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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 01-19-2007, 02:42 PM Thread Starter
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"Inside The UFC" Could Be A LOT Better

This is the best the UFC/Spike can do with a UFC veriety type show? They should make the interviews longer and get more in depth about the fighters. I already watched rashad Evens train on TUF, and who cares about "Pros vs Joes"(clearly a plug more then an interview). also give us better updates on future cards, rankings, injuries and so on. Make the show an hour, so it does'nt feel so rushed.

The only good thing about the show is Rogan, I liked when he asked Rashad "how did it feel to finally finish a fight"

They could do alot better IMO
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This is the best the UFC/Spike can do with a UFC veriety type show? They should make the interviews longer and get more in depth about the fighters. I already watched rashad Evens train on TUF, and who cares about "Pros vs Joes"(clearly a plug more then an interview). also give us better updates on future cards, rankings, injuries and so on. Make the show an hour, so it does'nt feel so rushed.

The only good thing about the show is Rogan, I liked when he asked Rashad "how did it feel to finally finish a fight"

They could do alot better IMO
I agree. I thought they were going to announce the entire fight cards. How are people gonna find this stuff out without having to go to MMA forums every day? I mean the shows a step in the right direction, but it needs to be longer, on earlier, and more informative.
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The cauliflower ears segment was cool, I wish they'd feature more segments like that and more behind the scenes as far as UFC events go. And as UFC 67 draws near,a Mirko interview would help a lot in selling the fight. If they were able to get footage of him training, I don't see why they can't even get a short interview.
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I agree. I thought they were going to announce the entire fight cards. How are people gonna find this stuff out without having to go to MMA forums every day? I mean the shows a step in the right direction, but it needs to be longer, on earlier, and more informative.
definetly a step in the right direction. they never give any real news or updates and they are always so vague when they do. It feels more like an info-mercial for the UFC than a talk/veriety show.

I only posted this because I could'nt help but notice how week after week they tell us nothing important, just plugging.
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yea mirko speaks good english and has a good personality. they should showcase him on the show, they r interviewing rampage again, why?
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longer would definitely be better. and fighter in depth reports would be nice as well as making the interviews longer. go and film fighters during their training, interview fighters that have upcoming fights, announce the full fight cards, etc etc etc

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I couldn't agree more. I found last night's show to be really lackluster. It just seemed like everything was too short. As someone mentioned earlier, it should be a one hour show to give them more time to go in depth about everything.
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I wish it was an hour show
I agree, a half hour is just to short to jam everything in...

You can't have everything. Where would you put it?



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It seriously shoud be a 1 hour show, because it goes by way too fast and we dont really learn anything new. It should also be on earlier.
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Its def something I don't go out of my way to watch. It needs to be 1 hour so they can get more in-depth.

You forget that this isn't just some brutal sport where everyones out to kill each other. Its much more like a game of physical chess.-looney liam
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