:ultracool BJJ and submission does fit the streets, The only people who will say this will be the disciples of this art. Can anyone tell me here how many times BJJ were used out of a ring?. Even if you are skilled, you cannot use it against many fighters . Whenever people watches Anti-grappling and they are training BJJ. they would say: oh, they don't grapple for real. Hey guys . Have you ever saw any grappler in the UFC, have you seen how they grapple. they are completely exposed to being hit in their neck, but they know that rules will not permit their opponents to do this since it's prohibited. In a real fight, a grappler does not stand a chance most of the time against any striker with good attacks. We personally have in the EWTO instructors with Jujitsu and grappling background, and most were not trainers of the arts, they were instructors. they say that these arts are good to a certain degree to learn, but once to consider it everything, it starts to make no sence . Royce Gracie himself crossed-train in MMA after realizing that grappling is not everything about fighting. you must be a well rounded fighter for all situations. I hope this makes the point clear.
Royce also traveled around Dojo's all round the world to prove that jujitsu works in any situation...many a time was his neck expose, he was forced to train striking after the art the gracies created started to leave them behind...... the fact is that sometimes all these moves that TMA arts give all the faith in dont actually work aswel as they might think.
Ive always said to be good at fighting you have to fight, and as you do you learn what really works and what doesnt.
its really frustrating for a fighter to be told by someone that doesnt fight how to fight...it makes no sense.