With Jon Jones (17-1) and Anderson Silva (33-4) fresh off recent victories, many are wondering about a possible superfight between the two. Silva's manager Ed Soares noted that the current middleweight champion hasn't spoken much about the two meeting up in the future.
"We haven't really talked about it too much," said Soares on The MMA Hour. "I think if it needs to happen, it'll happen. We'll cross that bridge when it comes."
Both fighters haven't expressed much interest in fighting the other and with 20 pounds separating the two, a possible double holder of UFC titles is far from a guarantee. Jones has teased a move up to a heavyweight and Silva has expressed interest in a possible Georges St-Pierre (22-2) fight.
Last month, Jones defended his championship successfully and is one win from tying the record of five defenses in the light heavyweight division. The current holder is the now retired Tito Ortiz (16-11-1). Jones is set to coach on The Ultimate Fighter and take on Chael Sonnen (27-12-1) next in April.
Silva returned to action earlier this month as a light heavyweight at UFC 153. He made the weight switch to save the card after the main event and co-main event were scratched within 24 hours. He made quick work of Stephan Bonnar (15-8) with a TKO victory in round one. Silva's next fight remains unclear.
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