A few years ago, I was lucky enough to get to go to two UFC events here in Denver. UFC 135 Jones vs Rampage and UFC 150 later. As everyone can probably remember, 135 was one of the most hyped events in the sports history. It was a decidedly "big-budget" affair, even receiving acknowledgement from ESPN in it's pre-fight buildup. Of course, 135 appeared to be a massive sellout from what I could tell. About a year later UFC 150, Edgar vs. Henderson II (the infamously bad decision for Bendo). Also a very good card with a championship fight, but not nearly the kind of pizzazz that 135 possessed. A friend of mine got us the tickets, as he was comped an ENTIRE SECTION OF TICKETS. I found that to be kind of depressing, because just from what you hear out of Dana White, it doesn't sound like the kind of situation that would exactly compel the UFC to hurry back to Denver for another event. Has anyone ever heard any direct comment about this? Because I remember being surprised at how sparse the crowd was for 150 even with the comped tickets. It ended up being kind of full by the time Ceronne fought about two/three fights before Edgar, but it was a definite contrast from the Bones/Rampage fight a year before.