Jorge Masvidal Wants To 'Resurrect' Georges St-Pierre And 'F*****g Break His Face'
BMF champ Jorge Masvidal has called on UFC legend Georges St-Pierre to make a stunning U-turn on his retirement so he can "f*cking break his face."
'GSP,' 38, announced his retirement from MMA in 2019 and has been heavily linked with a potential return fight with Khabib Nurmagomedov.
And Masvidal, 35, has admitted that he would be keen for the Canadian star to return and he would "give him everything I got."
The UFC star told Submission Radio: "Well, they've said this about me, that I resurrect fighters and then I retire them again.
"So, I wouldn't mind if 'GSP' jumped on that campaign. In all honesty, as a competitor, I want to f*****g break his face.
"I want to go out there and give him everything I got. But I respect the time what he's done."
Despite calling out 'GSP' for a mega-fight, Masvidal said that he has nothing but pure admiration for 'Rush.'
"He took I don't know how many years off, came back, beat [Michael] Bisping for the legitimate middleweight title," he explained.
"Dude's a stud. He's a f*****g animal, bro. I would put everything into my being, into my soul, to end this individual, because he's that good."
Masvidal last fought in the octagon against Nate Diaz at UFC 244 in November 2019 and secured a third-round TKO victory via doctor stoppage.
'Gamebred' has been linked with mega-showdowns in 2020 against the likes of UFC welterweight champ Kamaru Usman and Conor McGregor.
But Masvidal believes that the Irish UFC superstar, who makes his comeback against Donald Cerrone next week, won't fight him.
"I don't know if Conor wins it means that he fights me," he said.
"I really don't know that. I don't think so. From watching interviews, hearing things, I don't think so.
"I think buddy goes a different path. Maybe I'm just looking into the future, but I don't think so.
"I think I'm gonna end up making owl soup at some point this year."
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