Although Anderson Silva won’t be retiring in the near NEAR future, Dana White is already thinking ahead.

After healing his shoulder, Silva will go on to face the winner of Chael Sonnen vs. Mark Munoz in 2012. But Dana is hoping after a few more fights, that Anderson will go into retirement after a super-fight against current welterweight champ Georges St. Pierre or light heavyweight champ Jon Jones.

“He’s probably the greatest fighter in history. He hasn’t lost and has been champion since 2006. I think he has two more title defenses and I do not know what he’ll do next or if he will retire,” said White. “He could end his career with a super fight against Jon Jones or Georges St. Pierre. He could end his career like that – fight in a different weight class. I would be happy with that. Then he could take a boat and sail into the sunset.”