I have not been paying attention closely, but I get the impression that 2015 is turning out to be a really good year for the UFC as far as PPV's go, compared to 2014 when there wasn't any staggering PPV buys. Since the UFC doesn't release official numbers we can only speculate. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_UFC_events http://mma-manifesto.com/category/ufc-ppv-data And I just happened to notice that 2015 so far has also been really good for Hollywood box-office numbers compared to 2014, when you would have assumed that Netflix really made a dent in the movie industry. There have been three movies released in 2015 that grossed over 1 Billion USD so far, compared to 2014 when there was only one. And depending on how well Mission: Impossible RN and the new James Bond movie will do, there could be five movies that would have grossed a billion before the year ends. That's pretty remarkable. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2014_in_film https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2015_in_film Since Sherdog Heavies is filled with self-made multi-millionaires with PhD's, I am just wondering why this has happened and is there any special connection between both industries?