Georges St-Pierre has warned Conor McGregor to be ready to make lifestyle changes to stop his “falling stock” from falling.
The former two-weight world champion ended up with a fractured leg at UFC 264 in July after his trilogy fight with Dustin Poirier.
Despite the sickening injury, McGregor expects to be in full MMA training by April, making a summer comeback likely.
It has been over five years since the Irishman was crowned in sport; his second round knockout of Eddie Alvarez at Madison Square Garden at UFC 205 to hoist both light and featherweight belts.
Since that night, McGregor has won just one fight in the Octagon against an aging Donald Cerrone at UFC 246.
Although “The Notorious” had racked up huge sums of money from his fight with Floyd Mayweather and a booming whiskey business, the former welterweight champion “GSP” had a stern warning for the 33-year-old. years.
“Conor McGregor, now his stock is dwindling,” St-Pierre said duringan interview with Sporf.
“He was very high at the start and I’m talking in terms of, not in terms of promotion money, in terms of status and ranking.
“Now he’s going down, his stock is going down.
“There have been a few fights for which it decreases a bit.
“He’s possible he’ll come back, but I don’t think things are going well for him now.
“You have to change part of his lifestyle. “
In the same Twitter Q&A where he revealed he’ll be back on the mats by April, McGregor admitted fights with Kamaru Usman and the trilogy fight with Nate Diaz got him seriously excited.