Agreed. Particularly in a sport so young and clearly evolving. Look at the guys fighting UFC in the 90s. It's night and day. Again, it's not what Laimon is saying as much as how he's saying it and who he is. Sort of like the idea that I can scold my brothers as necessary, but no one else better say anything bad! No one will suggest that MMA hasn't outgrown Royce's training regime. It's obvious that well rounded skills are critical to compete at that level. It's that Laimon is very smug for someone who's never stepped into the ring himself.