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Vitor Belfort "Reinventing" Himself at Tristar/Zahabi
After capturing a Unanimous Decision Win against Nate Marquardt at UFC 212, "The Phenom" Vitor Belfort (26-13) announced that he will be fighting 5 more times before his retirement under Tristar's Montreal Head Coach Firas Zahabi.

The Phenom is 40 years old of age, and clearly needs lots of motivation and a fresh start in his life. After his fight he stated "Something stirred in me, so I love to train again, I love to fight again” Belfort added. “That’s something that’s been away from me for my last three fights, to tell you the truth. I was burned out." 

UFC 212 marked the debut of Belfort under his new coach that for sure delivered result, as he stated it was a valuable and critical shift in his career to fight under Tristar Gym and to be trained by one of the best coaches in the world Firas Zahabi as he's looking forward to put his Octagon defeats behind him, and fight under a new mind set and better motivation.

Would Tristar's most famous coach Firas Zahabi find the right string to drive "The Phenom" to deliver his best performance in his upcoming fights? We'll find out soon enough!