Once you get past the rare instance of two 5 round title fights on one card, you will find what could easily be a co main event on any other pay per view (or for that matter, a main event on any network card).
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has had a rough month.
Jones gets to make his claim at the top spot first on Saturday night when he puts his UFC Light Heavyweight Championship on the line against former Light Heavyweight Champion Vitor Belfot
This weekend, Benavidez will compete in UFC 152’s co-main event to take on Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson, with the winner being crowned as the inaugural 125 pound champion.
UFC president Dana White announced that Lyoto Machida, Jon Jones’ presumed challenger for the September 22 card in Toronto, had in fact chosen to turn down the fight