Vitor Belfort was fully prepared to step into the Octagon for one final time in January.Scheduled to face Uriah Hall in the co-main event of the UFC’s initial event of the year, the bout was scratched the day before the fight, forcing the now 41-year-old veteran to press pause on his plans to move on to the next chapter of his life.“Sometimes in life, it’s like everything is on hold, on pause for something else,” said Belfort, who will now make his final walk to the cage on Saturday night in Rio de Janeiro against Lyoto Machida in the opening bout of this weekend’ … Read the Full Article Here