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Old 07-12-2010, 12:20 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by KillerShark1985 View Post
like it or not multiple promotions are always going to exist so its best they work together than not, the only cases where it doe snot work is if they are not wiling to work together like in Boxing, where as if you take a look at Football/Soccer for example, few European football fans would argue that The Champions League is the ultimate club football competition and this is a result of all major league across Europe working together, but then lets face it greedy American organisations dont believe in cooperation they just want all the money to be made in the sport for themselves and the good of the sport and what the fans want to see gets left behind and the sick thing is many Americans just see this as the way it is and fail to see that working together is better, but lets be honest Americans are hardly known for working with others, you only seen to understand greed.
I have no idea how European soccer works. So I think your analogy is somewhat lost on me. The best example I see as an analogy is basketball. In the beginning, there were two main orgainizations NBA and ABA like UFC and PRIDE. Just like those two one swallowed up the other and took the best players and ideas implemented them, and got rid of what didn't work. There are still small US organizations that eventually funnel some players into the NBA. Also the European leagues have some great talent, most of which eventually come play in the NBA. I think that is a great model as well.

As far as Americans not working well with others, you're originally talking about an American promotion strikeforce. Like I said I would comment on soccer but don't know anything about it.
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