I agree that there are watered down PPV events for the UFC but that is the way you build a brand. You need a means of exposure and money. Imagine if we didnt pony up the money every few weeks for cards. And in all honesty lets go one step further...only huge stacked cards. That would be like maybe 7 PPV's a year. Basically meaning that there would just be the same people recycled and no new talent cause you cant have your big names facing nobodies as that doesnt sell PPV's. However how can that person get exposure without a big stage. I mean Bellator is never gonna get any bigger cause they have the same people getting to the end of their tournaments all the time. The hype around Rampage and Mo and Tito is what made this a big card, but if the UFC did this card it would have been one of the watered down cards for them. So honestly if Rebney feels that this was a stacked card for him then the UFC is justified putting on watered down PPV's
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flesh of my flesh,
and mind of my mind,
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my images reflect in the enemies eye,
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