"I'll be in San Jose for UFC 139 and I'm fighting Vitor Belfort. I'm very excited and honored to be a part of the UFC. I want to thank Dana White and Lorenzo Fertitta for the opportunity and I'm going to fight my heart out. What Vitor says doesn't bother me. He can talk all he wants. We'll take care of business on November 19. Let him talk. I don't like to talk so he can do all the talking. I'll let him have that job and we will work it out in San Jose. Vitor is very dangerous, but I'm very dangerous too. We have two dangerous guys in the ring and we are going to see which one of us is more dangerous."
-- When the UFC decided to move the Cain Velasquez vs. Junior dos Santos heavyweight championship bout to its network TV debut on Nov. 12 at UFC on FOX, it left a gaping hole in the UFC 139 fight card taking place just one week later on Nov. 19 in San Jose, California. The powers that be decided to fill the vacant main event slot by signing flashy 39-year-old kickboxer Cung Le and placing him in the headlining slot opposite the speedy hands of Vitor Belfort. Sound like a mismatch? Pundits and fans alike have panned the decision to square these two off but Le believes (via Heavy) he's dangerous no different than "The Phenom." Is he even more dangerous? That remains to be seen but we'll find out for sure when the two locks horns inside the Octagon at the HP Pavilion later this year. Who are you betting on, Maniacs? And is this a main event fight that will convince you to buy the pay-per-view?