No sport has as much direct fan-to-athlete contact as MMA. That's just a great thing for us (though it certainly causes occasional headaches for Zuffa's PR department).
Twitter is the preferred means of communication in this world of fighting people in cages (and sometimes rings).
The thing is, there are dozens of organizations, hundreds of fighters and a boatload of journalists out there that you could hit “Follow” for. Really, though, do you want to be that guy that has 9000 people you're following and 15 followers, made up of your mother, cousin and a few computer-automated Russian hotties?
Of course not! That's why we're here, to help you obtain the most efficient Twitter account possible by picking out the 10 Twitter accounts you have to follow.
Sure, you could follow more, but it's just really not necessary. You only need a few people to really keep track of MMA on the whole, and that's what I'm here to help you with.