Hello everyone ,this month I had the honor of having a great Jiu-Jitsu seminar at the academy of my great master Luiz Roberto Delvivo (Lula), in Bento Ribeiro, RJ – Brazil. That was the place where everything started, where I met and started my career in Jiu-Jitsu, the seminar was a success and I hope everyone […]
So guys last week I was in North Carolina for a seminar at the CHARLOTTES JIU-JITSU ACADEMY, with professor John Piper. I would like to thank everyone who was there, it was a wonderful energy, it was a pleasure sharing a little bit of my experience with you, I hope you all enjoyed it soon […]
On November 4th, thank God, we had the Grand Opening of our new gym in Medford and it was a success, the house was crowded !! I am very happy with this achievement and I owe this achievement to all the students who have worked together. Thank you for believing and trusting in my work. […]
So guys yesterday I fought the Boston open and one more time I became a champion of the middleweight division and vice champion in the open class and our team I would like to congratulate everyone who participated, everyone who did not compete but they were there throughout The day to support the fighters, in […]
Osssss Guys, yesterday it was the NY open NO GI and thank God I was once again a champion, yesterday GFTEAM rose in the second place of the podium very close to first place in points , today the GFTEAM of New England is much more organized , we’ve been working very hard in the last 11 months we are engaged and united like we have never been before…
Any athlete who has proven to be a black belt in judo, has fought MMA professionally, has an amateur MMA record or has proven experience in wrestling, Olympic wrestling or Greco-Roman wrestling, can not participate in any league as a white belt. Proven experience in the U.S. consists of having competed at the collegiate level or higher and in other countries, having competed in nationwide events.
If you frequent any mixed martial arts forums, blogs, or social media platforms and see someone use the term “OSS” you may scratch your head and ask yourself, “what does that mean?”
When looking at the meaning of “OSS” or “OSU”, it’s important to understand that the term has several uses ranging from a greeting to answering a question and acknowledging an opponent’s skill among other things.
Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ; Portuguese: jiu-jitsu brasileiro) is a martial art, combat sport system that focuses on grappling and especially ground fighting. Brazilian jiu-jitsu was formed from Kodokan judo ground fighting (newaza) fundamentals that were taught by a number of individuals including Takeo Yano, Mitsuyo Maeda and Soshihiro Satake. Brazilian jiu-jitsu eventually came to be its […]
The Mau Mau Kimura DVD – Kimuras as a way of Doing BJJ- Normally $59.00 – Only Today $30.00 Do you use the Kimura? Mau Mau might be the best guy in the world at using the Kimura. He is a GF Team Black Belt and the # 1 Ranked competitor in Masters in the […]
You have until August 30 to register for the UAEJJF Grand Slam Jiu-Jitsu Tour Los Angeles. The event will go down at the LA Convention center on September 3-4 and feature both Gi and No-Gi divisions. Don’t miss out the chance to win your share of over $100,000 in prizes that will be awarded for […]