Are we at the high watermark of what the collective former Strikeforce fighters achievement? Strikeforce fighters have more than held their own against "the UFC." In fact of the Major Event/Main Card fighters (excld Challengers or Prelimers) Strikeforce currently own a 90-61-1 Win-Record (since the Jake Shields-Dan Henderson kickoff point). Strikeforce fighters vs UFC: 90-61-1 (Only full-fledged SF fighters; fought on the Main Card of Major Events; e.g. Jake Shields, Fabricio Werdum, Shane del Rosario, Nah-shon Burrell) Strikeforce Minor Leaguers: 28-37-1 SF Prelimers: 20-26-0 (e.g. Bobby Green, Yoel Romero, Quinn Mulhern, Josh Cholish) SF Challengers: 8-11-1 (e.g. Bobby Voelker, Shawn Jordan, Milton Vieria) Zuffaforce (post-2012 debuts): 3-11 (e.g. Bristol Marunde, Nandor Guelmino, Estevan Payan, Adriano Martins) Strikeforce leftovers/others: 18-19-0 (e.g. Arlovski, Kawajiri, Chris Cope, Dustin Ortiz, Ron Stalling -- not directly joining the UFC after SF) note: Since Shields>Hendo as the line of demarcation between SF/UFC Of the weight classes that both the UFC and Strikeforce had -- LW to HW -- "Strikeforce guys" own 60% of the Titles, 3 of 5 of the 'Belts.' And then there's Ronda and WMMA in general... Is this "The Ghost of Strikeforce" at it's height, right now? Or has it yet to peak?!