UFC messing with Conor

Jones right nostril -

Yeah they're messing with their biggest cash cow ever. They obviously are colluding to make sure their biggest draw never fights again. Seriously.

Conor/Cowboy sounded like Conor declined to be a co-main, therefore it was HIS decision to not fight, not the UFC's. 

 

What a retarded post. The fact the UFC could ever dare try to put Conor (the biggest star ever) in a co-main event slot, is a disgrace. They were trying to do him dirty. Conor is main event and main event only. Pacquiao/Canelo/Floyd, they would never co-main to anyone. For all the shit people talk about boxing, boxing actually treats its biggest stars right. The UFC was trying to pull a "powerplay" move to try and devalue Conor. 

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Slave feet -

If Conor takes a fight his personal life will overshadow the fight, and he will be exposed. Losing all of his limelight. Rapist. Sneak. Addict. 

When you have to sneak an old man at that level you are the epitome of losers. How do go from professionally squaring up with the best in the world to sneaking an old man. 

 

It's very strange 

Sounds like you've been sneaked 

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The dude held up two divisions. He had his chance

ufcwatcher -

I thought Conor and Cowboy didn't happen because UFC wanted to keep it a 3 round fight instead of a headliner because they know he can't do 5 and Conor didn't accept?

Psychotic conspiracy theories from deranged Conor haters. 

Yamie Jagerbomb -
ufcwatcher -

I thought Conor and Cowboy didn't happen because UFC wanted to keep it a 3 round fight instead of a headliner because they know he can't do 5 and Conor didn't accept?

Dana said they don't do non title PPV headliners. He's so full of shit sometimes. 

 

Just like when when he said he might not hear from Nate for 3 years and then Announces BMF two days later. 


Put some respek on the #BMF title... that's the real belt..

Jones right nostril -
Yamie Jagerbomb -
Jones right nostril -

Yeah they're messing with their biggest cash cow ever. They obviously are colluding to make sure their biggest draw never fights again. Seriously.

Conor/Cowboy sounded like Conor declined to be a co-main, therefore it was HIS decision to not fight, not the UFC's. 

 

Not paying him his market value genius is what happened. 

 

We have the numbers for PPV payouts from contracts. If they're lowering that number arbitrarily, it's their business decision. 

 

But a major horseshit move against the fighters. 


Where are these PPV payout numbers? I've never seen detailed breakdowns of what a fighter got from PPV points. 



According to the court documents, the UFC is prepared to pay Alvarez $1 for every buy the UFC receives for each PPV event in which Alvarez appears. That number goes up to $2 per buy when total buys reach 400,000-600,000, and $2.50 when it exceeds 600,000.