Not really, but I'm really annoyed right now. IJF (the Judo world governing body) has a history of dicking around with the rules to "manage" advantages and stifle adaptation and evolution of the sport. For example, a while back they introduced grip rules - you can't have anything other than a standard grip (one hand on one side of the body, one hand on the other side of the body) for more than 5 seconds without attacking - because they were upset that a bunch of russians and eastern europeans started using some nonstandard grips and winning matches. So instead of letting the sport evolve, and letting people figure out how to counter it, they banned it. Well, they're doing it again. They decided they want to outlaw all "initial attacks" with the hands against the legs. So things like morote gari - sort of a double leg takedown - are now illegal. But not totally illegal. You just can't attack with it. You can grab the legs for a throw as part of a combination, if you miss your first throw. Or as a counter. Why, you ask? Because they want judo to look different from bjj and wrestling. I've heard talk about testing it out at the junior worlds, but it looks like it's going to become a permanent rule change. So instead of "learn to sprawl if you don't want to get thrown with it", it's now "lol you can't do it". They don't do stupid shit like this in BJJ, do they?