I've been eyeing (it turns out my hands don't know how to type that word) a NAGA competition. There's one a couple of hours from me, and I should be able to make it out to watch this year, considering competing next year. I'm hoping someone here is familiar with the format and can give me some insight. From what I see on the site, I'll be in the BB division (it's for any grappling experience, not just BJJ/ground work). And they kindly have a division for slightly degraded guys like me - I'll be at the absolute top end of the 40-49 group next year if I compete. So that all looks good. Both gi and no-gi are options, though I'll be more comfortable in the gi division. Other than just looking for any insight folks might have, here's my one question: what are the chances of managing in this with the idea of winning on takedowns? If I get a BJJ black belt (probably the same if a Judo BB), I'm not going to win on the ground, and areas of my ground game are pretty limited by injuries, so even a less-experienced ground fighter would cause me trouble. So, my aim would be to use takedowns (maybe finishing to a dominant position, maybe just staying up) and try to win on points. Thoughts?