"GSP is going to defend his title against Nick Diaz, Anderson Silva will defend his title this summer, and before the end of this year, we will see a super fight with either GSP and Anderson Silva, or Anderson Silva and Jon Jones," White said. "One of them is coming."
St-Pierre is slated to fight Nick Diaz at UFC 158, and rumor has it that Silva will be fighting Chris Weidman in July.
As for Jon Jones, he's slated to fight Chael Sonnen in April.
After that, it's anyone's guess how the UFC superfight situation pans out.
The situation can get sticky in a hurry if St-Pierre loses to Diaz, or if Silva falls to Weidman. There's also always the chance that Jones will be defeated by Sonnen.
"If we end up doing this super fight with Anderson Silva and GSP, it will be in a big arena somewhere," White said. "It will either be in Vegas, either our here in Los Angeles, it could be in Texas, it could be Canada, or it could be in Brazil."
St-Pierre (23-2 MMA, 17-2 UFC), 31, has won ten consecutive bouts with seven straight title defenses. Jones (17-1 MMA, 11-1 UFC), 25, has won eight straight, and his past five have all come over former UFC champions.
And 37-year-old Silva (33-4 MMA, 16-0 UFC) is in elite territory with 16 consecutive UFC wins and ten straight title defenses.