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Anderson Silva Vs GSP Will The Dream Match Become a Reality

CHICAGO- OCTOBER 25: Anderson Silva talks to fans after he won the Middleweight Title Bout at UFC's Ultimate Fight Night at Allstate Arena on October 25, 2008 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)
Jeremy FosterContributor IJuly 18, 2009

UFC 100 has come and gone and has us all wondering what is next for GSP after a total domination the Thiago Alves. In case you live under a rock GSP won by unanimous decision in a totally one sided fight. Thiago was supose to be GSP toughest fight in the welterweight division and GSP totally destroyed him. GSP next challenger will be the winner of the upcoming fight between Mike Swick and Martin Kampmann. Who ever comes out of that fight in my opinion will not give GSP much of a challenge. Than you look at the middle weight champion Anderson Silva who has cleared everyone in his weight class and is also fighting at light heavy with an upcoming fight against Forrest Griffin. The Griffin vs Sillva fight should be entertaining but I think Anderson will come out of it easily and may also be facing Dan Henderson for the Middle weight championship soon who he has already defeated. Which leaves us thinking when are we going to see GSP vs Sillva. In my opinion I think that this fight will definitely happen this fight would be the biggest fight in the UFC ever and would do record amount of buys on PPV. I think the question is when will this fight happen not if.

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