Re: What technique would you apply to neutralize Brazilian Jujitsu attacker
I think Anthony Towsley probably had the best advise. It is wise to have a little BJJ training, or at least exposure. Movement is important. Don't be there when they shoot for the legs. If they do shoot for the legs, like suggested, make them pay. Knees are great in that situation. If they do get you down, most Aikido techniques won't do much for you on their turf. I would also suggest attacking soft and vulnerable areas of their body. It's a difficult situation no doubt, but with a little training, it can be done.