A lot of great stuff coming up soon. Make sure to save the dates. Sat Jul 26 10am BJJ BELT PROMOTIONS Where: Broomfield, CO Fri Aug 15 7pm Malory Martin and Coach Daymar Ortiz – Fight Club, Fight To Win Promotions Where: National Western Complex, 4655 Humboldt St, Denver, CO Sat Aug 16 Professor Luiz Claudio… Read more »
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This is his first appearance since the nasty leg break at UFC 168.
RICKSON GRACIE Rickson, third son of Helio Gracie, was born into Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. At six years old he began competing, at fifteen he started to teach the art, and at eighteen he received his black belt. At age twenty, Rickson won his first awe-inspiring victory against the famous 230-pound Brazilian brawler, Zulu, who until that… Read more »
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ROYCE GRACIE Royce Gracie is the sixth son of Grand Master Helio Gracie. He received his blue belt at age 16 and was promoted to black belt in less than two years. Royce moved to the United States at age 18 to live with his brother, Rorion, and quickly adapted to the schedule of teaching… Read more »
Here is the full episode to the countdown show for UFC 168
Happy Holidays!!! Wishing you all a safe and wonderful holiday season!
As UFC 168 approaches everyone is wondering what the results will be. Much anticipated is the rematch between Ronda Rousey against Meisha Tate. Here is the countdown video to the fight.
HELIO GRACIE In 1914, jiu-jitsu master Esai Maeda, also known as Count Coma, was given the opportunity to travel to Brazil as part of a large Japanese immigration colony. In Brazil, in the northern state of Para, he befriended Gastão Gracie, an influential businessman, who helped Maeda get established. To show his gratitude, Maeda offered… Read more »
There are a few different versions of where Jiu Jitsu came from and how Gracie or Brazilian Jiu Jitsu was originated. The one factor that is more or less undisputed is the fact that Esai Maeda introduced the traditional art of Ju Jitsu to Brazil during the late 1800′s and that the Gracie family, among… Read more »