Tim, Matt, and Ernest sit down with Ryron Gracie to talk about his competition experience, what led him to stop competition, and what is getting him back into competing again at the 2012 Gracie Worlds. Ryron talks about his philosophies behind training and competition. He goes on to talk about the motivation behind online Gracie University, how belts are given, and his grandfather's Helio's opinion on it. '
Ernest follows up with some great rumors and Matt is confronted by podcast listener JCash about UFC 146 fight picks.
Tim, Ernest, and Matt sit down with Saulo Ribeiro to talk about the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu lifestyle, the tournament mindset, Hell Week World's preparation in San Diego, and rumors.
Kurt Osiander joins the podcast with Tim, Matt, and Ernest to talk about the recent World Jiu-Jitsu Expo, Jiu-Jitsu competitions, and crazy dojo stories from San Francisco.
Tim sits down with Cesar Gracie and Braulio Estima to talk about the 2012 World Jiu-Jitsu Expo to clear the air. Don't miss this special episode.
Tim, Matt, and Brandon travel to the 2012 World Jiu-Jitsu Expo. The crew talks to Nathan Diaz, Renzo Gracie, Relson Gracie, Fabricio Werdum, Braulio Estima. We also play an interview with Keenan Cornelius from earlier in the week. Hope you enjoy the show.
Tim, Matt, and Ernest talk about being overly aggressive during training, how long a new student should wait to roll, and crossfit for BJJ. They also talk about the upcoming World Jiu-Jitsu Expo. The guys get Eddie Bravo on the line to talk about the current state of BJJ, submission only tournaments, and rumors. Surprise guest Renato Laranja crashes the party and Eddie and Renato get into it.
Tim, Matt, and Francisco are back again. Tim talks about the state of the podcast and what the future holds. The guys discuss the latest interesting threads on the message boards. Matt gives his take on the UFC Nate Diaz vs. Jim Miller event. They guys sit down with Javier Vazquez to talk about what's wrong with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and how to fix it. Javier talks about how he started in BJJ and the uniqueness of training on the Carlson AND Rorion side of the Gracie family tree.