The return of former UFC welterweight kingpin Georges St. Pierre certainly changes the landscape of things as it sits now. GSP has been gone for quite sometime and although it looked like he was all out of challengers when he left, there’s a new crop that’s stepped up and are very eager to welcome him back.
UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping has been saying a fight with Georges is very possible, and he seems to be the one who’s asking for him the most but there are a few possibilities for GSP, one of which could be Conor McGregor. UFC President Dana White told the L.A. Times that Georges said he can make 155lbs, a division currently ruled by McGregor. If the UFC is truly looking for the biggest fights possible, then a GSP vs. Conor McGregor fight at 155lbs would certainly fit the bill.
Check out what White told the L.A. Times about the returning St. Pierre.
“It could be the winner [of the March 4 welterweight title fight] between Tyron Woodley and Stephen ‘Wonderboy’ Thompson, or it could be [middleweight champion] Michael Bisping,” White said. “Georges has also talked about fighting at 155 pounds [lightweight]. He says he can make the weight.