Alright, so for all of you who haven't heard all the chaos going on in the UFC, Machida bowed out of fighting Jones at UFC 152 and now Vitor Belfort will be facing the light heavyweight champion in the main event. I'm not sure why Sonnen got skipped over, but I've always liked Belfort more. He has always come across as respectful and kind, and is a genuine Christian. The only question is whether or not he has what it takes to defeat Jones. I think that he does. He's definitely the underdog, but if he works hard and fights smart, he'll be able to pull off the upset and take away the title that Jones no longer deserves to have. I will be hoping and praying that David defeats Goliath at UFC 152.
On a side note, I think that Dana White's decision to cancel UFC 151 completely was a bit of an overreaction. I still look up to the UFC's president and am just as upset at Jones as he is. That being said, I still think that the other fighters could have put on good matches without Jones. I'm also curious to know why Jones was even given the option of turning down the match. If I was the UFC's president, I would have told Jones that if he didn't want to fight, I would take away his belt. However, I'm sure that Jones will still feel White's wrath one way or another.
At any rate, I am glad to see that Belfort is getting another title shot. He has already shown himself to be a better man than Jones and I hope that he puts on the exclamation point by proving that he's the better fighter.