Well I'm lucky that Chris Newinski who is a part of the SLI who is a former WWE wrestler and actually a Chicagoan--I met Chris when he was an active wrestler and I got to see what went on behind the scenes when he had to retire because of concussions. We stayed in touch since he retired as an active wrestler. So as a friend I let him know I was doing the stuff with concussion work. When it came time to start the promotion, I suggested we could be the first wrestling promotion to actually work with you guys and have an active concussion policy. He said he loved it and it was amazing. When you see what's going on with Sidney Crosby, it just breaks your heart because you wonder if those issues could have been prevented with the right care. We're doing the same with our talent. It's a huge issue in the NFL. It's really going to change the culture whether people believe it or not. When you see the data behind the scenes, there's no way of getting out of this. The lawsuits are starting. You can understand why the major sports leagues want to downplay it for a variety of reasons. From the data standpoint and the stories I'm hearing, it's going to be a huge issue, like capital HUGE issue. There is no getting around this. Once the lawsuits start, there's going to be cultural shifts and changes in expectations of when an athlete can go back in. Then you are going to get into different liabilities of players. Then there's the whole issue of college sports. You can understand professionals signing waivers saying they're willing to take on the liability of being able to take on the concussion--what are you going to do for an 18-year-old college athlete? Are they going to sign away their rights? It's going to fundamentally change college sports as well.