by Robbie Blakeley, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - After a twelve year hiatus the hugely popular Ultimate Fighting Championship (U.F.C.) could finally be heading back to Brazil, as organizers prepare the way for the country to host fights in the coming years.
Brazilian fighters currently hold two U.F.C. titles, and it could soon be three after rising star Junior dos Santos won a Number One Contender match at U.F.C. 117 last week, and he will now get his shot at the heavyweight championship in early . . .