Join Date: May 2006
Location: New York City, New York
There are way too many factors here to make this something that can be considered easily. There's an enormous range in terms of "unsold" streefighters. Some can't even throw a significant punch, so the odds would be stacked much higher.
It also depends on the level of comfort in the ground game and the approach to the ground game. There are a lot of very good grapplers who have styles of grappling that don't translate well to a streetfight, and there are lots that do.
Generally, though, the odds are always going to be stacked in favor of the guy with the most training, and guys who can score takedowns are going to, generally, be capable of neutralizing an incompetent opponent on the street; this is an important lesson learned from the old Gracie videos. If you can't grapple, then you're in a lot of trouble once the fight hits the ground.
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