the link posted shows each country’s interpretation of judo. They incorporate their own grips, strategy and philosophy. Brazilian judo is very different to Mongolian judo but it is still judo.
If you have been training BJJ since 1993, a lot has changed since UFC 2. From eddies rubber guard to the imahari roll, many of these new techniques weren’t even created in Brazil so why call it Brazilian?A lot of these techniques were established in America, therefore it should be considered American jiu jitsu. A lot of these American jiu jitsu schools are moving towards leg locks which is frowned upon in BJJ.
just like the video I posted, there is no disrespect towards Brazil but it is silly not to acknowledge the different of jiu jitsu. Looking at how khabib triangled gaetche, it was very reminiscent of Russian judo that emphasized power and conditioning rather than leverage and timing in Brazil, therefore I would call that Russian jiu jitsu or sambo.
At what point does it stop being Brazilian and something else? Should we call it American Brazilian jiu jitsu (which I think is stupid)?