I was watching the WWF last night from my seat on a JetBlue flight, and saw Kevin Federline beat John Cena in a fight that demonstrated how useless grappling is in the street. Cena, who looked like he had about 70 pounds of muscle on K-Fed, had K-Fed up for his big finishing slam (a grappling move) when Ummaga came out and totally beat down Cena entirely with strikes. Since it was no-DQ (just like the street), K-Fed then covered Cena for the win. However, even without the useless grappling pin, it was clear that K-Fed would have won by TKO.
Lessons for the street?
A) Grappling doesn't work, even if you outweigh your opponent.
B)Even if you think you are big and muscular and can bully some skinny guy, you will probably lose.
C)In your dojo with your safe rules and no strikes, it's ok to mess with K-Fed, but NOT in the streets.