Originally Posted by Sinister
I wasn't implying his ground game was bad at all, I even said he tools anyone on the ground. But when you watch him on the ground, while it works very effectively just doesn't look like a very technical style.
Don't get me wrong, I wasn't accusing you of that at all. I just think Fedor's proven that a very rudimentary style of submission grappling (keylocks, americanas, armbars, etc) can be more effective in MMA than more technical maneuvers found in BJJ (triangle-chokes, gogoplatas, etc).