Originally Posted by ASKREN4WIN
Yeah, thats why Chael Sonnen interview threads are constantly being posted and people are constantly posting in them.
He has made himself a polarizing figure, either you love him or hate him and his professional career is the better for it.
I get it - still not my cup of tea though
As for Dana having to convince AS to move the match - of course he had to. AS has the most to lose here:
- His title
- He already beat the guy once
- He was expecting to have a record setting audience cheering him on, now he'll probably get booed by people who buy into Chael's gimmick too much
- Headlining the biggest UFC event ever would also have attracted bigger sponsors and meant more money, that goes for both Chael and AS
BTW Roflcopter - what you just described is exactly what polarizing is