Originally Posted by chungt79
When I said Pride events are better overall, I was speaking more about the fights than the fighters themselves.
I found fights in Pride to be much more techinical and even the striking aspect of it was better in Pride. You can clearly tell that talent in Pride is better than UFC.
I wouldn't say unknown fighters make bad fights because that is not true and often times they prove it. But I've seen enough bad fights during the UFC events that in between the first fight and the last two doesnt excite me anymore.
I am not saying I wouldnt watch UFC because I will for sure, but UFC should definitely do something to make the events better. They can create better matchups and bring in better fighters but they just decide not to.
Its like having musicians making one good song for their album and adding 14 "filler" songs that no one would care about. The customers or its fans can get frstrated and feel disrespected. Not all but some of them will.
UFC is hot right now in US but they can't let their guards down. They need to bring in better fighters and have a better fightcard than what they're offering. That's just a one man's opinion
I do agree, I think they need to bring in bigger fighters....but not every fight on the card can be big name guys
this PPV they have Hughes Penn as the main event...the co-main event is louisea Vs swick..how can you not want to see this fight...a former #1 contender VS a rising star
there are your two big fights and then they wil throw 3 more decent or good figths at you...they can't have 5 main event fights on one card...becasue if that were the case then I don't think could have one PPV every month..
-What you see is what you get with Dana," Diamond said. "He's funny, tough, witty, powerful, respectful of the sport. And he eats, sleeps and breaths the UFC. If you cut his arm, I think little octagons would fall out."-