Tuesday, March 2, 2021
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Decorated Egyptian wrestled Mahmoud Sebie made quite the impression in his MMA debut at XMMA in Florida over the weekend. Sebie, a Greco-Roman wrestler, has a host of championship medals to his name, but is best known for his participation...
The BJJ Kimura submission from the side control is one of the sneakiest Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts attacks alongside the triangle choke, Armbar, etc. Besides, the kimura lock move had become famous in the BJJ grappling martial...
Pulling guard and realising you can’t sweep the person who’s now between your legs isn’t the worst feeling in the world, but it’s up there. Sweeps are arguably some of the toughest techniques in BJJ, especially when you’re dealing...
A New Jersey jiu-jitsu purple belt under Dante Rivera is crediting his training in jiu-jitsu with giving him the skills he needed to escape and survive a situation that left him hospitalized with shooting and stab wounds. Kevin Sheehan, 28, told the...
Unless you are an Animorph, I regret to inform you that you will, in fact, never be a shark, lion, or a wolf, no matter how good your jiu-jitsu gets. I’m telling you this because social media likes you remind...
In martial arts, especially in Jiu-Jitsu, it is ingrained early on that the black belt should always "beat" their students/lower belts. No matter the age, physical ability or attributes, the professor/coach is always supposed to “win.” During my 10+ years of...