With the current way the UFC handles its fighters, how will it ever be able to compete with major sports like football, American football, or basketball? Cutting athletes simply because they're boring is not exactly professional. There is without a doubt that the UFC is a business, but if it ever considers it a sport even a little, it should treat it so. Winning within the rules is still winning, boring or not. The rules of winning a MMA fight doesn't consist of being exciting, or even finishing fights, as long as the fighter has his/her hand raised at the end of the bout, its a victory. If a fighter is laying on you for 25 minutes, it is the other fighter's responsibility then to know how to get back up, defend take downs, and win the fight from there. This posses a major disadvantage to wrestlers, BJJ practitioners, and more styles that are more or less "boring". Dana and Rogan always defend Jones' knee kicks and other questionable tactics inside the cage, their response always is "It's within the rules, so he's allowed to do it". I'm a big fan of GSP, but he's been blanketing over guys since Serra, but he's allowed to do it. It seems like the UFC is having some major double standards. Shame on you, Dana White.