If, for example, all the UFC belts were on the line in one night, which champion would they choose to headline the card? (I know this will never happen, but I'm just wondering) Let's assume that their opponents are of equal caliber, so that the "depends on the opponent" argument would be irrelevant. Let's also assume that the event is held in a neutral location to remove the "homefield advantage" argument. I just wish to know who you guys think is the biggest market draw among the UFC champs. For me it'd go like this: 1.) Anderson Silva 2.) Cain Velasquez 3.) Jon Jones 4.) Georges St. Pierre 5.) Benson Henderson 6.) Dominick Cruz 7.) Jose Aldo 8.) Demetrious Johnson Anderson will always headline IMO because the UFC consistently bills him as the best fighter ever. Cain would be next because heavyweight champions always get this "baddest man on the planet" thing going, and everyone loves big guys fighting. Jon, I think, is currently more marketable than St. Pierre outside Canada, and the LHW division is historically the most stacked. The lighter weight classes are still gaining recognition, and I have Cruz ahead of Aldo because Aldo is still relatively unknown in some of the major markets.