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It’s time again to raid our forums and answer your deepest questions. This time around, we cover everything from fighter rankings to how to get into Affliction: Day of Reckoning on the cheap. You shiftless no-accounts.
If you have a question of your own head on over to the official Ask the Potato thread and we’ll deal with you in turn.
Last time Affliction: Banned had a barn burning sale on tickets the day of the event, As someone who lives under an hour from the Honda center and a fan of seeing Fedor live at least once, would you suggest buying a ticket now or wait till the day of in hopes the box office drops prices again? – Hussdawg22
Don’t you dare buy a ticket now, Hussdawg. I realize I shouldn’t say that, and I’m not helping Affliction’s cause any, but dammit, as your unofficial MMA-related financial advisor I simply cannot recommend that purchase.
For one thing, you don’t even know for sure if that show will happen on that date. With the Mosley-Margarito bout in the same region on the same night, and with all Affliction’s troubles, they may reschedule it or drop it altogether. Anything’s possible with them.
But more importantly, that event will not sell out. You will still be able to get a ticket on fight day, and it’s a very good bet that you’ll be able to get a good seat cheap. You don’t want to be the jerk who pays $250 to sit next to some dudes from Cal State Fullerton who paid thirty bucks a pop.
After seeing Torres tear through another "number 1 contender", what does the B&B Potato Entrapment Company think of level of competition in the WEC’s bantamweight division? Is it on par with the UFC’s welter or middle weight division and Torres is just THAT damn good or is it more along the lines of the UFC’s lightweight division where most of the weight division’s talent is in Japan? — Geriatric Peon