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You would have to have followed MMA for a fair amount of time in its short history to recognize there was a BC and a BCE. Hold on! Before you think this just got religious, we mean there was MMA Before Conor (McGregor) and what it isBecause of Endeavor (the company that now owns the UFC). Prior to these two tidal shifts in the sport there was notmuch talk of “stars” or potential for Mixed Martial Arts to be anywhere near mainstream. It was a much smaller and manageable task to be a fan. So, given the sport has grown exponentially bigger than the past and the billions now floating around, how can one engage in MMA and be a real fan (whatever that is)? Here is a list of 5 things one might do to engage with the sport and not get overwhelmed or be stretched to the point of attention fatigue.
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