So yesterday at practice this guy came in and talked to our coach and asked if he could train with us. My coach said sure. The guy i guess was an mma fighter on the local circuit. After warm ups when we got to drilling technique, he came up to our group of 3 and asked if he could drill with us so we said sure. We talked a little bit though about who he is/where he is from. He told us he is an mma fighter on the local circuit just looking for some extra training in wrestling. He said he trained with State champs, national champs, basically a lot of high level guys. He said that he is a good wrestler. Well so we get to drilling technique and he has a solid blast double leg and a decent lat drop. We get to drilling top moves and the coach says to drill chicken wings. He asks us what a chicken wing is so we tell him, but not without asking him how he doesn't know a chicken wing if he trained with a lot of good wrestlers. He said that he thought wrestling was a Takedown art and didn't know it involved ground stuff. We asked him if he knew that matches end via pin and he said yes so we asked well you thought you could get someone on their back without a pinning combo? He said he thought if you get a takedown it is a pin cause you will land in the guys guard. So me knowing mma and bjj i told my friends what was up with this dude and then we were going to show him how to do a chicken wing after all of this and he said nah I'm fine I just want to do stand up stuff. He left the mat room. Moral of the story: I fucking hate when mma people talk wrestling stuff and think they know how to "wrestle" because they know how to do a double leg. There is much more to wrestling than what mma guys refer to as "wrestling". A lot of the fucking guys that trash on Cary Kolat's videos because you can get arm barred or crucifixed etc. from doing that move also piss me off. This is fucking wrestling where that isn't allowed. Leave wrestling alone, please. Any other wrestlers on here know what I'm talking about. Also, the guy that dropped in that practice most likely attended a takedown class (which he thought takedown=wrestling) and there were some high level wrestlers there and he did a round or two of live wrestling with them.