Those who despair for the future of combat sports, due to their disdain for the pageantry and manufactured hype surrounding a number of high profile fights in recent times, will have absolutely loved what they saw when Gunnar Nelson and Alan Jouban weighed in ahead of their highly anticipated clash at UFC London this weekend.
Nelson, of course, is famous for his stoic demeanour but he took looking like he couldn't give a single solitary shite about anything to the next level as he departed the stage having completed the obligation of staring his opponent down.
Jouban has come across as an extremely likeable and respectful guy during his recent rise to prominence, where he defeated the intensely hyperactive Mike Perry most recently, so this was by no means a surprise, but it was still fascinating to watch.
Not so much a stare-down as two men standing in close proximity to each other. Right up there with the most peaceful ever seen, there's two men who prefer to do their talking in the octagon.
Nelson's coach John Kavanagh did a decent job of summing up the event:
'Erm, well see you later' Gunnar Nelson vs Alan Jouban Face off https://t.co/FAX9QKXnKT
— Coach Kavanagh (@John_Kavanagh) March 16, 2017
The fight itself is going to be a great watch.
Most Irish fans will be tuning in hoping to see Gunnar put on another jiu-jitsu masterclass, while Jouban will surely be looking to keep the fight standing.
This fight coupled with Joseph Duffy's exciting matchup against Reza Madadi makes UFC London an unmissable event for MMA fans on these shores, and it all kicks off from 5pm on Saturday.