"Wow! That's all I got to say. Vitor at 185 pounds. I don't know. I see him beating the, uh, what was it, Anderson Silva. I see him picking him apart because you have two great boxers, and, man, that was amazing. That was the old Vitor Belfort that we all want to see. Him at 131 years old. He's back for vengeance."
-- Former UFC light heavyweight champion and current Affliction MMA color commentator, Tito Ortiz, makes the case for Vitor Belfort taking on UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva. The remarks were made after "The Phenom" pulverized Matt Lindland -- widely regarded as a top-ranked middleweight in the world -- with a brutal first round blitzkrieg, landing six of seven strikes en route to a scary-looking knockout. It was the second impressive win for the former 205-pound fighter since making the drop to middleweight. Terry Martin was the other victim back at "Banned" in July 2008. Let's just hope if it ever does happen it comes before Belfort's 132nd birthday. Poor Tito. This was just after he started singing, "Good night sweet dog because it's time to go." Yikes.