So I was reading an article with Shields and he mentioned his American Jiu-jitsu. Now I understand the context of his quote but I am wondering if that should/could become a form of martial arts? We all know martial arts evolve, BJJ being a great example, and there was a great article the other day on another mma site how wrestling is the most dominant form of martial arts in mma right now. I have thought for years a great with great wrestling and subs would be the ideal prototype on the ground. And there are a few guys who have this quality to some degree (Shields, Hughes) I know there have been threads about MMA's impact on martial arts and how the kids training today in all types from the beginning are the future of the sport. So what do you guys think about this being the next steps in MMA and being officially recognized?