Georges St-Pierre says injury will keep him from UFC Fight Pass Invitational grappling match vs. Nick Diaz

Georges St-Pierre reveals that the plan for him to face Nick Diaz in a submission grappling match at the UFC Fight Pass Invitational has been canceled due to injuries to both fighters. St-Pierre mentions this in an interview with TSN, where he explains that Diaz has a neck injury, while he himself has a shoulder injury and may require surgery. This comes as a disappointment to fans who were looking forward to seeing the rematch between the two fighters, who previously competed against each other in a mixed martial arts match back in 2013.

Georges St-Pierre, a UFC Hall of Famer, has not competed in combat sports since winning the middleweight title from Michael Bisping in 2017. On the other hand, Nick Diaz, a former Strikeforce champion, last fought in September 2021 and suffered a TKO loss to Robbie Lawler. It is uncertain if the GSP vs. Diaz match will be rescheduled for a later date.

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