NEW YORK – For a few moments on Saturday night in Madison Square Garden it was 2013 all over again, as two-time welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre returned from a nearly four-year layoff to submit Michael Bisping in the third round, take the UFC middleweight title and become only the fourth fighter in the promotion’s history to hold titles in two weight classes.“It’s my dream come true,” said St-Pierre, 36, who took a hiatus from the sport after his November 2013 win over Johny Hendricks. Tonight’s victory, his 13th in a row, puts him alongside Conor … Read the Full Article Here