Alistair Overeem won't win the UFC heavyweight title in 2013, MMA will be legalized in New York and Anderson Silva will defend his middleweight title at least once more before retiring -- based on poll results in our 20 MMA questions interactive.
Of course, any man or woman of science will tell you that Internet poll results are not exactly accurate. But this isn't about exact science. It's about taking the temperature of MMA fans who came across this feature.
Below are the questions and results. Look for a new round of MMA voting interactives in the coming weeks.
Strikeforce will continue to exist beyond the life of its current broadcast deal with Showtime.
The refereeing of MMA fights has never been better than it is now.
Alistair Overeem (pictured above) will win the UFC heavyweight title in 2013.
All pro MMA fighters should be tested before fights and periodically when they are not training or have begun preparing for their next fight.
Jon Jones and Chael Sonnen as coaches on "The Ultimate Fighter" is good for ratings but sends the wrong message about championship bouts.
Chris Weidman will win the UFC middleweight title in 2013.
MMA will be legalized in New York in 2013.
The use of testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is an unfair practice for fighters, whether or not a doctor approves and prescribes it.
"The Ultimate Fighter" series has run its course for both the well-invested and the casual fan.
Georges St-Pierre should get the first superfight against Anderson Silva instead of Jon Jones.
Anderson Silva will retire before he defends his UFC middleweight title again.
The increased number of fight cards put on by the UFC has a direct correlation to the increased number of injuries and the subsequent changes to fight nights.
There should be a weight class implemented in between light heavyweight (205 pounds) and heavyweight (265 pounds).
There are enough quality female fighters now to create a division in the UFC.
At least one new champion will be crowned in the UFC before 2012 ends.
Bellator's popularity and profile will dramatically increase in 2013 when its events begin airing on Spike.
Former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar will fight in MMA at least once more.
The World Series of Fighting, which debuts Nov. 3, will develop into a legitimate MMA promotion with some staying power, both financially and athletically.
The 12-6 elbow should no longer be an illegal strike under the unified rules of mixed martial arts.
Former MMA fighters make for the best judges to score fights.