UFC 152: 'Jones vs Belfort' fight video highlights for the main card

UFC 152: "Jones vs. Belfort" blew through the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, last night (Sat., Sept. 22, 2012) and featured the fourth consecutive successful light heavyweight title defense for Jon Jones, who submitted Vitor Belfort in round four.

The champ got in trouble early but survived and did what he's always done -- win.

Demetrious Johnson made history by becoming the first ever UFC flyweight champion after outlasting a game Joseph Benavidez through five hard fought rounds in the co-main event of the evening. The fight probably wasn't as close as the split decision would indicate but the clear winner now has the 125-pound title around his waist.

Speaking of titles, Michael Bisping badly wants his shot at one and he went about continuing his quest to get it by shutting down Brian Stann over the course of three rounds in their middleweight affair.

Elsewhere on the card, Matt Hamill returned from retirement to smoke Roger Hollett while Cub Swanson earned "Knockout of the Night" by smashing Charles Oliveira's face in.

It was a thrilling night of action and you can catch all the highlights in the video embedded above. Or you can read MMAmania.com's complete round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire card by clicking here. Or both.

Whatever works, Maniacs.

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