Video Proves Pitbulls Make Great Jiu Jitsu Training Partners
There are those who want to place bans on this breed of dog because they are “supposedly” naturally aggressive. This video proves that not only is such not the case, but that pitbulls make great Jiu Jitsu Training partners!
Via Gene Gook, the videos producer:KIDS, DO NOT ATTEMPT THESE TECHNIQUES ON PITBULLS. These pitbulls have been professionally trained in the art of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Stay tuned for our ongoing Pitbull BJJ video series. For all you haters out there, no animals were injured during the filming of this video.
This White Belt needs some advice. Let’s show him that he came to the right place. What say you all about his predicament?
“I’ve been training almost a year and I have 3 stripes on my white belt, and one stripe white belts are tapping me! I desperately need some encouragement before I throw in the towel and walk away. I expect color belts to tap me, but EVERYONE taps me! Any words of wisdom?” – Mike B.
Jiu Jitsu star Gabi Garcia won’t be making her mixed martial arts debut this month.
The nine-time Jiu Jitsu world champion and two-time ADCC gold medalist signed a contract with Brazilian promotion Jungle Fight to fight on March 28 in Sao Paulo, but decided to postpone her MMA debut to a future date.
Jungle Fight president Wallid Ismail confirmed the news to MMAFighting.com.
Garcia was originally set to compete for the first time in MMA on Dec. 23 in Tokyo, Japan, but Real Fight failed to find an opponent for the Brazilian.
A black belt under Fabio Gurgel, hasn’t lost a Jiu Jitsu or grappling match since 2009, Garcia plans on cutting down to 185 pounds for her first MMA bout.
Jungle Fight 76 takes place March 28 in Sao Paulo and marks the promotion’s debut on network television in Brazil. The fight card will be headlined by Elizeu Zaleski vs. Jose Diaz for the welterweight title, and features bantamweight champion Jonas Bilharinho trying to win another title, as he takes on Fabiano Nogueira for the 145-pound championship. Women’s strawweight champion Erika Almeida will also put her title on the line that night, facing Tania Pereda.
(San Diego, CA) – March 1, 2015 – Be one of 6 upcoming Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) black belts selected to participate and compete in a reality show about the Jiu Jitsu way under the coaching and mentorship of legendary Jiu-Jitsu Hall of Famer, Saulo Ribeiro. Winner takes home a $2,500 purse and a BJJ Library Video Series. The grand finale of the show will feature the winner in a contest with one of the greatest BJJ fighters of all time, Jiu-Jitsu Hall of Famer, Alexandre “Xande” Ribeiro following a special set of rules designed specifically for this singular match. Participants take home the experience of a lifetime. The program will tape March 17-21, 2015. To be considered, send resume to: [email protected] by March 10, 2015.
“These upcoming black belts will gain knowledge not only about Jiu-Jitsu but about themselves while sharing their Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu journey with the world,” Saulo Ribeiro said. “This is an exciting platform from which the world can experience the depth and magnificence of the Jiu-Jitsu way of life.”
About University of Jiu Jitsu and its Founders:
Affiliated with the Ribeiro Jiu-Jitsu organization, the University of Jiu Jitsu was founded and is operated by celebrated brothers Saulo and Alexandre “Xande” Ribeiro. Saulo Ribeiro is a 4th degree black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and is a six-time World Champion in five different divisions as well as a two-time winner of the Abu Dhabi Championship Cup (ADCC). He is also the author of the bible of Jiu-Jitsu, the best selling Jiu Jitsu University. Xande Ribeiro is a 3rd degree black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and six-time World Champion as well as a two-time ADCC Champion and considered the best pound for pound BJJ fighter of all time.
Clark Gracie and Adem Redzovic are back at it again! This is a great technique for white belts because it can oft times prove difficult bridging and creating space when you don’t have the underhook in half guard.
We practice this frequently at my academy. We call it the “Life Saver” to help us reference the move, because it can truly be just that when you are getting smashed and passed.
Here is the “Open Guard Translated” video that Clark and Adem are referencing. It is truly one of my favorite technique videos. I can assure you that if you haven’t seen it yet, that it will help your BJJ game.
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