Sometimes, somethings looks pretty shady if you pay attention. But what's the truth ? We all know that the UFC like four types of guys : -Who sell high on PPV -Who's performance is entertaining -Who save the card by signing in short notice -Who take big risk by never refusing a fight But, often fighters wont, or just can't submit to these criteria for whatever reason. So here are my question : How much leverage the UFC have on it's fighter ? What could happen to a figher if he sign with another organization while being in contract ? How can a fighter break his contract, is it easy ? Is the UFC taking care of it's fighter ? Who could make a fighter union ? Are fighter live a little bit controlled by the UFC ? Big star who sell on PPV have more privilege ? Can the UFC force a fighter to resign ? Do the UFC respect it's contract ? I've got interesting stuff to read : https://www.forbes.com/sites/paulgi...-of-their-expiring-contracts/?sh=463f470c7ef0 https://sports.yahoo.com/dana-white-escalates-feud-oscar-de-la-hoya-hes-liar-phony-043645478.html What's your point on that matter ?