You’re Numbers are way off.
Should be closer to a 20% fat, 40%carb and protein.
Do You really expect a 170 pound man to be eating almost 600g protein?
I came up with around 108g fat, 382g carbs, 380 grams protein. Thats both doing it manual and using the same app. The only problem ive had is that the lower calorie days can actually be higher then the high calorie days do to pounds of “fattier meat”. Im assuming to do the reduction in carbs like listed and eat about 300-500 calories less than high calorie days.
Despite that, there will still be entertaining fights on practically all these cards. The problem isn’t the product, it’s how poorly it’s being sold. There’s nothing inherently wrong with the fights in the cage; it’s that nobody knows or cares who these guys are. This means that the product that the UFC is selling, then, is relatively anonymous, undifferentiated violence— two men or women you don’t really recognize hitting each other for minuscule amounts of money. There’s no larger narrative or ability to sell potential viewers on the broader meaning of what they’re seeing, or about why any individual event is worth watching. With five events in the next six weeks, how can any single fight, let alone an entire event, tell a story worth hearing?