i really see alot of improvement in diego's game, now alot of people are gonna say that fiorvanti is not all that; an you know what he is not. But like riggs he is a guy who was (theoretically) the better striker; an diego more or less beat him out of his game using intelligent and steady pressure, basic (but patient) off/def footwork, and a good balance of strikes (i.e. hands feet knees). now is he one of the best in the world, no; but this guy is far improved from the heavy footed one directional guy who was potshotted by josh "trackstar" koscheck, diego showed angles, cut off the cage, and when caught or covering up would step back and out (not just be stationary and thereby a punching bag ala tito ortiz or any other mma fighter). he didnt show the widest array of strikes, but he had balance in that he threw short stiff combos, used knees in clinch and kicks at long range; more importantly he commited to them. the biggest thing i think he has always had is the will to take abuse and not crack; unlike many mma guys or ground guys, he doesn't shoot out of desperation. He shoots to apply his strength of skill; but not cus he is unwilling or unable to take punishment on the feet or get off w/his offense...an this will pose many probs as he proceeds forward, cus now people can't predict him to just shoot shoot shoot; he has now become basic but eff on his feet, maybe im just a fan but i saw a greatly improved fighter standing.