Quick summary for lazy ppl: I got destroyed. lol... For those who want to know more about: My friend who is a blue belt toyed with me as he pleased, I tapped like a girl (don't kill me for this phrase) multiple times. After a warm up and drilling techniques I was dead tired, then rolling killed me for good. And now I also have sore throat because I was rear naked choked (drills) a few times and I have a big Adam's apple, which is not fun when pushed inside hard. I also tapped from a forearm squeeze while being mounted, like a bitch, lol. I was tapping like a madman. Knee on the belly multiple times also is no fun.All the watching of the UFC didn't make me superhuman, nor did it promote me to a brown belt right away, damnit. (edit// BUT! At least sometimes I knew that he was going for this sub or that sub.. I tried to fight off but.. didn't have power to do it and the technique to do it... BUT when he let me try arm bar or a triangle, I actually did it well and he said it felt strong, the type of strong that if I caught him with it without him handing it to me on a silver platter- he would tap from the pressure.) But I loved it and will return to action soon, as soon as my body lets me, lol. To get my revenge I always appreciated the ground battle in the UFC, but now I will even appreciate passing the guard like never before since I know how hard it is when someone actually knows what they are doing... And it made me want to pay attention to every minute detail so that I can try to remember and implement it into my own piss-poor game for the next time Also I had no idea it can be so exhausting. Also, I always thought being on top in the guard is pretty safe... I know what he can do, I watch the UFC! lol. Don't put your hands on the mat Joe Rogan said, don't do it. Ok, I'm fine, my hands are not on the mat.. wait.. I'm getting armbarred, what's happening! Or "how the hell did he just sweep me!" or "I know what you want to do, you want to get that fancy mounted triangle on me ala maia/Sonnen... wait.. wait..damn it!!" /// Little additional info: For those who were wondering, I'm 29, not fat, but not well conditioned, was lifting before but stopped coz of injury, got to lift a bit again before I joined the class that's why I wasn't so sore the day after. And I actually want to try out Judo too, but we will see. Cheers guys. Hope you enjoyed the story and I encourage all of you Sherdoggers who only like to criticize fighters to actually move from the sofa and go to a BJJ class or any other martial art. You will get more out watching the fights and the appreciation for the technique will also be higher. For those who have didn't enjoy or Too long didn't read even the summary, to make up for it: Sorry, I'm not a tiny chicks lover so making up only for guys that have my taste.