Georges St-Pierre is undoubtedly one of the most popular and legendary fighters in the entire MMA world. The UFC Hall Of Famer was at the top of his game back in 2013, but would leave the company for a few years, which shocked many.
Georges St-Pierre made his return to the UFC back in 2016 where he faced off against Michael Bisping in a different weight class. Georges St-Pierre would hang up his gloves for good in 2019, bringing an end to a legendary career.
Georges St-Pierre was not allowed to compete against former UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov for an intergenerational superfight. He was also prevented from facing off against Oscar De La Hoya in a boxing match, a move that was criticized by many including Anderson Silva.
While speaking to Sports Illustrated, Georges St-Pierre revealed that his UFC contract will be expiring in two years and hinted at competing in big novelty fights as he will still be in shape.
“My contract with UFC will finish in almost two years, and I will be free—and I will still be in shape. I’m still a fighter and an entertainer. If there is an exhibition fight or a novelty fight for charity, then never say never.”
By the time his contract expires, he will be 42 years old and there is no telling just who Georges St-Pierre will be able to compete against. Of course, whoever he does fight in the end, one can be assured that it will be completely his own decision and will have nothing to do with the UFC.