Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Iron-Fists, Jan 14, 2015.
Dana has spoken!
Pettis vs Aldo would be the biggest fight of the year is the correct response.
If that's all they have this year, I'm not impressed.
Aldo vs Pettis would be bigger.
Jones vs Cormier was bigger than either of those.
And Anderson vs Diaz will probably be bigger than that.
PPV numbers, forum buzz, ticket sales, idk what metric we use, but that is just typical Danaperbole
Just keep saying it Dana maybe it will become true
No, not it would not. No fight involving Aldo would be and you're on crack if you think otherwise.
Depending on the performance of the winner, Jones vs. Gustafsson/Johnson will be the biggest fight of the year, barring a GSP comeback.
Dana is trying to bail on his established fighters because they are on a decline in revenue and push someone new
Dana is the biggest delusional **** in combat sports history.
Everyone is entitled to their own opinion though.
dana gonna dana
Not a Conor fan but this is very possible.
Just like Ronda he has alot of casuals as fans. Die hards buy anyway, casuals drive the sales variable.
Only if conor whatever his name is, wins.
pettis aldo would be bigger
but i cant imagine how euphoric the crown will be if mcgregor-aldo takes place in a football stadium, would love to be there
It wont be the biggest selling fight but I'd buy that card in a second.
Aldo vs McGregor could make better numbers than Jones vs Cormier. I don`t know about Silva vs Diaz, but it`s not exactly fair since Anderson has been a top star since 2006, and he is the most exciting fighter ever.
That aside, I believe Aldo vs McGregor could be huge in terms of PPV, much more than Jones vs Cormier, and Aldo vs Pettis would be the biggest fight period (of the year).
NOPE, McGregor vs Pettis WILL be the biggest fight of the year once Conor is done whooping Aldo, Pettis is done whooping RDA, and Pettis recovers from some inevitable injury.
promoters gon promote
Aldo vs McGregor doesn't break 500k.
What makes you say that? The only people who watch the video blogs and his Q & A's and all his silly shit are hardcores.
Can the McGregor hyping be anymore obvious?