Maybe it's more like a Liger (half lion/half tiger).
It's not important.
On the one hand, we have Rener Gracie back at it again with a very precise, Gracie-style breakdown of an actual sequence that employed BJJ in a popular MMA event. On the other hand, that sequence is from the Carlos Eduardo Rocha ("Ta Danado") v. Jake Ellenberger fight from this past Saturdays' UFC 126. And, as you've hopefully seen, we've been hyping the hell out of Ta Danado because he applies real BJJ submission skills in the cage (something that is becoming very rare in modern day MMA).
Rener (alongside Rhalan Gracie, son of Relson) also does a good job breaking down the Jon Jones modified guillotine choke over Ryan Bader from the same event.
Watch this and learn. It's great stuff.