The UFC is trying to stripped their fighters of their individual free will to be who they are even if such free will comes during a time of impulse. A UFC fighter may do something irrational and where the issue is later resolved but the UFC will go as far as to hire independent investigation services which is ridiculous. When you look at boxers, you see different characters which will cross the line of doing something "out of the ordinary" but it will still bring up hype into the sport. Mike Tyson was great at this. His street fight with Mitch Green in Harlem would had resulted in UFC fifghters getting fire. Same with Liddell and Tito Ortiz's involvement in that brawl in England. Today you would see fighters get "investigated" and possibly fire. Fact is these dudes are pro fighters and stuff happens. You have dudes being censored which only strips them of their free will to be who they are. Muhammad Ali was about expressing himself even if very controversial for the time. If he had been in the UFC, they would had put a strangle hold on what he should and should not say. Mike Tyson was also controversial with many of the things he would say, but that was who he was. He was expressing himself without no censorship. When Mayweather fought Dela Hoya, he came out with a Mexican hat. I remember being around Mexicans who were laughing at him. But if that had happened in the UFC, the fighter would had gotten fined and called an "idiot" by Dana White. No free will, censorship and now the whole Reebox thing is really hurthing the sport IMO.