there is a DVD collection (and I've seen it shown on spike tv/ fs1) called "UFC 100 greatest knockouts" or something like that. It was marketable enough and let's be real, people like ko's, especially highlight reel ones. I'm not a hater on wrestling, I wrestled in high school, I'm a huge fan of Ben Askren, and I thought shields vs palares was super intense, and I believe Chael sonnen, frank Edgar, Kabib, Maia and shields grapple guys to try to finish them. I have no prob w that. But can we be real that no one fucking wants to see guys use wrestling to try and win on points with takedowns and top control? No market value whatsoever, and inviting friends over to watch the fight and then seeing Jon Fitch, Hendricks, mm, gsp, and even typically exciting fighters dive for takedowns when they are getting outstruck or overwhelmed(weidman) use wrestling for ts own sake is about as awesome as bringing a chick home as a 30 year old man and you have a twin bed and live in your parents basement. Can we stop pretending that top control grows the sport and is marketable? The UFC would never and could never sell a 'highlight' reel (to the average sports fan in hopes of growing the sport)of gsp's style of fighting.