St-Pierre's next title defense is unlikely to come in his home country, as he's expected to return to Las Vegas for the first time since UFC 100 in 2009, for a tilt against Johny Hendricks.
No date has been set yet for Hendricks vs St-Pierre, but it's unlikely to happen any time soon. Late-2013 is more realistic, as Hendricks injured his hand during his UFC 158 fight against Carlos Condit. As for St-Pierre, he took a beating in a five-round war with Nick Diaz.
"We had two Brazilians headline up here and it was fantastic," White said. "Montreal's a destination. It's a fun city to come to. I don't think anybody comes here and doesn't have a good time, even in the winter. It's cold as hell, but it's still a great place. Great restaurants, great hotels.
"It's time to bring Georges back to Vegas and let him fight someplace else, you know?" White added.
With St-Pierre heading to Las Vegas, it means another heavy round of media for the Canadian legend. And when St-Pierre starts talking, comedic impressions always seem to follow.
St-Pierre's thick accent has been compared by some to a French Kermit the Frog, and some fellow fighters say the standout wrestler doesn't take kindly to impressions because he's overly sensitive.
“I think it hurts his feelings when we do GSP impressions. I try not to do it too much," UFC star Rashad Evans said. "Georges is sensitive. The one thing, he did make fun of himself. When the GSP song came out, he made fun of that, and kept saying “My A technique puts people down!” When that song first came out, we just kept playing it again and again. He said, (slipping into GSP impersonation) “I don’t like this because it makes me sound like a frog, like Kermit the Frog.” He was pissed about it.”
Invicta FC champ Carla Esparza weighed in on the matter on her own personal Twitter handle, following St-Pierre's beatdown of Diaz.
"I love GSP and all, but is it just me, or does he sound like Kermit the Frog??? LOL," Esparza tweeted.