On PPV there are normally five main card fights..... so make each one a championship bout. Five in a row. With nine weight classes currently in the UFC there's no reason they shouldn't be able to do this, especially with the proper planning. So what the hell is the deal? Why haven't we seen it yet? Five title fights equals a maximum potential 125 minutes (if every fight goes to a decision) plus about 10 - 12 minutes between each fight. Time wise, that would be 173 minutes for all the fights (plus 10 minutes for misc). So that's 183 minutes total, worst case scenario. That's barely a tick over 3 hours. UFC could EASILY book a 3 hour time slot for the show. If a few of the fights end in finishes then UFC can fill the remaining time with prelim fights and other MMA-related media. If one of the fights falls out due to injury, have a backup planned, and either make it an interim-title fight (challenger vs challenger) or a new title fight (champion vs replacement challenger). Or call up one of the other champions in a different class to defend their belt. Simple. With 7 other champions on the roster who wouldn't be fighting on this card, there's no worry of a championship drought during the subsequent 3-4 PPVs. At this stage of the game, there's no good reason for UFC not to do a mega card like this. If they hyped it correctly and put it in the right venue (maybe Cowboy's Stadium) it'd possibly be the biggest selling card in UFC history. Probably by a long shot. It may even be able to hit 2 million buys. HW Championship LHW Championship MW Championship WW Championship LW Championship Talk about epic. So why is UFC still too scared to do this?