Riv, I agree with you. I love wrestling, but I don't enjoy 14 minutes of guard with light body shots. My problem though is that too many people blame the wrestler, and not the guy who knew he was fighting a guy with good wrestling, but didn't come prepared to stop it. The UFC signs these elite D1 wrestlers, and then signs a bunch of strikers that haven't wrestled a day in their lives before they started MMA. Then the UFC matches those guys up, and when the wrestler does what got him there, and what is also the smartest way to win, he gets a ton of hate. What did everybody expect would happen? I mean sometimes you get a Hendo or a Hendricks, but for the most part when those guys mess with their successful formula, they hurt their career. Take Koscheck, he would probably have a few less L's on his record if he didn't go through a phase where he thought he was a top striker.