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.
This Saturday, February 4 will be held in Mexico City's Plan Sexenal, the MEXICO NATIONAL PRO JIU-JITSU CHAMPIONSHIP. Mexicans across the republic will face off for an all-paid trip to the Jiujitsu World Championship in Abu Dhabi. The event is divided by regions, European, Brazilian, North America, Central and South America, etc. The academies subscribe,… Continue reading Mexican Jujiteiros on the road to Abu Dhabi.
Last Sunday, January 8, the first Chowie Inviteishonal was held at the Polideportivo of the ecological park in Puebla. An event made to remind the Mexican Jiujitsu athletes that we all compete under the same flag. Over the years, the tournaments and competitions have formed conflicts between the Mexican academies, which has been transmitted to… Continue reading 1st. Chowie Inviteishonal
Once upon a time, back in far land called TJ, I used to only train in my Gi, once a week we would train no-Gi, we called them, No-GI Thursdays. Now since I've been in Bujutsu it has helped me polish my game, they do a lot of no Gi here, their game is different… Continue reading No-Gi Rehab
One of the most frequent questions I still get from you my loyal readers is how to train abroad cheap? Most people have this idea of traveling being super expensive, don't see it as a distant dream yet. 1) Do your research. This is simple, I read and read online for hours a day on where… Continue reading Dreaming about training abroad? 10 Tip’s on how to travel cheap.