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Southeast’s best grapple August 8th in Florida

CORAL SPRINGS, FL: On Saturday, August 8th, Grapplers Quest, “The World’s Largest Grappling Competition” is bringing The 2009 Southeast Championships to The Coral Springs Gymnasium on 121 East Sunset Road in Coral Springs, Florida. The Best Team in the Southeast ... Read More »

ADCC Texas Championships results

On Sat., July 25, the top grapplers in the region gathered for the ADCC Texas Championships which took place in Houston. From all accounts the day-long event was a huge success with such teams as American Fight Company, Extreme Grappling, and Team Lutter competing. The ... Read More »

ADCC Regionals will now feed into the Trials

PRO MMA (promma.info) was notified on Wednesday that ADCC Regionals 2010 National Championships will serve as the 2010 U.S. Trials for the ADCC World Championships in 2011. What this means for competitive grapplers is that all ADCC Regional Expert winners will get ... Read More »

America’s best to grapple in New Jersey

Morristown, New Jersey – Grapplers Quest “The World’s Largest Grappling Competition” is hosting the Official 2009 U.S. Nationals of Grappling to The Mennen Sports Arena Center (161 East Hanover Ave.) in Morristown, New Jersey on Saturday and Sunday, June 27th ... Read More »

Grapple against autism May 9 in Las Vegas

Jonathan Cimins, nephew of Grapplers Quest founder, Brian Cimins, was diagnosed with Autism at only 18 months of age. For the last five years, the Cimins family has supported Autism Awareness and created, “Jonathan’s Team,” to help raise funds for ... Read More »

Mann Talk – loco plata next

After years of hearing Joe Rogan perk up whenever someone pulls rubber guard in the Octagon, I finally decided to head to Borders and fork over some cash for Eddie Bravo’s Mastering The Rubber Guard. Aside from the book being ... Read More »

2009 Pan Ams – Braga Neto takes two titles

This year’s Pan American Jiu-Jitsu Championships recently took place this past weekend in Carson, California. The action was heavy until the finals of the black belt division. Three of the division finals did not have a contested match as both ... Read More »

Mann Talk – A well-rounded myth

It has become common for MMA commentators and journalists to say that all fighters in MMA need to be well-rounded.  In their estimation the days of Royce Gracie dominating everyone with straight jiu jitsu are over and in many ways ... Read More »

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