Originally Posted by BigBanda
I dont know. I've seen great wrestlers add on grappling. I do know what you mean about wrestlers having a hard time adapting to grappling though since the thing you are defending most in wrestling is keeping off your back. I guess depends on who you are and if you can adapt. The point i was making with Chuck.... his primary offense is actually all to do with countering. He is an excellent counter striker and he trains to defend takedowns and standing back up when taken down. This is exactly what we see Chuck do in just about all his fights. He makes it so that his opponent is forced to stand and then its lights out.
And I love him for that.