Former UFC welterweight and middleweight champ Georges St-Pierre says he is done with the UFC, but he would be open to fighting for charity.
St-Pierre has been retired for several years now ever since he beat Michael Bisping to win the UFC middleweight strap at UFC 217. There have always been whispers that GSP could potentially return and he has spoken about a potential superfight with former UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov in the past. However, at this point, it appears that the 40-year-old GSP is content with staying retired and not competing in MMA.
Speaking to Haymakers’ Robin Black in a recent interview, GSP confirmed his days as a mixed martial artist for the UFC are over. According to St-Pierre, he is no longer interested in having to prove that he is the best fighter in the world. However, he is still interested in competing again and mentioned potential charity matches in either boxing or grappling.