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Legacy FC 58 video: Robert Drysdale survives, Mackenzie Dern debuts, and amazing 14-second finish

Robert Drysdale was victorious in the main event, and jiu-jitsu standout Mackenzie Dern made a successful pro MMA debut, but man, you gotta see this 14-second fight. 178 more words


Legacy FC 58 results: Robert Drysdale claims gold, Mackenzie Dern makes successful debut

Grappling standout Robert Drysdale returned to MMA competition for the first time in more than two years for Friday’s Legacy 58 headliner, which aired on AXS TV from Golden Nugget Casino Hotel in Lake Charles, La. 848 more words


Robert Drysdale teaches jiu-jitsu online, but says it’s different than others

Jiu-jitsu champ, fighter and “The Ultimate Fighter 23” coach Robert Drysdale recently made headlines for calling out Gracie brothers Rener and Ryron for “selling belts” on the Internet. 601 more words


Stream or download MMAjunkie Radio #2204 with Robert Drysdale

Stream or download Thursday’s edition of MMAjunkie Radio with guest Robert Drysdale.

Drysdale was our in-studio cohost. Drysdale discussed the rich history of the Gracie family in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, all the decorated grapplers competing Saturday at UFC 198, and his stance against Rener Gracie and his online university curriculum. 13 more words


MMAjunkie Radio (1 p.m. ET): Robert Drysdale in studio

MMAjunkie Radio kicks off today at 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT) with guest Robert Drysdale in studio.

The UFC fighter and jiu-jitsu specialist helps us preview Saturday’s UFC 198 event. 216 more words


Marcelo Nunes' path? Brazil to Guam to MN to Vegas to tonight's Legacy 54 FC title fight

From the moment his brother purchased some early UFC cassettes featuring Royce Gracie, Marcelo Nunes knew what would his future career would be.

Nunes (5-0), who meets world-champion grappler Rafael Lovato (2-0) in tonight’s Legacy FC 54 headliner for the organization’s vacant middleweight title, has since traveled the globe to learn jiu-jitsu, muay Thai and full MMA, and the 27-year-old believes he’s finally come into his own. 758 more words