TheDeadlyRhythm -You lucky son of a bitch!mrladeuce -Damn skippy it is! You a fan? I caught them in Toronto in 2012 for their reunion tourTheDeadlyRhythm - I feel like this term is thrown around way to loosely. They call guys with 3 to 5 fights in the UFC a vet, a true UFC vet would be a guy like Frank Mir. He's been in 23 battles in the UFC since 2001. You don't call a new recruit that's seen action once maybe twice a vet, I feel like guys like Frank are under appreciated for how long they've been around. What are thoughts UG? Who else would you consider a true UFC vet out of the current roster?Is your username from something specific? The band Refused by chance?
I would say ten if you stay in the promotion. If you get cut you're automatically a UFC vet so that way when you get your ass beat by a good up-and-comer, they have a win over a "UFC vet."
I think for sure you deserve the term after 1 fight in the UFC. There are literally tens of thousands of people fighting MMA that will never make the UFC. One fight and I think you rate it
yep, one fight is all it takes to be considered a UFC vet by any other organization.
Kirik -VU again
The way the term is used in the MMA space is 1 fight = veteran. I think it is awesome, as guys who get cut can get a bigger payday as promoters can market them as a :UFC veteran."