UFC Fight Night 124 takes place at the Scottrade Center in St.
Louis on Jan. 14. The event, which does not yet have a headliner,
will likely be televised on Fox Sports 1.
“The Phenom” last appeared at UFC 212 on June 3, when he captured a
unanimous decision victory over Nate
Marquardt. Belfort is 2-3 with one no contest in the Octagon
since 2015. Belfort initially hinted that he was planning on
finishing up his promotional contract at UFC 212 in Rio de Janeiro,
but he changed course following the win over Marquardt.
Hall, meanwhile, halted a three-bout skid with a come-from-behind
technical knockout victory over Krzysztof
Jotko in the second round at UFC Fight Night 116 on Sept. 16.
The 33-year-old “Ultimate Fighter 17” finalist owns notable wins
Mousasi, Chris Leben
Santos in the Octagon.