I think a 160lb division would make more sense than a 115. I'd say there'd be more of a talent pool at 160 than 115 anyway. Guys like Matt Serra, Diego Sanchez, Marcus Davis, Nate Diaz, Dustin Hazelett, Jacob Volkmann, Gleison Tibau, Efrain Escudero, Yoshiyuki Yoshida, Kenny Florian, Chris Lytle, Joe Stevenson, Paul Taylor and Tyson Griffin could all fit into that division quite nicely. I mean there's no real need for it, but for guys that are big LW's, or small WW's it could definitely work. There's probably more world class talent for that weightclass than there is at 115lbs I'd say anyway. I wouldn't want either weightclass added, but if it was a choice between the 2, it'd be a 160 class anyday.
Originally Posted by swedish_fighter
People don't enjoy watching small people fight as much as they do enjoy big people like brock or Fedor.
Adding more small people to the fighting cards will just makes more people stop buying UFC cards all togheter.
The small fighters need to realise that they are boring to watch and that they should add some weight, not that the UFC should add more weight classes due to their anorexian behavior.
If something, the UFC could add a superheavyweight division!
So you're not a fan of any of the smaller weightclasses? Hell, I'd much rather watch Urijah Faber vs Miguel Torres than I would Bob Sapp vs Hong Man Choi. That's the easiest choice in the world. The lighter weight guys aren't boring to watch, and if you believe that, then you clearly haven't watched enough of the WEC. They've put on some awesome fights. Leonard Garcia vs Chan Sung Jung is one of my favo Muurite fights of all-time, was a heck of a war! Much more entertaining than the Super Heavyweight freakshows the Japanese promotions put on.