I was a for sure buy with Alvarez/Chandler 3, but backed out at the last minute really questioning if it would be worth it. I thought Rampage/Mo would be a weaker version of Rampage/Shad. Which was a horrible fight. Chandler/Alvarez is guaranteed fireworks. Chandler/Brooks didn't have the appeal. After seeing it, I believe it would have been well worth the money. Rainey vs MVP- I have not been on the MVP hype train, but you can count me in to an extent. I still have to see him versus a good to great wrestler but he was dominating vs a solid fighter with potential. His striking was very exciting to watch and Andersonesque. That isn't to say he is the next Anderson. I will pay to see this guy fight. Volkov vs Ivanov- Fairly dominating performance by Volkov, and his reach/height was just too much for the shorter Ivanov. I didn't know who would win this. I see this fight going Volkov's way 8 out of 10 times now. Just a bad match-up for Ivanov. Tito vs Storm- I didn't know what to think of this fight and I still am not sure what to think of it. This fight was vintage for me, and I didn't see a quick, easy submission in the cards. Here is what I do know: Tito isn't back. Storm hurt his legacy some, but not as much as others believe. Size does definitely matter in MMA. Chandler vs Brooks- I thought Chandler would take this. As I thought he would have been better in all area's of MMA. I saw this fight being much like the first two rounds. A fairly boring affair with Chandler winning in five rounds. During the third round a lot of things changed. This fight got very intriguing, and I was on the edge of my seat. I am a big Chandler fan, and thought he won the 1st, 2nd, and 5th. Saying that, I clearly thought Brooks did more damage and was closer to finishing the fight more times. Mo Vs Rampage- I never buy into fight game trash talk, because I often feel it is contrived and fake. I am not sure I still feel that way with these two. I do think most of it is fake, but not all of it. I think Mo wants to be the next Rampage, and he just isn't. I knew Mo would not fight Page on the feet, and would take him down. That is exactly what he did a good portion of the fight. This fight ended up being better than Page/Shad. The end of the fight was way better than Page/Shad. I did think Mo would get the nod on the cards due to take downs. Like the previous fight I thought Page did much more damage and was closer to finishing. Overall it was an enjoyable watch, and I will be more likely to get the next one. My score cards were off on the last two, but in a way I think the right guy won. Conventional fight scoring takes a more control approach, and these judges took a more damage approach. I personally wish fights would be more judged on damage.