Now that UFC is on ESPN, one has to wonder, was getting rid of Goldie a calculated move by WME to present a more professional image? Were Goldie's days limited ever since ownership changed hands? As much as I love Goldie, it's hard for me to imagine him doing commentary on a platform like ESPN. We all remember what happened on his first NFL gig. Is Anik a more valuable commodity to the UFC than we had previously imagined? On the eve of UFC's debut on the ESPN platform, we pay tribute to a fallen warrior. We still miss you.