After watching a recent video breaking down why Khabib is so good at wrapping the legs on the ground and moving to mount, I'm convinced that we need to allow elbows to the back of the head when fighters are on their back. Wrestlers "defend" themselves from strikes with this passing technique by showing their opponent the back of their head. This is purely bullshit turtling, abusing the rules to prevent your opponent from punishing you. Elbows to the back of the head would stop this lame strategy extremely quickly. If Khabib doesn't want elbows to the back of the head, then he should not present that target to his opponent. And if I was one of his opponents and he tried this on me, I would immediately start elbowing him to the back of the head, illegal or not. They can DQ me if they want, but I'm not just letting him do that. I would encourage every single one of Khabib's opponents to go for the "illegal" elbows in that position, and eventually the UFC will need to do something. I've only ever seen one other such GUTLESS, little bitch strategy in the UFC -- that would be the finger on the ground to make yourself a "grounded fighter", and prevent knees from the front headlock position. That "finger on the ground" rule did get changed -- so hopefully this one does too. I do not want to see this Khabib leg wrap become a standard part of MMA, because it effectively prevents your opponent from striking you while you are on top of them.