UFC and Jon Fitch: 5 Reasons Why the Jon Fitch Issue Is the Most Toxic in MMA

« Prev
1 of 8
Next »
Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse the slideshow
UFC and Jon Fitch: 5 Reasons Why the Jon Fitch Issue Is the Most Toxic in MMA
Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

UFC welterweight Jon Fitch has been the source of great controversy on MMA message boards and around the water cooler for quite some time. Why? His "grinding," decision-heavy style of fighting.

Despite Fitch's unbelievable success in the UFC—he is 13-1-1 in the organization—he is harshly criticized and disliked by MMA fans across the Internet and snubbed by UFC president Dana White.

In a recent interview, Fitch expressed that he's had enough; he is frustrated and angry at the current situation.

How could a fighter that has been so successful fall into a situation like this? How has the issue of Jon Fitch become one of the most inflammatory and toxic in MMA?

The answer lies in the fact that the story of Jon Fitch isn't predicated upon one issue but upon many issues that are actually some of the most divisive faced by MMA. What issues are these? Read and find out!

Begin Slideshow »
Load More Stories

Follow B/R on Facebook

Out of Bounds

MMA

Subscribe Now

We will never share your email address

Thanks for signing up.