Ever since former UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre graced the octagon with his big UFC return after nearly four years away from the sport, fight fans have been eyeing a super-fight between "Rush" and UFC superstar Conor McGregor. Rather, the French Canadian phenom moved up in weight to take on UFC middleweight champion Michal Bisping instead. St-Pierre went on to choke out "The Count" for the middleweight title. But, things have not been going the fighter's way ever since. St-Pierre has since vacated his UFC title. Stricken with colitis, "Rush" is now taking another step back from his MMA career to focus on his health. In the meantime, St-Pierre's coach Firas Zahabi has come forward with his thoughts on the possible next move for the former champion. Speaking to Express Sport, Zahabi revealed that he believes St-Pierre should perhaps throw down with UFC megastar Conor McGregor. "He’s got the touch of death in his hands,” Zahabi said. “So I think him and Georges would be a phenomenal fight. It would probably be the biggest fight in UFC history and MMA history and that record wouldn’t be broken for ten years. So why not do it?" For more MMA news click here.