Vitor Belfort is happy to run things back with numerous former foes, but there’s one fight in particular he wants.

Rich Franklin, Tito Ortiz and Wanderlei Silva all had memorable matchups with Belfort, the newly minted ONE Championship competitor. But when given those names as potential rematches, the former UFC light heavyweight champion added another to the mix.

“I agree 100 percent,” Belfort told MMA Junkie Radio. “I will add one more, I’ll add Anderson Silva if that would be possible.”

Belfort fought Silva, the former longtime UFC middleweight champion, in 2011, but was on the receiving end of one of the greatest knockouts in UFC history.

“The Phenom” would like another opportunity, but Silva still competes under the UFC banner, so it’s highly unlikely that the fight happens, considering UFC president Dana White has made it clear that he’s not into cross-promoting.

Belfort thinks promoters should get beyond that mentality and make it about matchups the fans want to see.

“I think as you start understanding that whatever we did for the sport, we gotta put the politics behind and hoping that the promoters can be open to do this kind of cross fighting and just give to the fans,” Belfort said. “They deserve it.”

“It’s all about the fans. As a promoter you’re looking for something that guys that pave their way, they deserve to do fights that are going to increase not just the viewership but also the value for the organization but also for the sport.”