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Couture, who retired after losing to Liddell and is going to work for the UFC on regulatory issues under Marc Ratner, said that while some dissatisfaction might arise, he doesn't expect any type of revolt.Couture, of course, came out of retirement about six months after making those comments, won the UFC heavyweight title, and then quit the UFC about six months after that in a contract dispute.
"I guess there's potential for an issue there," Couture said. "But let's be honest: Their marquee fighters are well taken care of. They make a lot more money than they could possibly make anywhere else.
"The top guys, the ones who are selling the pay-per-views, may feel a little slighted when they see a guy like (boxer) Oscar De La Hoya making $10 million a fight when we did numbers as good or better, but it will happen one day.''
Now he's back, and although it's not true in all cases that fighters make more in UFC than they can make anywhere else (it sure wasn't true for Tim Sylvia), it does seem that Randy is back in a place where he thinks fighters are better off fighting for the UFC than fighting against it.