Hilarious Parody Video Of Parents At BJJ Tournaments

 

Sometimes parents can get a little overly worked up when it comes time for their child to compete in BJJ. This hilarious parody captures many of the moments that we have all probably seen at some point in time or another.

 

 

 

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CM Punk Has Earned His BJJ Blue Belt!

 

In January 2015, Punk began training under Duke Roufus at Roufusport MMA Academy. In June 2015, he moved to Milwaukee to be closer to the Roufusport gym, while still retaining his home in Chicago. Later, it was announced that Punk would compete in the welterweight division. In October 2015, Roufus announced that Punk had suffered a shoulder injury, delaying his UFC debut until the next calendar year. On February 6, 2016, it was announced that Punk would face Mickey Gall in his first professional mixed martial arts (MMA) contest. Days later, he was diagnosed with a herniated disc, and underwent surgery.

Punk’s UFC and MMA debut against Gall took place on September 10, 2016, at UFC 203. The event was held at the Quicken Loans Arena, the same venue where Punk left WWE and retired from professional wrestling. He lost via rear naked choke at 2:14 of the first round. He was paid a disclosed $500,000.

Earlier this week he earned his BJJ blue belt. Congrats CM Punk!

 

 

 

 

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How To Find The Right BJJ Gym [Female Perspective]

 

I’ve recently found a new jiu jitsu home, and it was NOT an easy decision. I spent a lot of time searching and visiting and assessing. The thing is I knew exactly what I wanted. I’ve gathered and categorized exactly what it was that I was considering and made this video to help anyone else who may be searching for their own jiu jitsu home.

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The Truth About Trying To Break Through In The Fight Game

 

via dinthomas on Instagram

Fighters get into this game inspired by other fighters. You will watch those fighters and think, “That’s what I want to do. I can do that.” For me it was Royce Gracie, Pele, and Mach Sakurai. For fighters today, its Conor Mcgregor, GSP, and TJ Dillashaw. But unlike most professions there’s no established blueprint on how to do this. There’s alot you don’t know and even more that nobody will tell you in your pursuit.

They wont tell you that fight promoters aren’t your friends. They are just trying to make money and will only hire fighters that make them money regardless of how good you or any fighter is.

They wont tell you that you will be charmed by potential managers who will sell you on a dream. They wont do shit for you but will hold you to a contract regardless. You’ll end up getting your own deals and your manager will still want his 20%. They wont tell you that your first coach is the only one that really cared about you. But you’ll break his heart because you’ll leave him thinking the answers are somewhere else. And he will treat other aspiring fighters like burnt bacon based on that experience.

Or your first coach doesn’t know shit and you’ll end up staying with him out of fear of breaking his heart. Either way, you’ll stifle your own progress.

They wont tell you that your training partners will hate on you out of jealousy of your career or the attention you get from the coach. Or you might be the one hating.

They wont tell you that you’ll get injured and YOU have to pay for it with money that you don’t have because all you do is train.

They wont tell you that sponsor aren’t just giving away “free money”. Businesses don’t give a damn about your fight career, they want their product in people’s faces that will buy it.

There’s alot they wont tell you. And every time you learn it on your own, it will suck a little more blood and passion out of you… until its all gone. And then you’ll retire. But then you’ll look at another Conor fight and be inspired. You’ll make your comeback and fall short of your expectations because while you were retired, the game passed you up. And you’ll try again.

Take heed, shorty!

 

Fighters get into this game inspired by other fighters. You will watch those fighters and think, "That's what I want to do. I can do that." For me it was Royce Gracie, Pele, and Mach Sakurai. For fighters today, its Conor Mcgregor, GSP, and TJ Dillashaw. But unlike most professions there's no established blueprint on how to do this. There's alot you don't know and even more that nobody will tell you in your pursuit. They wont tell you that fight promoters aren't your friends. They are just trying to make money and will only hire fighters that make them money regardless of how good you or any fighter is. They wont tell you that you will be charmed by potential managers who will sell you on a dream. They wont do shit for you but will hold you to a contract regardless. You'll end up getting your own deals and your manager will still want his 20%. They wont tell you that your first coach is the only one that really cared about you. But you'll break his heart because you'll leave him thinking the answers are somewhere else. And he will treat other aspiring fighters like burnt bacon based on that experience. Or your first coach doesn't know shit and you'll end up staying with him out of fear of breaking his heart. Either way, you'll stifle your own progress. They wont tell you that your training partners will hate on you out of jealousy of your career or the attention you get from the coach. Or you might be the one hating. They wont tell you that you'll get injured and YOU have to pay for it with money that you don't have because all you do is train. They wont tell you that sponsor aren't just giving away "free money". Businesses don't give a damn about your fight career, they want their product in people's faces that will buy it. There's alot they wont tell you. And every time you learn it on your own, it will suck a little more blood and passion out of you… until its all gone. And then you'll retire. But then you'll look at another Conor fight and be inspired. You'll make your comeback and fall short of your expectations because while you were retired, the game passed you up. And you'll try again. Take heed, shorty!

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Conor McGreogor In Serious Trouble With Irish Mafia, Life Potentially At Risk

 

CONOR McGregor’s life is potentially in danger after his alleged run-in with Irish mobsters, says a leading crime reporter.

Renowned Irish crime journalist Paul Williams says the UFC megastar is on the verge of being officially warned by police that his safety is at risk.

McGregor, according to unconfirmed UK reports, became embroiled in a Dublin pub fight that saw him hit three men with links to the infamous Kinahan cartel – including the father of gangster Graham ‘The Wig’ Whelan. Internet speculation, completely unconfirmed, went that McGregor’s life may be in danger unless he produced restitution of 900,000 euros ($1.4 million) to Whelan.

Williams, citing his own sources, said concern over McGregor was genuine.

“I have to say about this, and I’m wearing my old, veteran crime reporter hat: Conor McGregor is in a very dangerous place at the moment,” Williams said on Newstalk Breakfast, a radio show he co-hosts.

“He has come into conflict through probably no fault of his own, with a group of very, very dangerous people who are tied up with the Kinahans. These people do not care who Conor McGregor is, what he stands for, how powerful he is, they will drag him down into the cesspit.

“I would say, in the next 48 hours, if he still in the country – and I understand that he may have left the country – but if he is still in the country, I understand from my sources that the Garda will be approaching him to give him a GIM form, which is a Garda Information Message, to tell him that there may be threats to his safety. This is a huge story, and imagine what it would do to our reputation if this national sporting icon is attacked by a bunch of gangsters.”

[Read full article here]

Media reports did not name McGregor but the front page of the Irish Daily Star roared: TOP CELEB ‘PUNCHED MOBSTER’S DAD’. McGregor later posted this to Instagram:

 

The celebrity

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Metamoris Ralek Gracie vs Gordon Ryan [FULL MATCH]

 

Here is the full match between Ralek Gracie and Gordon Ryan. You will certainly remember Gordon’s last name as you are constantly reminded of it by John Danaher. 🤣

 

 

Here is the original video.

 

 

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How To Do The Basic Clock Choke (Plus Some Advanced Variations)

 

Via Stephan Kesting:

How to do the clock choke, which is a very powerful attack when your opponent is in the turtle or “all fours” position on his knees. In this video you’ll learn the basic method to do this choke as well as some advanced variations to play with.

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Purple Belts Who Compete In The IBJJF Will Need Membership In 2018

 

In order to register and compete at IBJJF Tournaments some athletes must have a valid membership Id:

– All kids and juvenile Athletes (17 years old and younger)
– Purple belt Athletes (Starting on January 1st, 2018)
– Brown belt athletes
– Black belt athletes
– All belts Brazilian residents (CBJJ)
– All belts Italian residents (UIJJ)
– All belts Portuguese residents (FPJJB)
– All athletes that wish to compete in tournaments held in Brazil

You can register by clicking this link: https://www.ibjjfdb.com/Account/Login?returnUrl=%2f

Membership Cost:

Athletes up to 17 years old – $25.00 USD.
Athletes 18 years old and older: First membership – $40.00 USD.
Membership renewal – $35.00 USD.

 

 

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