Georges St-Pierre to announce retirement from UFC on Thursday

Georges St-Pierre to announce retirement from UFC on Thursday

According to reports, former two-time UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre is set to announce his retirement from the octagon at a press conference in Montreal on Thursday. If St-Pierre fought and won at 155, he would be the first UFC fighter in history to hold a title in three different weight classes.

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Wednesday's report prompted Nurmagomedov to offer up the fight in a post on Instagram, saying: "Let's do it in November".

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Georges St-Pierre, a two-division UFC champion who put mixed martial arts on the map in Canada, is retiring. "You have had the best run of any fighter to grace the caged canvas!" I grow up on your fights, and have nothing but respect for you, and I believe showed that to you George when you were in Moscow, ' the UFC Lightweight Champion said. With that win came the middleweight title, cementing his legacy as one of the greatest fighters the UFC has ever seen.

Let's do it in November. Let's do it [at 155 pounds], or I give away [five pounds] to you, cause [you've never done 155]. "Send me location my friend". According to reports, the catalyst for his decision is an inability to book a fight with Nurmagomedov, who now is serving a nine-month suspension for a brawl after his fight with Conor McGregor at UFC 229. St-Pierre would go on to successfully defend his title on 10 occasions with the last coming in November of 2013 with a split-decision victory over Johny Hendricks before officially vacating the belt the following year.

Nurmagomedov remains under suspension until at least July after the Nevada State Athletic Commission gave him a nine-months sentence for his role in initiating the brawl.

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