Anderson Silva and Georges St. Pierre might be fighting in Jerry's World
Welterweight champ St. Pierre's next fight is against Carlos Condit, but if he wins that one, it will be his 10th straight UFC victory, including 7 title defenses.
Middleweight champ Silva is on a 15-match winning streak, including 10 title defenses. He has cleaned out the middleweight division in a way we've never seen from any UFC champion in the history of the organization.
White is hoping for a new record attendance, and wants to facilitate that by holding this fight in Cowboy Stadium, which has a capacity of over 80,000 for football games.
The UFC's attendance record currently stands at 55,724 for UFC 129 in Vancouver. To beat that, they'd have to put in some serious work. Manny Pacquiao's fight against Antonio Margarito in Cowboy Stadium only had 41,734 in attendance, so the UFC would have to top that by quite a bit.
If they do, it will be another huge blow to boxing, since everyone seems to want to compare the two and pretend MMA and boxing can't peacefully co-exist.
To be honest, a superfight between Silva and light heavyweight champion Jon Jones would be a more appealing matchup, particularly since Silva is large for a middleweight.
But still, Silva-GSP should be an amazing matchup. If it happens, will you be watching?