so the,weight if yoyr aguement is two vague assurances that you cant back up and one dodgy vid and from that youve reached a conclusion for all tmasI think you misunderstood, then.
to be clear, this isn't about whether it was a successful fight or not. It's whether his skills transferred from one context (training/sparring) successfully to another (fighting). BJJ has real issues in a fight. Alone, it can be a problem. That's not my point. I'm not arguing one style over another. I'm strictly talking about transfer of learning. Does a person's skill in one context transfer successfully to another. A BJJ guy, good or bad, is skilled enough that you will see those skills clearly in a fight. A boxer or MMA fighter is skilled enough that you will see those skills clearly in a fight. They translate clearly. Emin Boztepe's WC was unrecognizable as WC in the real fight we have on tape.
So, yeah, transfer of learning is all around us. You provided several examples yourself.
im still waitibg for your claim it all around us,