Correct me if I'm wrong on this but it seems like most people get into BJJ via an interest in MMA(at least in the U.S.). If this assumption is correct, why isn't there a greater amount of nogi information, instructionals, etc. It seems like any big name competitor either puts out exclusively gi material or highly skewed toward gi information. For example Marcelo, Robson, and Saulo all have nogi instructionals but have a lot more gi instructionals. Obviously this is because there are more options for the gi giving a greater bank of techniques. However, all 3 have nogi instructions that are anything but basic proving that nogi isn't just a very basic version of gi. However people like Cyborg, Maia, Jacare have only put out gi instructionals. This I feel is interesting because (aside from Cyborg) they are known widely for their nogi MMA technique. Then there's by far the most popular video for BJJ, Mastering the Rubber Guard which is devoted to nogi and has helped EB start an cult army of followers. Seeing as that most people who practice are WBs who think they can learn everything from watching videos (yes I was one) wouldn't it make more sense for there to be a greater deal of nogi info economically? It's basic supply and demand. It's just kind of lame that there is all this amazing gi instruction but very few good, well explained, nogi material. Thoughts?