You grapplers know that going full-out, we also learn to fight (habitually) in a way as to not injure our opponent. Take armbars for example; put one on fast and tighten till tap. But, that's NOT what I am talking about. I'm talking about when someone has me behind the neck with their hand. If I grab his hand and bang up hard on the elbow, it would snap or at least hyp-extend his elbow. He'd be done and I'd be disqualified. And we know that there are plenty of subs and dangerous throws like that, beyond our sportsman conduct, that we know. And plenty we saw in the beginning and have forgotten. Anyway, could this one day be more involved into mma? Easily. Why isn't it? I'm no top striker, and if I fight one you can be sure he will aim to 'put his fist thru the back of my head'. Look at Tre Telligman. Matua. Knelson. Carried out on stretchers by strikes. I cant help but feel at a disadvantage. I would rather fight Yoshida than Tank Abbott anyday. The strikers rules went from 12-16 oz. gloves to basically leather bag gloves, so they can still let them go. Grapplers have been giving the same as at practice. I also have a better grip without mma gloves and RNC would be easy. Just shooting the shit here. Not saying that it should be that way. But fighting a striker in mma would be same as in the street. A grappler in mma is simple- I'll just tap. A grappler-fighter in the street? I'll take the KO.