Sure, I could post a poll on one of my social media accounts as a means of gauging the MMA community’s temperature about particular topics surrounding prizefighting. Problem is, a simple click of the screen while on-the-go doesn’t help me understand why a vote was cast in such a manner; moreover, a limited amount of characters in some cases, a twenty-four hour shelf life, and the tsunami of apps that aren’t surfed by all in cyberspace—believe it or not prevents a deep dive into the root of the problem. I created my blog—this blog—as a place for me, along with any readers I collect along the way, to explore the alluring world of physical confrontation on a canvas.
Instead of a shallow thought being tossed into a bottomless well of some generic post appearing in your MMA news feed, it would be invaluable for people to opine freely in the comments section of my blog on a given topic. Several features from social media would still exist, such as: anonymity (if desired) and the ability to receive and offer responses to others.
What is the biggest problem facing MMA’s development?
I’m enthralled by mixed martial arts, and it’s plainly clear that there have been numerous adjustments to the game in its twenty-five year tenure; in fact, it’s evolution continues before our eyes on a daily basis—sometimes for the sport’s betterment, other times not. I often catch myself wondering: what is required to propel MMA forward?
Let me know your thoughts in the comments section at the bottom of this page!