Originally Posted by Heat02
No way can the same be said for any other sport. Here in MA, I've been to a few sporting events. Boston Celtics vs. Indiana Pacers in 05, Celtics vs Magic in 06, and vs Cavaliers this year. All the fans there were respectful and looked normal. I watched UFC 97 at hooters, and my God, the amount of idiots I saw there amazed me. So many fat, jobless idiots screaming. I don't remember what fight it was, but I think it was Cantell/Cane. When those two guys went to the ground, the people at hooters started to scream 'you homos, get up and fight like men', or something like that. They were like in their 30s and it was embarrassing. I never returned. I just find it funny that you think you can criticize someones IQ. Have you noticed the amount of idiots that watch UFC? I don't think you would want to go to a bar to watch a PPV. No wonder why Mayweather said MMA was for beer drinkers. I think he went and watched a UFC PPV at hooters.
Once again, re-read your posts, I never brought up the IQ issue, you did, so I'm dropping that now because either you have a law degree and you're using your own words against me or you're just not re-reading your posts. Anyway, perhaps in the part of the US you're from you have a particular influx of redneck fans who watch MMA but the same cannot be said for the vast majority of other fans. You ever been to a football [soccer] match anywhere in Europe? A lot of 'normal' fans, but trouble too. Go to a league of Ireland match, or a game in England, all you'll hear is the most foul language ever, threats, abuse and possibly some fighting, and thats just in the crowd. Go to a Wisla Krakow game, or a Lech Posnow game, or Krakovia game in Poland, expect mass violence, burning of jerseys, riots, etc. Same can be said for most clubs in Italy, Serbia, Croatia, and some in Germany, France, Ireland etc. And this is called the 'Beautiful Game', point is that the vast majority of fans are educated, hard working, normal people who watch the game in interest without violence, abuse, etc.