UFC president Dana White was adamant Saturday night following UFC 154: St-Pierre vs. Condit about making a super-fight between Anderson Silva and Georges St-Pierre happen. GSP returned and defeated Carlos Condit, unifying the UFC welterweight titles.
"I'm going to make the GSP-Silva fight. GSP is sore, he just got hit by a bus, and he hasn't fought in 18 months," said White, during the post-fight show on Fuel TV. "But I'll make this fight. They'll fight and it'll probably be around May. It'll either be in Toronto, Dallas or Brazil."
White has stated much of the same numerous times since Silva made it known that he was also looking to test his skills vs. GSP. St-Pierre, however, was unsure what would be next as far as his own career following the decision victory.
"I don't think it'll be an epic negotiation period," White said. "Both of these guys are under contract. We'll sit down with Anderson probably in the next two weeks, and then we'll sit down with GSP."
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