Let me start off by saying I am not anti BJJ by any means. I in fact LOVE BJJ, however one thing that came to my mind recently is the Derrick Lewis vs Roy Nelson fight. Roy who is a very high level black belt, could not keep derrick down, who is realistically a whitebelt. He even mounted him and Derrick would just post and stand up EVERY TIME. When Marcelo had that MMA fight against the Korean dude, he struggled to get him down and he would just stand-up everytime within seconds of going down. This is a common theme that I see. The point that I am getting is that BJJ is literally useless unless you can actually get it to the ground. I feel that BJJ guys often don't have the physicality of a "fighter" and they seem to burn out when it does not go their way. Anyone else agree? I love grappling, but guys get a false sense of security because they have better technique in PURE BJJ. I have met so many purples who would get destroyed by athletic wrestlers, and could easily just pick them up and slam them unconscious in a "street fight situation". If you are a BJJ guy, what steps can you do to match the intensity and strength of a monster wrestler? If you are a powerful guy , what technical steps can you take to avoid the ground?