Brazilian JiuJutsu has come a long way from, the introduction by Count Maeda to the refinement by Helio Gracie. This martial art is quickly becoming very popular around world and obviously in the fight world. My question is this can be BJJ now be seen as JiuJutsu? Adopting the ideology by the Samurai that you live on practicing your techniques since they were effective or you simply die with them because its ineffective.
Can we now recognize it as living up to the name JiuJutsu that was originaly founded and not like the Mcdojos? I want this to be a serious discussion by martial artists and people who practice BJJ because right now BJJ has guided many martial artists to rethink what is fighting.