Check this article please: https://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2011/03/tides_eryk_anders_makes_one_la.html "One year to be more than the undersized, pass-rushing specialist who famously preserved Alabama's 2009 national title by sacking Texas' quarterback and forcing a fumble." "Anders has added 25 pounds to his 6-foot-1 frame since the BCS Championship Game and now weighs 245 pounds. He says he ran the 40-yard dash in 4.56 seconds recently in training and believes he can rush the quarterback in the NFL." It seems to be that he WAS a successful football player and hadn't he been undersized, he could've had a bright future in the NFL. He actually had to BULK to 245 to be there.Now he's a MIDDLEWEIGHT. Is it something MMA orgs have to aim for - successful yet undersized fighters from team sports than can be VERY successful in MMA and take it to new level?