As some of you may remember, I recently attempted to make a case for why Alistair Overeem vs. Junior Dos Santos had to happen at UFC 146, testosterone-levels be damned. And though that fight didn't quite pan out, we'll instead be treated to an even better fight that evening in Frank Mir vs. Junior Dos Santos (assuming that no other weird shit happens beforehand).
So yeah, the event was a success, yet it only managed to pull in 70,000 more buys that Jones' UFC 140 title defense against Lyoto Machida.
You know, kind of like how Miesha Tate didn't actually get her arm snapped in half by Ronda Rousey, despite all visual evidence to the contrary.
A profile removal can only mean one thing in today's UFC economy: BANISHMENT.
No word yet on a timetable for Belcher's return to competition; let's just hope this isn't a career-ender.
For a card that featured a nearly-severed toe and two technical decisions due to eye-pokes, hearing the voice of Satan during the UFC 159 broadcast fit in perfectly with the "Cursed" theme of the night.
Video and photos here, if you're into that sort of thing.