Jose Aldo against Anthony Pettis super fight in the pipeline

Ultimate Fighting Championship or UFC boss Dana White is a man who listens to his fans, especially about their ideas for a super fight, but one must be prepared for a very blunt evaluation of their skills as a match maker.

During a recent Q & A session, one UFC fan posed a question about a super fight, which has been a matter of debate for quite some time in the promotion. White, for his part, gave his idea about what constitutes a super fight. He pointed out that a clash between Jose Aldo, the UFC Featherweight champion and Anthony Pettis, the UFC Lightweight champion, both of whom have been the top raked fighters in their respective divisions for a long time, qualify to be in a super fight.

A match between Anderson Silva and Georges St. Pierre, both of whom cleaned out their respective divisions would be a huge draw but that doesn’t mean a fight between Rush and Jon Jones or Silva against Jose Aldo would be a very pertinent choice. Jones and Silva would slaughter their opponents, considering the difference in their weight class.

Speaking about a super fight materializing in the near future, White spoke about the UFC’s plans for one but somehow or the other, those fights never materialized. He admitted that if there is one super fight they are considering right now is the one against Jose Aldo and Anthony Pettis.

White mentioned that there is no way he will pit St. Pierre against Jon Jones – Rush weighs in about 170 lbs. while Jones weighs almost 230 lbs. which will be a complete manslaughter for the Canadian and that is not something the UFC fans would want in a super fight.

But the chances of any super fight appear extremely slim at this