I don't even know how people think being a pro wrestler is easy. Look into it.
Even if it's scripted, that shlt is work.
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Quinton is entitled to feel as though he has been treated disrespectfully, like all of us, though that doesn't make it true. 'feeling disrespected' also does not mean that others around you haven't lived up to their end of any bargain or deal they have with struck you. He needs to move on. I think a lot of people are tired of the Rampage package, fans/promoters/media/else. I think Quinton is tired of Rampage. I haven't really enjoyed his fights in years and he hasn't evolved and is not interesting to me on any level, whether it's as a fighter, a personality, a thinker, a speaker, etc. There's no big need to resign Quinton on the UFC's part, I would think. Who wants to sign a big headache? He'll go somewhere though and keep fighting . . it's all he has. if the latter is true, then he should stay with the ufc i guess... put on those knee pads.
He has had 11 fights in the ufc and he made 225,000 and 170,000 for the Eastman and Liddell fights, that's 400,000 for those two so he has averaged 1.64 mill per fight since then. and i started the average from the liddell fight onwards cuz he started getting a cut of the ppv once he became champ.
1.64 mill average for a B level fighter who lost the title after 1 defense is not bad especially since he only had maybe 2 good performances since and he's 4-4 since.
Nike is the biggest spender on athlete endorsement deals in the world. Its annual report shows it has signed commitments for $3.2 billion worth of endorsement deals over the next five years. Jone Jones of the UFC alone is being paid $20,000 annually.
Last edited by lynchman; 01-25-2013 at 04:43 PM.
Can't blame him for being pissed he can't even wear his own sponsor to the cage