After Khabib dominated Poirier it got me thinking about Khabib vs Tony and I was thinking it would be a shame if we did not get to see them fight for whatever circumstance. And then I thought about Silva vs GSP and I was thinking about how great of a fight that would have been. Anderson Silva and Georges St-Pierre are two of the greatest UFC champions of all time and two of the best fighters to ever compete in MMA. During their reigns as champion, Silva and St-Pierre ran through their respective divisions. It appeared inevitable that these two legends would meet at some point as they were clearing out their divisions. In April 2010, it appeared like we would finally be close to seeing this super fight. Georges St-Pierre had just successfully defended his belt in a decisive decision victory against Dan “The Outlaw” Hardy. Anderson Silva was set to meet Demian Maia at UFC 112, St-Pierre was in attendance to spectate. Silva went on to put on a lackluster performance against Maia, afterwards Dana White refused to place the belt around Silva’s waist and stated that Anderson did not deserve a fight against St-Pierre. Over the next two years Silva and St-Pierre went on to defend their belts multiple times, it appeared as though we would potentially get this matchup at last. As St-Pierre was set to meet Carlos Condit, Dana White discussed potential plans for this super fight. Dana White: Anderson Silva vs. Georges St-Pierre Superfight Likely for Cowboys Stadium https://www.mmafighting.com/ufc/201...a-vs-georges-st-pierre-super-fight-likely-for "I think we're pretty close," said White. "I mean if Georges St-Pierre beats [Carlos] Condit, that could be the next fight." If the match comes about, the most likely venue candidate is Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, TX. "If that fight happens, it will probably happen at Dallas, TX stadium," said White. Ultimately the fight never fell into fruition. Although Georges St-Pierre was victorious against Carlos Condit, his next fight was against Nick Diaz. Anderson Silva would go on to lose to Chris Weidman and St-Pierre went on to hang up his gloves later that year. If Silva vs St-Pierre took place in 2013 with both fighters at the height of their win streaks, with a combined 21 UFC title fight victories at the time, that would have easily been the greatest fight of all time in the history of the UFC.