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  • a year ago
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UFC 160: TJ Grant vs Gray Maynard Weigh In Video [HD] with Paulie G watch video >>

  • 2 years ago
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Gray Maynard admits that he's not a guy that lets his emotion shows much in fights, but that wasn't the case on Friday when he was facing Clay Guida at UFC on FX 4. Several times in the fight, Maynard taunted at Guida to engage more and event threw up an obscene gesture for good measure. Following the fight, Maynard says that the emotion got the best of him and that's not really who he is as a fighter. Check out Gray Maynard's comments after the fight where he talks Clay Guida, Guida's strategy, his quest for the title, and why the crowd wasn't really booing him but Wiz Khalifa: watch video >>

  • 2 years ago
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ATLANTIC CITY - Gray Maynard and Clay Guida hit the scales on Friday to make their five round main event bout at UFC on FX 4 official.All of the fighters made weight except one, C.J. Keith, who came in one pound over the allowance.Check out the video below for the full weigh in video for UFC on FX 4: Maynard vs. Guida: watch video >>

  • 2 years ago
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Gray Maynard has gone through a lot of changes since his last fight, but the one constant is the fact that he still wants to be UFC lightweight champion. Maynard spoke to MMAWeekly.com in a one-on-one interview on Wednesday to preview his upcoming fight with Clay Guida and talk about the changes he's made over the last 8 months. Looking at the title race, Maynard knows that he can make a major statement by 'smashing' Clay Guida. Check out this exclusive one on one interview with Gray Maynard ahead of Friday's UFC on FX 4: watch video >>

  • 3 years ago
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UFC 141 victor Diego Nunes caught up with the media following his win in Las Vegas. He talked about his performance, training and hope to work with Gray Maynard. Check out the http://mmaweekly.com/ video here. watch video >>

  • 3 years ago
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I threw together this Xtreme Couture highlight video from Friday April 15, 2011. It features Gray Maynard, Randy Couture, Martin Kampmann, Mike Pyle & Shanon Slack among others. Song: Bliss n Eso "Flying Through the City" watch video >>

  • 4 years ago
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MMANEWSLEAK EXCLUSIVE: In this week installment of Strength and conditioning Gray Maynard is training with Jake Bonacci at the world famous Xtreme Couture MMA gym in Las Vegas, NV. Maynard is preparing to meet Frankie Edgar on News Years Day for the lightweight title. This week Bonacci takes Maynard through a workout with battle ropes. watch video >>

  • 4 years ago
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Watch as Gray Maynard prepares for his fight versus Frankie Edgar for the UFC lightweight championship. UFC 125: Resolution can be seen Live on Pay-Per-View, Jan 1st at 7pm PT/ 10pm ET. watch video >>

  • 4 days ago
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In this video I show a pass from the Catcher Position. This is a fairly uncommon position during tournaments because it requires you to break contact from your opponent and also have enough space to squat outside their Guard. This is uncommon because in the rules it says you cant pull Guard without first making contact. If you are in an event or tournament where someone can butt flop or sit guard without contact this can be a great move and you can use it frequently. In normal IBJJF tournaments this is a great option if you break contact and must re-engage your opponent. I really like this pass and the others from that Catchers Position because it avoids a lot of the common trending moves in BJJ competitions right now, mainly the De La Riva sweeps and their variants. If you're afraid that your opponent is going to get under you or set up one of these types of guards I highly recommend this. The fact that your heels are close to your bottom and your knees are bowed out is a r watch video >>

  • 8 days ago
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In this video I show my primary defense/reversal in the Turtle Position. I have seen variations of this move showed many times but this differs from the way I see it most of the time as it allows you to trap the arm very securely with little to no strength and it also allows you to get your hips under the body of your partner/opponent. The first step is to control the arm. With a lot of the different setups that I've seen the trapping of the arm forecasts the move that you're going to do and they either pull their arm out or hop to the other side. By trapping the arm the way that I do in this demonstration you will almost never have to worry about someone pulling their arm out. If they do use enough strength to clear out their arm, often, they will create so much space that you can simply sit up into a guard position. After you've trapped the arm you need to straighten your inside leg. For one split second both legs will be straightened. Once you clear out your top leg you shou watch video >>

  • a month ago
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Cristiane "Cyborg" Justino training highlights. http://instagram.com/criscyborg watch video >>

  • a month ago
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Highlight video / montage of clips of Vitor Belfort. From Vitor's Instagram account. http://instagram.com/vitorbelfort watch video >>

  • a month ago
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Highlight video of Anderson Silva training. Clips from his Instagram account http://instagram.com/spiderandersonsilva watch video >>

  • a month ago
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In this video I show a really fun submission. I've seen a couple different variations of this move but the one that I prefer the most is the one that I've seen Bas Rutten teach. So if you're watching this and it looks familiar there are many similarities between this setup and the one that I have seen him show. This position is not one of my favorites as I prefer to always have an underhook, but when I cant get the underhook and I trap the head and my own thigh, this is something that I do from time to time. By no means is this my go to move. With that being said, it's important to have a good grip on the neck and head. I usually make sure this grip is snug by feeding my hand to my thigh. This becomes very important if you're going to try and get this body crush as you finish by squeezing both knees. Now that I have a firm grasp on the head I'm going to roll my rib cage along my opponents. This should lift their head off the floor slightly if done correctly. This is important watch video >>

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