We have all seen BJ play with rubber guard once and while but I think if he truley plays rubber guard in this fight it might be the best way to set up subs on Sherk. Sherk is going to look get top position any way he can, even in the guard...so he can GnP BJ and get the TKO. I mean that much is no secret.....but BJ can totally stop Sherk from doing that by using rubber guard. Break his posture and hold him down until he gets frustrated and makes the mistake of posturing up into a gogoplata or omoplata....or he will throw a wild punch with his free hand looking to score points and BJ can catch him in the triangle! All Eddie Bravo nuthugging aside...I seriously think this is the best way for BJ to control the fight, frustrate Sherk and set up subs. I dont think BJ should play this fight from his back but I DO think that if he does end up on his back he should look for rubber guard.