What we need now is to see what kind of jam Houston has on the ground. So far he has knocked out two guys who stood and traded with him, but sooner or later somebody's going to play him differently, try to put him down and work him from there. We've yet to see what he's capable of against a top-level grappler.
So far, though, he looks like the real deal. I was a proponent of putting him up against Wanderlei for Silva's debut, because Chuck is fighting Jardine. But after Saturday I imagine the UFC bookers will be afraid to do that because they will want Wandy to look strong in his return and Houston might catch him.