Get his thoughts on how BJJ has changed since he started training.
What was his 1st expossure to BJJ?
Has he ever used his BJJ in a street/self defense situation?
Does he think BJJ is for everyone, or is it primarily for fighting/fighters?
Does he think the future for BJJ is growth as a sport, and regression of a self defense system or art?
Has recent MMA painted BJJ in a light that is not as flattering as it once was, with many fighters being very well rounded, it would appear BJJ is not a complete art?
What does he think of the gracie academy's opinion of most BJJ schools focusing on a sportive techniques/philosophies for the begging of training, then adding the self defense stuff later almost as a final hurdle to brown/black belt. Is this an accurate accessment, and why has this method become the standard?
"History is written by the victors" Winston Churchill
Wash your Gi/gear after every training session!
Last edited by LocalNmass; 12-20-2012 at 07:01 PM.