UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) has become increasingly popular over the past decade for a few reasons. The first is that the structure of MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) allows for a much wider range of techniques, styles, and strategies. Fighters in the UFC employ a blend of boxing, Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, wrestling, and other styles. This gives viewers more to watch, as fighters may need to switch between techniques in order to find success. Also, UFC fights are often much faster paced than boxing matches and can offer viewers a greater sense of energy and excitement. Finally, UFC fighters typically enjoy greater recognition due to the sport’s popularity, allowing them to build larger fan bases and increase their visibility.