After his devestating win on Fox, what will be on his horizon? So far, no human being on earth has proved to be able to beat him in the greatest martial arts competition and he has only faced the best competition imaginable. There have been rumors from the fighter's union that no one wants to have to fight him twice, but I'm not sure how/if that can be written into a contract. Speculation says that fighters would be reluctant to face him because losing to the same guy 6 or 7 times in a row would limit their chances at title contention. Maybe someone with knowledge of legal writing can figure out the ethics involved.