Which manager would you hire?

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  1. [email protected] Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    If you were a UFC fighter?
     
  2. Brock Tober Brown Belt

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    Jim Cornette, but only because Bobby Heenan died.
    Elizabeth from the late 1980s is worth mentioning, especially the Elizabeth who took off her skirt in the ring.
    Also, Eddie Creatchman...he did wonders for the Sheik.
     
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    Ali Abdelaziz. Because whatever his behavior may be, he gets shit done for his fighters
     
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    Not that leech Ali, i know that much
     
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    Paul Heyman. I’m not a fan of Brock, but Hdyman or whoever his manager is, has taken raw potential, made a superstar, and kept him paid and out of trouble despite numerous setbacks that would have derailed most careers.
     
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    Probably Artem's manager, must be a great salesman
     
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    If I were a low level UFC fighter getting a manager would be throwing money away. Everyone gets paid the same shitty contract until they make a name for themselves.

    Show me a manager who has made a difference to the salary of a mediocre to average fighter in the UFC. They are worthless unless you have the name to demand a higher pay scale.
     
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