Anything that comes out of Tito's or Dana's mouth is 90% biased info. I did the same thing that you did, I took info from one of their statements and used it. You seem to believe what comes out of their mouths. I look at actions and try to think outside the box.What makes you a hypocrite is accusing me of providing biased, unsubstantiated info (I wasn't) then doing the exact same thing.
You seem to think that being in a UFC fighter is all cake and ice cream, yet...we've heard quite a bit of evidence to the contrary. You keep bringing up the insurance, how do you know Cyborg does not have her own insurance from other means?
You don't. You know nothing about any of this other then hearsay. That's it. You are just believing what two of the biggest hothead's in the sport are saying.
Meanwhile, I'm just stating that I'm sure there is more too it. Things that unless you are at the negotiating table, you know nothing about. Not to mention, it's none of your business in the first place.
They were a fight promotion, not management. Is Tito paying these fighters or are these fighters paying him?...& I suppose Affliction was doing something right? They continued to sign fighters to over inflated contracts until they went out of business.
Your knowledge of this sport is a fallacy, lol. If Cyborgs managment team was making mistakes, why would other fighters, vets and prospects, be willing to sign with them?Signing new clients does not make his handling of Cyborg's negotiations any less incompetent. Making the connection between the two is a logical fallacy.