Pardon the analogy, but there is a scene in Batman Dark Knight where batman weaves a long steel cord under a truck driven by joker, then wraps the cord around a lightpost, and when the truck continues, it gets pulled off its axis by its own momentum. I said to my friend "THAT's jiu jitsu." Coming from a muay thai background, striking was always my first thought. Now I see how remarkably efficient submission grappling is. I used to think that the bigger the size discrepancy between my opponent meant the more important to stay off the ground, I actually now think the opposite. So few big dudes know how to grapple. On the ground, they are helpless. Changed my whole perspective on shit. Got a similar take? Chime in.