ProMMAnow.com reporter Daniel Theodore caught up with BJJ legend Braulio Estima following his match with Rodolfo Vieira at Metamoris 2 which went the distance. Estima has been focusing on MMA the past couple of years and won his pro debut with a first round submission over Chris Holland at Titan FC 24 last August. Estima shared his thoughts on his performance against Vieira, talked about when he might return to the MMA cage and explained some new techniques he has been working on.
A seven-month process hosted over six continents to qualify for the World Professional Jiu-Jitsu Championship in Abu Dhabi next month ended last week in Gramado, Brazil.
San Diego was one of the host cities to the trials not that long ago. That the southern California city is one of the host sites is entirely fitting. It was there, while watching an Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) pay-per-view telecast almost two decades ago, that Sheikh Tahnoon bin Zayed conceived the idea that changed the landscape of grappling arts forever.
South Florida female mixed martial arts company organizes women’s training camp in Hollywood – Saturday, March 9 (HOLLYWOOD, Fla.) February 27, 2013 – Girl-Jitsu (http://www.girl-jitsu.com), a female mixed-martial arts (MMA) company based in Miami Beach, announced today the launch of its all-female MMA training camp. The inaugural camp, which is free to the public, kicks … Read more
ProMMAnow.com talks with BJJ black belt and no-gi specialist Jeff Glover following his match with Caio Terra at the Metamoris Pro Invitational at San Diego State University.
10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu founder Eddie Bravo talks about his music career, how he got into martial arts, BJJ, working for the UFC, marijuana and so much more.
ProMMAnow.com talks with Metamoris promoter Ralek Gracie to get his thoughts on the event, having family members on the card and the future of the BJJ pro organization.
ProMMAnow.com talks with UFC vet and 2011 Abu Dhabi champion Dean Lister following his no-gi match with Xande Ribeiro which ended in a draw at Metamoris.
Watch as 12 of the world’s top Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu specialists face off at Metamoris where there are no points, a 20-minute time limit and the only way to win is by submission.