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03-15-2013, 12:17 AM
Kriss E
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Originally Posted by Alexdaman View Post
I think the UFC in order to stay fresh needs to have a broader home base than just Canada, the USA and Brazil. Like boxing doesn't have a brand itself, it simply is boxing. Mixed martial arts needs to have this status where it's more than just a product.

GSP is often been critical of the way MMA is being sold and the huge lack of respect the fighters have for each other.
That's always been the way of the UFC. Huge hype, always. It's all about marketing and making cash. If it wasn't, then there wouldn't be as many ''The Ultimate Fighter'', and all other fight events. I mean, over an 8year period, it'll be 20 ultimate fighters (including the Brazil Part II).
It's always been more about quantity over quality with the UFC.

Back in the Pride FC days, there were less events, but I found them a lot more entertaining. They were respectful and there wasn't that big american hype.
That's the American culture though. It's all about trash talk and rivalries.

Diaz vs GSP should have happened a while ago.
In any event, GSP wins and can anybody really call anything else than a unanimous decision??

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