If you haven’t been tuning in on the latest and recent MMA promotions then you’ve been missing out on some of the best fights being showed on television today. There’s an MMA event just about every weekend, and now you can even tune in on ESPN to catch the action. Currently, the only MMA action labeled worthy by ESPN, is the Ultimate Fighting Champonship (UFC). Many different fight promotions are producing and showcasing some of the highest leveled practitioners in the game, however, the UFC has dominated in ticket sales, pay-per-view buys, and media exposure. With its first show airing in 1993, the UFC has, and still is the most successful and entertaining fight promotion in MMA. These guys been in the fight business for a while and they know how to keep the fans excited. There is an art to matchmaking and the UFC is Pablo Picasso. One of the reasons why MMA fighters are getting paid a lot more in the UFC is because the organization helps promote the fighters and this helps promote MMA. There has never been a better time to be a professional MMA fighter than right now, and that’s thanks to the UFC. UFC fighters are looked at, followed and treated like famous athletes. Whenever a UFC fighter leaves the company to sign with another, they get a huge contract and the company also benefits from having a former UFC fighter on their roster. It could also be a former UFC commentator or announcer; any former UFC employee is beneficial to any other fight promotion. Matter of fact, every other fight promotion in the business has several former UFC employees which have helped bring attention to the organization. The UFC appears to know something other fight promotions don’t, and I have been heavily tuning in to find out. If you want to tune in like myself, and catch all the action, all you have to do is download ESP +; you will not regret it.

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