TUF star Josh Hughes is a big one.
But it’s not just because of the UFC star who has a lucrative contract with them.
He is also a big player in the online advertising industry.
He’s also an outspoken critic of the way Facebook operates.
So how do they rank?
BuzzFeed News looked at the top 50 advertisers in Britain, including all their top brands and the number of times they’ve been mentioned on social media.
The top 100 advertisers are:TUF: Hughes, who made headlines earlier this year after being pulled from a fight because he was being held up by a UFC fighter, is a top ten brand.
It is the only company on the list to have a higher number of mentions on social than the next 50.
Hughes is the first to have his name mentioned, but it’s a long way from the first time he tweeted it.
“The first time I saw a tweet from a UFC employee, they called me and said, ‘We need Josh, he’s got a fight tonight’,” Hughes told BuzzFeed News.
“I was like, ‘OK’.
I wasn’t there.
It’s just been going on for a couple of months.”
Hughes was pulled from the fight with former heavyweight champion Anthony Johnson in March but the UFC later reinstated him, so he has a contract with TUF.TUF has a strong presence on social platforms, but its main revenue comes from sponsorships and direct-to-consumer advertising.
It has nearly $6 million in revenue and over 10 million views on YouTube.
Tuf has had a significant influence on how Facebook functions in the past, but now it’s more likely to be one of the first companies to see an increase in revenue as a result of the fight.
“It’s going to be really interesting to see how much it [Facebook] does.
They’ve got a really strong brand and they’ve got this massive audience,” Hughes said.”
It’s not only the UFC.
It could be a brand like Nike, or even Adidas, and they’re probably the ones who are going to see the biggest rise in revenue.”
If you look at other sports, you can see the rise of big brands.
It used to be that they didn’t have big brands because there wasn’t a big sport or an athlete or a sport that was really popular.”TUF is a brand Hughes has never had to defend himself against in the sport he loves.
He won the TUF tournament at UFC 181, which was held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
But that’s not how it was supposed to be.
Hughes fought on the night, but he was unable to participate. “
They called me in and they said, “Josh, you’re not allowed to fight,” Hughes told Buzzfeed News.
“At that point, I was getting ready to go out and I got the call saying, ‘Josh, we’re cancelling your fight, it’s on the table.'” “
The night of the main card, it was actually an hour before I was supposed at the event,” Hughes explained.
“At that point, I was getting ready to go out and I got the call saying, ‘Josh, we’re cancelling your fight, it’s on the table.'”
Hughes said he was disappointed, but the next day the UFC told him it was fine.
“There’s no reason why I shouldn’t have fought,” Hughes recalled.
“My fight was cancelled.”
Tuf’s impact is evident on social.
In March, Hughes said that he didn’t think Facebook had changed much from when he started watching it in the early 90s.
“Facebook was just a giant box with a button to click, and it was just the big box that showed your Facebook friends and what they were reading and how many of your Facebook fans you had,” Hughes added.
“So I was a big fan.
But when you’re doing the same thing, you just can’t really predict.””
Facebook’s a huge part of our business,” he said.
“We have to think about our business.
It does help.
But at the end of the day, we are the ones that make the decisions.”
Hughes’ comments were not the first that were made against Facebook.
Earlier this year, a British newspaper ran an article calling Facebook a “sociopathic corporation”, accusing the company of “a deliberate manipulation of the digital landscape” in an attempt to “corporate control over everything”.
“The company has taken the most basic and most fundamental principle of digital democracy and it’s taken it to the next level,” the article said.
Hughes was also quick to condemn the way the UFC approached the decision to pull Hughes from the match.
“That’s ridiculous,” Hughes replied.
“Why would they do that?
It was a fight.
It was supposed on the main show.”
Tough to argue against, right?
Hughes said the UFC should have approached the situation with a bit more care.
“But it was so simple.