Former UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St-Pierre wants to retire UFC Middleweight Champion Michael Bisping.
“I want to be the one that retires him,” St-Pierre told TSN in an interview. “He’s got the most wins (in UFC history). I don’t want him to win again because he beat my record, and I’m the one that had the record before. He’s got one over me. I’m going to beat him and then win another few more. Then I’m 36, so it will be time to retire after a few more.”
St-Pierre is currently preparing to make his return to the UFC. He was originally set to fight Bisping for his title, but the UFC canceled the fight due to St-Pierre not being able to compete until November.
However, Bisping is also suffering from an injury and is not able to compete until the end of the year.
With both fighters still wanting to fight each other at the end of the year, both St-Pierre and Bisping have said they think the fight will happen.
“(The fight) was changing, but I talked to Dana (White) a few days ago,” St-Pierre said. “I tried to convince him that it was a good thing, that if I come back it needs to be a situation where I put a lot of the risk, but I need to have something I can gain from it.
“Big risk, big reward. Fighting Michael Bisping, that’s what it gives me. He said ‘we’ll figure it out. We’ll see what happens.’”