George St-Pierre’s ex-manager says a super-fight with Conor McGregor is a possibility

January 10, 2016

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George St-Pierre’s ex-manager says a super-fight with Conor McGregor is a possibility



Everyone in the MMA world is wondering if one of MMA’s greatest athletes will step back into the Octagon for at least one more fight.

Former UFC welterweight kingpin Georges St-Pierre walked away from competition after he survived a five-round war with Johny Hendricks at UFC 167 back in November of 2013.

According to St-Pierre’s first manager Stephane Patry, he thinks there is potential for a meeting between the two big faces of MMA:

“Georges St. Pierre said openly that he could easily get down to 155 pounds to fight. and it is a fact that several fighters who fight at 155 pounds are bigger and walk around heavier than St-Pierre. So if McGregor becomes champion of 145 and 155 pounds, and St-Pierre takes the time to get his weight down in a healthy and intelligent way, do you not think that the UFC would not want to put on the biggest fight in its history?”

Indeed this would be the biggest fight in MMA history. The only question remains, will “ring-rust” play a part in this epic fairy tale bout? Time will tell, and I guess we will have to wait and find out!

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