Hypertrophy isnt evil... just not ideal for a sport where two things most athletes deal with less.
body weight and recovery from training are such issues.
other athletes like o-lifters even power lifters have weight classes but those are a little different
the Big issue is recovery to do a BB style work out for 90% of people who want to roll a little or box a little is fine.
For those who are more serious its going to impact your recovery. Allot.
and its going to work some muscles, that might not really be all the necessary like say the bench press,
when other lifts might a combat athlete better like say a clean.
Moving up in weight is difficult while preserving body composition flexiility etc.. If your small as in under 150lbs then its not such a big issue.
Ive said it before strength training is great as long as it does not impact your ability to recover for skill work.
Skill work, conditioning, Iron find room for all three.
I Like the WSFSB3 from defranco Its for inseason atheletes. Its different form a true west side template
in that its for people who are using strength training to enhance other sports , not make strength training their focus. Its 4 days a week.
Im doing the Eric Cressey program maximum strenght- its good too like defranco its 4 days a week. cycles in phaes and has a built in deload.
I would recommend reading about Prelipins table for a good rep scheme.
you could skin the cat hundreds of ways-
what is your training and eating like now?
what are your goals specifically?