From a negotiating standpoint, I don’t think I’ve ever seen someone with more leverage against the UFC than right now. -He has the moral high ground. -He bent over as the number one contender to make this flight happen. -The public sentiment is clearly with him. -He’s already the nicest dude ever. -His contract is already way below market value. - No one could blame him if he pulls out, EVEN Dana! And... -The success of an entire event would be riding on his decision, on the DAY of the FIGHT! Is his manager salivating somewhere? This is like a dream come true for some negotiators.