Eden Hazard is “too good for Chelsea” and has outgrown the team, according to former England midfielder Jermaine Jenas.
” Two-division UFC champion Georges St-Pierre announced his retirement from mixed martial arts yesterday and went out on his own terms. The 37-year-old says he wants to continue training for the rest of his life but has no desire to fight again following on from his victory over Britain’s Michael Bisping for the middleweight title back in November 2017.
2 George St Pierre is a legend in the octagon and plans to continue training However, he did want to fight Khabib Nurmagomedov. The Russian is still undefeated in MMA with a record of 27-0 and his latest victory was a comprehensive win over Conor McGregor. The Eagle laid out a public offer to GSP the day before the Canadian announced his retirement.
St Pierre said the post from Khabib excited him and he appreciated it, but, ultimately, the UFC did not want to do it. “My agent was talking to the UFC, we tried to organize the fight with Khabib,” St-Pierre said. Continue reading