Dean Roxas – Embracing the Ambiguity

Last December 2019, the Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) has included Jiu Jitsu in its events. Clearly, this is a big step in the growth of the sport and coming inch-by-inch closer to the holy grail of making it to …

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Meggie Ochoa

Meggie Ochoa, a Jiu Jiteira based in Manila (Philippines) joins us today for an interview talking about her Jiu Jitsu career, her beginnings in the sport as well as her advocacy on having Jiu Jitsu as a force for good. …

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Robert Degle

Robert Degle is a student of the famed John Danaher, currently based out of the infamous `Blue Basement` in New York City. A former philosophy major, he is now both an active competitor and coach and has recently completed a …

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Javier Trujillo

BJJ ASIA – Let’s get the cliche’s over with first. How did a Californian fire fighter  end up in Bangkok and become the star attraction on Thailand’s biggest MMA promotion? Javier – I first came to Thailand after my first fire season as …

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Relentless: Jiu Jitsu Invitational League

Grappling competitions have had an explosion in recent years as new tournament promotions have come up. Gone were the days when the only major competitions one can join in would be either IBJJF, Abu Dhabi Pro or ADCC events. Even …

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GRIND 3 Pro-Grappling Recap and Results

GRIND – India’s first invitational only pro-grappling promotion held their third event (GRIND 3) on 27 and 28 July 2019. The promotion has come a long way since organizing its first event in 2017. This time not only did they …

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ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT (ACL) INJURY IN BJJ

As an Orthopaedic Surgeon I have treated many athletes who train in BJJ, and from other sporting disciplines including Muay Thai, football, rugby and basketball with ACL tears. I’m also a Blue Belt at Evolve MMA in Singapore. This articles …

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