I am late as usual, but I bumped into a video of Combat Jiu-Jitsu. It has been sanctioned by the California State Athletic Commission and was created by Eddie Bravo. The catch to the the grappling is that you can strike when on the ground. Bravo said it’s for all those fantastic grapplers who, for some reason, don’t want to learn an entirely new skill set, but want to add a level of realism to their grappling game. He also claims it can be a gateway for grapplers (of all stripes) to ready themselves for MMA. It’s interesting, but admittedly, I don’t know what to make of it.
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