The aim is to neutralise your opponent using ground techniques to obtain a dominant position, or using submissions (joint locks, strangleholds, muscle compressions) to force your opponent to surrender (without having to strike a single blow).
Initially developed as a system of self-defence, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu was revealed to the world with the first mixed martial arts combats organised in the United States, establishing itself as an effective way of overcoming a stronger adversary by bringing the combat to the floor. Since then, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu has developed as a sport in its own right with competitions and federations around the world.
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