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Is there an objective number of matches and a corresponding record a fighter should have before that fighter can get a title shot?
(By the way, if you don't believe there should be a specific number of fights and that title shots should be based on subjective criteria, then this argument is pointless. I recommend you accept that the UFC's subjective choices will differ from individual fans' and that those choices can't be completely internally consistent. Otherwise you'll drive yourself crazy.)
Anyway, assuming there should be a set number of fights/wins before you get a shot at the title, does the UFC have enough fighters to sustain it? Let's say that a fighter must have 4 UFC fights (all wins, I assume) before he gets a shot, is the UFC deep enough with quality talent to allow it? OR, would you accept a guy fighting a couple of "cans" to get the requisite record?
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