...you switch back from Bellator, which had a technical matchup in a reasonable sized space with beautiful production, to a match in a converted warehouse with two guys who are head-and-shoulders above an octagon that's a few times bigger than a phone booth. Is this not supposed to be the premiere promotion? Is this not supposed to be the promotion that proves to mainstreamers that MMA is more than two guys killing each other in a cage? If so, then they're not doing a very good job of it. Here's my message to the UFC: stop playing to the 'Just Bleed' fans... they're an embarrassment to the sport.