sigh....once again the "King of Beers" hype machine proves it's dominance in MMA. How can ANY org say prove they have the best fighters when they won't put that reputation on the line against other orgs? It's like a fighter saying he's the best fighter in the world and only fighting guys inside his home state. I know the UFC has nothing to gain business wise by putting their brand's reputation on the line, call me crazy, but I only care about the sport and true competition. I'm sick of these pro wrestling type borders between organizations. I wish there comes a day when MMA is a true sport with no borders between organizations and fights set up to determine who's really the best in the world regardless of organization. I'm not saying there has to be a million titles, but even in boxing their is usually a clearly recognized champion in most divisions. Anyway, I think Alvarez has fought some of the best in the world and I see him destroying UFC fighters the same way he did non-ufc fighters. Those 3 letters on your glove don't mean shit when the cage door closes......
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