This is just a quick thought I had after watching the Sengoku: Soul of Fight event on YouTube. I absolutely loved it. The huge number of spectacular finishes was a relief from what feels like decision-heavy UFC cards. These are the type of fights that the causal viewer would love. Which brings me to my point; would increased exposure, especially throughout the US, of Japanese events like Sengoku hurt the sport of MMA in general? I know for one, Dana White would be pissed the f**k off. I think we all subconsciously know that Dana White's goal is UFC global domination, andsomething like this would cause him to try take over Japanese MMA like he did with PRIDE. PRIDE was the UFC'sgreatest competitor back in its day, and Dana White bought it out. I for one don't think I would like that UFC world empire, and they're not ready for something like that. Post what you think down below, or just let me know if I'm crazy for imagining these things.