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The Title Guy
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Um, the UFC's light heavyweight division is stacked. Bellator's light heavyweight division is light. This is an example of Scott Coker resorting a Danaism.
 

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Nothing against Bader, Scott Coker or bellator.

It just annoys me when bellator can't promote themselves or build their business without constantly lying and doing people dirty.
 

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Yeah it does seem like they are resorting to tactics that aren't very honest. It is a little disappointing because they were at one point truly able to differentiate themselves from the UFC. Nowadays it seems like they are trying to resort to other methods to draw audience.
 

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I wonder if bellator is near bankruptcy.

They sound desperate with all their talk about co promotion with the UFC.

If Dana wouldn't co promote with M-1 global to setup a Fedor fight back in the day. What makes them think its an option now.
 

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The fact that WME-IMG is the owners of the UFC now and that the UFC did a co-promotion with Mayweather productions which wasn't an option under the Fertittas. Dana White has had to let go of some of his control freak tendencies in order to make money for the investors.
 

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There's no proof about Michael Chandler taking steroids and those two latter facts are believable.
 

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People could have a tendency to generalize & associate ligament tears with steroid abuse.

Michael Chandler's leg injury vs Brent Primus wasn't ligament or muscle damage though. It was some weird type of nerve injury.
 
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