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They can make you do community service, but they can't make you stop being Renzo Gracie

Remember back in 2015 when Renzo Gracie was sentenced to community service for his role in a New York City nightclub brawl in the streets of Manhattan’s Meatpacking District the year prior? 755 more words


Today in MMA History: The birth of PRIDE FC

By the time he showed up at the Tokyo Dome on Oct. 11, 1997, for a fight against a pro wrestler who he was practically guaranteed to beat at an event dubbed PRIDE 1, Rickson Gracie was already an MMA legend. 2,455 more words


Episode #176: Belt Disputes, and Town Bullies

Episode #176:   Belt Disputes, and Town Bullies 

In this episode:

Jay talks about the random shit you see in rural Maine; discussion about the Brendan Schaub/demotion story; belt requirements and changing gyms; how to make no-limit jiu-jitsu appealing to the masses; and town bullies. 61 more words


PRIDE Never Die: A decade after its last event, how do we remember the crown jewel of Japanese MMA?

Put yourself there, in a floor seat at Saitama Super Arena. It’s early April 2007. Easter Sunday in Tokyo and even in the dark you can feel the enormity of the place stretching out all around you, like somebody scraped out the inside of a mountain and then sold tickets to get in. 6,553 more words


PRIDE Never Die free fight video: Kazushi Sakuraba vs. Renzo Gracie at PRIDE 10

It’s been 10 years since PRIDE held its final event, and UFC officials are marking the occasion with a week-long “PRIDE Never Die” celebration, which includes the release of a few free fight videos. 146 more words