Re: **ESB: Lynchburg's let's talk about BJJ Thread
My take on BJJ is this - the guard is most important. Having a dangerous guard means that you can focus on your standup game without fear of being taken down because you know you can fight your way off your back.
When someone is bigger and stronger than you - either go for the choke or an ankle. Going for an arm or leg can leave you vulnerable as a larger fighter can muscle their way through it.
Chokes are the great equalizer. Specialize in them. I know more gi chokes than I can remember and I like it that way. I'm not a MMA fighter - but I will choke your ass to sleep in the street with your shirt, pants, underwear - whatever you're wearing.