Karate was, is, and always will be, my all. But I've always loved the fight game in general, always have.
I remember when there was only one Champion in each weight division in boxing. And it was good. Then countless organizations popped up, and boxing forever went into a downward spiral. I don't even know who the Heavyweight Champion in boxing is anymore. I don't even care. That saddens me.
Then MMA came along. I like MMA, it's fun to watch, train in, and talk about. I used to like Pride Fighting even more than the UFC. And I like the UFC. When the UFC bought Pride they talked about how the Champions were going to fight each other, how they would alternate using the different rules, alternate shows between Japan and North America, blah, blah, blah. That never happened. Pride was no more.
Now Zuffa has bought out Strikeforce, the MMA organization that Fedor ruled for so long, the one that's been on Showtime, for free, for so long.
I have no idea if this is a good thing or a bad thing for the sport of MMA. Any thoughts?