Originally Posted by CtGreat
Pasha, your argument doesn't make any sense. Zuffa bought the company, not only to kill competition, but to also profit from the company as much as possible. If a branch of your business fails, even if you initially bought it to discourage competition, its still a major disappointment that you couldn't turn it around.
Not picking on you, just clearing things up. Zuffa never wanted SF to succeed or make money. They just wanted to crush SF until the FTC started investigating their business tactics. Then they suddenly wanted to 'let SF be its own thing' with their 'support'.
If anyone thinks the gross mismanagement was anything but intentional, they should look into the background a bit more. If they had bought it and dismantled it right away, the FTC would have never closed their investigation. If it fails 'all by itself (lol)', who can be blamed for it closing its doors.