After six long weeks of inactivity, the UFC is back on Pay-Per-View on Saturday night. With our imagination still wondering what could have occurred at UFC 151, it is time to move forward and enjoy a fight card that features two title fights, as well as a potential title eliminator.
In the main event, Jon Jones will defend his light heavyweight championship against former champion Vitor Belfort. Both men earned impressive victories in their most recent bouts. Jones has thrice defended his belt against, with an April victory over Rashad Evans. Belfort is returning to the division after a five-year absence and is currently riding the momentum of two stoppage victories.
Another battle for gold will take place in the evening's co-main event. After winning bouts in the semi-final round of the inaugural flyweight championship tournament, Demetrious Johnson takes on Team Alpha Male's Joseph Benavidez. Who will go down in history as the first UFC champion at 125 pounds?
The middleweight division will also see important action when Michael Bisping meets Brian Stann in a fight that could determine the next contender for Anderson Silva's gold. How will Britain's top fighter do against an American war hero?
Also on the main card, we will see the return of popular Ultimate Fighter alumnus Matt Hamill. With his 36th birthday around the corner, Hamill feels that he has more that he can achieve in the sport. He takes on former Bellator fighter Roger Hollett in a light heavyweight collision.
Featherweights will come together when Cub Swanson and Charles Oliveira show us that the division is full of dangerous combatants who can be exciting no matter where the fight goes.