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VIDEO | Criminal chased out of BJJ school after assaulting gym staff member - BJPenn.com (press release) (blog)


BJPenn.com (press release) (blog)

VIDEO | Criminal chased out of BJJ school after assaulting gym staff member
BJPenn.com (press release) (blog)
In this video, we take a look at this criminal that decided to assault and possibly try rob a receptionist at a Brazilian jiu-jitsu school. While many might think robbing a martial arts school is not the smartest idea, this also happened recently at an ...

VIDEO | UFC fighter with ADCC and BJJ world titles gets choked unconscious at No-Gi Championships - BJPenn.com (press release) (blog)


BJPenn.com (press release) (blog)

VIDEO | UFC fighter with ADCC and BJJ world titles gets choked unconscious at No-Gi Championships
BJPenn.com (press release) (blog)
When you are a three-time world jiu-jitsu champion and an Abu-Dhabi world champion, you have checked off more than what most can dream of in the grappling and Brazilian jiu-jitsu communities. That is just what UFC fighter Rani Yahya has under resume ...
Demi Lovato's Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu trainer explains why the sport is life changing after the singer earns her blue beltDaily Mail

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UFC fighter with ADCC and BJJ world titles gets choked unconscious at No-Gi Championships - BJPenn.com (press release) (blog)


BJPenn.com (press release) (blog)

UFC fighter with ADCC and BJJ world titles gets choked unconscious at No-Gi Championships
BJPenn.com (press release) (blog)
When you are a three-time world jiu-jitsu champion and an Abu-Dhabi world champion, you have checked off more than what most can dream of in the grappling and Brazilian jiu-jitsu communities. That is just what UFC fighter Rani Yahya has under resume ...

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Demi Lovato's Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu trainer explains why the sport is life changing after the singer earns her blue belt - Daily Mail


Daily Mail

Demi Lovato's Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu trainer explains why the sport is life changing after the singer earns her blue belt
Daily Mail
Ninety percent of jiu-jitsu fights end up on the ground, and so the method focuses more on sophisticated ground fighting and submission techniques, using joint-locks and chokeholds, as opposed to takedowns and throws used in the Japanese method.

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