With some of the recent additions of elite judo players to the UFC, like Lombard and Rousey, I would like to know how some of you educated grapplers think that judo stacks up against bjj? On the ground, how well would an elite judo artist be able to defend himself versus an elite bjj artist? And how would he be able to handle himself offensively? I mostly only know about judo and bjj from what I've been taught through years of being a dedicated MMA fan, and since bjj is a lot more prominent, it's really the judo aspects that I don't know too much about - apart from the bits we've seen from the likes of Fedor, Akiyama, Rousey and Lombard (I've seen a bit of judo in the Olympics as well though). It seems pretty obvious that judo provides for a lot better takedowns/trips/throws, but what about the high-level technical aspects on the ground that bjj is mostly about? Is judo viable here? Any insight on techniques and just general knowledge on both styles and how they stack up against each other would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance!