I'm not interested in paying for something like this at this point. They put on decent cards, but this is a new age. Why would people buy a ppv to see second rate fighters when they can see first rate fighters for free pretty frequently.
They need to keep building the best product they can and keep it on free tv and hope they can be successful. Stacking cards with their best stars and attempting to sell them as Ppvs is a recipe for complete disaster for both companies at this point.
"He's got big balls. I like that." -Josh Koschek on Frank Trigg's balls.