Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Combat Wombatt, Jun 7, 2014.
I think 5 round co-main events would be great. Who is for or against this?
In no world would I have liked to see another 10 minutes of Pearson vs Diego. The 15 we got was more than enough.
Depends on the fighters involved. I don't want to see 2 ppl gassing out because they are co main eventers.
That could happen in a main event.
Depends on the fight. I would like to see Rory vs Woodley as a 5 round fight for sure.
I'll ask you this after the weekend
yes!esp if its title contender fight
I'm always a fan of giving guys more time to finish, I could see it being a problem for many fighters cardio as others have pointed out.
Fights between top 15 fighters should always be 5 rounds IMO.
Yes because a lot of co mains are big fights especially if there is a title on the card. Woodley vs Rory would be a good 5 round fight. It would test their cardio.
I don't even want 5-round main events. That should be reserved for championship fights only. I never liked the change they made a few years ago.
I would like to see it.
I also wouldn't mind if all fights between 2 top ten fighters were 5 rounds since they have major implications as far as title shots.
only if it is either a title contender eliminator or a championship fight
Not only Main Events should be twenty five minutes.
Yeah why not. More fights the better.
Only on ppv cards. On free nights the co main fighters aren't top 10.
I think it would be good. And five round title eliminators.
If the UFC plans to pit a future challenger against a champ in the near future those guys should be fighting in 5 rounders so they can get ready for the champs they face.
I think if it's a title eliminator or significant fight it should be 5 rounds just to do it is a lot of fighting time not just for the fighters but camera crew and fill in fight I don't think it will happen
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