Originally Posted by the_dark_angel_4ever
Can't say I entirely agree, but it's a step in the right direction.
The term "effective aggression" bothers me though, especially when it comes to grappling. If a fighter is on his back, in guard, and attacking with submissions but isn't actually able to secure one and finish the fight, is that still considered EFFECTIVE?
^^ Yes, it is interesting how a strike that connects, yet fails to KO an opponent is still given quite a bit of consideration, but a submission that fails, even if it was sunk pretty good isn't typically given much weight other than time spent with octagon control.