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Michael Bisping on Georges St-Pierre fight: 'If he wants to get knocked out, I'm in'

MONTREAL, QC - NOVEMBER 17: Georges St-Pierre (L) fights against Carlos Condit in their welterweight title bout during UFC 154 on November 17, 2012 at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada. (Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

MONTREAL, QC - NOVEMBER 17: Georges St-Pierre (L) fights against Carlos Condit in their welterweight title bout during UFC 154 on November 17, 2012 at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada. (Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

Michael Bisping has implied, strongly, that members of former welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre's team have reached out to his team and started discussions about "Rush" taking on the new middleweight champ in a UFC comeback fight. "The Count" is alright with that idea.

The Brit recently told Gareth Davies that he has a great deal of affection for the retired champion as a fighter, professional and big draw. "I loves Georges St-Pierre," he said.

"He's an incredible fighter. He's a legend of the sport -- the biggest pay-per-view draw that there was for a long time, the consummate professional. Georges is amazing."

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With all that said, Bisping wouldn't mind knocking GSP's block off. "But, if he wants to get knocked out, I'm in," he said, with confidence.

We've already taken a look at this potential dream fight. Both men continue to seem eager for this mega-bout, and we will keep you posted with updates as they become available.