If you’ve been watching the UFC since it began, you know that the company’s main event of Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor was a big deal.
In a sport where only a handful of champions ever step on the Octagon, it was a rare opportunity to see the top fighters fight on the biggest stage of all.
But while the fights had the potential to be spectacular, they weren’t always spectacular.
The main event was a flop, with McGregor’s takedown of Aldo coming down to the last seconds.
And, just like that, McGregor’s reign was over.
UFC president Dana White made a lot of changes to the company in 2016, including bringing in a new fighter for the show, a female, and making the UFC pay more to broadcast the shows.
But despite those changes, UFC events have never been a big draw for viewers.
In fact, there have only been two UFC events in the history of the company that have made it into the top 10 of the most watched U.S. television program of all time.
And the numbers show that.
According to Nielsen ratings, UFC fights are down in ratings for the most part, which means viewers aren’t tuning in.
It’s no surprise then that many fans are disappointed.
The biggest reason for this is that UFC events tend to be the ones where the fighters are the most successful, which makes it a good time for the sport to improve.
UFC fights have always been a tough sell, as fighters often don’t have the best personalities to match the fans’ desire for them to be a good fighter.
But now, that can be an even bigger issue as the sport has more stars in the spotlight.
The top three UFC fighters in 2017 were all former champions, which is the best showing for an event in the company history.
And that’s the reason why the UFC has seen such a decline in viewership.
But this is not just an issue for the UFC.
MMA has become a huge part of the sports landscape and, at the same time, many fans don’t want to watch it.
A recent survey of over 1,500 fans found that only 5% of fans want to tune in to a UFC event.
And even the best fighters don’t always have the fan appeal that fans want, which could have a huge impact on the UFC’s future.
This is the story of how the UFC got better and became a major part of sports culture.
The Evolution of the UFC A fighter who’s been around for almost two decades, Mike Novak, is a longtime UFC fighter.
He started out at the UFC in 1996 as a lightweight and has since become one of the best in the division.
He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2018.
Novak started out in the MMA world in 1996, when he was just 20 years old.
He fought in two UFC tournaments that year.
And he won a title in that fight, but the following year he was knocked out by Matt Serra, and he lost to Chuck Liddell.
Novac won the title again in 2001.
In 2002, he defeated Chad Mendes and lost the title to the UFC veteran in a rematch.
After that, he had a number of fights in which he lost, and then he won the belt.
Novack’s next title defense came in 2004, and the following two years he lost a number or bouts.
And in 2005, he lost the belt again.
He also fought in four UFC tournaments, and in 2006 he lost his first title.
He returned to the octagon in 2008, where he defeated Mike Pierce in a very close decision.
In 2010, Novak won a UFC title again, this time in the main event against Joe Lauzon.
Novaks next title came in 2012, where, after losing the belt, he went on to defeat Luke Rockhold, who went on a streak of four consecutive losses before beating Rockhold.
In 2013, Novack won the UFC title in a fight against Nate Diaz.
After winning the title, Novac was defeated by Diaz, who was the last man standing before he was submitted in the first round.
That title came to a close in 2015, but Novak was back in the Octagonal for another title fight in 2016.
In 2017, he won another title in the UFC against Travis Browne, and lost in the second round.
The next year, he returned to fight for the belt in the rematch against Diaz, and again lost in a unanimous decision.
He lost again in 2018, and this time he was defeated in a knockout.
After losing again, Novap was back to the Octagons in 2019, where the UFC released him, and it was his first defeat since 2012.
And then, in 2020, he fought for the title in his last fight in the promotion.
And when the UFC finally decided to give him a shot in 2017, Novas first title defense was against Luke Rockwell, who had won his last five fights.
After a very