I've seen comments over the past few months on the forums here that ju-jits is dead in MMA. Particularly in relation to wrestling being drastically better. I'm curious if people think that this is really the case or simply that wrestlers are able to start at a much younger age in most places? I don't know of any elementary schools in the US with a ju-jitsu program, but youth wrestling programs are fairly common. Is it simply that the strengths of JJ are based in being able to surprise your opponent with it and no one is really surprised anymore? I'd like to think that there is no one style of MMA that really just trumps all others but it is looking more and more the case. Can anyone think of good reasons to refute the claim that Ju-jitsu is ending it's time in MMA.