In Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu the emphasis is on ground fights and final grips, which includes joint stretching and chokes. The principle is the following: the advantage of a bigger and stronger enemy is that their hands are longer which means they can hit harder, but its effect less during a ground fight.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu teaches a wide range of techniques of how to push the fight to the ground after a hold. As soon as the enemy is on the ground there are several moves (and countermoves) in our hands to capture the enemy for the final attack. Achieving a dominant position on the ground is one of the trademarks of the style in Jiu-Jitsu. With the efficiency of Jiu-Jitsu, it is essential in today's professional fighting (MMA, Cage fight). All the MMA fighters has practice in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu beside the kick-box and Thai-box.
Training methods includes technical exercises, fights focus on exact technical elements and full contact practices. Trainings are focusing on finishing fights on the ground that's why they aren't using punches throughout trainings. This way fighters train on such fast pace that it's almost like a contest condition.