I started watching MMA in 1994 when a friend of mine brought a tape of 'pit fighting' as he called it to my house. We watched it in amazement as one of the biggest misconceptions in my was killed, bigger guys are tougher. This is one of probably one of the last chances to watch guys who had the balls to step into uncharted territory do what most of us never would have done. As a side note doing MMA for a number of years in the 2000's saved me one day from a bad beating outside a bar in a fight where my friend lost 2 teeth, got a broken orbital bone and a concussion in a 6 on two fight, I knocked two guys to their knees threw one guy to the ground, the other two guys were beating my friend at that time until the owner and bartender came out of the car to help us out. This considering I used to get bullied and lost every fight in grade and most of high school until I learned how to box, mauy tai and greco roman wrestling. UFC changed fighting as we know today and these guys are the pioneers.