Call me crazy, but I don't think Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White is convinced former welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre -- who hung up his gloves nearly two years ago -- will be making his way back to mixed martial arts (MMA) in 2016.
I dunno, just a hunch.
"It'd be great if he comes back, yes, I love Georges St-Pierre — amazing athlete — but comeback talk? I laugh at it," White told Los Angeles Times. "To be a world champion, you have to be hungry. You don't do a six-week camp to learn if you have the hunger. You either know it or not. Robbie Lawler knows it, he's hungry, he trains like an animal."
St. Pierre (25-2), known as the "king" of pay-per-view (PPV), surrendered his 170-pound title in late 2013 and remained non-committal on a UFC comeback; however, "Rush" recently set up a temporary training camp to gauge his interest level in a return to fighting.
We'll find out soon enough.