Every belt has its purpouse, it teaches us something. To me my white belt taught me an important lesson, to never give up; no matter how difficult or long the road is, you can never give up, it also taught me the love for the sport, that everybody has its own path to follow, so… Continue reading A meaning
On Sunday, April 2, the second part of the Elite Submission League (ESL) tournament was held in Guadalajara, Mexico. For the first time in a Jiujitsu tournament, a team mode was set up in which academies such as Brasa, Bujutsu, Alliance, Ellite, Renato Tavares, among others participated. These teams were formed by one participant for… Continue reading Bujutsu wins the first ESL Grand Prix in team mode.
Last Saturday, Alexa Grasso had her first UFC loss to Felice Herrig, after a tough three-round fight Grasso lost by unanimous decision. The first round was fairly even, Grasso started proposing finishes, she tried a heel hook, but the fight was mostly on their feet. In the second round Felice was a little more active… Continue reading Alexa Grasso, no longer undefeated.
Last Saturday we witnessed a spectacular fight between Shevchenko and Peña. But waiting for two strikers to get knocked out we received an incredible surprise: Shevchenko submits Peña with a beautiful arm bar transition from the guard. This demonstrates the quality of athlete in which Shevchenko has become, you know what they say, "you have… Continue reading Shevchenko defeats Peña with an arm bar
Technology surprises me some times, how in such small details, these gadgets can enhance your performance as an athlete; And SISU mouth guards just blew my mind. Once I received my package in the mail I was confused at first, how could a mouth guard be so thin?! They also come in a flat boomerang… Continue reading NextGen Max Guard by SISU Review