Weak card, boring fights. Ofc, nobody can predict the excitement of a fight by looking at the names. But maybe, just maybe, the only two (somewhat) "high" profile fighters also made for the most exciting fight. Anyway, I was shocked by how empty that arena looked. They sold what, 7k tickets?? But no surprise, you cannot make a shit card and expect fans to actually travel there and buy tickets. To grow the sport and recruit new fans it might not matter if they have big names. But for the already-fans who watch their events, if you wanna make them come to the event you have to offer a bit more than two borderline top 10 guys as a main event, two guys who would normally just make the main card as a co main and the rest absolute no names (except Barnatt). The idea that the world outside America is so starved for live events that they would travel to any event no matter who is on, has just been proven wrong. Fans who actually follow the UFC won't travel anywhere and then pay for tickets for an event that you would not even watch on TV on a Saturday night.