Mixed bag, but overall adds up to knowing at least one counter to any body part and/or less-than-a-bullet weapon thrown at me...and at least one way to use pretty much anything and everything as a weapon.
With a user name like "sensei", presume you query from experience?
Well, my mixed bag does include a ground game. Not Olympic level or anything--my high school didn't even have it as a sport. But took a one credit college course in wrestling, finished second in my weight class (148 at the time), got a B instead of an A because the coach had picked me to win it and the other guy outsmarted me in the championship match (intramural tournament required for grade). I may have forgiven him for that but am pretty sure I nursed a grudge for at least the next 40 years.
That said, that turned out to be the best one credit of instruction I ever took. Saved me a number of times, especially those times when another dude wanted to throw his weight around but a fistfight would have been a touch inappropriate--such as maintaining pecking order in the Army. And the time a college buddy took offense after hours of playing nickel ante poker through the night and put my teeth through my upper lip with a beautiful left hook (he was a lefty). And a few dozen others.
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