One of the greatest of all-time might not be done just yet.
Georges St-Pierre told Montreal’s Reseau de sports (RDS) last week that the itch to come back to the UFC is coming back in a significant way.
“I’m starting to get the feeling, more and more, to come back,” St-Pierre said (translated from French by MMA Fighting). “I watch the fights to see what’s going on in my division, and I’m staying in shape. It’s like a knife that I have to keep sharp just in case I ever decide to jump back in the mix. It’s not for sure that it won’t happen in 2015, but I’m not sure yet.”
UFC president Dana White has said repeatedly over the last year that he severely doubts St-Pierre will ever return. But GSP, the former UFC welterweight champion, has never used the word retirement and he continues to leave the door open. St-Pierre said he is currently back in the gym at Tristar and working out vigorously.
“I’m training hard,” St-Pierre told RDS. “As you can see, I have some bumps and bruises. I didn’t get these from falling down stairs.”
St-Pierre, 34, successfully defended the title against Johny Hendricks at ….View original article