UFC on Fuel - Oliveira's Reverse Calf Slicer (Gracie Breakdown)
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One of the beautiful things about jiu-jitsu is that once you understand the basic principles of leverage and breakage, there is virtually no limit to the number of ways you can submit your opponent. On the undercard for this weekend's UFC fights, we saw the first reverse calf-slicer ever used in MMA. In this Gracie Breakdown, Rener and Ralek Gracie break down the beautiful chain of leg attacks that Charles Oliveira used to submit Eric Wisely and they announce the winner of the last Gracie Giveaway, a brand new Series 1 Gracie Pearl Weave Gi. Watch it, learn it, and help us create more students of the gentle art by sharing it.To see more pics of the Series 1 Pearl Weave, click below:
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Even though the UFC on Fox 4 card was one of the more exciting cards in the past several months, there was one moment that was more Gracie Breakdown worthy than all the rest: Joe Lauzon's beautifully timed transitional triangle choke against Jamie Verner. In this episode of the Gracie Breakdown, Rener is joined by Brian "T-city" Ortega from the famous "Bubba Gracie" prank video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8g8iJdjtOs) as they analyze precisely what Lauzon did that caught Verner so off guard. more
There were so many submissions on the UFC on Fuel 10 card that Ryron and Rener needed backup, so they brought in Gui Valente of the Valente Brothers jiu-jitsu academy in South Florida. Together, they analyze the three most requested submissions from the UFC event in Fortaleza, Brazil last weekend, as well as Kron Gracie's submission victory over Shinya Aoki at Metamoris 3 in Los Angeles. The announce a very special Gracie Giveaway and discuss the rematch between Eddie Bravo and Royler Gracie set more
In this episode, the Gracie Brothers break down the beautiful heel hook defensive strategies used by Alan Belcher to demoralize and defeat Rousimar Palhares, the feared leg lock specialist with 10 submission victories (6 by heel hook), and the slick "power guillotine" used by Nate Diaz to seal the deal against Jim Miller in the second round. They also reveal the winner of the Gracie Tactical Backpack / Acai Roots giveaway from last month, and they announce the next Gracie Giveaway!To enter the Gracie Giveaway:
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Without questions, UFC 168 was one of the craziest pay-per-view shows in UFC history. In this breakdown, Ryron and Rener discuss everything from Jim Millers slick gogoplata/armbar finish to Anderson Silva's fractured leg, to Ronda Rousey's choice not to shake Tate's hand (and Ronda's submission of course). Check it out and be sure to enter the Gracie Giveaway by leaving a one-word comment: "Angry" or "Open," and you could win a 1-year subscription to http://www.GracieUniversity.com. When you're more
http://www.GracieUniversity.com Although GSP and Koscheck didn't have much of a chance to show off their jiu-jitsu skills, there were some beautiful moments in the other fights on the UFC 124 card. Ryron and Rener dissect the critical points of Miller's knee bar, Bocek's Mounted Triangle, and they even give the honorable mention to the "Philmura" from UFC 123. The final goal is to turn casual MMA fans into students of the gentle art, so please help us spread the word by posting this video to any BJJ/MMA forums you frequent. Obrigado!
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Charles Oliveira has been looked at as one of the most talented, young prospects in the sport since his UFC debut, but there are no guarantees that success will follow with a change in weight class.
For Oliveira, the move appeared to work out pretty well however after submitting Eric Wisely at UFC on Fox 2, pulling out an amazing calf slicer submission.
Following the win, Oliveira spoke to MMAWeekly.com about the weight cut, the transitions he made to get the submission, and if he thinks he should get the 'Submission of the Night' award.
Check out this one on one interview with Charles Oliveira: more
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