There are posters here who believe that anything that makes MMA more mainstream is for the best and that hardcore fans are ignorant because they don't care about what the mainstream wants and only care that the sport remain the way they like it. We've already lost a good deal of the realism of the sport. This started as NHB - No Holds Barred Fighting. The objective was to be the best fighter and be willing to take on any size opponent in order to prove you are the best. Now we have champions who won't fight anybody that is 10 or 15 pounds more than they are. Think of the fights that made us miss such as GSP vs. Anderson Silva! They have added so many rules that two of the biggest tools that a ground and pound style fighter had - headbutts and knees to the head of a grounded opponent have been outlawed. That makes the fights less realistic and plenty of other rules have also been added with the outcome of making the sport less realistic. Sanitizing the sport to appeal to those with weak stomachs will eventually make MMA not even worth watching if more and more restrictions are placed on what fighters can do. I'm against what USADA is doing now as well. What started as an effort to get steroids out of the sport has now grown into a monster that is even denying fighters the right to make use of medical advances that any regular citizen can take advantage of and showing up unannounced parked in your driveway in unmarked cars with not even a uniform identifying these people as people who make their living by trying to prove that you are a drug user and a cheater is bound to end in tragedy. Our country was based upon the belief that we are allowed the right to be treated as innocent unless proven guilty. USADA has completely perverted this tenet of American freedom.