Which has nothing to do with the fight being fixed.
Considering the WEC, they're owned by the UFC, I really couldn't get into the politics of it but on a note other than my personal beliefs of the sport itself, I don't know why Urijah Faber is still in it instead of going for a ufc belt, but then again politics must play into that as well as Carlos Condit and his 3 year reign.
You have just built a Godzilla sized strawman. Your opinion on a sport getting corrupted may be valid.
In any case, I really don't understand why you would turn around on me like that. It reminds me of old over the hill never was high school football dads who take everything about the NFL as a personal offense to them, and since you seem to have done so I would love to see copies of your WEC stock shares. Otherwise, the point I'm trying to have recognized is this; When you love something, you must try to protect it from the things that can corrupt it, not to pretend that it lives in a world which will not ever try to take advantage of it, and not to pretend that it is immune from becoming corrupt. In similar fashion, when you hear someone else who claims to love the same thing you love speak up about problems that might be involved with that same thing you love, it would be more constructive to listen to that person and engage in a meaningful interactive conversation, rather than to ignore that person and pretend as if the opinion they have has no remote possibility of becoming a reality.