Contrary to popular belief, no person or company has ever become a world renowned success overnight.
Sure, a sudden jolt of popularity can bring that company or individual to the forefront of pop culture, but that spark of excitement is normally fuelled by years of hard work and mistakes that had to be learned from in order to grow.
UFC has followed that very same trajectory and - to casual viewers - looks to have engulfed a large chunk of the sporting landscape out of nowhere. Yet, it was through years of failing and refining that Dana White brewed up the winning MMA formula that we know today.
That's not to say that the UFC is perfect, though.
There are still enough moments of controversy and head-scratching to leave some fans wondering why they even bothered investing in one of their PPVs to begin with. Couple that with the questionable treatment of some of their employees and you soon find that UFC has sizeable room for improvement.
That's not to say that the company is teetering on the edge of collapse, but these few tweaks would surely help polish an already ground-breaking promotion.