Chris Weidman Calls Vitor Belfort a ‘Juice Head,’ Says He Takes Privilege in Beating Him Up
UFC middleweight champion of the world Chris Weidman (above) has wasted little time in setting his sights to his next opponent, Vitor Belfort.
By Christopher Murphy @MurphMMA
If Chris Weidman and Anderson Silva were a high-profile pair of opponents, the UFC middleweight champion and his next opponent, Vitor Belfort, are making out to be nothing to glance over.
Built into the hype for their fight – which has been confirmed, though a date and location is yet undetermined – is the drama over testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), an issue that has seen more and more press over the past year, and that continues to arise each time Belfort fights.
In a recent appearance on “The MMA Hour,” Weidman called out the top contender, saying he would best Belfort regardless of the challenger’s use of TRT.
“I feel like I’m on another level,” said Weidman. “I think it’s a great fight for me. I think I can beat him no matter what he’s on. I actually take more privilege if I’m beating up a juice head. If that’s what you consider him.”
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