Last night's PPV was one of the worst that I have seen in a long time. With the exception of the Brice fight and Faber's submission win, the rest was anticlimactic. I have never missed a PPV since the days of Don Frye, Shamrock etc.. and generally speaking the under card or either the main event gives you your monies worth. This was the 1st time that I have ever regretted purchasing the PPV. I absolutely believe that women should compete in MMA but the UFC is the top of the food chain and there are vast differences between woman's MMA fights and men's, so not as the main event... I have been to hundreds of house shows around the country and we all know that there are filler matches or exhibition bouts to fill the card but the UFC is again, the top of the food chain and has never resorted to side show gimmicks to fill a card before. My view is slanted as I am an active practitioner and a vivid enthusiast of the sport. Last night's show was obviously meant to widen the fan base but for me it just took another step toward's commercialization and away from the sport's roots. The UFC to me was still pure and raw and I understand that they must appeal to the mainstream to continue the unprecedented growth but women as a main event with GSP, Couture, Jones, Ice Man, Silva, etc.. I watched the fight with my entire gym and most of the guys were hoping that Rousey had a wardrobe malfunction... My hope is that the introduction of woman's MMA events to the UFC does not water down the rawness that I am referring to. The commentary on the bout last night was ridiculous also with statements like "Rousey is the best Judo practitioner in MMA today"... I love Rogan and I get the need to sell the fight but some of the BS was insulting to true MMA fans.. It felt like I was witnessing another step towards the complete commercialization of the UFC... We all know there are professional female athletes in golf, tennis, basketball and MMA etc.. As men we can name the attractive few if we are being honest but the UFC is like the NFL or MLB of MMA. I have all the respect in the world for Rousey as an Olympian and a professional female athlete. Even the talent pool of female fighters is extremely shallow so I can only believe that this must be a build up to a Cyborg or Carano drop down or catch weight fight. But then what...if Rousey could beat Cyborg who would she fight that was worthy of television time on the UFC. With that said women's MMA should not be a main event on a UFC PPV event in my opinion.