Or at least the IBJJF rules of competition? I was watching a few matches the other day on YouTube with all of the well-known guys, the guys who dedicate their entire lives to jiu jitsu and train every day, multiple times a day, and that's all they ever do. I wasn't impressed with any of the performances. I saw one guy chill and stall out in 50/50 guard and another guy never passing. Nothing was happening. The guy on top never passed but won and then proceeded to cheer and fistpump like he achieved something huge and like he even did anything at all, when in reality he didn't do a damn thing. People dedicate their lives for performances like these? Performances and matches that don't pay anything, mind you. Seems like a lot of sacrifice and not a whole lot of pay off. It seems the only pay off would be for bragging rights and the ego. I feel like these type of matches don't prove who's more skilled or who's better, it just proves who's more skilled in exploiting the holes in the scoring system. I feel like any number of recreational grapplers I've seen who treat this as a hobby could have done the exact same thing that I saw in that match. If I'm at all looking at competition the wrong way, I'd like to hear your what you guys think.