Originally posted on 5thRound.com  |  Last updated 2/22/13
One month ago, UFC President Dana White claimed middleweight king Anderson Silva (Pictured) will fight welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre AND light heavyweight champ Jon Jones at some point after he signs a 10-fight contract extension. During Friday’s UFC 157 fan Q&A session, White took his proclamation a step further by promising “The Spider” will face GSP or Jones in 2013. “GSP is gonna defend his title against Nick Diaz. Anderson Silva will defend his title this summer,” White stated. “And before the end of this year, we will soon see a super-fight with either GSP and Anderson Silva, or Anderson Silva and Jon Jones. “So, one of them is coming.” Of course, the caveat is all three superstars must win their next scraps. St-Pierre is up first. He defends his 170-pound crown against Nick Diaz March 16th at UFC 158. Jones meets Chael Sonnen in the Octagon’s following pay-per-view broadcast, UFC 159 on April 27th. Silva, meanwhile, has been marinating since disposing of Stephan Bonnar
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