#3 Clear Direction
The UFC has been condemned by fans as of late – especially since WME-IMG assumed control in charge in 2016 – for not by any stretch of the imagination having an authentic heading, especially as far as its title battles.
Following quite a while of legitimate booking, that seems to have left the window fairly as of late with sketchy title battles, for example, Tyron Woodley versus Darren Till and Daniel Cormier versus Brock Lesnar being assembled.
Regardless of the majority of this however, the UFC unmistakably still has more bearing than Bellator with regards to the ways their contenders take to the best. Take current Light-Heavyweight prospect Dominick Reyes, for example – he appeared against a low-level adversary in Joachim Christensen and beat him helpfully, and afterward vanquished another low-level enemy in Jeremy Kimball effortlessly as well.
Those wins earned him a stage up against Jared Cannonier, and when he beat him as well, he was surrendered another progression the stepping stool against Ovince St. Preux, a main ten positioned contender. Subsequent to beating OSP, it is currently expected that Reyes will next be given a battle that could move him into title dispute in 2019.
It is everything coherent booking to enable a warrior to climb the stepping stool legitimately. Contrast that with Bellator’s reserving of Michael Page, at that point. ‘Venom’ is one of Bellator’s most energizing prospects, yet in 9 battles in the advancement he’s scarcely climbed the stepping stool because of being reserved against adversaries on a comparative level unfailingly. It does not bode well.
Toss in odd appointments like the ‘superfight’ between Middleweight champ Gegard Mousasi and Welterweight champ Rory MacDonald – before either man really protecting their titles – and Bellator is only one major befuddling mess now and again.
WME-IMG be accursed, the UFC at any rate has significantly more bearing than that, especially with regards to building warriors up from the base to the best.
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