RIZIN Report: King Mo really is the king! Fedor is back?

King Mo! Woah. The self-proclaimed “money weight” fighter entered the RIZIN FF Heavyweight Grand Prix against very large men with giant muscles, including the 6-foot 4-inch┬áJiri Prochazka who Mo knocked out in the finals with a vicious right hook that sent the Czech fighter face-first to the canvas. Take a look. 1st Round K.O on … Read more

Shinya Aoki vs. Kron Gracie headline Metamoris II

Metamoris 2

Last year’s Metamoris event was a huge success. ProMMAnow.com (www.prommanow.com) was on the scene and brought back interviews with all the stars. As promised, the pro Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu invitational is returning with another stacked card.

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 fighters represented the same team. This is a dilemma that will hold back the sport of BJJ from its huge potential.

The concept of respect amongst the teams is a huge factor in the Jiu-Jitsu world, but I feel it is disrespectful when representing your team to not leave it all on the mat. I reflect back to the days when there was only one Gracie academy and the internal academy qualifiers were akin to their own championships as teammates would battle it out for the honor to fill one of the brackets against the other academies.

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Kron Gracie ready to make a run at the Pan American as Black Belt

Kron Gracie was spectacular at the Pan Ams in 2008 winning 3 matches at weight and 5 in the absolute division, all by submission as a brown belt. After 51 submission victories in competition, and following a standout performance in Japan, Kron’s father Rickson Gracie promoted Kron to black belt in 2008.

As a black belt it was obvious that many people would be shooting for the young gun, and at the Worlds in 2008, Kron tasted defeat in his first black belt competition, losing to Alliance black belt Sergio Moraes by submission.

The young Gracie rebounded quickly, winning his first major competition as a black belt at the European Jiu Jitsu Championship in Portugal. GracieMag recently reported that Kron will be stepping back onto the mat on March 27th through the 29th for the Jiu Jitsu Pan American as a black belt for the first time.

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