Ronda Rousey is an Elite Judoka Being the first woman from the US to ever medal at the Olympics is no small feat. Even as a pure judoka, her technique was very good. The mechanics of her main throws are perfect with no errors and she was not a crude “leg grabber”/wrestler type of judo […]
A study comparing the wrestling and grappling of these 2 Dagestani fighters. Are comparisons in their skill set justified? I try to show the subtle differences that make Khabib a rare grappler in the UFC https://youtu.be/MpNVtlG_h_g
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I analyze 3 unexpected outcomes of the Khabib v Raging Al fight at UFC 223 Khabib Outstruck Tony Khabib struggled with takedowns after Round 2 Khabib struggled to ride Iaqunita
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BJJ Scout: Max Holloway v Khabib Nurmagomedov Preview
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When did this term “Modern Jiujitsu” emerge? As far as I can tell, this was something that sprang up about 4-5 years back and was associated with the Mender Brothers. Back then, I recall a lot of mystique around the berimbolo and leg drag. In those early days, the only training site was Marcelo Garcia’s and the interwebs was scant with information with sporadic videos surfacing to try make sense of “modern BJJ”, In particular the “leg drag” was pretty much the “poster boy” of “modern passing” and it was even being called the “TT-pass” by the Mendes Bros when […]