Fight 2 Win 163 Full Results

Fight 2 Win 163 was held in Dallas on Saturday, February 13. The main event saw Kennedy Maciel extending his dominant streak by retaining his Lightweight title against Diego Oliveira. Meanwhile, the biggest shocker of the night came in the co-main event when Rafael “Formiga” Barbosa slammed Johnny Souza onto…

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Rolling With Females In BJJ

To be a true BJJ practitioner, you should know how to roll with partners of any shape, size, age or gender. By learning to roll with everyone, you get a better understanding of BJJ and develop a more comprehensive game. Some men, especially at the more inexperienced belt levels, feel…

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Submission Hunter Pro 65 Full Results

Submission Hunter Pro 65 was held on 7 February 2021 in Bayou City Event Center - Houston, TX. It was an exciting Kids And Teens Only Super Show! Source: Submission Hunter Facebook Full results: Eli Esquivel def Xavier Rodela via Triangle Choke to become the new 120lb Orange Belt NoGi…

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Submission Underground 20 Full Results

Source: SUG Facebook Main Card Mason Fowler def. Ryan Bader– for SUG Absolute Championship– via submission (armbar), 1:39 of Regulation Craig Jones def. Satoshi Ishii via submission (rear-naked choke), 2:08 of Regulation Richie Martinez def. CB Dolloway via submission (armbar), 0:55 of Regulation Gillian Robertson def. Pearl Gonzalez via submission…

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BJJ Training Frequencies – Pros And Cons

In our previous article, we looked at some factors that all grapplers should consider when deciding on how often to train BJJ. Now, we will go into the specifics and look at the pros and cons of various BJJ training frequencies. Source: Flickr Training 1x a week To be honest,…

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How Often Should I Train BJJ?

Beginners often ask: How often should I train BJJ? There isn’t one single magic number and it really depends on the individual’s fitness level and schedule. The most important thing is to listen to your body and pace yourself for the long haul. Source: Flickr Don’t overtrain When you are…

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