I'm actually a little anxious to see the fight. Drysdales BJJ is pretty well renowned, but I'm curious to see how he handles the striking game, especially the ground strikes, as we often see the elite BJJ guys struggle a bit when really taking hard strikes while attempting to fight off their back.
I think in a couple fights (assuming he wins), we'll really see what he's made of, as I'm sure his early fights will be undermatched opponents. Following the likely aforementioned cans, we might get a credible fighter who will be able to really test him and see how he handles pressure, and just getting beat up.
More fighters = more fights = more awesome!