It looks like UFC fans may have a new superfight to look forward to.
UFC president Dana White stated that not only is an Anderson Silva (32-4 MMA, 15-0 UFC) vs. Georges St-Pierre (22-2 MMA, 16-2 UFC) bout looking more and more likely if "GSP" can defeat Carlos Condit, but that Silva vs. Jon Jones (16-1 MMA, 10-1 UFC) could very well happen, too.
That tells me it probably will.
White explained his thinking.
"As you start to get to a point where Anderson is in his career -- he's beat everybody, he's broken every record in UFC history -- if he wins against Georges St-Pierre, I guarantee you he'll be eyeballing Jon Jones next," White said.
Although both fighters have expressed a lack of interest in making it happen, White believes they eventually will change their minds.
"Anderson and Jones are saying, 'Hey, we're buddies,' or 'We don't want to fight' or whatever the deal is," White said. "But [Jones] didn't want to fight Rashad either, and that happened."
Would you like to see Jones face Silva in the octagon? I wonder who would win.
via USA Today