I can agree. My club was run thru the YMCA(Sensei is 7th Dan, Japanese, IJF "A" ref, Olympic ref, past President of USJF. Others run thru community organizations( Public schools), colleges, other YMCA's. Now you see judo being offered at BJJ/MMA schools beccause they have the numbers of participants. Some of the "old schools" are still around but don't have the numbers. Judo got some boost from Rhonda, Kayla and Travis I think but in the sense to add to round out your grappling skills and some to give judo a try at a judo school who arn't interested in MMA/BJJ. Kayla is going to dominate in MMA once she gets her striking down. There is not a woman in MMA who can out grapple her or best her on the ground. And she is a warrior. Kayla has the temperment, skills and dedication to make it to the top and stay there. More than Ronda has/had.