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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 »

The case for Kyle Maynard

The debate raged on through the summer of 2007. Should Kyle Maynard, the congenital amputee who became famous as a high school wrestler, be allowed to compete in MMA? On August 15th, 2007, the debate was essentially over as the ... Read More »

DREAM tournament, Joe Warren’s second chance

Despite the country’s long wrestling tradition, the United States of America has never had a back-to-back world champion in Greco-Roman wrestling. Rulon Gardner came the closest when he followed up a dramatic Olympic championship with a world championship. When the ... Read More »

HEROES Martial Arts opens in San Jose, CA

Ralph Gracie black belt, Alan “Gumby” Marques, opened up the doors to his new school, HEROES Martial Arts in downtown San Jose, CA. Located on 460 South Market Street with easy access to and from Highway 280, HEROES will feature ... Read More »

Shane Carwin interview (video)

In this new interview with UFC Heavyweight top prospect Shane Carwin he talks about how he got started in MMA, where and who he trains with, and his upcoming fight with Gabriel Gonzaga at UFC 96. Shane is an engineer ... Read More »

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