MMA’s all-time greats Georges St-Pierre and Anderson Silva could still fight each other.

Most MMA fans are convinced that the world will never see another St-Pierre and Silva as both legendary fighters are considered GOAT. However, in a recent event held in Las Vegas, St-Pierre and Silva teased the crowd by having a face-off.

The two MMA icons squared off in Las Vegas on Saturday to promote a new fitness brand called  Limitless. Even though most of their fans believe that the GSP vs. Silva superfight will never come to fruition, the reaction from the crowd still proved that fans would still like to see them fight inside the octagon.

During their prime, St-Pierre and Silva have been rumored to fight each other several times. Back in 2011, Silva already hinted that he will be pleased to share the octagon with St-Pierre.

“It’s great opportunity for me to fight Georges St-Pierre,” Silva told Joe Rogan during a UFC presser in 2011.

With the way things are going with both Silva and St-Pierre, it appears that there is still a possibility for the said fight to happen, however, maybe not in the UFC.

UFC president Dana White once revealed that “GSP” was looking for “money fights.” White thought it is just right but stated that the UFC doesn’t work like that.

“Georges St-Pierre is looking for one off fights where he can make a lot of money, which it’s smart, that’s what he should do but we’re not interested in that,” White said.

Georges St-Pierre Georges St-Pierre did not rule out fighting either Khabib Nurmagomedov or Conor McGregor. In this picture, St-Pierre of Canada enters the octagon for his UFC middleweight championship bout against Michael Bisping of England during the UFC 217 event at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Nov. 4, 2017. Photo: Mike Stobe/Getty Images

However, UFC’s rival promotion Bellator has had the reputation of signing famous fighters who are kicked out or blocked by UFC. In simpler terms, if St-Pierre will really opt for a money fight, he could tap Bellator to help him out.

St-Pierre has once created a buzz about joining Bellator when he suddenly appeared on a Bellator event. During those times, he and UFC were having contract disputes and some believe that the former UFC star is already negotiating with Bellator.

Meanwhile, Silva’s time with UFC appears to be numbered as the former UFC middleweight champ is on a two-fight losing streak and is no longer ranked in the top-fifteen.  The UFC has been quite known for letting go of fighters who are consistently losing which could possibly lead Silva to Bellator as well.

The most recent signings Bellator has made were Cris Cyborg and Lyoto Machida who were also both former UFC superstars. Bellator has proven that they are capable making special events happen and a St-Pierre vs. Silva will definitely not be an exception.

Anderson Silva Anderson Silva will compete for the first time since February 2017. In this picture, Silva looks on before fighting against Derek Brunson in their middleweight bout during UFC 208 at the Barclays Center in the Brooklyn Borough of New York City, Feb. 11, 2017. Photo: Anthony Geathers/Getty Images