1.) I'm an average height but real stocky/short limbed muscular BJJ guy, maybe comparable to Filho but a little taller so naturally I work a lot of half guard and butterfly guard and have a strong top game. I'm just finishing my second year of BJJ and no-gi training and lately, I've been thinking about incorporating a lot more leg locks into my game and I've been thinking about various BJJ guys who are known for their leg locks and they all seem to be taller or at least leaner guys with lankier frames. My question is, is their a particular frame suited best to be a leg lock guy? I've been thinking that my shorter legs could actually be an advantage for me as I could make them easier to hide and the other guy's legs will be more exposed than mine will be. The main reason I want to become more leg lock competent is that I don't think someone will be expecting someone with my frame/skillset to be good with leglocks. That could be a completely stupid question but I've just been thinking about it a lot lately. 2.) My second question is on how you guys think Pellegrino vs Diaz is going to play out. I think Nick was a brown when he submitted Gomi, do you think Nate might be able to submit Kurt? I'm definetely going to be rooting for Nate in this one but a lot of people seem to think that the antidote for Nate and Nick's particular guard game are wrestlers with a strong base and great BJJ defense. I know Pellegrino just beat Alberto Crane and was able to fend off all of his sub attacks from Alberto's guard, I just think both the Diaz bros. have better guards for MMA. We all saw how different guards are better suited for MMA when Rani Yahya couldn't submit Chase Beebe in a 5 round fight and Miguel Torres, a brown belt, completely tooled Beebe from his back. I know a few people post here that train with the Diaz's, do you think Nate can sub Kurt, a BJJ black belt with a strong wrestling backround?