UFC Welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre has been muttering vague hints that he's considering retirement for a while now. According to a tweet from MMA Nouvell there may be more to it than just muttering:
Firas just told @tvasports that if GSP does not have the motivation after Hendricks fight, he will retire.— MMANOUVELLES (@MMA_NOUVELLES) October 10, 2013
Firas is GSP's head trainer Firas Zahabi of Tristar Gym. GSP is set to face Johny Hendricks at UFC 167 in November.
This is a slight change from what Zahabi was telling the press this spring:
"If he fights Hendricks, I think (GSP) could fight for longer. He could have more fights after that. If he fights Anderson Silva, I could really see that being his last fight. He'll retire after that because there won't be a bigger fight for him to do, I think, anymore in his career."
With Anderson Silva's loss to Chris Weidman the potential super fight has seemingly faded off the horizon, leaving GSP with very little to prove.
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