Sherdog.com: You have an interesting analysis about how the size of the UFC Octagon factors into how well certain fighters do, as illustrated by the Patrick Cote (Pictures)-Travis Lutter (Pictures) fight in the finale of “The Ultimate Fighter 4.” Can you explain that? DellaGrotte: A lot of people don’t realize this; it’s never taken into account. The actual cage, the size of the Octagon, actually varies from venue to venue. Being at the Hard Rock at [“The Ultimate Fighter 4”] finale, it’s a small venue, which means it’s a slightly smaller cage, which plays a huge role in a fight in terms of defending takedowns. I think Patrick Cote (Pictures) was not only up against the wall with his grappling versus Travis’, but also his odds of staying on his feet and keeping the fight standing are pretty tough, too, when you get into a smaller cage. The larger Octagon obviously helps Patrick Cote (Pictures) stay on his feet a little longer.