- a month ago
- 174 views
http://fightnetwork.com/ - Fight Network's Robin Black puts back on the nerd glasses to breakdown head trainer of AMC Pankration Matt Hume's MMA debut at Pancrase: Pancrash! 3 against Katsuomi Inagaki from April 21, 1994 in Osaka, Japan where Hume's performance displayed remarkable top control and help revolutionize the ground game of fighters such as Demetrious Johnson, Bibiano Fernandes, Tim Boetsch & more.
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- 2 months ago
- 875 views
It's Showtime 2010, Amsterdam.
Another great fight that ends horribly. Manhoef tries some damage control but the crowd is going wild. Badr quits fighting for 6 months and goes on retreat in Morocco. watch video >>
- 3 months ago
- 373 views
Being caught in a Grapevine Mount control can be extremely frustrating. Although many people have been put in this type of control not many people know a technical escape.
In this video I show one of my favorite escapes from the Grapevine. The first step will be to choose the side you want to escape from and straighten the leg quickly. You must build some power by really popping that leg straight.
Once you get your leg free keep it completely straight, now it's time to step over on your op watch video >>
- 4 months ago
- 200 views
In this second segment of side control attacks part 2, Master Ricardo covers the different variations of the arm bar. Don't miss the next video Part 3 discussing the attacks from north, south position. Thank you, and please keep the questions coming. Master Ricardo will have an answer for you as soon as possible. "Remember nothing is more important than Jiu-Jitsu."
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- 4 months ago
- 225 views
In this second segment of side control attacks part 2, Master Ricardo covers the different variations of the arm bar. Don't miss the next video Part 3 discussing the attacks from north, south position. Thank you, and please keep the questions coming. Master Ricardo will have an answer for you as soon as possible. "Remember nothing is more important than Jiu-Jitsu." watch video >>
- 4 months ago
- 416 views
This week Master Ricardo Cavalcanti, answered a question about attacking from side control part 1, the next video he will continue to cover the attacks from side control, please keep the questions coming . Due to high volume of questions he will answer them as soon as possible. Thank you. "Remember Nothing Is More Important than Jiu-Jitsu" watch video >>
- 5 months ago
- 328 views
Marcos Villegas speaks to Chepo Reynoso, the trainer of Canelo Alavarez as he speaks on this fight week, Canelo's weight and says that Canelo loses his temper in the ring and it's hard to control him.For more Boxing and MMA videos log onto http://www.fighthubtv.com
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- 6 months ago
- 557 views
Evolve University (http://evolve-university.com) is the largest world championship online university for martial arts. In this video, ONE FC fighter and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu World Championship Silver Medalist Almiro Barros demonstrates a sneaky armbar from side control. With World Champions in Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Mixed Martial Arts, Boxing, Submission Grappling, Wrestling, and more, Evolve University is one of the most comprehensive mixed martial arts universities in the world.In v watch video >>
- 7 months ago
- 471 views
In this video I show the Padlock submission. This is a very dominating/tight grip that can be the answer when people try to defend against the North/South (head sit) Kimura position.One of the things that needs to be addressed is the fact that this can be low percentage. Although this move is low percentage it is also low risk. It is for that reason that I still view this move as a viable option. Even if you can't get the submission it still leaves you in a dominate position.Once you loc watch video >>
- 7 months ago
- 489 views
In this video I show a way to escape the back position by keeping both arms tight and scooting away (or a version of a reverse shrimp).
The first, and most important thing about this move, is that you protect that space under your armpits. I refer to the hand positioning as "Home Alone Hands" in the kids class and it just carried over into the adults. This is so important to this move that not only will you not be able to do it if they have a grip under your armpit, but attempting this move w watch video >>