that's the way the sport has been trending. they want to see big, flashy, impressive throws that you don't see in wrestling. it's why they're so quick to stand people up from a turtle. they don't want to 'waste time' on effective grappling when you can just stand people up and give them more chances to throw. is that 'realistic'? meh. we're wearing pajamas and fighting under a limited ruleset on foamy mats. the IJF thinks these constant changes will somehow cater a highlight sport to a nonexistent audience yet most matches still revolve around grip-fighting, resetting the action, or letting people groom themselves. i think for people from a wrestling background or people who watch MMA the lack of leg offense seems kinda silly. you'd think the pajamas and armbars would be enough to differentiate the sport, and you'd think you'd want to get some crossover audience from the other two sports, yet the powers-that-be seem to be more interested in convincing everyone how unique and special they are. the beauty of grappling is that there's no silver bullet. everything has a counter. it's all risk/reward. as for the spazzing, you're gonna have that with beginners. you can tell people to focus on technique til the cows come home but they're gonna want to 'oomph' everything and look like the big boys. it's the beginner's curse and a bit of Dunning/Kruger. it's why kids head into the terrain park their first day on a snowboard. it's why people hurt themselves crossfitting. it's why people want to argue with climate scientists. proficiency in even the basics of a something takes a considerable amount of time and effort and most people just lack the patience or self-awareness to realize how little their opinion means.