I would like to assure you time does fly, especially on board. Ten years later, if you are still the member of this board, you will wonder where the time went. Ten years ago, I don't know if a lot of people could predict this influx of fighters from Russia, perhaps more specifically Dagestan, though obviously it sounded like a place where there could be lots of talents from there with its strong roots in wrestling. But, with its political instabilty and its economical climate, it wasn't exactly the first thing that was in my mind for next hot seat of the next generation of mma talents. I remember thinking to myself, back then, that there aren't lot of black athletes in mma, compared to other professional sports, also. When Rampage Jackson fought what's his name in UFC, perhaps his first fight over here and talking about black on black crime, and before, there wasn't a whole lot of black on black match ups either, perhaps relatively to now if you beg to differ. And there are lot more ethnic diversity for athletes competing in MMA. I am just curious as to what the next powerhouse of MMA will be. As it started out, obviously the powerhouse was USA and Brazil, and perhaps Japan especially in lighterweights. However, with the downfall of PRIDE, it seems like MMA is declining in popularity, and the talents that comes with it as well. On the flip side, it looks like Brazil might struggle to or is already compete against the strong wrestling/sambo backgrounds of Russians that's coming in numbers into MMA. Back then, it looked like Combat Sambo guys just didn't have the BJJ or wrestling necessarily to negate the BJJ enough, as there were more than a few unsuccesful high level combat sambo practitioners. I mean, heck, Alex Emelianenko is himself a very succesful Combat Sambo practitioner himself, and he frankly didn't look like he had a good ground game himself really, though he had such a potential on feet. Now, there is a great deal of influx of young wrestlers that's coming into MMA in us, from the outside looking in as well. These wrestlers are not coming into MMA when they are older, or have had some time off from active wrestling career, but more like an next step in their athletic en devours. And there are Russians. Obviously, there are still brazilians also coming into MMA, and from Europe, Asia, and etc. What will be the power house of MMA in 2028? Make your prediction and bump this in 2028, and have a moment of "I told you so"