You gotta take into consideration that anyone that the UFC forces out could potentially wind up in Bellator. So I think the UFC might be a less likely to send big names to other organizations.
I was thinking the same, but they'll look whether or not the salary or headaches are worth the fighters' staying like Rampage. He was an aging fighter though who complained incessantly. That did him in. Then there's Kongo of course followed by Shields, Fitch, Toquino, and Okami.
I'm beginning to think that it is a great time to be a bottom feeder. The UFC is fairly stacked all across the board which means the feeder orgs will get their share of
Biggest "shock cut" - TJ Grant, I think the concussions are going to finish his career either through his camp or after his next fight.
Biggest Retirement - Alan Belcher, I think we all know who the no duh's are when it comes to retirement (Franklin, Silva, Nog) but I think this is the end of the road for Belcher.
The welcome to the WSOF - Rafeal Cavalcante, I think even though the division is at it's bare bones I believe Feijao will be sent to the WSOF this year.
That's a pretty solid list. Didn't even know Kid Yamamoto was still on the roster. Thought he was cut awhile ago after losing three consecutive and interestingly enough to Lee and Uyenoyama.
Stout might be in danger which is really sad for his entire team. Might be best to voluntarily move to another org if he wants to continue or retire gracefully like his team mate. They were never quite the same after what happened.
Gray is an interesting pick. What happened to him...it's like he mentally shut down. At one point he was pretty unstoppable.
Marcus Aurelius: Tell me again, Maximus, why are we here?
Maximus: For the glory of the Empire, sire.
Baked, not fried... the healthy choice.