I haven't bought tickets no, but if I had £100 to pay for a ticket I would regardless/
I went to UFC 85 and bought a ticket when I presumed Chuck was fighting, but I didnt buy the ticket for him, I bought a ticket for the experience and a night of fights.
Sure, I get your point - if someone asked me if I would prefer to watch UFC 92 live or a Fight Night, I would obviously choose UFC 92 because the fighters fighting have proven their skills and you know they can kick some arse.
When I heard Chuck wasn't going to UFC 85, I wasn't too dissapointed, I had an awesome time and I wouldn't of minded who fought that night as I was on the edge of my seat regardless.
Maybe I'm not a hardcore fans like some of you boys on here, but if I get the chance to go to a UFC event - I'm sure I'll have an awesome time no matter what.
By the way - there are plenty of £45 tickets remaining - not sure where your getting the £100 from, check out ticketmaster.co.uk