"It's the fight so many combat sports fans would die to see — the dominant boxer (Mayweather) vs. the undefeated MMA fighter (Rousey). Well, you can, now, sort of, through the magic of Street Fighter 4."
After Street Fighter II released in in 1991, it caused a fighting game explosion, both in arcades and in home consoles. But, as the decade ended, and arcades were failing, so too were 2D Fighting games. This is how Street Fighter IV completely revitalized the genre.
In the same interview at EGX 2019 recently, Capcom and Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono responded to a fan question asking if there were any plans to bring the fourth or fifth entries in the series to the Nintendo Switch.