Georges St-Pierre Targets Khabib Nurmagomedov Vs Conor McGregor Winner! UFC is currently seeking a big promotion in Madison Square Garden in November. Georges St-Pierre could return until the end of this year! At least he told that to Submission Radio in an interview on Monday. GSP sees two possibilities \u2013 Toronto (UFC 231) or New York (UFC 230). Main events are not scheduled yet, and UFC might be looking for a big name. (via MMAFighting.com) \u201cNovember? Yeah,\u201d GSP said when asked about the possibility. \u201cThere\u2019s also Toronto in December. The thing is, what excites me is what can I have to improve my legacy? What can I do to improve my legacy? That\u2019s number one. And also the money. But legacy number one, the money is there.\u201d After his victory over Michael Bisping at UFC 217, Georges St-Pierre vacated the UFC Middleweight belt. He cited ulcerative colitis as a potential reason. Probably he won\u2019t fight at Middleweight division soon. Yet, GSP is interested in dropping the weight to fight Khabib Nurmagomedov Vs Conor McGregor winner. Yet, he is unsure whether UFC will let that happen. \u201cI would be interested in that fight,\u201d GSP said. \u201cThat\u2019s a win-win situation. It\u2019s a legacy upgrade and it\u2019s good money \u2014 it\u2019s gonna be a big fight. Yeah. However, I fought at 170, I relinquished a title. I fought at 185, I relinquished a title. I don\u2019t think UFC will let me fight for the title at 155. They will be afraid I relinquish and I left the division in ruins. \u201cFrom my perspective, it\u2019s a very winning situation. For UFC, it\u2019s a big risk for them. Like I said, I\u2019m older. I know Khabib, I\u2019ve met Khabib many times. Khabib is actually bigger than me. He\u2019s a bigger guy.\u201d Georges St-Pierre says he can drop to 155 pounds. \u201cI think I could make it,\u201d St-Pierre said. \u201cI\u2019ve never tried it, I\u2019m not a fan of big weight cuts, but are they gonna let me do that? I don\u2019t know.\u201d Georges St-Pierre was invited by UFC to fight Nate Diaz, but he declined. Nate is set to fight Dustin Poirier in the co-main event of UFC 230. GSP claimed that there is no way he can ready to fight in September. \u201cNate Diaz\u2019s legacy is not really an improvement for me, because people, they see me as a winner already,\u201d GSP said. \u201cAnd if I win, they will say I look like a bully a little bit, because I beat his older brother. In terms of money, it\u2019s gonna be big money, because Nate Diaz is a big name. I need to find guys that can help me improve legacy. Money as well. I\u2019m at a point in my career now that I only have a few fights left if I decide to come back.\u201d For now, Georges St-Pierre is unsure how many bouts is left under his belt. He made a spectacular comeback after four years of hiatus. But he plans to hang up his gloves in the next three years. \u201cAt 40 years old, I\u2019m done,\u201d GSP said. \u201cFor sure. I\u2019m not gonna fight in a cage at 40 years old. I\u2019m gonna be a grown man, I\u2019m gonna be past that. No matter what happens.\u201d What do you think, who should Georges St-Pierre face next upon his return? Is it going to be until the end of the year?