Finally, after much buildup, a lot of typing and some deliberation (Anderson or GSP for No. 1?), I've made my decision. As you can see, I've picked the UFC welterweight title holder, Georges St. Pierre, as my choice for numero uno on the P4P list.
You can't say he's unworthy. What else does he have to accomplish?
Let's look at his resumé. Dan Hardy, Thiago Alves, BJ Penn, Jon Fitch, Matt Hughes, Matt Serra, Karo Parisyan, Josh Koscheck, Sean Sherk, Frank Trigg, Jason Miller and Jay Hieron have all fallen victim to GSP's MMAwesomeness. Of his two losses—Matt Hughes and Matt Serra—both have been avenged.
GSP is easily the most well-rounded fighter in the sport. He can beat you in a variety of ways. He can grind out a decision, outstrike you or make you tap out. The possibilities are endless. GSP, though, for all his talents, actually formulates game plans that rarely, if ever, fail, and always uses his skills against his opponent's weakness.
To me, it would be interesting for GSP to fight someone as well-rounded as him. Anderson Silva is the only one to me that comes to mind. That will be an interesting fight to look for in the future, and in the meantime, GSP has a date with rival TUF 12 coach Josh Koscheck, set for December 11th in Montreal.