Listen up, my dear friend, let me tell you a story about the dangers of underestimating a BJJ enthusiast's prowess in grappling.
Picture this: you're walking down a dimly lit street when suddenly, a burly figure steps out from the shadows, its that guy you've been talking shit about to your friends. You tense up, ready to defend yourself, but the figure embraces you in a tight hug before you know it. And Quickly before you know it you get hit by the earth and on the ground.
You see, my friend, BJJ enthusiasts are sneaky creatures. They may appear harmless and have friendly demeanours but don't be fooled if you cross one of these creatures. Once their arms are wrapped around you, they can easily take you down to the ground and put you in a submission hold faster than you can say "Omoplata".
In a street fight, the last thing you want is to be caught in a tight hug by a skilled BJJ practitioner. They can use their body weight to control you, and before you know it, you're tapping out or worse, knocked out.
So, my dear friend, be wary of pushing a BJJ practitioner to give you free hugs in a street fight. They may seem innocent, but they can quickly turn into a deadly trap. Stay alert, stay safe, and if you need a hug, stick to your trusted friends and family.