Take care of your employees and they will take care of you. It's something many businesses have forgotten, not just the UFC. Instead of brushing off these complaints maybe the UFC should work on addressing them in a constructive manner. Maybe form a commission to see if it's possible to find ways to alleviate some of the burdens newer fighters have when entering the UFC in terms of training costs. If they expect these fighters to be at their best, then they must expect them to train. That costs money, so calculating the cost of the average training camp, plus food, plus normal bills, transportation, taxes ect. could be worked into contracts. It would to take some work and expense to figure out but in the end it's a choice, and the UFC doesn't feel it has to concern itself with struggling lower card fighters. They see them as a dime a dozen and until we see more competition threatening the UFC's bottom line, they are for most part, right.....