Originally Posted by KevoOnTheRadio
Sounds like he's chasing paper instead of titles.
Which is good,but only in the short term. The UFC weighs risk vs. reward when signing a new fighter. If you bring PPV numbers in then your going to get a better contract, if your unknown you cant expect a big starting contract. Have faith in your abilities and know that your going to win fights and raise your own stock. Bibiano is unknown to most MMA fans, so I don't know what he could of been expecting in terms of a contract.