UFC 186, the latest in a string of utterly cursed fight cards, took another hit on Tuesday morning when a New Jersey judge granted an injunction to Bellator that will prevent Quinton "Rampage" Jackson from fighting against Fabio Maldonado in the co-main event, as reported by Fox Sports' Damon Martin.
A card that once featured two title fights (neither of which were highly anticipated) now features just one: Demetrious Johnson will defend the flyweight title against Kyoji Horiguchi. Johnson, for all his fighting wizardry, has not resonated with the public as a drawing card and is defending his title against a virtual unknown.
On the surface, it appears that Jackson was the drawing card on the show. Now he's gone, either back to Bellator or into lawsuit purgatory. The point being, he's not fighting on this card, and whatever interest was left in the show either completely evaporated or, at the very least, took a massive hit.
To discuss the UFC's options for this faulty card, lead writers Jeremy Botter and Jonathan Snowden—Bleacher Report's version of Thelma and Louise—team up once again to answer The Question: Should UFC 186 be canceled?