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UFC 132

Commentary and fight card discussion courtesy of David St. Martin. David is an editor and MMA contributor for SB Nation. You can follow him on Twitter @SaintMMA.

The UFC has had a bit of a busy month. From UFC 130 on May 28 to Saturday’s upcoming UFC 132, the organization will have put on five events in three different cities in just 36 days. An incredibly impressive feat considering it was only a few years ago fight fans
were waiting between 30-45 days between events. But given that three of those events mentioned take place in Sin City, the question of
whether or not Las Vegas’ struggling local economy can support that many events in such a short period of time could be answered Saturday

A bantamweight title fight has never headlined a UFC event, but Urijah Faber has the pedigree and the following to manage a decent draw in this fight. Faber, who faces champion Dominic Cruz in a rematch at UFC 132 in the night’s main event, carried the WEC’s lone attempt at a pay-per-view card last April when he fought current featherweight champion Jose Aldo. Despite my assurances, Dana White and Co. took no chances in putting together what has the potential to be the event of year, top to bottom. With fights like Wanderlei Silva vs. Chris Leben and Tito Ortiz vs. Ryan Bader rounding out the main card, UFC 132 could have an extremely successful pay-per-view buy rate.

The demand for UFC 132 seems pretty low in terms of volume; here’s some historical data we pulled to compare UFC 132’s listing price to other bouts:

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