Found September 04, 2012 on Fox Sports Southwest:
A dream fight in the UFC that has been years in the making could soon be coming to fruition, and we now know where it is planning to be held. Appearing Tuesday on Fuel TV's "UFC Tonight," UFC President Dana White said that if UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre were to defeat Carlos Condit in November at UFC 154, his next opponent could very well be UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva. Ariel Helwani asked White just how close we are to seeing this fight. "I think we are pretty close," White said. "If George St-Pierre beats Condit, that could be the next fight." Rumors began swirling two weeks ago that the UFC could be targeting Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas to hold a major UFC card in early 2013, and White all but confirmed the rumors on Tuesday. "If that fight happens it will probably happen at Dallas," White said. White spoke of the venue as Texas Stadium, which was the old home of the Dallas Cowboys and imploded...
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