Jbrahams Posted January 1, 2013 Report Share Posted January 1, 2013 At the moment the only fight on the radar is Rousey vs Carmouche, which is fair enough, I'm sure afterwards they will have more fights created since they want this one to be the first one in UFC history, not put one on the undercard of UFC 157 and let it take bragging rights. But this is all we've heard about the women's division is the bantamweights, so what's going to happen to the other female divisions? Are the UFC going to add the Featherweights, Flyweights, Strawweights, and even Atomweights? How serious are they at creating women divisions? But do we want this? If each division has at least 10 fighters, that's another 50 or so fighters added to the already 475 (approx.) fighters in the UFC. Trying to find room for 500+ fighters to fight around 3 times a year (which is what a fighter probably finds ideal) is very tough, there were already enough complaints about how the UFC have "too many cards" and adding more fighters will create more complaints presumably. I just don't know if the UFC have really sat down and thought this out, thought about where the division will be in 5 years. I think they saw all the hype Strikeforce had with Rousey and being the "Big Brother" that they are to SF, they decided to take her away and now take all the credit for Women's MMA when it was really Showtime who deserves it. Anyway, what are your thoughts on how the UFC will treat female fighters? Will they look to expand into different divisions or will it just be a stupid idea? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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