– Believes that BJJ is more for self-defense rather than sport.
– Is more of a pressure passer than a guard player; feels uncomfortable on their back.
– Will only wear a white gi with plenty of corporate patches.
– Is proficient with takedowns.
– Never lends out their athletic tape, thinks everyone should have their own.
– Always wears a rashguard.
– Practices BJJ more for sport, rather than for self-defense.
– Is more of a guard player rather than a passer, comfortable on their back.
– Will wear any color gi, sometimes mixing pant and jacket colors. Patches may have messages intended to provoke others.
– Not so good with takedowns; will generally pull guard and work off of their back.
– Believes that the gym should charge extra to supply water and athletic tape to everyone in class.
– Tend to wear funny rashguards and/or graphic tees under the gi.
– Practices BJJ simply because they are free to do so.
– Lets the other person choose whether to play guard, or take the top.
– Wears white, black, blue or more particularly; a camouflaged gi. Doesn’t like many patches, if any.
– Will pull guard or go for the takedown; so long as no one forces them to do either.
– Has a solid base of fundamentals, enhanced by YouTube.
– Never wears a rashguard (men).
– Thinks you should mind your business about why they do Jiu Jitsu.
– Always ends up in crazy positions, broadly forsaking fundamentals.
– Wears outrageously colored gis; namely red and green, and early batch shoyoroll gis.
– Likes to go for judo throws that they have never practiced before.
– Never attempts the techniques that Professor taught in class.
– Creates new techniques; and gives old techniques new names.
– Tony Peranio WBBJJ