"I definitely want to fight GSP again. I'm biased and I have confidence in myself and I don't think the fight would go anything like that if we fought again. I've got to defend the lightweight title and take on all challenges that make me better but if I get a chance to fight GSP again — even if it was a non-title fight — I'd jump at the opportunity. There will always be people to beat and as the lightweight champion I have to honor that and keep defending the title. But as a businessman you hope it's someone with a big name who can bring a big fan base into the fight. This is a business — it's the entertainment business and the biggest fights that can be put together will only benefit me. I am surprised Georges St. Pierre hasn't tried to push for a fight with Anderson Silva. If I was the welterweight champion I'd try and push myself and see what I could do up at middleweight."
Despite the fact that he's heading into a very dangerous fight with Diego Sachez on Dec. 12, UFC Lightweight Champion BJ Penn is still hoping to get revenge on reigning welterweight kingpin Georges St. Pierre -- as well as other "superfights" before he hangs up the gloves for good. "The Prodigy" will put his 155-pound title on the line once again when he faces the "Nightmare" at UFC 107 from the FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tenn., and if he gets past the former TUF star, expect the GSP chatter to intensify. Anyone interested in a third go-round?