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A blockbuster UFC showdown between undefeated champion Nurmagomedov and former reigning welterweight king St-Pierre has been mooted for 2021.
'The Eagle' wants to face 'Rush' in his 30th and final MMA bout with UFC president Dana White open to the super-fight.
And ahead of potentially returning to the famed Octagon, St-Pierre has revealed his remarkable body on Instagram.
"What's your 'warface'??? Here's mine," he wrote accompanied with a picture of himself working out.
The current UFC lightweight title holder left a comment, saying: "Yoooo u are in good form George slow down please!"
St-Pierre, 39, says he's open to coming out of retirement after walking away from the UFC in November 2017.
"I'm still in good shape, not because I have a fight coming up, but because I like to stay that way," he told RDS.
"Having said that, I'm not in fighting form. If I had a fight, I'd have to go to training camp."
He continued: "I just got into the Hall of Fame, I'm retired and I'm fine.
"If the UFC has something to ask of me, an offer to make that I couldn't refuse, they just call me, they know where to find me."
And speaking recently at a press conference in Moscow ahead of UFC 254, Nurmagomedov claims the UFC will negotiate with GSP if he beats Justin Gaethje in October.
"If I beat Gaethje, then in April I could fight St-Pierre," he explained. "(The UFC) told me that they will negotiate with St-Pierre.
"This is a fight between my dreams and my father. Time is ticking, St-Pierre is 40 years old next year, he has to decide whether we will fight or not."
He added: "If I don't fight St-Pierre, I'd fight anyone who beats Dustin Poirier next.
"If (St-Pierre) comes back to the UFC and agrees to fight me, I'm fighting him."
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/RT Sport
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