Originally Posted by Emjay
It's a pretentious statement that implies some odd exclusivity of something that's available for everybody.
That's a pretty specific notion to be effectively implied by a single word, don't you think?
The "our" actually implies that the sport is something that belongs to a community--fans, fighters, promoters, etc.
Is it pretentious for me to say "we need to protect our planet?" No, because something that belongs to everybody can easily be called "ours" when the target audience is anybody and everybody.