I feel like we've all heard or felt this notion of it being dirty to take the fight to the ground. In my neighborhood growing up, pretty much everyone and their father mostly expected fights to happen and for you to let the other guy up. And when they didn't get up, they didn't want anymore and you helped them up. Sometimes real fights kept going, but you pretty much knew it was going to go that route when it did. Now, I feel it's best to always expect some ground and pound to be headed your way. But where to heck did this unspoken standing rule come from? Is it the difference between fighting to "settle something" and fighting to seriously injure the other person? What's your take on this?