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UFC Threatens To Sue Oklahoma Athletic Commission Over PPV Fee
Published March 21, 2012
CAN'T COMPETE? YAHOO SPORTS’ Kevin Iole writes Bellator “needs to find a better night to air its fights than on Friday, when it’s competing directly against the UFC.” There is “always a ton of competition from other events, but it doesn’t make much sense to go head-to-head with the industry leader.” Iole: “Find a different day or time to give your fighters the most exposure possible.” MMA Junkie reported that last week’s show “attracted just 108,000 viewers, the second-lowest ever” (SPORTS.YAHOO.com, 3/21).