I’m still bummed UFC 151 didn’t happen. At some point next year, I’m going to use that same sentence to start an article and it’ll resurrect the same emotions you’re feeling right now. All of us are ‘carrying the cross’ for Jon Jones not stepping up to accept a last minute fight with Chael Sonnen and while Dana White has used that metaphorical cross to verbally crucify his light heavyweight champion, it seems like he has finally calmed down and decided to distribute his anger evenly between Jon Jones and Dan Henderson. Judging by the Twittersphere, the countless blog posts and editorial pieces around the internet, perhaps the rest of the world is starting to understand why Jon Jones isn’t entirely to blame for the collapse of UFC 151. I’m not sure how I feel anymore, but if Dana White’s most recent interview with Ariel Helwani for FuelTV is any indication, expect Jon Jones tweets to include references about ‘walking on water’ in the next few weeks as he now prepares to fight Vitor Belfort at UFC 152 (the new UFC 151?) in Toronto. Both of them are huge fans of Jesus, so it’ll be interesting to see which UFC fighter God favors on September 22.