Having developed a huge following this past year, Jake Jenkins is one of a handful of hot new names in the underground combat scene. For many of us the question has been whether instant success will spoil Jenkins. More to the point, will his precipitous rise be matched with a precipitous fall - especially since more than a handful of seasoned grapplers want a crack at the handsome and increasingly cocky upstart? In the latest in the seminal Fantasymen series, Joah Bindao makes a rare appearance (his third in ten years) on our mats, bringing back his finely honed skills in high-kicking Brazilian combat arts. What brings him back? We promised him Jenkins, simple as that. In less than twenty-four hours, the man was on a jet to BG East, licking his lips as he thumbed through the in-flight magazine. This is also Jake's third appearance here (but, in his case, all in less than a year), and his interest in battling Joah is linked to his fascination with the traditional martial arts, whose dancelike movements are as beautiful as they are brutal.