Vitor Belfort plans to retire after fighting Uriah Hall on Sunday
After a career that has spanned over 20 years, Vitor Belfort announced yesterday he plans on retiring following his UFC Fight Night 124 co-main event fight against Uriah Hall on Sunday. Belfort debuted in the UFC at UFC 12 in 1997, winning a heavyweight tournament in just two minutes of fight time.
He had spoken of retiring in the lead-up to his last fight against Nate Marquardt, so perhaps if he defeats Hall, “The Phenom” may reconsider again. Belfort turned 40 years old last year and is a former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion. He also challenged for the middleweight title in his career.
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