Warning! Personal Opinion Advisory!
It's over. The injury bug has appeared to move on to plague a different company—probably some local, unsupported promotion that gets no love from the local brethren, ultimately forcing it to close down operations.
Showing the importance of a deep roster, the UFC managed to put on a phenomenal show under the ugly circumstances.
While some were complaining about having the UFC 108 card shoved down their throats, others were congratulating and celebrating the performances of those who stepped up so the show could go on—and the show did go on.
Some of you are saying, "But, Sterling, we shouldn't have to pay for..."
Then don't buy it! I can't stress that enough. Besides, most of you are savvy enough to pirate the fights off the Internet the same night. So where is the princess attitude coming from?
Moving past my ranting madness, the UFC trucks on and hopes to please the high standards of the modern fan, offering two cards in February.
Yes, they may look weak on paper to some of you, but those cards tend to blow your "stacked" cards out of the water; so please, lower your expectations.