No, you're incorrect. Spots give fans en masse what they want, and fans can only speak their minds through choosing to consume, or not consume. You specifically don't matter, the majority does. If a significant quantity of MMA fans decided they weren't going to watch MMA for whatever reason, that's what makes change - not your complaining. And your comparison here holds no merit. You switched to using the comparison of the NFL (which holds no analogous relationship to Bisping as an individual fighter). Of COURSE the UFC owes something to the fans, the FIGHTER does not. The UFC owes making the best fights that the most people will want to watch, the fighter owes himself picking what's best for him, and the promoter will have to hope their priorities overlap to give the fans a product. Much like your NFL analogy, the UFC is trying to make the best viewing experience. But an NFL coach who puts it in his best interest to do whatever he needs to fulfill getting to the Superbowl has no obligation to run and gun or throw 50 passes just because it's more fun, and a player has no obligation to run into the biggest lineman rather than shooting the A gap because people like to see hits. If you don't like a team in the NFL, you can choose not to watch them. If you don't like a fighter, you can choose not to watch them. And if you and others who are so up in arms actually did that, and it was a majority of significant maybe the UFC would get the message.