5 Ways the UFC Can Add More Flavor to Their Events

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5 Ways the UFC Can Add More Flavor to Their Events
Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

The UFC's events have grown stale and generic. 

Minor events on Fuel TV have the exact same boring, flat look as major pay-per-view and Fox cards. Shows held in far-off lands are indiscernible from those held in typical locales like Las Vegas. 

But it's not only the events that are too similar to one another. The fighters have this problem as well. 

"Muscles, shaved head, tattoos, shorts loaded up with ads, black gloves" describes a stunning amount of fighters on the UFC's roster.

Because of these two issues, recent fight cards tend to form one amorphous, largely forgettable blob in the minds of fans. The various UFC on Fuel, UFC on Fox and UFC on FX cards might as well be a giant katamari of bad tribal tats, "I respect him, he's a great opponent" interviews and Bud Light ads. 

How can the UFC spice up its product? Read and find out!

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