Posted On:10/16/2009 8:22am
I write this opinion as a fan, a fighter and a coach. It was sad to see the demise of another big MMA organization. To see Affliction collapse was sad. As a fan I have now lost another opportunity watch MMA. I lost the opportunity to watch fighters that arenít in the UFC. So I am left with less MMA and in my opinion that is disappointing. As a fighter it means one less show that I have the opportunity to fight in. This means one less avenue which allows me to earn a living (and for all other fighters as well). Sadly no one show will be able to give every fighter and opportunity. We need more shows to give the fighters more exposure and more opportunity to fight. As a coach it means one less show for my fighters to compete in. Sadly the demise has left a hole in the sport. Hopefully in time that hole will be filled by another organization. But even still it still means one less place to share my enjoyment of MMA.
The King of Rock Ďn Rumble
Sinosic Perosh Martial Arts
Posted On:10/17/2009 2:00am
More organizations would be nice.....More money for fighters....
Posted On:10/26/2009 8:47pm
Style: Sanda ,Sub Grap,Hapkido
MOre organizations that focus on national talent. As to create national titles in a sense.
Ad Hominem rocks.
Posted On:10/26/2009 9:19pm
Style: BJJ, mma
They need more organizations; they need more organizations that are actually run well!
Throwing out a dozen shitty promotions that fold within a year is NOT good for mma.
Posted On:10/26/2009 11:29pm
Style: BJJ / freestyle wrestling
not to mention, more orgs mean possibly more spreading out of the talent pool in orgs that don't want to cross-promote.
meaning, less fights that should happen, happening, and more good fighters against cans.
Posted On:10/27/2009 6:13am
Style: Internet Warrior, BJJ
yeah we sure lost "the opportunity to watch fighters that aren’t in the UFC"
I mean where else am i going to watch the likes of ben rothwell, dan lauzon, and antonio rogerio nogueira?
Posted On:10/27/2009 6:29am
Style: MMA, Yoga
I enjoy watching fighters who aren't quite at the UFC level yet, more televised promotions means i get to watch these guys. BTW elvis is probably going to be fighting on the UFC110 show -http://www.tapoutlive.com/media/7739...osic_10-22-09/
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