This is exactly why the sport is dying

Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by KevinLee, Feb 8, 2020.

  1. KevinLee ✮ ✮ RICH KING LIVING IN JEI'S HEAD✮ ✮

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    People pay 60 dollars to watch Cerrone and McGregor blood bath and Donald folds like a lawn chair without landing a punch in 10 seconds. And corrupt blind judges ruining fights without repercussion. How was that fight 49-46? Was the judge watching a different fight? These judges need to be held accountable by being fired
     
  2. nomenclature Banned Banned

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    The sport isn't dying from a business standpoint

    It's just closing the gap with WWE
     
  3. Chivas GDL Brown Belt

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    If it dies for short fights and long fights it seems like it's gonna die anyway
     
  4. IvanDrago2.0 Green Belt

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    Lmao shut up you ignorant fool . The Ufc is still making a killing $$$$ .. this is jones vs Gus 1 all over again where a fighter did better than expected but clearly lost and all of the idiots come out crying robbery
     
  5. Linelo Black Belt

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    We're not relevant.

    Most people here arguing over that decision didn't buy that weak card.
     
  6. KevinLee ✮ ✮ RICH KING LIVING IN JEI'S HEAD✮ ✮

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    Dana white is that you?
     
  7. poor form Banned Banned

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    The sport isn’t dying, but this crap is killing my interest in it. I need legitimacy in the sports I watch. WWE isn’t my thing.
     
  8. DivineMind Brown Belt

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    Honestly, if you look at sig strikes in Round 3 it was close. Didn't Jon land a TD in that round? Easy to see how he won it in that case with 3,4, and 5.

    And plus:

    DON'T LET A FIGHT AGAINST A CHAMP GO TO DECISION IF YOU WANNA WIN
     

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