Will he or won’t he? Even with TMZ “breaking” a multitude of stories, some maybe true, some maybe not, GSP’s future still remains a complete mystery. All we do know is that GSP seems like he’s done with MMA, and I can’t blame him. He owes nothing to the sport, and the last thing I want to see is GSP getting in the Octagon not wanting to be there. That’s a recipe for disaster.
GSP’s mentor, Kristof Midoux feels the same way. Kristof spoke to Journal de Montreal:
I think Georges will abandon his belt and there will be a world championship without him. The decision is up to him and I expect him to come back from vacation to sit and talk with him.
But he is aware that he needs to rest. It must leave room for anything else in his heart.
I think he made the biggest career in this sport, but if he decides to return, for any reason, I will not be in his corner. I do not want to see him suffer more, having accomplished what all dream to accomplish.
He has another life awaits. I think he has many other things to do, instead of trying to find out who is the strongest in the world, because he has proved that it was him.