Dana White Prediction: Rory MacDonald Moves Out of GSP’s House, Fights Him for Title


Georges St PierreDana White is convinced Georges St-Pierre and Rory MacDonald will fight each other, following wins at UFC 167. MacDonald and GSP have always said this will never happen, but watch here as White gives his prediction on the fight that he definitely sees happening.

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