What does the term "smash" mean in a BJJ context?
I had to get beaten up by better guys to get good and the current whitebelts deserve to get smashed too.
The upper belts I rolled with have all tried to smash me.
I'm delighted when a lower belt asks me to roll, I'll never be offended by it, and I won't smash them for their audacity.
Some people will have tantrums if you destroy them, others will be fine with it so long as you're nice about it and don't do it all the time. I was the happiest camper in the world the first time one of our smaller guys said "I'm competing this weekend, do you mind if I turn up the intensity this roll, I really want to work on getting my submissions nice and crisp". Maybe I'm just crazy, but it was pretty fun to get tapped fifteen times in ten minutes.
I can infer smashing is done while rolling and full-speed in some sense. Is smashing simply quickly defeating an opponent? Is it mean? Does smashing imply a skill gap, or do you smash someone of equal skill as well?