Ever noticed when ur watching a UFC match that, everytime a great wrestler is put on his back (it happens sometimes), he just reverses the position in two seconds and ends back up on top. Alot of these moves are when there isnt even an established position, its more of a scramble. Also, it seems like alot of these moves are not ur typical Bjj sweeps as those come from when two fighters are in an official grapping position (mount, guard, etc.). Alot of people say you cant teach scrambling, blah blah. I think thats a load of bullshit, as wrestling is basically the sport of takedowns and scrambles. Im sick of so many MMA gyms that just ignore wrestling except for takedowns. They just assume if u never wrestled in high school that its too late and are perfectly content living in denial and only teaching BJJ. I love BJJ and I realize that it is extremely effective, but I feel that if a grappler really wants to get good he should train wrestling just as much as BJJ, especially if hes never wrestled before this will make him a much more complete grappler. If wrestlers do so well in MMA, why dont high level MMA schools hire wrestling coaches to teach WRESTLING. ACTUAL WRESTLING. Im not just talking about phony "wrestling" classes at some MMa schools where they just practice takedowns and as soon as the match goes to the ground it becomes a BJJ match. I would love to see Wrestling classes at MMA schools that are exactly like the wrestling practices in High school and college. With real live wrestling rolling. I seriously think it would make a BJJ guy a much better grappler within months of some good wrestling training. Am I the only one who feels this? Where can I learn to wreslte? I want to do both wrestling and BJJ.