Does anyone think any of the other MMA organazations will challenge the UFC in the future?
Or are they destined to being the UFC's bush league, where the fighters try to navigate their careers to the UFC.
I'm interested in where you guy's honest opinions have the future of the sport.
I think the UFC is clearly the cream of the crop, right now. Ever since the UFC took over Pride and the WEC, people say the WEC is the UFC's bush league. But the WEC only has the lower weight classes. They only share lw, and right now their lw champ could easilly beat the current UFC lw champ.(Benson vs. baby Jwould be sick). So, the bush doesn't really fit in this case. The WEC has some of the best smaller weight class fighters in the world.There are alot of org's out there. Several good ones. But, nowhere insight is anyone ready to challenge the UFC. They have the right people in place behind the scenes, and the right talent in the cage. Currently they are pretty healthy at every wc, except mw, I think they are going to have to hire someone like Shields to challenge Silva,or move him up to lhw. I dont see anyone they have beating him at 185, if anyone can. Dana is a dick, but organizationally as a whole they do a good job. Strikeforce made a run, but seems to keep shooting thomselves in the foot. They have a few more bullets left, but they are out of feet! I think competition is good,but their is an argument for having one big dog and plenty of pups.
What do y'all think????
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