Boxing promoters have been complaining about the rating for UFC 185, the main event bout between champion Jon Jones and challenger Luke Rockhold, in part because of the fighter’s “A” rating.
Boxing promoters who are upset about the “A,” or average rating, say the UFC is still not providing fighters with adequate compensation for fights that they get a “B” or better rating.
Boxers have called for the UFC to be allowed to rate fighters on the same level as professional fighters and the fighters themselves.
UFC officials have said that the “B,” or “B+” rating is only for the fighters who have been in the UFC for at least three years.
According to the UFC, an average boxer has made $11,000 per fight in UFC history.
The average fighter on the UFC’s roster made $2,200 per fight.
In a recent interview with The Associated Press, UFC heavyweight champion Jon “Bones” Jones called on the fighters to “get back to your sport and get paid for what you are capable of doing, not for what is not.”
UFC officials say they are not allowing the fighters’ ratings to be used to make contracts.
In fact, a spokesperson for the company said in a statement: “UFC officials believe it is inappropriate for a rating of an athlete’s “C” to be compared to the standard of a fighter’s ‘A.'”
Boxers and their supporters say the rating system should not exist, and that it’s unfair that fighters get paid a “substantial fraction” of what professional fighters are making, according to the AP.
Boxing promoter and MMA fighter Jim Miller told the AP that boxing fans should not give up on the sport because the “C-rating” system is unfair.
“There are a lot of people out there who have had their careers taken away from them, who are getting a lot less than what a professional fighter can make,” Miller said.
“The UFC is not going to be around for another 25 years.
If they’re going to keep this system, I don’t want to be a part of it.
It’s not fair to these guys. “
It’s not a fair system.
It’s not fair to these guys.
They’re not getting paid for the work that they’re doing.
I think it’s really unfair.”
Jones has not yet agreed to fight Rockhold.