People on this forum helpfully point out how each upcoming card sucks, so that the unwary fan is not lured into enjoying himself while watching. I, for one, might have had fun watching the thoroughly entertaining UFC 247, but I knew better, having been notified by Sherdog that the card I was watching was not a good one. My question is, are the so called bad cards simply the result of the number of cards per year, and the size of the roster needed to put on that many shows, resulting in a determined percentage of fights being between unranked fighters? If you have 40 events a year 12 fights per event 2 fighters per fight 3 fights per year per fighter then you need something like 330 fighter on the roster. Add more to make up for less-active guys and guys entering and leaving the sport, and you have today’s 500-ish fighter roster. So if you do the math, there are only so many ranked vs. ranked fights to spread around, and the rest are going to be whodafucs. Are you guys really saying you want there to be less MMA to watch? Are you really saying you prefer watching fights of questionable legitimacy between two ranked guys over a (midget) banger like Martinez vs. Ewell?