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Right after Georges St-Pierre dropped out of nowhere in a superhero pose to save MMA, the UFC announced a superfight for the middleweight title with Michael Bisping. However, St-Pierre isn't coming back just to stop there, he wants to cement himself as the greatest of all time. Even though he's older, he feels that he has never been better, something he sees as well in Demian Maia.

"I think he reached the perfect timing between physical and mental in his game. He’s just so good at what he does. He’s like the blade of a katana. I think his blade is very sharp right now, it’s perfectly polished. He’s going to be very hard to stop right now." — Georges St-Pierre on The MMA Hour.

The unfortunate thing is that has long been denied a shot at a title, no matter which fighter he leapt on and tapped out. However, St-Pierre used his praise over Maia as a segue that he may challenge himself against him if he ever did win that welterweight title. If St-Pierre really wants to cement his legacy, becoming the second simultaneous multi-division champion would be a good start in just two fights.

If all this craziness actually happens, why not have GSP as champ champ fight as champ champ at moneyweight division? thinks that's exactly what happens.


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