The event lived up to the venue when it came time for the UFC to showcase its special brand of fight-sport at Madison Square Garden: Live gate numbers were eclipsed (even with somewhat decried dynamic pricing strategies driving cage-side seats into five, yes FIVE figures), Pay Per View buys hit a new high-water mark, and there were enough knockouts, tapouts, and thrilling wars to satisfy even the most jaded of hurt business aficionados. Yet, even as most of us are still trying to sort out just how far the reverberations from the event will reach, there are already more fights on the horizon that merit close inspection. What weight does Conor fight at next? Does the new UFC ownership acquiesce to his demand for a stake in the company? What can Bellator, or any other competitor for that matter, hope to accomplish in the face of a promotional monolith that is actually gaining steam? Call into 917-889-2676 and let us know where you see us going from here!
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