David Jacobs' BJJGround Rodolfo dominating again in MMA


3/13/18 12:48 AM
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ttt
3/13/18 1:10 AM
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Damn he looks decent. 

3/13/18 9:33 AM
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That was a weird looking takedown. 

His control is insane. So smooth between grappling, pinning, moving and landing strikes on the ground. Doesn't seem jammed up or hesitant at all.

3/13/18 10:25 AM
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kennyfrommd -

That was a weird looking takedown. 

His control is insane. So smooth between grappling, pinning, moving and landing strikes on the ground. Doesn't seem jammed up or hesitant at all.

You get that way when you’re arguably one of the GOATs in a sport like BJJ

3/13/18 11:59 AM
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Love that he strikes with intent on the ground

3/13/18 3:55 PM
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Very impressed with his ground striking, particularly against a guy like that. You could tell his opponent was skilled on the ground and had a tricky guard. Rodolfo was never in any trouble.

3/13/18 9:24 PM
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Poor guy was fucked once he got flattened out at the end there. He couldn't even squirm.

3/14/18 11:07 AM
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Imagine his gas at 185, holy shit.

3/14/18 1:23 PM
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Looks like just really wanted that tko victory. Does feel better than a sub and it shows his evolving game.
3/14/18 1:33 PM
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Completely outclassed him skill wise and in physicality.

3/15/18 12:22 AM
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Good ground striking.....his opponent was no slouch either. 

3/15/18 10:28 AM
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Ernest Estrada -

Good ground striking.....his opponent was no slouch either. 

He looked great, his opponent Alex is very skilled, he got 3rd at worlds at brown belt, and I believe won Europeans at brown, not sure though. Either way it's Rodolfo, but his ground striking was nice, looking forward to seeing him compete more.

3/15/18 10:42 AM
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Wilders of the Lost Each -

Dominant. His biggest challenge might be USADA. 

I was thinking the same thing.

3/15/18 1:20 PM
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His opponent lasted longer on the ground than I expected. 

Edited: 3/15/18 1:29 PM
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19 -

His opponent lasted longer on the ground than I expected. 

Uhm it looked like a cat toying with a mouse.

3/16/18 12:25 AM
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green_machine -

Love that he strikes with intent on the ground

This. 

3/16/18 1:27 PM
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Mit - 
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His opponent lasted longer on the ground than I expected. 

Uhm it looked like a cat toying with a mouse.


Had no idea who the other guy was. Good to know that he had decent grappling creds. He looked pretty wiley...able to get his legs in from either N/S or KOB.. tough to keep in place. Defintely props to Rudolfo for not turning it into a grappling match and maintain a focus on striking while maintaining dominance against this guy.

Not a striking expert but I was a little concerned about his lack of head movement and the fact that he moved in a straight line forwards and backwards.