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Vitor Belfort wasted no time in trying to set up his next match by using his post-fight interview at UFC on FX 7 in Sao Paulo, Brazil to call Chael Sonnen a "clown" and ask for a rematch with Jon Jones — the light heavyweight champion. "Kick him out," Belfort said of Sonnen right after stopping Michael Bisping in the second round Saturday.  "Let me fight Jon Jones. I need that rematch. get that clown away." Sonnen, who was an analyst on Fuel TV's post-game show immediately shot back. "You've been telling the world that you want to meet Jesus," he said.  "I would gladly arrange that travel, but first I'm gonna get rid of Jon Jones. But you are next ... Let me be clear, Vitor — I accept.  Don't make any mistake about it." Sonnen and Jones will meet April 27 in Newark for the title — setting up a possible light heavyweight fight against Jones or maybe a middleweight bout with Sonnen. Either way — pretty interesting.
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