(CagePotato was sent, anonymously, this picture with this not-so-subtle note attached, Dear CagePotato,Ã‚Â This is Yuri Alcantara. Photo via MMAWeekly.) Ã‚Â You might not know this, Potato Nation, but last week it was announced that the already stacked UFC on Fox Sports 1Ã‚Â card picked up anotherÃ‚Â big name in the form of Urijah Faber, the former WEC kingpin and much-beloved UFC bantamweight title challenger. All the major MMA media outlets reported his booking on the August 17th-scheduled card, yet next to no one seemed to be discussing it. You might be asking yourself, How could one of the WEC’s biggest stars (if not the biggest) — a former title challenger, TUF coach, and ambitious entrepreneurÃ‚Â who has his own honorary day in Sacramento — be so unjustly overlooked on such a monumental card? The answer is simple: Nobody,Ã‚Â including Faber himself, has the slightest idea who his opponent is, or why the fight was booked in the first place. We are speaking of Yuri Alcantara, the one-fight WEC and five-fight UFC veteran who, even in light of this fight booking, is all but completely unknown by many of the sports casual fans. Hell, even the diehards would probably have to consult Sherdog before pretending to know who Alcantara is. We’re talking about a guy whose most notorious UFC moment came when his opponent faked an injury at UFC on FX 7Ã‚Â and screwed him out of a victory for crying out loud. So he scores a quick KO over a UFC noob last month and suddenly he’s ready for a fighter of Faber’s caliber? Bitch, meet please.