UFC 228 and previous cards have seen numerous high profile fights wrecked, often with less than a week's notice. 2018 seems to be among the top 2-3 worst years for wrecked fights and there's been speculation that the UFC is ill equipped to cope with it, particularly with the challenges the new USADA rules have placed. TO what extent do you think the fights we did get in UFC 228 showed there is still vitality for the organization and there are still title holders and future contenders to get behind? How much of a success was UFC 228 in showing that MMA can still, at the premier level, find a way around the difficulties imposed by the new training and safety regulations? It seems that it can be virtually impossible to be optimistic when even the grittiest and most passionate of fighters, such as Whittaker, Cormier, Dillashaw and others are fighting 1-2 times a year when prominent guys used to fight minimum 3 a year or more. I often wonder if 9 month or longer breaks between fights make it too hard to maintain excitement.