In an interview with Adam Catterall, the former UFC welterweight champion was told that the boxing match between 'The Golden Boy' and Vitor Belfort was canceled because of De La Hoya's health issues. Georges St-Pierre looked visibly stunned and said:
"No! No! No! That's not true!"
Reacting to rumors that De La Hoya might be replaced by Evander Holyfield, Georges St-Pierre said:
"What?! You're just dropping bombs right now! I didn't know that. You caught me off-guard."
The Canadian superstar also hinted at an appearance in the boxing ring. According to 'Rush,' he remains extremely competitive and still trains in the gym with 'guys that are getting ready to fight.'
Undoubtedly the most successful welterweight of all time, Georges St-Pierre held the record for most wins in title bouts and the second longest combined title streak in UFC history (2,204 days). During his dominant reign, GSP defended his UFC welterweight title nine times.
Watch Georges St-Pierre's full interview with Adam Catterall here:
Georges St-Pierre vs Khabib Nurmagomedov: The mega-fight that never took place
If there was one fight that every MMA fan wanted to see, it would be Georges St-Pierre vs. Khabib Nurmagomedov.
Nurmagomedov has stated that he'd love to fight 'Rush' on numerous occasions. However, the highly anticipated match-up never took to paper. 'The Eagle' was approached by his manager Ali Abdelaziz for a potential bout against GSP. However, Nurmagomedov reportedly declined the offer.
Watch Khabib Nurmagomedov talk about a potential fight with Georges St-Pierre:
Watch what GSP had to say about fighting 'The Eagle':