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Georges St-Pierre’s Head Trainer Says Champ May Retire After UFC 167

According to the head trainer of UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre, he might be done fighting at any moment.  First, he must deal with Johny Hendricks at the 20th anniversary show for the UFC.

Firas Zahabi informed TVA Sports that “If GSP does not have the motivation after [the] Hendricks fight, he will retire.”

St-Pierre is the longest reigning welterweight champ in UFC history. He’s held the belt twice and has been champion for over five years now. He holds a record eight welterweight title defenses.

Hendricks campaigned for close to a year before getting the title shot.  He has shown the skill to finish fights in the first round and last took a decision over former interim champion Carlos Condit.

The title headlines UFC 167 on November 16. It comes from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV.