I swear the UFC must pay people to troll the net and try to discredit everything that happens in a SF event, even when the event was very entertaining and involved very high level competition, they say's its full of UFC ex-rejects but the only ex-UFC fighter I see there holding a belt right now is Nick Diaz who was still maturing as a fighter when he last fought in the UFC and is now coming to the point in his career where he is reaching his full potential and at 27 years of age we could see the best of his career still to come in the coming years, my point been the ex-ufc fighters they have signed to fill there depths a little as the continue to grow struggle the same against the top fighters SF has to offer just like they did at the UFC.
SF Houston was another great success imo, I think they have 2 new great champions both in there prime with excellent all round skills, as for loosing Jake "bum boy" Shields well they certainly did not loose any entertainment value there and lets face it Jacare has been looking good in his recent fights, he is strong has looked very good on his feet and has an excellent submissions game, Jake could very well of been avoiding him, after all he was seconds away from been submitted by Mayhem so who is to say that Jacare could of of beat Shields anyway because I would of give him a very good chance, he certainly has better stand up than Shieds and he would not be out of his relm on the ground with him ether, and is defiantly more entertaining to watch.
Bobby Lashley loosing, who really cares, I always saw as a big of a poster boy anyway been fed soft opponents, I cant see why him loosing should effect the quality the promotion can offer anyway.
For well over a year now SF have successfully given us quality events to watch and they keep delivering, you can speculate over "who they have to face there champions next" all you like but the fact remains they keep delivering even when thread like this pop up every time they host an event which is complete BS.
As long as they keep delivering quality events like they have been doing them they will continue to grow which is very good for the sport, its even good for the American fans who are getting quality events that they dont have to pay $60 for every time SF put on a show.
I still think that SF Heavy Artillery has been the most enjoyable and most entertaining MMA event of the Year so far to date, and I even remember thread like this popping up to try and discredit that event also that all failed as miserably to prove any valid points as this one does.
Last edited by KillerShark1985; 08-23-2010 at 07:31 AM.