Okay, so I looked at the PPVs in the last 2 years, ie from May 2016. Taking UFC 198 as a starting point, I started to look at the PPV cards for each PPV, and tried to judge whether it was a 'strong card on paper'. in my humble opinion, the following PPV cards were an 8 or above on paper for me: UFC 198 UFC 199 UFC 200 UFC 202 UFC 205 UFC 207 UFC 211 UFC 214 UFC 217 UFC 218 UFC 220 UFC 223 (before the tripping and the dolly was a 10, but even after that I personally was still really looking forward to the card) That's 12 great PPV cards in 2 years, and that's not even counting the cards that were initially supposed to be amazing, but fell through because of injuries etc. like UFC 206, UFC 209 etc. Ofcourse we might disagree on 2-3 PPVs that I mentioned, but more or less the list would probably be the same for most fans. Also, the coming 3 PPV seem to be some of the best on paper - UFC 225, UFC 226 and UFC 227 (if the rumored card is true). I don't know about you guys, but I love the quality of cards that we get. Fight nights generally feature up and coming talent to give them more exposure, PPV are generally great and Fox cards are a mix of the two. For me, its a good time to be an MMA fan, and has been for a few years. I really don't get the bitching about the PPVs. Opinions?