Missed The First Combat Jiu-Jitsu Worlds? Here Is The Full Event!

 

The world premier of Combat Jiu-Jitsu Worlds (CJJW 1) crowns both a lightweight and bantamweight champion. As seen in past EBI events, the CJJ grappling format allows for palm strikes en route to the submission. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, UFC and Bellator standouts include Tyson Griffin, Vagner Rocha, Wilson Reis, Baret Yoshida, and Nathan Orchard. Combat Jiu-Jitsu worlds took place at Florentine Gardens on November 12th.

 

 

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Javier Vazquez Returns From Battle With Cancer To Deliver This Awesome Technique Video!

 

UFC and WEC veteran Javier Vazquez was diagnosed with colon cancer at 41 years of age. You can read about that story here.

Well Javi is back on the mats and teaching his students again! Great news!

 

 

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Future UFC Champ Khabib Nurmagomedov Grappling With Much Larger Luke Rockhold

 

Who in the lightweight division can stop Khabib Nurmagomedov? 25 – 0. Mindblowing!

 

 

 

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Mackenzie Dern Is Set To Make Her UFC Debut In March!

 

The queen of BJJ (and of many of our hearts) has finally made it to the UFC!

Undefeated at 5-0, Mackenzie Dern will face off against Ashley Yoder at UFC 222. The ‘Spider Monkey’ is 5-3 in MMA having debuted back in 2014.

Mackenzie strategically took her last fight under the Invicta banner to prove once-and-for-all to the UFC and fans that she could make strawweight.

UFC 222 is set for March 3rd in Las Vegas, NV. No main event has been made official for the card at this time.

 

 

 

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Mexican Martial Arts Ep. 7: Mexican Krav Maga

 

Mexican Krav Maga focuses on learning how to defend against Krav Maga before using it as an offense.

Krav Maga teaches you how to attack the groin. In order to attack the groin correctly, you must first learn what having your groin attacked feels like and how to defend against it. The three main “Krav Magaga” (Krav Maga Groin Attacks) are the punch, the kick, and the knee.

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MMA (Mexican Martial Arts) is the most practical martial arts system out there. It takes the foundation of what many other grand masters have created over centuries, and makes it more applicable on the streets today. A short list of martial arts systems to be improved upon during this series include: Judo, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ), Boxing, Taekwondo, American Kenpo, Muay Thai, Capoeira, Wrestling, Shotokan, Krav Maga, Aikido, Wing Chun, Kajukenbo, Hapkido, Jeet Kune Do, Sambo, Goju-ryu, Ninjutsu, Kyokushin, Silat, Sumo, Kickboxing, Kung Fu, and Jiu-jitsu.

Jesse has studied every one of these martial arts in order to make sure that his MMA system covers all bases. From revealing the flaws and shortcomings of these styles, to perfecting and better explaining the few things that they actually did right. With the help of his cousin Flaco, Jesse brings you free Mexican Martial Arts lessons to help protect yourself and your loved ones.

Also covered throughout this series are tips on boosting metabolism, displays of power and savageness, phony martial artists exposed, real world fight breakdowns, UFC event recaps, merchandise promos, MMA behind the scenes, and more.

 

 

 

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The Truth About Trying To Break Through In The Fight Game

 

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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.”

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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:

 

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UFC Fighter Destroying Non-Paying Sponsor’s Equipment On Video Goes Viral

 

UFC fighter Andre Fili was supposed to get paid for endorsing a product on his social media. When they didn’t pay him this hilariousness ensued.

 

 

 

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[Video] Brown Belt Cris Cyborg Training At Cobrinha’s Ahead Of UFC 219 Vs Holly Holm

 

BJJ Brown Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Cris Cyborg is a 2x IBJJF Mundial world champion competing in the gi in the purple belt divisions. Already a UFC Champion, this former Strikeforce and Invicta FC WMMA champion Cristiane Justino has been training BJJ and Catchwrestling in Hollywood with IBJJF ADCC Champion Cobrinha of Alliance BJJ.

 

 

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