Hughes, who is not exactly known for his endearing disposition, decided to throw some shade on Randy Couture and Tito Ortiz by pointing out their decisions to betray the UFC had resulted in their exile from the organization. “Those guys, there’s certain times in their careers, weren’t loyal to the UFC. So now they’re paying the price,” said Hughes to MMAInterviews on the matter. I hate to agree with Hughes, but he is right in the sense that Couture and Ortiz both lit the match ultimately burning down a bridge with the UFC. Granted, UFC President Dana White soaked the wood in gasoline prior to it going up in flames, but that’s a different story altogether.
Welcome back to the 10-Point Must! Every week I’ll give my thoughts on ten topics from the past seven days with hopes the readership will contribute their takes as well in the Comments section. This time around, subjects range from UFC lightweight champ Anthony Pettis’ health-related woes to a Hall of Famer calling out a few peers to a quick look at this weekend’s epic lineup for UFC 167. (Photos by USA Today Sports Images)
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