I'd suggest looking into some of the lower weight-class events. Most of the Pride Bushido events that are used to venue their lower weight classes tend to be more fast-paced and finish oriented. But, then again, that's how it usually is with any fighting event wether it be UFC, K-1, Boxing, etc.
For myself, I find the Pride vs. UFC debate more annoying than anything. I like watching fights between trained fighters, and having something there as an alternative venue is great for everyone involved, especially the fans. There is a different style in how it's run, and there are some phenomenal fighters. Some can't adjust to the differences, some can. In the end, if it doesn't meet your expectations, then it's back to seeing what UFC has to put on the plate, right?
Things are looking like MMA is going to explode to the point that all Pride vs UFC debates are going to end soon. Me, I'm looking forward to the day that we'll be able to crown a unified "undisputed" champ.
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