It's all but a given he's signed to the UFC as far as everyone is concerned, and the rumour is he only wanted rematches en route to a title shot. That said, as a huge nuthugger, I've always wondered if he can be effective against the modern approach. Playing the judges, jabs and leg kicks as the meat and potatos of your offense... he's very skilled and I still think he's top 10, *maybe* top 5, but he has this wild, killer instinct style. Even in his wins he's leaving openings left, right and centre. Against Bigfoot, maybe his most competitive showing in a loss (Hendo was too short to garner any info) he just didn't seem to be able to adapt to the disadvantage in size and strength, just kept going for the wild kill - not going for the "win". I think he has all the tools, and certainly the mentality, but I don't think he has the modern gameplan. I just feel he gets caught or outworked using an old school approach now, especially with his going for the finish at all times approach. Nuthuggers and haters, what are your thoughts?