Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight champion Georges St-Pierre, who also hold bullion during 170 pounds, has once again walked away from churned martial humanities (MMA) after surrendering his strap.
What will it take to move him back?
A quarrel that does something for his legacy, given he already has a boatload of money. That’s since a “rich prick” is branch his nose adult during a thought of a Conor McGregor showdown, since “Notorious” is zero some-more than a income fight.
From The MMA Hour:
“The thing is, Conor McGregor, money-wise, we trust is a one that can put a many income on a table. However, we consider legacy-wise, we don’t consider he’s a man that legacy-wise (helps me much). we mean, money-wise, for people who are not outrageous fans of MMA, they know who Conor McGregor is. He’s a categorical guy. He’s a man who brought a competition to a opposite level. He’s, we would say, a many charismatic guy. He sells, a biggest seller in a sport. But speak about legacy. If we come behind for legacy, that’s what interests me a most, some-more than a money. Money, yes, it’s good, though if we come back, it would be some-more for a bequest match.”
If violence a many renouned MMA warrior in story doesn’t supplement to your bequest … afterwards what does?
St-Pierre jumped adult to 185 pounds to plea Michael Bisping for a multiplication pretension final fall. After choking out “The Count,” a French-Canadian phenom was submitted by colitis and forced to travel away.
It should also be remarkable that “Rush” is also unfeeling in fights with UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley, possibly of a Diaz brothers, or former Bellator and ONE champion Ben Askren.
Anyone out there in MMA land have an choice “legacy fight” that fits a bill?