Perhaps, back in the early days of UFC (before they enbraced "rules"), Krav Maga could have dominated because it is a true "street fighter" style that does not concern itself with petty concepts like "rules" and "honor" that have absolutely no place in a true life-or-death back alley fight. Oh, how I would have loved to see Royce Gracie get beaten the frakk down by a KM fighter around UFC 3. It would have taken that smug smile off his Brazillian Ju Jitsu face and rearrainged it into a mass of pulped flesh and teeth.
Yeah, I don't care for the Gracie clan or how they influenced the direction of UFC and MMA in general. In the ring or octagon, a KM fighter would have a hard time. On the street though, I would put my money on a well-trained KM fighter over the best UFC heavyweight champ any day of the week.
I am crazier than a padded room full of Charlie Mansons! Sgt. Renee Jordan PUMC, PUV James Keeling