I think MMA is still in its infancy, and most any well-developed martial art can have a place in any major MMA organization. Assuming a fighter is educated, and capable of defending the more popular styles, any combat art is viable. I think if anyone has proven that, it's Lyoto Machida. With the UFC now being televised in Asia, I think there's a strong probability that new fights, along with martial arts will begin to filter into the MMA scene. It comes back to however, the primary responsibility of any fighter being that of knowing how to defend your opponent's techniques. I think that should be put above which style you use to attack your opponent.
Oh, and a brief edit. A couple of styles I'd like to see in MMA. Goju Ryu, Tae Kwon Do, Akido, Kung Fu.
Last edited by Servatose; 08-08-2009 at 12:41 AM.