Ive been thinking, a lot of people point to yellow cards in pride, but in a way that takes away the wrestlers ability to "grind" which is something that happens in a real fight. Now im not saying mma is a real fight, but I'm just saying that taking away someones ability to wrestle (just because you yourself can't) is too much of a rule manipulation. Imagine if nobody knew how to jab and one guy learned. Now this jab isnt going to finish the fight, but it keeps him in control. He suffocates the other fighters offense with a jab and the fight drags on with no finish in sight. Now imagine if he got a yellow card for stalling. He wouldnt right? Because the long use of the jab eventually sets up a right hand, finishing the fight. Just like how a long wrestling sequence can lead to a gnp or submission finish. This is my main problem with yellowcarding. Another issue is using knees on the ground. I think,this would make it easier for wrestlers to finish fights, but the ufc will never allow it. Ive heard taking away elbows would allow guys to get subs because of throwing punches and exposing arms. In the end it seems we just have to deal with it. Any thoughts or suggestions on a good way to increase action on the ground?