"[Georges St. Pierre] probably has the toughest fight of his career coming up. Believe me crazy GSP and Canadians fans -- do not overlook Thiago Alves. This guy is mean and nasty. And that's going to be a very hard fight for him. Georges St.Pierre can’t start looking at Anderson Silva until he gets passed Thiago Alves."
-- UFC President Dana White tries to keep welterweight champion, Georges St. Pierre, as well as fans and media, focused on his upcoming title defense against number one contender Thiago Alves at UFC 100 from the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada, on July 11. The camera panned to "Rush" several times throughout the UFC 97: "Redemption" main event this weekend, which prompted the ringside announcers to mention a possible "super fight" against middleweight champion Anderson Silva taking place sometime in the near future. St. Pierre is no stranger to that, defeating lightweight champion BJ Penn via technical knockout earlier this year. And when "The Spider" tipped the scales at a svelte 182 pounds this weekend, the Internet was abuzz with the possibility of another showdown between champions. "The Pitbull," however, might have something to say about that.