You know Sherdog has some bussiness experts in the subject. The other day I was watching an event (was it ACB?) on a Youtube live stream. You know YT shows how many people are watching it at the time. That one in particular was over 100K. I guess most of income of MMA promotiones comes (besides ticket sales) in publicity and sponsors shows during the show. Yeah, I know that also networks pay them money but that is also publicity/sponsors (in the related (in the commercial breaks)... but that is related to the ratings they do. Seeing as a solid promotions as Bellator (drawing 500k), or even PFL (150K)... it is not a very long stretch. Also YT allows to block the broadcast for some countries.. so in case a promotion has a deal with a network they can block it in that country (yeah, I know about VPNs and stuff). Im watching RCC 3 live now () and the quality is really good. There are "only" 12K people watching but Im pretty interested to see how many tune for the Aleksander Emelianenko - Viktor Pesta fight. Do you guys think these kind of streams could be a factor in the future? Or at least in the development of MMA in countries where it has not reached much popularity yet (Im from Argentina and that is a good example).