By the time he enters the cage against Diaz, it will have been nearly one year since his last match - a win over Jake Shields at UFC 129 in front of nearly 56,000 fans at Toronto's Rogers Centre. The layoff isn't a concern for St-Pierre, though.
"It's not going to be an issue," he said. "I'm going to be good to go. My workout is more tough than the fight."
St-Pierre knows he's preparing for a well-rounded and highly-motivated fighter in Diaz.
"He's a very good boxer, probably one of the best in mixed martial arts," St-Pierre said. "Also very good jiu-jitsu. But I believe I'm better than him everywhere.
"He's fought very well, but I know I have his number. I will beat him."
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