Vitor Belfort has a problem. He is seen as a cheater by many who do not like the rash of testosterone replacement therapy usage that has taken root in the sport. In many ways, he's become the prime target for anti-TRT reformers. While he's always been powerful, it doesn't help his case that he once tested positive for steroids, and that he's experienced a career rebirth at the age of 35. It just lends more attention, and fair or unfair, more suspicion. Recently, Belfort's problem has become the UFC's problem as some of that heat has been redirected the promotion's way after they announced plans to book Belfort in Brazil for the third straight time.