250lb Weightlifter Vs. 150lb Purple Belt World Champion

 

It’s not that you don’t know how this is going to go, but that you will find it interesting how many times things go the way you think they are gonna go. 😂

 

 

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Old ADCC Events Added To Amazon Prime Video For Free!

 

For those that are new to Jiu-Jitsu ADCC stands for the Abu Dhabi Combat Club. While the IBJJF is the major leagues of BJJ, ADCC is where the best athletes go to get paid and earn further prestige. It is truly a feat to become an IBJJF world champ, but it is something else all together to be able to claim that you won Abu Dhabi.

The early Abu Dhabis are loaded with the legends of the sport battling it out for the ultimate grappling world title. Amazon has recently released quite a few events for free if you have prime! (who doesn’t have prime these days?)

Links are below for your convenience!

 

ADCC Greatest Matches Volume 1 -> Click here

ADCC 2003 Absolute Tournament -> Click here

ADCC 2003 Under 77kg Tournament -> Click here

ADCC 2003 Under 66kg Tournament -> Click here

ADCC 2003 Over 99kg Tournament -> Click here

ADCC 2003 Over 99kg Tournament -> Click here

I also just noticed this 2 hour jem by Roy Dean that I will be watching tonight! -> Roy Dean – Pure Rolling Jiu-Jitsu Explained

 

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Blue Belt Submits A Black Belt In Less Than A Minute

 

Blue Belt Devin Genchi hits his signature submission hold, the Genchitine, on a BJJ Black Belt in less than 1 minute. This powerful submission is a mix between the Guillotine choke and the dreaded Crucifix – creating two types of excruciating pressure that will force your opponent to submit.

 

Check it out below!

 

 

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Rare Footage Of Jon Jones Collegiate Wrestling

 

Jon’s opponent in the video is Kurt Backes who was an NCAA D1 Runner-Up and multiple time All-American.

 

He didn’t even have to use his wrestling in his latest fight against Daniel Cormier. If he would have needed to, this video makes it looks like he would have done just fine.

 

 

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Roger Gracie vs Buchecha Part 2! FULL MATCH!

 

Two of the greatest grapplers of all time meet again for a rematch! The first was a submission only event that lasted twenty minutes. Although Buchecha nearly landed an armbar toward the end of the bout, it still ended in a draw.

 

This was four years ago.

 

Finally we get to see the rematch of Roger Gracie (arguably the greatest grappler of all time) vs Marcus Almeida “Buchecha” (widely considered to be the greatest grappler of this current time). I won’t spoil it for you. Check out the action below!!

 

 

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Rare Footage Of Helio Gracie Fighting Kato In 1950

 

Helio Gracie vs. Yukio Kato – In November of 1950, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu founder Helio Gracie was asked by a Japanese emissary if he would accept a fight with a Japanese champion. Gracie, of course, indicated that he would. This eventually led to three Japanese judokas visiting Brazil. The trio was led by the champion of all Japanese champions, Masahiko Kimura. The other two fighters were Yamaguchi (6th degree black belt) and Yukio Kato (5th degree black belt).

 

In sum, given that Kato and Gracie were more similar in size (Kato weighed about 154 pounds), instead of a match with Kimura, Gracie was given the option of Kato, at least initially. The Japanese were reportedly afraid that if Gracie lost to Kimura he would simply point to their weight differential as the reason why.

 

Regardless, on September 6, 1951, Kato and Gracie met at Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for a three round draw. Kato reportedly dominated the early goings, with Gracie taking the later stages of the fight. Kato then challenged Gracie to a rematch, which took place on September 29, 1951 (only 23 days later) at Pacaembu Gymnasium.

 

Early on, as Kato had been able to do in their initial encounter, the Japanese fighter threw Gracie hard. He also tried a choke which Gracie had trouble with before escaping. Though Kato had passed Gracie’s guard in order to implement the choke, afterwards, Gracie gained his guard back, sunk in a front choke, and won the match when Kato went unconscious after about eight minutes had gone by in round one.

 

(SOURCE – Top Brazilian Jiu Jitsu vs. Judo Fights: Characteristics, Great Fights, Etc. By Robert Rousseau, About.com Guide page 2)

 

 

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