2016 F2W Colorado Nationals Nov 19th Denver! BJJ & NOGI Double Elimination $50 per division free ticket to #F2WPRO18 (Nov 18th) with every 2 divisions! Sign up online www.f2wbjj.com PLEASE SHARE WITH YOUR TEAM!
#F2WPRO13 is complete, that was a tough one. I really want to thank#Teamnosleep, all the fans and fighter on the show for putting up with us having to move the show outside and deal with the humidity and the slick mats. This was truly a mother fucker to pull this off thank y'all for the support and not bitching. Here are the results
Black Belt Baret Yoshida defeats Mike Reyna Choke Michael UncleMuffy Marrello defeats Simon Park decision Brick Welch defeats Andre Maneco footlock FOTN Steve Patterson defeats Chris Hartwig armbar Mark Vives defeats Joel Blanton Armbar Jeff Serafin defeats Tommy Woodruff decision Rajacic Aleksandar defeats Said Hatim heel hook SOTN Daniel Vianna defeats Mike Cimm armbar Brandon Batchelor defeats Steve Kinnison decision
BROWN BELT RESULTS Antoine Evans defeats Chris Reyes FOTN Matt Leighton defeats Kaelum Kalista armbar SOTN Doc Jimmy defeats Josh Passini choke Michael Hagl defeats Kent Rexford decision Danilo Borovic defeats Ashur Darmo split decision Blake Klassman defeats Eric Boleaga armbarr
Purple Belts Dania Aj defeats Taylor Biagi FOTN John Mejia defeats Artie Grubba decision Aaron Brooks defeats Caio Oliviera decision Alex Yablong defeats Brian Radtke Decision Matt Paul defeats Joe Debias choke Greyson Christian defeats Nicholas Spacek SOTN Eric Huebner defeats Chris Hubbart decision Nikki Sullivan defeats Cristina Anaya submisson Jeff Yumul defeats Eric Forschler choke
Teens and Kids Alex Salas defeats Brian Boleaga submisson Pauly Westoff defeats Kai Calcutt decision
Fight To Win Pro 12 Results Fighters Paid $30,641 in Salaries & Commissions Thanks for the support be back soon Arizona! Big thanks to Paul Nava for helping match up this show!
Black Belt Results Mackenzie Dern defeats Talita Alencar decision FOTN Benson Henderson defeats Jay Pages RNC Steve Judson defeats Shannon Ritch Armbar Daniel Madrid defeats Shawn Durfee decision Issa Able defeats David Farias heel hook Andrew Gardineer defeats Beau Tribolet Decision Diogo Moreno defeats Daniel Hampton decision Chris Cariaso defeats Michael Garcia decision Carlos Farias defeats JJ Pugsley neck crank Kevin Nicasio defeats Jose Munoz decision Logan Jewell defeats Daniel Grippaudo decision Christian Broadnax defeats Joey Medina decision Jonathan Van Buren defeats David Reilly armbar SOTN
BROWN BELT RESULTS Paris Stanford defeats Aaron Wilson Decision FOTN André Almeida defeats Wyatt Shepherd choke Vanessa Wexler defeats Lesliee Gardineer bow and arrow choke Thomas Keenan defeats Matt Blank triangle @Michael kaplan defeats Matt Mamolen decision Josh Rodriguez defeats Steeyle Levine darce SOTN Karen Kovach defeats Destiny Adviento decision
Purple Belt results Patrick Oskvarek defeats John Naylor foot lock Kevin LePert defeats Ian Foss Armlock John Cabay defeats Jeff Thornton kimura FOTN Jake Watson defeats JR Redfox straight ankle lock SOTN Tyson Antillon defeats Nicholas Larosa submission Korey Kerber defeats Anson Park decision
Here it is! Friendship Tournament this Oct 1st & 2nd! Kids will compete Saturday & Adults will compete Sunday. Guaranteed at least 2 fights, come out and let's have fun. I'll be posting application info shortly. Feel free to tag and share!— with Cleber Luciano.
Pound for Pound München BJJ, MMA & No GiMarcelo Alonso - BJJ Seminar We are happy to announce the sixth seminar of 2016 to be held at Pound for Pound Gym based in Munich with Marcelo Alonso one legend of the sport and one of the most famous Coaches of the Carlson Gracie Headquarter in Rio de Janeiro. 5th Degree Black Belt of Carlson Gracie Sr. and a former of many BJJ Champions. Don't miss this great opportunity to learn directly from the roots!!!
When: 29th of october (saturday) from 10:30 to 13:00 Gi
Investment for PFP members and Non-members: 40€
Where: Pound for Pound Gym Boschetsriederstrasse 60, 81379 Munich
Fulton BeerFulton Brew-Jitsu Fulton's Brew Jitsu is the first-of-it's-kind event bringing craft beer and Jiu Jitsu in an approachable atmosphere that speaks to both pros and amateurs alike Join us for a day of learning, drinking and action! Here's what the breakdown of the day is looking like (subject to change). Get ready to roll!
12:00pm: Doors open to seminar participants 1:00pm: Team photo on the mat 1:15pm: Seminars* with Chris McCune, Renato Tavares, Tryfon Stathopoulos and more 4:30pm: Open Mat 5:30pm: Doors open to spectators 5:30pm: Brewery tours, beer tastings, (mats clear) 6:30pm: Superfights begin! 9:00pm: Wrap it up and go home!
*Each seminar participator will receive 45 minutes of instruction from each professor and a custom 8" Fulton Brew-Jitsu Gi patch
SUPERFIGHTS: Brock Larson vs. Tryfon Stathopoulos Mayko Araujo vs. Renato Tavares Karen Antunes vs. Melissa Bentley Kelly Johnson vs. Robert Defranco Nick robinson vs. Bryant Pangelinan Mike Ellefson vs. Anthony Mitchell Damian Hirtz vs. Brian Marvin More to come!
Fulton's Brew-Jitsu is brought to you by Blood Sweat Chemo, Fuji Mats, Shoyoroll, and is in support of Mission 22.
Today, September 14, 2016 we celebrate the birth of Grand Master Carlos Gracie. The pioneer of the gentle art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Were he still with us today, we would be celebrating his 114th birthday.
Thank you very much Grand Master Carlos Gracie for sharing with us your wisdom and for showing us the way of an awesome life style and future through Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Rest in peace.
Grand Master Carlos Gracie September 14, 1902 to October 7, 1994
Stipe Miocic, Alistair Overeem, Jessica Andrade and Yancy Medeiros each brought home an additional $50,000 fight-night bonus check for their performances at UFC 203 Saturday night in Cleveland.
FIGHT OF THE NIGHT
Miocic and Overeem were awarded “Fight of the Night” honors for their Heavyweight Championship main event. The bout marked Stipe’s first title defense since taking the belt from Fabricio Werdum at UFC 198 in May and he was in front of his home crowd in Ohio against the former Strikeforce champ.
Cleveland is 100% behind Miocic who is also a full-time firefighter protecting his fellow Buckeyes. Miocic was dropped early in round one and was nearly submitted, but the Euclid native was able to regain his composure, got back to his feet and put ‘the Reem’ on his heels in the standup. Eventually Miocic scored a takedown and postured up with big punches that knocked Overeem out with just 33-seconds to go in the opening frame.
PERFORMANCE OF THE NIGHT #1
Andrade scored her second straight finish at strawweight with a first round guillotine choke submission of Scotland’s Joanne Calderwood. Andrade scored early with a couple of big slams and then dominated on the ground with top control and heavy strikes. This eventually set up a scramble that saw Andrade hop on a choke for the tap. Their bout opened the pay-per-view card.
PERFORMANCE OF THE NIGHT #2
In the only preliminary card fight to air on Fight Pass, Medeiros earned his performance bonus with a second round submission of Sean Spencer. The bout marked Medeiros’s debut at welterweight and he kept a high pace against Spencer in a pretty even first round. In round two Medeiros hurt Spencer with a high kick then jumped on his back for the rear-naked choke finish at the 49-second mark.
Are you a BJJ practitioner? Are you a BJJ competitor?? Are you a MMA Fighter?? Are you a Martial Arts FAN?????
If you said YES for 1 of my questions I'm sure you wont miss this opportunity to meet one of the best BJJ black belts all the time.
The 1st BJJ World Champion and American Top Team co-founder is coming to teach a Seminar atAtt Okc on September 24th at 10AM.
The Seminar is open for all gyms, if you have interest inbox me to more details, also if you register before September 22nd you can participate in theCentury Cmas class on Friday September 23rd at Century Martial Arts!
O-Soto-Gari. It’s different if you have perfect circumstances with momentum and positioning to effortlessly perform a hip throw or different sweep, but all else being equal, I’d say O-Soto-Gari.
O-Soto-Gari (“Large Outer Reaping”) gives you maximum leverage and allows an easy synergy between upper and lower body, coordinating all your strength without requiring perfect timing, a vulnerable position, or the gift of momentum. It’s a quick, simple move that’s easier to pull off on a heavy opponent than a hip throw that requires lifting them or one of the other sweeps more dependent on timing, extreme mainipulation or an already off-balanced opponent.