Roger Gracie vs Kevin Randleman May 15

by Marcelo Dunlop | source:

Roger Gracie will make his May-15 StrikeForce debut against Kevin Randleman, the Gracie just confirmed to

“I should head to New York about three weeks before it, to do prep-work at Renzo’s academy,” added the current world absolute champion of Jiu-Jitsu.

The black belt has two MMA wins on his record, one from 2006 and the other from 2008, in contrast to the American wrestler’s 31 MMA fights, with 17 wins and 14 losses.

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ranier wolfcastle site profile image  

3/16/10 12:34 AM by ranier wolfcastle

 kev can keep it standing and outstrike him if his cardio is good this time but kev is known to make big mistakes and his cardio was crap last time

Treadlite82 site profile image  

3/16/10 12:09 AM by Treadlite82

Yes... when you are that good on the ground you can get clinch and fall over with them on top and still be game for getting a submission... Is he going to shoot a double? noCan he get clinch and drag them both down? yesMy takedowns are bad but I can still drag it to the ground.

JSho site profile image  

3/15/10 11:48 PM by JSho

Say Randleman keeps it standing, what then? is he going to outbox someone with an enormous height and reach advantage with his less than stellar striking?This match is theoretically gold for Roger since however Randleman takes it to the ground and whereever Roger lands, he will recover guard and armbar Kevin.

BuddyRevell site profile image  

3/15/10 10:12 PM by BuddyRevell

Will he be able to get it to the ground against any high-level wrestler that wants to keep it standing?

JSho site profile image  

3/15/10 9:08 PM by JSho

that is probably the best form of training he could do.

PTM2020 site profile image  

3/15/10 8:13 PM by PTM2020

 Randleman has a BJJ BLUEBELT!!!

cincibill site profile image  

3/15/10 8:02 PM by cincibill

Randleman is too small for Roger, and still a wrestler that never learned mma.

jiujitsu100 site profile image  

3/15/10 7:58 PM by jiujitsu100

Big if and yes.

MMAINCA site profile image  

3/15/10 6:51 PM by MMAINCA

Serious question, what if Randleman keeps it standing? Does he have a chance?