Sports GSP: 'I don't think' I'll fight at middleweight again

16:08  07 december  2017
16:08  07 december  2017 Source:   theScore

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If you ask his friend and former training partner in Patrick Cote, GSP might not continue fighting at middleweight “ I think he did very very well. Big doubt he fights at 185 again , but he did an amazing job,” Cote “ I don ’ t know. This was the feeling I had when I was (retiring in New York), but we’ ll see.

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UFC middleweight champion Georges St-Pierre said Wednesday he's uncertain whether he'll fight again at 185 pounds to defend his title.

"We'll talk about it, but I'm not sure if I compete I will go back at 185," St-Pierre said to TSN. "I don't think so."

  GSP: 'I don't think' I'll fight at middleweight again © Mike Stobe / Getty Images Sport / Getty

St-Pierre is expected to be sidelined for the foreseeable future due to a bout of colitis, and the UFC is reportedly moving on with the division, with interim champion Robert Whittaker in talks to fight Luke Rockhold at UFC 221.

The Canadian legend came back from a four-year hiatus to beat Michael Bisping to win the belt at UFC 217. However, it was widely speculated that St-Pierre would opt against staying at 185 pounds.

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Coach: GSP walking away from MMA 'a definite possibility' .
Coach: GSP walking away from MMA 'a definite possibility'Speaking with Ariel Helwani on Monday's edition of "The MMA Hour" after St-Pierre was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis and vacated his UFC middleweight title, the fighter's vaunted Brazilian jiu-jitsu coach suggested his return from a four-year layoff at UFC 217 could have marked his final walk to the Octagon. However, Danaher was quick to state St-Pierre's future will likely hinge on his reaction to the treatment for the bowel disease.

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