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how to improve a UFC PPV

 

i was watching MMA live the other day and thought why don't the UFC do something like this at the PPV have a panal of experts inside the arena talking about the fights, in Boxing they cut away after each fight and not only talk about the fight that's just happened but they show the highlights (the set up and then the KO) in addition they can give prediction something the commentators cant (they have to stay unbiased at all times) also they build up the main event and also the next PPV. i don't think it would takeaway much time from the show and we wouldn't have the situation with Joe Rogan bitching about the NSAC that would be the job of the panel NOT the commentators!!!!

IMO this would be not only a fantastic job for older fighters to get into as a career after the UFC but also for trainers to talk about tactics and game planes (just look at what a good job Lennox Lewis dose for HBO and Barry McGuigan dose for sky sports) i think of people like Matt Hughes, Renzo Gracie, Randy Couture
and tito, they can do a damn good job for the UFC after they retire from fighting

i just think ALL sports have a few experts talking about what happened, what they did wrong and how they should they go about fixing and holes in the fighters game, why not have a panal of experts at the show talking about the show in the biggest show in MMA?

just a thought what do ya think?



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