What would you do if the UFC ended?

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  1. BoD 2.0

    BoD 2.0 Brown Belt

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  2. whaleshark

    whaleshark 6 Months Cancer Free Bitches

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    I’d call Dana a goof, then Watch UFC reruns and reminisce with my sherbros while indulging in copious amounts of cannabis
     
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    Same thing I did yesterday, same thing I do tomorrow by watching extended library of past events and fights. Life goes on...
     
  4. Darkgsp

    Darkgsp Then she wanna ask when it got so empty

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    Steps if that did happen:
    1) Become a Bellator bro
    2) Not do step 1
    3) continue with life
     
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    Rejoice that all their best fighters go to Bellator to prove themselves.

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    Buff Trash Belt Degenerate

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    RIP Andy Hug... I wish more people would throw strikes like his tornado heel kick to the thigh. Dude was straight efficient...

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    Crazy how many times those guys get KO'd, Karate and Kickboxing guys.
     
  7. Buff

    Buff Trash Belt Degenerate

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    And that's why you're my bro.
     
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    andmcq Green Belt

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    I would armbar the fuck outta everything
     
  9. Shogun Sakuraba

    Shogun Sakuraba Green Belt

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    I don't know, but the threads on sherdog would be hilarious for sure.
     
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    EnterTheNinja Blue Belt

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    Son Peyote ★★★★★★★★

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    The UFC ushered in a golden age for combat sports.

    They've elevated themselves & all their competition.

    It's strange how dorks who post on fighting msg boards root for their decline.

    After Dana retires, Conor promoting the UFC seems like a natural fit

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    Pride consistently had more bizarre "freak show" fights than the UFC ever has
     
  13. laleggenda27

    laleggenda27 Brown Belt

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    Just go on with my life, I reckon. People need to get out of their parent's basements and gain some perspective.
     
  14. blitzk

    blitzk Red Belt

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    Honestly, I'd be pretty bummed out.
    I know that most fighters would end up at Bellator and of course, I'd watch that. But no more UFC? shit, man. That'd be pretty fucking depressing.
     
  15. pick999

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    ufc is already over
     
  16. Rampage_Jackson

    Rampage_Jackson Black Belt

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    I view the UFC similar to how I view the NFL. I love the sport of football, don't love the league and the goons running it. Same for MMA. I love MMA. I'm pretty neutral on the UFC.
     
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    Hug could do anything he wanted in the ring at times.
     
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  18. Buff

    Buff Trash Belt Degenerate

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    It's funny how erratic some of those guys were... Dekker, Hug, Hoost, LeBanner - they all have some really strange losses on their records, and yet they could pull shit out of their ass that would make a Bruce Lee Jesus cry.

    Sometimes I wonder if his type of style would translate well, but it was his speed and strike selection that made him so special on his good days - axe kicks from point blank distane and so when most people would go for a straight punch or uppercut. Majestic. He could always throw the one thing they weren't expecting.

    RIP. It can't be overstated how much of a tragedy it was that he was taken in his prime.
     
  19. JOLLYjoe

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    You're not an mma fan though, just a fan of the letters UFC.
     
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    Who cares it is an illusion.
     

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