor McGregor.
The deal for his return was signed Thursday, White said.
St-Pierre seemed to be risking widening the divide by aligning with a recently organized fighters association headed by former Bellator head Bjorn Rebney.
St-Pierre was the UFC’s top pay-per-view draw and a dominant force in the UFC from 2006 to 2013, losing only once after taking the belt from Matt Hughes in Sacramento at UFC 63 in November 2006.

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