...is the whole 6 degrees of separation aspect when it comes to fighters.
(If you're not sure what I mean by the "6 degrees of separation", CLICK HERE
I was just entering my picks for WVR and when I got to the Kiuma Kunioku -vs- A Sol Kwon fight, I was browsing through their records when I found one fight for Kunioku that stands out.
My good friend's brother (Lane Andrews) used to fight back in the day and Kiuma Kunioku is one of the guy's he fought. Sure, it doesn't mean squat to you, but I think it's pretty cool.
To this day, Lane is still good friends with fighters like Nate Marquardt and Chris Lytle, along with quite a few others. I just think that's really cool how "accessible" (but not really) a lot of these fighters actually are.
Anyways...enough rambling. Like I said, the 6 degrees of separation aspect is one of the coolest things about the sport, in my opinion. Anyone agree?