Quote Originally Posted by Matt Phillips View Post
Actually, it means you can defend yourself.
Only against people who can't grapple, wrestle or strike, Matt.

I do want to echo some of the things said here and also encourage you to continue but get some qualified instruction. High percentage things are always better than gimmicky attacks because they work even when someone knows they are coming. There is a guard that I like but a lot of my training partners have figured out how to defend it but if I switch to a standard open guard I get more dangerous due to the amount of high percentage attacks that I have from there.

Good luck in your training!