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10 Reasons WWE Loyalists Should Give AEW A Chance

10 Reasons WWE Loyalists Should Give AEW A Chance

10 Reasons WWE Loyalists Should Give AEW A Chance

10 Reasons WWE Loyalists Should Give AEW A Chance

10 Reasons WWE Loyalists Should Give AEW A Chance

10 Reasons WWE Loyalists Should Give AEW A Chance
10 Reasons WWE Loyalists Should Give AEW A Chance
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Most of us understand that Brand loyalty is a bit silly. Why choose to routinely give your hard earned money to one multinational company while running down another that makes a broadly similar product?

We know it doesn’t really matter if one company sells more soft drinks than another. It’s why no one at a bar has ever been asked, “we’ve only got Pepsi, is that ok?” and replied, “no, I’m afraid I’ll be taking my business elsewhere. It’s rum and Coca Cola or nothing for me.” Still, millions of advertising dollars are spent every year on manufacturing that loyalty and its easy to get suckered in sometimes.

Similarly, while we understand deep down that it doesn’t matter which gaggle of overpaid ball chasers scores the most goals, it doesn’t stop us investing and feeling despondent when our team doesn’t win.

For all its flaws, WWE’s decades of brand building and approximation of sport inspires rabid loyalty and devotion from a certain section of the fanbase. For these fans WWE IS professional wrestling. They picked a side in this new wrestling war long before it even began. But why fight when we can have it all?

All we are saying is give peace(and AEW) a chance.

5 Fighters Poised To Take Conor McGregor’s Place As The Face Of UFC

5 Fighters Poised To Take Conor McGregor’s Place As The Face Of UFC

At present, Conor McGregor is the biggest name in mixed martial arts and one of the most well-known athletes on the planet. Love him or hate him, no one generates more pay-per-view buys for the UFC than the Irishman.

Unfortunately, for McGregor fans and the UFC at least, evidence would suggest that the former world champ's interest in competing has dwindled. Despite being healthy, he won't be fighting in 2019 and has only set foot in the Octagon twice in the last three years.

Sure, he's very active on social media and is still generating plenty of headlines. That being said, there has to be an actual fight to promote for Dana White and company to capitalize on McGregor's online trash-talk.

The lightweight contender has also dealt with his share of issues outside the cage, which include allegations of sexual misconduct and assaulting an elderly man at a local pub.

It makes plenty of business sense for the Ultimate Fighting Championship to keep McGregor in the fold, but in light of recent events, the company needs to focus on promoting their next megastar.

With that in mind, here are five fighters who could become the UFC's next Conor McGregor.

8 Problems Nobody Wants To Admit About AEW

8 Problems Nobody Wants To Admit About AEW

It's impossible to argue that the arrival of All Elite Wrestling is in any way a bad thing. The wrestling business has been crying out for a genuine, big-time alternative to the dross that a certain Vince McMahon has been serving up, and that genuine alternative is AEW.

With a weekly TV deal and several PPVs in its back pocket - all of which have largely been brilliant - AEW is most certainly on a 'so far, so good' footing when it comes to the early days of this burgeoning wrestling promotion. But while it's undoubtedly been a successful start for All Elite, and it's so refreshing to be see such action on a weekly basis, that's not to say that AEW has not been without problems.

To make it clear, this isn't designed as a case of bashing AEW just for the sake of it. As mentioned, AEW is a breath of fresh air in an industry that had become stagnated on a worldwide level due to the stranglehold of WWE. AEW is great, AEW is good, AEW is much needed. Is AEW flawless, though? Of course it isn't.

Here, then, are eight problems that are certain section of wrestling fans are refusing to ackowledge about All Elite Wrestling.

Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza Suffered A Split Decision Loss In The UFC Fight Night 164 Main Event

Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza Suffered A Split Decision Loss In The UFC Fight Night 164 Main Event

Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza, a former Strikeforce Middleweight Champion, was unable to make a statement at light heavyweight Saturday night. Souza suffered a split decision loss to Jan Blachowicz in the main event of UFC Fight Night 164.

The event took place on ESPN+ from Sao Paulo, Brazil and the Ginasio do Ibirapuera.

Blachowicz maintained his stance at 205 pounds, recording his second consecutive win over a former Strikeforce champion. Earlier this year, he knocked out ex-UFC champ Luke Rockhold in the second round.

Another former UFC champion, Mauricio "Shogun" Rua, left his home country with a draw vs. Paul Craig. Each fighter earned one of the scorecards, with the third declaring it 28-28.

Charles Oliveira knocked out Jared Gordon in the first round, Andre Muniz topped Antonio Arroyo and Wellington Turman bested Markus Perez.

Complete results are below:

* Jan Blachowicz def. Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza via split decision (48-47, 47-48, 48-47)

* Mauricio "Shogun" Rua vs. Paul Craig declared a draw (29-28, 28-29, 28-28)

* Charles Oliveira def. Jared Gordon via KO (strike) at 1:26 of Round 1

* Andre Muniz def. Antonio Arroyo via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

* Wellington Turman def. Markus Perez via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

* James Krause def. Sergio Moraes via KO (strike) at 4:19 of Round 3

* Ricardo Ramos def. Luiz Eduardo Garagorri via submission (rear-naked choke) at 3:57 of Round 1

* Francisco Trinaldo def. Bobby Green via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)

* Randy Brown def. Warlley Alves via submission (triangle choke) at 1:22 of Round 2

* Douglas Silva de Andrade def. Renan Barao via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-26)

* Ariane Lipski def. Isabella de Padua via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-26, 29-27)

* Tracy Cortez def. Vanessa Melo via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)


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