Nope. You're just trying to score points now. You're just spouting facts now to give the illusion you're correct but those facts have nothing to do with my first arguments on the ESPN+ deal with UFC. I basically reasoned the UFC needed exposure/advertising more than it needed the ESPN+ deal. You disagreed sharply. Now you are saying Bellator will lose exposure by signing a streaming deal. Basically the same thing I said regarding the ESPN+ deal. I would need a source for ESPN cable showing cards as well. You claimed they would but this is the first I heard of that. I was told ESPN+ would be 15 cards for paid streaming. And please don't act like ESPN commentators talking about the UFC is on par with free fight cards on cable TV. Not remotely the same thing. You can talk about ESPN promoting UFC until you're blue in the face but the actual fights are behind a payment threshold so many won't care about talking heads. Do you care about commentary on cards you can't watch unless you pay? If the UFC signs back with FOX or another cable company you think ESPN or ESPN+ will promote those cards? ESPN is only promoting ESPN UFC and maybe UFC PPV's. What do they both have in common? You need to pay to watch both. That's the farthest thing from good exposure/advertising.