It Seems Georges St-Pierre Has Officially Ended His MMA Career! Yesterday former middleweight and welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre\u00a0said he\u2019d officially announce his retirement from the world of mixed martial arts (at today's press conference) after failing to come to terms for a super fight against UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov. Khabib Nurmagomedov did his best to delay St-Pierre's retirement, and called for the fight in November. St-Pierre responds to Khabib\u2019s message, stating 'unfortunately it's not up to us.' Despite the French-Canadian respect Nurmagomedov\u2019s idea, the response was far from optimistic. https:\/\/twitter.com\/arielhelwani\/status\/1098292715727536133 \u00a0Just spoke to GSP. He didn\u2019t want to go into too much details. I asked about @TeamKhabib\u2018s message and he said: \u201cI saw what Khabib wrote, and I appreciate it very much. Unfortunately, these decisions aren\u2019t up to us. I will address everything at the press conference tomorrow.\u201d The French-Canadian superstar took part at a press conference inside the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec Canada, where he officially announced the end of his UFC career. https:\/\/twitter.com\/TomTayMMA\/status\/1098608937434271744 \u201cThere\u2019s no tears. I\u2019m very happy to do it,\u201d St-Pierre said in the English portion of his retirement message. \u201cIn combat sports you should retire on top, that\u2019s what I\u2019m going to do. I\u2019m happy I have the discipline to do it.\u201d Georges St-Pierre explained why the fight versus Khabib Nurmagomedov didn\u2019t come to fruition. https:\/\/twitter.com\/TomTayMMA\/status\/1098610970124001280 \u201cKhabib wanted it, I wanted it, but the UFC had other plans.\u201d https:\/\/twitter.com\/TomTayMMA\/status\/1098615480858931200 \u201cPhysically I\u2019m at the top of my game, but the hunger is not the same,\u201d St-Pierre said, explaining that he doesn\u2019t have the motivation to return for multiple fights. \u201cI wish Khabib the best of luck. I think he\u2019s the best fighter right now. I can\u2019t wait to watch his next fight.\u201d Georges St-Pierre spent a lot of time thanking people who helped him get to the top, including managers and coaches. He mentioned the Brazilian submission expert Royce Gracie as a fighter who inspired him, but also thanked his other sports idols - a hockey player Wayne Gretzky and a kickboxer Jean Yves Theriault. Georges St-Pierre (26-2 MMA, 20-2 UFC) was\u00a0the UFC Welterweight title for the longest period of time. He defeated BJ Penn, Nick Diaz, Josh Koscheck, and many other legends. What do you think of Georges St-Pierre's retirement?