In this clip from a TV show, a 160 lb. female BJJ blackbelt wrestles with a sumo. The match isn’t exactly in a competitive environment, but it ends with the sumo tapping out.
Then Jon makes a big mistake. He tries to sneak attack his big brother Arthur and push him in the pool. Arthur is of course an NFL linemen and the sneak attack doesn’t work.
The Underground/MMA.tv does not condone fighting on the street. We always recommend trying to get yourself out of a situation, but sometimes it is unavoidable.
This is why ‘Cyborg’ is arguably the most feared woman in combat sports history.
Jake Shields: “This guy was talking crap the whole time, gouging my eyes. … Well, congratulations A.J. You’re a b****. How does it feel to be a p**** and get your draw?”
In this video, Kenny Lovetere, or the ‘Leglock Ninja’ demonstrates how to put yourself in position to apply this submission from a stand position. It is a ‘flying leg lock’.
UR Show is showing Bellator what a freakshow really looks like, on March 18 in Phoenix, Ariz.
Things couldn’t get much more embarrassing for this Marine as he challenges a female to a Grappling Competition inside of the Cage.
A view recently surfaced that alleges to show an instructor pulling one teen competitor off of another. The student in question is allegedly not his own, which would make the incident highly unusual.
Roy Nelson obviously not impressed with the comment gave the Poppa Bear Grizzly look in the announcers direction with his own sign for number one.
When asked about the reason for the altercation Ralek Gracie said that they guy in the video had been bullying his sister and teasing her for sometime.
Ronda Rousey grapples Nick Diaz in the 209, flow roll style.
Current day mixed martial marts is practiced almost exclusively by athletes who cross train in all of MMA’s core disciplines. Wrestling, boxing, BJJ, Muay Thai… The origins of the sport however are rooted in style vs style matchups. How would a great boxer fare against a top judoka? Would Tae Kwon Do be effective against
In this video we see The Janoskians attempt to take on the UFC’s one and only Miesha Tate.
US Marines are known to be some of the toughest guys you’ll ever meet. That’s why it’s no surprise that when the challenge of a 2 on 1 grappling match is presented, this Marine doesn’t back down.
Then there are injuries like this one — when pulling guard goes wrong. Really, really wrong.
The video begins as Joe explains to his instructor Eddie Bravo what happened. It is Mr. Bravo’s idea to get the two rolling on film.
When the pressure becomes too much, Ray politely apologizes for vomiting his lunch on The Geeza’s head, saying very clearly, “It wasn’t my fault the guy was squeezing me”
Do you think this match would have had a different outcome if strikes like punches, knees, kicks, and elbows were allowed to be used?
There is a saying that when you are caught in a sunk submission hold, you have three choices – to tap, nap, or snap. If it a choke, it is even simpler – you tap or nap. If a joint lock, you tap or snap. This is literally the case with joint locks. Failure to