What an inspiration!!!! Congrats Master @renzograciebjj! ????????
Na técnica, na garra, na experiência… e no Jiu-Jitsu! Que venha o próximo pescocinho, @renzograciebjj! #jiujitsu #onefc #selfdefense #mma #renzogracie
“In technique, in claw, in experience … and in Jiu-Jitsu! Let the next little neck come, @renzograciebjj! #jiujitsu #onefc #selfdefense #mma #renzogracie”
Vai fazer? Faz com raça! Com @ralphgracie, campeão de vale-tudo desde os anos 1990. (Repost @artesuaveilha) #jiujitsu #mma #familiaGracie #ralphgracie #mataleao #garra #graciemag #extremefighting #mmavideos
“Will do? Do with Breed! With champion of vale-tudo since the 1990s. (Repost #jiujitsu #mma #familiaGracie #ralphgracie #mataleao #garra #graciemag …”
Highlights of Tony Ferguson’s unique and highly active bottom MMA game – kicks, elbows, punches, palm strikes and submissions all with his back on the mat! Also look out for the innovative sweeps, technical stand-ups, rolls and some crazy guard retention skills.
Anthony Armand “Tony” Ferguson (born 12 February 1984) is an American professional mixed martial artist competing in the lightweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).
A professional competitor since 2008, Ferguson was the winner of The Ultimate Fighter 13. In 2017, Ferguson defeated Kevin Lee (from his back) to become the interim UFC Lightweight Champion.
After the win Eddie Bravo awarded Ferguson with a black belt in the 10th planet system of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqqWysEqb_g
Ferguson also set a new record for most consecutive wins in UFC lightweight division history with 10 and became widely regarded by pundits as one of the best lightweights in the history of the UFC.
“Manhoef’s victory over Cyborg and Paulão Filho’s challenge”
royce gracie takes on champion sumo wrestler
A great classic fight between John Lewis and Gracie. At this time the Gracie’s were considered unbeatable. This fight was the first to show their vulnerability. Love it or hate it. It’s a classic. Notice Vitor Belfort before his first fight and the great Carlson Sr, in his corner. John Perretti commentating and Gokar refereeing.