I've been viewing the forums for a while now, but this will be my first official post... It's been said that it is better to fear the man that has done one move 1000 times rather than the man that has done 1000 moves 1 time. When I wrestled, I was taught that it was the "bread and butter" moves that made the difference, and I agree... I only practiced 2 moves from bottom position, and could execute these moves consecutively over and over until it worked or my opponent was out of position. This worked for me, far better than learning a bunch of moves and being mediocre at them. However, with submissions, might it be better to have a larger repetoire of submissions, for different positions and situations? I was thinking that while in wrestling, you are always in position to hit a move, would submission fighting be different in that you have to be in a certain position before you can effectively set up a submission? Or would quality still rule over quantity? Sorry if this has been discussed before, I couldnt find a thread, but I was wondering what some of the opinions from this board were?