David Jacobs' BJJGround Hugo Duarte: Luta Livre

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Tape 4 from Fureys' Farmer Burns series. 2001

 

 

8/12/16 12:20 PM
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Tape 4 of the Rio videos set from 97'

 

 

A few from Kimo up next. GAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Ha, if anyone wants to watch the above Bas tape better hurry or download it for later,  Glory kickboxing has filed like 20 copyright infringements on it. Strangely nothing on the other Bas tape or even on an actual glory event. BTW, none of these uploads are monitized or even publicly searchable on youtube.

8/12/16 8:23 PM
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stupid question...but how does one download it off youtube?
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Sober - stupid question...but how does one download it off youtube?

i use keepvid.com
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shen - 

Wow, I have never laid eyes on Viele before! I was always curious about those tapes too. No longer. lol.

But I always assumed he was a Brazilian guy? No?

--What's his actual training background? Anyone know?


CRRRRRAAAAACCCKKKKK!!!!
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Sober - stupid question...but how does one download it off youtube?

If you use firefox there's quite a few different free add-on youtube downloaders. I'm sure with chrome as well.

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shen - 

Wow, I have never laid eyes on Viele before! I was always curious about those tapes too. No longer. lol.

But I always assumed he was a Brazilian guy? No?

--What's his actual training background? Anyone know?


CRRRRRAAAAACCCKKKKK!!!!

Better yet, call him and ask him how long he trained and who gave him his black belt and the title of "master" in Japanese/Brazilian Ju-jitsu.
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Last tape of the Schwartz judo series from 93'.

 

 

Haven't got to Kimo yet.

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^ Not that anyone cares, but.. I used to see Kimo all the time, often eating spaghetti.  Pretty sure his GF worked at the pizza place in Westwood Village (UCLA Area) we often went to for lunch. Saw him a bunch of times. Never talked to him though. I really don't like to bother other people and, honestly, I just didn't have anything to say to him.

 

 

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Google only found these on one karate supply site, that appears a bit outdated, so i don't think they are being sold anymore either. A very good panther series from 99.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Oleg's first tape from 96' .  This tape launched a few legends.

 

 

 

 

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In Phone Post 3.0
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How about the John Lewis and Andre Pedenarais series with Igor Zinoviev. I have that 6 tape series. A lot of good moves.
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I didn't get that one. $300 for 6 tapes was a little to steep. It bothers me still to this day, much like the 1st Carlson jr/Rei Diego set that got away

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The bonus tape that came with Renzo's advanced Black Belt Series. From 97' .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Awesome Phone Post 3.0
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Is there still good stuff to learn from in these old tapes or are they more for nostalgia/entertainment purposes?

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thanks for the vids debraco!
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Isn't Hugo Duarte the dude with the embarrassingly bad fight with Mark Kerr in Pride? I wanted to punch him myself while watching that fight.

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A very good set for takedowns. Shonie was a NJCAA all american and on a couple college world teams.I purchased these in 2001 from black belt magazine, i think the UG store sold them for a while also, after the purchase of island. I can't find them anywhere for sale currently, other than second hand on ebay.  I'd recommend picking them up if you're looking for a good take down instructionals.

 

 

 

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TakinAllFades - 

Is there still good stuff to learn from in these old tapes or are they more for nostalgia/entertainment purposes?

 

There's absolutely nothing to learn from any instructional made before 2014.

 

Trying a move from any earlier than that would get you submitted quickly in a match or killed on the street.

 

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Indeed, rather antiquated and neanderthal like really, slowly lurching about while occasionally squawking like a strangled parrot when the opponent manages to inflict the dreaded rear admiral or a head twist.