Saturday, August 28, 2010

Miami World cup- my result

Man i hate writing blogs about when i lose. It so much better writing ones about me winning and doing everything i wanted to do in each fight and controlling my opponents and winning.
Fact of the matter is that this weekend i did not fight to the best of my ability at all. I drew a Canadian guy who was about a foot shorter than me. This suited my style of fighting rather well. I knew that a fighter that short would like to drop for drop seoi so i knew i had to control his sleeves to stop the seoi from even starting.

I havent had a chance to have a look at the video but turns out he threw me for a waza ari with a leg pickup after a scramble and i dont know whether it was actually legal or not. He ended up getting the score so it must have been. Its just very off-putting when you are getting thrown with something that may be borderline but i guess its the judo of today and i just have to put up with it.

He fought for a bit longer and he ended up ducking my top hand and throwing me with a ura nage (suplex) style throw, i tried to turn and land on top of him but he ended up on his side and me on my back, therefore he got the ippon score. He ended up fighting right through and winning a bronze medal.

Anyway this sunday we have the US Open where i will redeem myself and win a medal.

My weight division results where
1st Pessoa Canada
2nd Will Canada
3rd Breton Luduc Canada
3rd javier Guedez VEN.

Other Aussies also fought today.
Ivo Dos santos fought a hard battle to a Peruvian and lost by a yuko and a wazari.
Nicola 73 won one with drop seoi and lost one.
Dennis Iverson won 2 and lost 2 placing 7th.
Sara collins won 1 lost 2 placing 7th
Kylie koenig lost first round to dodgy refs not penalising her opponent dropping 17 times.
Emily bensted placed 5th after a heaps of wins and losses
Carli Renzi also placed 5th after a great of fighting as well.

Today we have the rest of the team competing.

Anton Geesink has passed away

At 27 August, the world of judo mourns about the death of judo icon Anton Geesink. The Dutch 10th Dan and IOC member was the first non-Japanese World Champion in 1961 and won the Olympic title in Tokyo in 1964.
He passed away at the age of 76.

EJU President Sergey Soloveychik:
"On behalf of the EJU I am writing to extend our deepest condolences to the relatives, friends of Anton Geesink and the whole judo world.
We are deeply sorry to hear about the death of this great man, judo
legend – true icon.
He and his family are in our thoughts and prayers."

Born on 6 April 1934 in Utrecht, Netherlands, Geesink became the first Olympic judo champion in the Open category in 1964 and also won three world titles including the one awarded for his Olympic success. Anton Geesink started competitive judo when he was 17 and soon he ranked among the best judokas in the Netherlands. It did not take him long to also rank among the best judokas in Europe and by the end of his career he had won a record 21 European titles.

Geesink won his first world championship title in 1961, becoming the first person from outside Japan to become world champion. When judo first received an official Olympic status in 1964 in Tokyo, the host nation was expected to sweep the four events. Japanese judokas took the gold in the first three events and counted on their highly touted champion Akio Kaminaga to reel in the main prize. However, the towering Dutchman would prove an immovable roadblock for Kaminaga. To the disbelief of 18,000 spectators, Geesink beat Kaminaga in convincing fashion. When Geesink’s teammates rushed onto the tatami to hoist the giant, Geesink quickly dismissed them with a gesture of his arm. He first bowed at Kaminaga, acknowledging his opponent, before becoming the focal point of Dutch activities, a courtesy that left the Tokyo arena in awe.
In 1965, Geesink won another world title, this time in the heavyweight category.

Geesink also won 21 European titles during his career and no one has ever dominated the judo world in the same way that he did. In October 1997 he was presented with the 10th Dan, a distinction very rarely given to a judoka. Recently he was accompanied by Scottish George Kerr.

Elected as an member of the International Olympic Committee in 1987, he was a member of the Sport for All Commission, a member of the Evaluation Commission for the XIX Olympic Winter Games in 1996, and a delegate member for members’ responsibilities from 1992 to 2001. Since 2002, he played an active role during the Olympic Games as delegate member for Games Observation.

A teacher by profession, Anton Geesink was part of the Royal Military Academy in Breda and a professor at the Academy of Physical Education in Amsterdam and the Central Institute for the Education of Sports Teachers in Overveen. He was also a national and international judo instructor and coach.

Geesink received a number of prestigious distinctions throughout his outstanding career, including the Queen’s Order of Knight of Oranje Nassau, the Prix de l’Académie Française, and the Order of the Sacred Treasure, Gold Rays by His Majesty the Emperor of Japan. He was an honorary doctor in letters at Tokyo’s Kokusikan University, unanimously elected to the IJF Hall of Fame in 2003, and named national sportsman of the year in his country four times. The City of Utrecht honoured him with a statue in the centre of the city in 1995.

He was the author of eleven books and articles on judo and sports education.

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Thursday, August 26, 2010

Day before Miami world Cup

It’s been a pretty busy week for me. After competing in the NSW international open and then only having 1 day to visit family and friends as well as pack for this trip to Miami and Japan.

Leaving at 6am Wednesday from Canberra and arriving in Miami on Wednesday at 6am is a pretty weird feeling and after waiting to clear customs for 2 hours we were then on the 5 hour flight to Miami. It was a long trip but we finally arrived at our golf resort at around 8pm at night.

Today is Thursday and ill be fighting in the Miami world cup on Friday, having Saturday off and then fighting the US Open on Sunday. It’s pretty cool for 2 reasons, first reason is doing 2 comps in 3 days is awesome value of money and the second reason is that we don’t have to weigh on for the US open on Sunday. So after tomorrow I won’t have to make weight for 16 days....sweeeeeet.

The International judo federation have updated there world ranking list after the Oceania Champs last weekend and I have moved upto 43rd in the world. All I need is a few more wins and ill be in the top 22 in the world. It will be tough but I know I can do it. Other Australias mark Anthony -90kg and kylie Koenig -63kg are currently ranked 14th in the world which are fantastic results and hopefully they can keep on winning overseas and qualify as well.

Today we didn’t do too much, woke up at 6am, had breakfast and just relaxed watching Jerry Springer and some other junk on TV. I put my sweat suit on and we trained for 1 hour doing uchikomi, nagekomi and ne waza for a sweat and then I went for a run/walk to the shops to buy some supplies. It is rather muggy weather here so sweating wasn’t a problem and I ended up only weighing 59.5kg upon returning from the shops. So no sauna for me which is fantastic.

So doing nothing much for the next few hours, in starting to feel a bit jet lagged so I am going to try and stay awake until at least 9pm and then sleep. I don’t know what I’m going to do though, I don’t want to read or else my eyes will get tired and I may fall asleep. I also shouldn’t watch a movie as the same thing may happen.
If you are awake tonight you can watch us fight live on or watch the rundown on The draw is done tonight I don’t know who I am going to get but I have a feeling I am going to get an Argentinean, we will see
Other Aussies here in the team are

Ivo Dos santos -66kg
Nicola Pejic & Dennis Iverson 73
Brent Iverson 81
Priscus Foganolo & Mark Anthony 90kg
Duke Didier & Josh Dahl 100
Jake Andrewatha +100
57 Carli Renzi & Emily Bensted
63 Sara Collins & Kylie Koenig
-78 Steph Grant
+78 Janelle Shepard

Monday, August 23, 2010

Congrats Rhadi winning first MMA Fight

Congrats to Rhadi Ferguson from the USA is winning his first ever mma fight.
Rhadi won the fight in just 11 seconds by kicking his opponent pretty hard in the leg followed by a left punch.
I think its great that Judo guys are getting into the cage and testing their skills in other arenas.
Below is the link to the fight on YouTube or follow this link for the Florida times article with an interview with rhadi.

Here is 2008 Olympian Ronda Rousey's first MMA fight as well.

Speed Training for Grappling

Speed training for Grappling sports

NSW International Open

Last weekend was the NSW Open. I heard there was going to be some foreigners fighting the -60kg weight division so i decided to fight 60s and have a good crack at them. Turned out none that we entered actually competed but i still had a few tough fights on hand.
I made weight well again this week (thanks to the weigh in the day before) although the fitness first didn't turn the sauna on so i sat in there for a full 45-50 minutes before i started to sweat. Not fun at all.
Also at the competition it seemed the official scales were slightly off and i had to run for 20 minutes to make sure i lost the extra 400grams the scales said i weighed.

The competition started at 830am which was great as the entire day was well and finished by 3pm. My first fight was Katz a young up and coming fighter from NSW. He is very fast but after a few exchanges i threw him for ippon with a ko soto style of throw.
Next fight was against Josh Cook from QLD. (formerly a 66kg player taking advantage of the day before weigh in.) Josh actually beat me by a yuko at last years NSW open when i was fighting in 66kg so i decided that this time i would get him back for beating me last time.
We had a really good fight left vs right and his style vs mine but i ended up catching him on the ground with a Ude garami at which he tapped out and i won the match.

My final match was against a German bloke who now lives in QLD. He is fast, has a good drops seoi nage and likes pickups as well. I controlled the whole fight with grips and got him up in the air a few times with uchimata and harai goshi etc. I really shut down his seoi nage and foot sweeps and after the five minute match i won the fight by a yuko from a throw and 2 penalties while he only had 1 yuko from a throw that i stupidly walked onto.

All in all a good comp for me, and im looking foward to fighting this Friday in Miami world cup.

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Sunday, August 22, 2010

Benefits of Kettlebell training and the Kettlebell Revolution by Chris Lopez

Over the years there have literally been hundreds and hundreds of fitness and strength training fads that have come and gone. Through these times the Kettlebell has hung in there. This proves that the individuals who are using Kettlebells are seeing results, that is why you can find a set of Kettlebells in Martial arts centers as well as Crossfit and commercial gyms.

But what is the Kettlebell and how does it work?
The Kettlebell is simply a round lump of cast iron with a flat base and a handle. Due to the handle being on the top of the weight the center of gravity is extended resulting in the participant being able to perform a variety of explosive movements. Explosive movements are definetly needed in Judo, BJJ and MMA events therefore Kettlebells can be something all fighters can look into.
When fitness trainers ask me why I train with Kettlebells I simply tell them the following:
They take up very little room
I leave my Kettlebell in the trunk of my car and if I don't have enough time in my lunch break to go to the gym, I take out the Kettlebell and perform one of the workouts in this manual.
Compound movements
Kettlebells are effective because they don't isolate one muscle group (like machine weights) but target various muscle groups at once. Whether you are a striker or a grappler you can appreciate the need to be strong using compound movements opposed to isolated movements such as a bicep curl.
Functional Strength
Have you ever wrestled someone who can barely bench press 60lbs but when you have wrestled them they are as strong as an Ox? That's functional strength. Put simply - it's being strong when it matters most. I cna tell you right now I would rather be as as strong as an ox on the mat and weak in the gym then being strong in the gym and weak on the mat. Lets get strong in the areas we need.
Targets stabilizer muscles
The Kettlebell targets your stabilizer muscles because it is an uneven weight. Therefore we have to work extra hard to push, pull and control it. Having stronger stabilizing muscles will also assist in injury prevention and stronger joints- this is fantastic for power generation.
Your Heart rate will sky rocket
Performing 5-10 Minutes of the Kettlebell swing will have you wishing you were doing the cross-country instead. Exercises such as the Swing and clean and press will really test your strength endurance. And the higher you can get your heart rate the fitter you will become!
Strengthens your glutes
The Kettlebells signature technique "the Swing" targets your glutes, which is an area of the body that is neglected by most athletes and trainers. The Kettlebell 10
Swing not only strengthens the glutes which will develop a lot more power in the lower body and hips.
Full body movements
Each exercise targets more than half your body. Whether you are performing a swing, squat pull or overhead press you will always be using more than one muscle group. This is great for strikers and grapplers as we are constantly using more than one muscle when fighting.
Grip strength
Gripping the handle for 5 Minutes will have your forearms screaming.
Turkish Get ups are one of the best exercises for grapplers
Unilateral training
Have one arm stronger than the other? Simply perform more reps on one side.
Increased fat loss
Whether you are using Kettlebells or not, working out a higher intensity will burn more calories during exercise. Great for people who want to lose weight and tone up.
In the end Kettlebells are just a tool in your tool belt. This simply means that Kettlebells aren't the be all and end of strength and conditioning. There are many different types of training methods and techniques and training with Kettlebells will definitely assist in your fitness and conditioning as well as core strength but it won't target every trainers individual needs.
Here are a few Workouts I like to do with my Kettlebell.
Workout 1:
50 Kettlebell swings
20 Burpees
Repeat as many rounds as possible in 20 minutes

Workout 2:
60 Clean and Presses (30 Each hand)
200 Skips
40 Clean and Presses (20 Each hand)
150 Skips
20 Clean and Presses (10 Each hand)
100 Skips
10 Clean and Presses (5 Each hand)
50 Skips
Repeat three rounds with a 5 minute break in between each set
TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System by Chris Lopez.

There is a fantastic new eBook called TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System by Chris Lopez.
Chris Lopez has partnered up with Craig Ballantyne, the creator of Turbulence Training, to produce The Turbulence Training (TT) Kettlebell Workouts Fat Loss System. Turbulence Training for those of you who don't know, has been used by thousands of men and women to lose weight and gain rock hard bodies. Craig Ballantyne's programs have been read by millions of men and women in Men's Health, Men's Fitness, Women's Health, Oxygen, and Prevention magazine.
The 28 week TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System will help you discover how you can train using intense TT workouts combined with high-intensity kettlebell circuits to help you transform your body and dramatically increase your all-day energy. You will get proven fat burning workouts used by busy men and women all over the world.
The author, Chris Lopez, is obviously very passionate about Kettlebells. Throughout the book, he enthusiastically explains how one can lose weight and get a rock hard body with only kettlebells. Working with kettlebells allows you to workout anytime and anywhere and you will still get better results than any machine. Most kettlebell workouts take no longer than 30 minutes. They don't need to be any longer than that.
At 121 pages, the Turbulence Training Kettlebell Revolution Workouts Fat Loss System is funny, easy to read and extremely comprehensive going from nutrition, recovery to workouts.
If you want to Purchase the Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System by Chris Lopez then Click HERE.

Thursday, August 19, 2010

2 New workout videos

2 Short sharp workouts i did in prep for this weekends NSW International Open

Custom Embroidery

Grappling Store is pleased to announce our new in-house Custom Embrodery service of individuals and clubs. Have your uniform and gear looking exceptional with personalised embroidery on your Jacket, Pants, Belt, Bags, T'shirts, Polo's and much much more.
Custom Embroidery start from only $5. If you would like to have you name written in both English text as well as Japanese text and would like to see what it looks like before going ahead, simple email us your name and the style you would like to see your name in.

Pricing and more info at
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Ivo's Grappling Workshop

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Judo - a lifelong journey

"The sterner the discipline, the greater the devotion." -- Pete Carill

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Grappling fight

Recently i was asked to compete in a Grappling fight at a Ultimate Combat Styles event down in Melbourne. Fellow Aussie Ivo dos Santos will also be having his first ever Professional MMA fight the same night.
Its going to be pretty cool but pretty much i am going to compete against a well versed Brazilian Jujitsu fighter in a Submission Grappling contest.
Its going to be pretty cool and I'm excited to have a crack.
Its in Melbourne on Friday September 17th.
so if you are doing nothing you should come down and watch us compete.

Welcome to Beyond Grappling

I am an Australian Judo player who constantly thinks about anything to do with Judo and Grappling, whether it be techniques, tactics or workouts. This blog is where i write about my journey to qualify for my 2nd Olympic games as well as share good photos, videos and information about Judo and Bjj.

I am always thinking about Judo and so i decided last year to start a blog where i can get everything out of my head and 'on paper', so far i think it has worked.

I hope you enjoy reading my blog and if you ever want to comment on any posts, photos or videos please do not hesitate in doing so.


OJU Championships

Last weekend saw the finish of our National training camp on Friday and the Oceania Continental championships starting with the juniors on Saturday and seniors on Sunday.
I had a rather good preparation for the competition and was going in pretty confident on winning. I sauned a few kg and maintained my weight really well. I refueled and re hydrated with few different strategies than what i am normally used to doing and they proved the best i have done in my career. After a good warm up with eventual 66kg winner Ivo dos Santos i came out and fought the very experienced New Caledonioan first fight.
I have never faced Chevalir in comp and was looking forward to it quite a bit. We moved around the mat for a full five minutes with me scoring a yuko in the first exchange with a sumi gaeshi and then controlled his drop seoi nages and after both of us concede a few penalties i won the fight with 1 waza ari and 1 yuko to his 1 yuko from penalties.
Second fight was against Bronkhorst from New Zealand. Lee is a young up and coming Christian fighter who fights with alot of heart and determination (as he showed in his tough fight against Katz the day before.) After Lee attempted a few drop seoi nages i ended up controlling a sleeve and stepping over his head and applying a juji gatame for the ippon.
My final was against Arnie Dikins from Queensland who had beaten me previously at the national championships in June. I cam eout strong throwing my opponent with a big ogoshi style technique for an ippon/waza ari (I'm not sure) and after the middle referee awarded an ippon it was soon downgraded to a waza ari.
After piling a bit too much pressure on my opponent he drop under my right arm for a drop seoi nage scoring a waza ari and then about 30 seconds later dikins ducked under my arm and took me backwards with a footsweep for another waza ari and thus winning the fight.
I am very dissapointed with my performance (ha GSP jokes)in the final but i can take away alot of positives and continue to improve as a whole in order to win in the future.

This Sunday is the NSW open where a few of the foreigners are staying on and hopefully on the weekend ill be able to fight them in the 60kg category. The week after that i leave for the Miami world cup and US open where i will be keen to win a stack of fights and take a medal at a world cup outside of Oceania.

Monday, August 16, 2010

Submission of the week

Fantastic Sankaku jime in a mma fight

Athlete Profile - Jigoro Kano

Kanō Jigorō (嘉納 治五郎?, 28 October 1860 – 4 May 1938) was the founder of judo. Judo was the first Japanese martial art to gain widespread international recognition, and the first to become an official Olympic sport. Pedagogical innovations attributed to Kanō include the use of black and white belts, and the introduction of dan ranking to show the relative ranking between members of a martial art style. Well-known mottoes attributed to Kanō include "Maximum Efficiency with Minimum Effort" and "Mutual Welfare and Benefit."

In his professional life Kanō was an educator. Important postings included serving as director of primary education for the Ministry of Education from 1898-1901, and as president of Tokyo Higher Normal School from 1901 until 1920. He played a key role in getting judo and kendo made part of the Japanese public school programs of the 1910s.

Kanō was also a pioneer of international sports. Accomplishments included being the first Asian member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) (he served from 1909 until 1938); officially representing Japan at most Olympic Games held between 1912 and 1936; and serving as a leading spokesman for Japan's bid for the 1940 Olympic Games.

His official honors and decorations included the First Order of Merit and Grand Order of the Rising Sun and the Third Imperial Degree. Kanō was inducted into the IJF Hall of Fame on 14 May 1999.

My Pushup Video

A video i made a few months ago

Ferguson to enter the cage..

Dr. Rhadi Ferguson of Titusville is scheduled to make his MMA pro debut Saturday at the Hybrid Fight League in Hopkinsville, Ky. Ferguson was on the 2004 U.S. Olympic team for judo and has a black belt in Brazilian Jiujitsu.

Fighting's all in the family
Dr. Rhadi Ferguson has a first cousin who has made a name in pro MMA -- Kimbo Slice.
"Rhadi has trained with Kimbo and is very proud of his cousin. They both train at ATT," said Ferguson's agent, Ed Clay.
Slice started out with bare-knuckle backyard fights and made his way to the UFC.
Ferguson's path to MMA comes from elite amateur martial arts and judo at the Olympic level.

"The (Aug. 21) event is a smaller professional event that we're using to get Rhadi experience in MMA before making the jump to a larger show like the UFC or Strikeforce," Clay said. "We've had offers from large organizations, but we feel this is the best path to start Rhadi's career."

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Friday, August 13, 2010

Kata guruma

Me attempting to throw at this years Bash for Cash helf by South Australian Judo Academy. Im looking forward to next years event.
Yes this throw is now illegal but its a good photo anyway.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010


"Don't Count the Days... Make the days count"

Monday, August 9, 2010

Busy busy....

These last couples of weeks have been pretty busy with me. Upon returning home from japan I visited family and friends as well as kept up my own training.

Since last friday I have been at a national training camp here at the australian institute of sport in my hometown of canberra. Our camp goes for one week and will in preparation for our Oceania championships this weekend in canberra. I fight on sunday and this comp is the biggest comp on the Oceania judo calendar.

After the Oceania championships I have the Nsw international open in sydney, then three days after that I will be heading to the usa for the miami world cup and the us open. From there the australian team and I will travel back to tsukuba university in japan for an eight day training camp before competing in the world championships in tokyo. Its going to be a very busy next month or so but its in these next few comps that I really need to dig deep and get the wins. I'm in great form since coming from japan and I'm excited to fight.
my weight is going fantastic and I'm very close to 60kg after each session.

Going to the worlds I also have fellow hill sports academy athletes duke didier for 100kgs sara collins 63kg and my long term coach tom hill will be co coaching the team.

This will be my third world championships and it has come around so fast, it seems only yesterday I was in the netherlands competing last year.


Ps I hope u enjoy my blog

Saturday, August 7, 2010

The Ultimate MMA Strength & Conditioning Product Review

Make no mistake, Wong is the real deal.
The Ultimate MMA Strength and Conditioning Program draws from his knowledge and experience as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and an MMA and UFC trainer. This isn’t a generic program for people who want to get fit, it is a comprehensive system specifically designed for those who want to succeed in BJJ and MMA.
This is only for those who are serious about training. Weekend warriors need not apply.
The Ultimate MMA Strength and Conditioning Program gets my pick as the top BJJ and MMA training program for the following reasons.

It is comprehensive. Really comprehensive.

Ultimate MMA is a truly complete training program for BJJ and MMA fighters – you will not need another strength and conditioning program ever again.
From the psychology of goal setting to how to warm up properly for MMA and full 8, 12 and 16 week programs, Wong covers everything in exacting detail.
He also explains the science behind his program. For example, did you know your body has 3 energy systems – aerobic, anaerobic lactic and anaerobic alactic? Wong explains what these are, how they are used in a MMA / BJJ match and how to specifically train each energy system.

It’s easy to follow

The Ultimate MMA Strength and Conditioning Program contains a massive amount of information.
But because it’s well written and well presented, it’s really easy to follow. The information is sensibly broken down into key points making it simple to understand and simple to remember. I believe it’s always best to understand why you train in a certain way. Knowledge can make you a better athlete. But if you don’t have the time or inclination to understand the ‘why’, you can just focus on the ‘how’ and follow the training program.
One of the great things about Ultimate MMA is that it’s not a hardcopy book but comes in electronic format. Now some people will prefer being able to pick up a training manual but having it electronically has some really neat benefits. Top of the list is video. Following written instructions is one thing. Being able to watch and follow audio-visual instructions takes things to a whole new level.

It is written for MMA fighters

This is the single most compelling reason why I pick Ultimate MMA Strength and Conditioning as my top training program. It is laser focused on MMA fighters.
For example, the training program is designed to fit in with skills training. MMA and BJJ fighters don’t want to hit the gym seven days a week. We need to fit time in to hit the mats and train our skills.
The workouts are all specifically designed around what an MMA fighter needs. For example, underhooks are a key element for any BJJ or MMA fighter. The program includes training to specifically develop strong underhooks. Wong also goes through the most common injuries MMA fighters suffer and then shows you how to train to strengthen and protect those body parts.

Is it all good news?

To be honest, it is. If you’re serious about MMA or BJJ, if you want to be in the best shape to win competitions, you need the Ultimate MMA Strength and Conditioning Program. It’s such a complete and comprehensive resource, you’ll literally be able to bin all your other workout programs.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

No-Gi Judo - My new Video

A video i made last night. hope you like it. I will film another one with a better quality camera one day soon.

Comments most welcome

Matt Hughes vs Ricardo Almeida

This weekend my favourite fighter Matt Hughes is fighting Ricardo Almeida. I like Matt for some many htings but the main thing i like about him is his composure in the ring and how he wins. To me when he wins he doesnt seem overly happy, its almost like it was meant to happen due to how hard he trains. Although he is getting a bit old now i really wish i started following him from the beginning as that would have been awesome.

Matt has a blog and website at and was recently added into the UFC Hall of Fame

Go Matt

Monday, August 2, 2010

Newaza Clip

Here is a Ne waza (groundwork) clip i made ages ago. I rewatched it the other day and thought i would repost it.
I will make a new one soon.

Pic of the Week - Kimura

A sick kimura in a recent MMA fight