In regards to bjj in the realm of throws; I would say judo and greco-Roman or folk style wrestling emphasizes throws much more (I trained both through high school and college). Once it gets to the ground, yea bjj rules all. I sparred a bjj fighter after my judo class back in my college club team days; I felt like a boss tossing him around even though he was considerably bigger than me (I power lifted as well, so strength played a factor in it). But by G-d, the moment we hit the mat, he would throw some triangle or Kimora on me before I landed. He also stuffed everything I tried applying on him. It was a lesson I never forgot.
Justino, 32, is unbeaten in her last 18 fights, with 16 of the wins by knockout and 10 of those coming in the first round. Fight fans believe that because she hasn't lost since her debut in May 2005 and has been so dominant in the Octagon, she must not have faced many quality opponents. That isn't the case. Justino has beaten the likes of Gina Carano, former Strikeforce women's bantamweight champion Marloes Coenen (twice), Shayna Baszler and Tonya Evinger. Baszler was the best female fighter in the world when Cyborg (18-1-1) beat her by second-round TKO in July 2008.