The short match time and now that the cat's out of the bag as to his tools, will be interesting to see how Craif Jones stacks up against position and solid points experienced competitors in Diniz and Jackson. I expect a lot of knee wrestling from them as counters to Jones' danger off his back. I got to see Jones train first hand for a week when he was at RGA awhile back, funny dude, interested to see how his game has changed evolved while traveling and competing and being on the road basically nonstop since his ADCC performance.
The Superfights offer an interesting mix of formats with no true EBi format offering (I have to guess/suspect some competitors refusing to agree to EBi overtime rounds):
And last but not least the undercard with a dearth of primarily east coast talent waging war for bragging rights and jumping up in exposure:
Hard not to be incredibly excited for this one when it streams on flograppling: the Grand Prix alone is worth it but the super fights and up and coming talent on the undercard all culminate in a deep pool of talent for a grappling card. The jump up in talent from Kasai's first card to its second (and by no means am I saying the first event wasn't impressive) is considerable. They're really pulling no punches.