Originally Posted by trustkill
That's assuming GSP gets past Condit. I don't think Anderson's being generous to Georges here--he thinks he could beat Georges tomorrow, so why wait a year. He's pre-positioning himself not to fight any legit middleweight contenders, and of course he would change his mind if GSP accepted, which isn't likely. Dude's a real player.
I think the fight has already been agreed to and instead of looking classless and walking in after a GSP victory and challenging him GSP is going to challenge Anderson. It is in Montreal afterall.
If GSP loses then I don't know what will happen. Maybe it gets scrapped and GSP fights Diaz next.