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Yair Rodriguez Says Fighting Is A Sport, Not Criminal

By Moses Marasco / August 4, 2016

UFC Fighter Yair Rodriguez was recently interviewed and during he said some interesting things on how he hopes to change people’s negative opinion on the sport… “I hope I change people’s opinion of the sport. They used to watch the UFC or MMA and used to think, ‘Those guys are animals, the worst.’ Some guy […]


Mark Hunt On The UFC: “F*** The Company” (WARNING: Strong Language)

By Moses Marasco / July 26, 2016

“No one’s bothered to call me about anything about those cheating mother*******,” Hunt said. “You know what’s the worst thing about the whole scenario? The UFC’s not doing **** about it. They’re not doing a damn thing about these cheating monkeys. This is the third time I’ve fought someone’s who’s been cheating. You lose 20 percent […]


Jon Jones Lost $30,000,000

By Moses Marasco / July 19, 2016

UFC 200 Payouts (Rollin’ Out The Dough.) Amanda Nunes ($100,000 + no win bonus = $100,000) def. Miesha Tate ($500,000) Brock Lesnar ($2,500,000 + no win bonus = $2,500,000) def. Mark Hunt ($700,000) Daniel Cormier ($500,000 + no win bonus = $500,000) def. Anderson Silva ($600,000) Jose Aldo ($400,000 + $100,000 = $500,000) def. Frankie […]


How To Eat For Jiu Jitsu Training

By Moses Marasco / July 1, 2016

Congratulations, if you are taking up Jiu Jitsu for weight loss you have found an ideal solution…. For part of the problem. Usually when people are talking about weight loss it’s because they are not happy with how they look.  Muffin top, saggy gut, etc. I get it. It’s nice to look good. Shouldn’t worry about […]


Eddie Bravo Invitational Four Results

By Scotty OTM / August 16, 2015

The Eddie Bravo Invitational Four went down last night in Los Angeles, and it might have proved that is was actually a superior product to it grappling counterparts. It has a great opening round full of submission, huge upsets, and some fantastic women’s super fights that probably has most people hoping to see a female […]


Where Victor Belfort WRONG When Mounted

By Scotty OTM / June 3, 2015

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Mount Escape and Punch Defense For MMA with Rickson Gracie Black Belt Henry Akins Many BJJ enthusiasts were unimpressed with Victor Belforts BJJ technique against Chris Weidman.  Here Henry Akins reviews simple techniques that make a huge difference. The basic premiss is your opponent on top in the mount needs to be uncomfortable […]


Roll Jiu-Jitsu in Socal Documentary Review

By Scotty OTM / March 2, 2015

Roll Jiu-Jitsu in Socal Documentary Review will break down an important and intriguing documentary about the past, present and future of BJJ in Socal. Roll Jiu-Jitsu in Socal Documentary Review is all about the first wave of Americans to learn about BJJ from the Gracies in their move to California. Roll Jiu-Jitsu in Socal is […]


American Nationals 2014 IBJJF Tournament Review

By Scotty OTM / September 10, 2014

The IBJJF American Nationals 2014 took place this weekend and it went off without a hitch. A ton of medals where handed out but was the tournament worth the fee? The International Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Federation (IBJJF) is known for for putting on some of the biggest and best events in the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu […]


BJJ Competition Calendar: September

By Scotty OTM / September 4, 2014

Looking for a BJJ competition calendar for September? Well here at, we have a list of all the competitions coming up for September. Take a look at our BJJ competition Calendar to see if there is a competition near you! September 6 in Texas: NewBreed Houston Open Texas Tornado’s Training Facility, 8835 Wheatcross Dr., […]

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