Join Jim Cooley and Inside BJJ Matt for the very first episode of "In This Corner". The guys talk about Nick Diaz vs Anderson Silva coming up in January, Jessie Ventura's court case against the estate of Chris Kyle, and the ongoing demise of TNA Wrestling. Later, Greg "The Hammer" calls in to talk about coming up through the ranks in professional wrestling, working for Vince McMahon, his epic feud with Tito Santana and much much more.
Don't miss this chance to hear the very first episode of "In This Corner".
The guys talk about what it means it to grind. The guys play some old audio clips from Tom Vu and talk about his 80's money making scam. Later, the guys play some clips from Rev. X and talk about ghetto preachers.
The guys talk about Matt receiving his promotion to blue belt, Matt elbow smashing Miguel at Jiu-Jitsu class, and the San Jose UFC Fight Night. The guys do a message board recap and play a prank phone call they did from a few shows back.Tim calls out Luke Rockhold for taking a picture with Estella.
The guys talk about the midweek grind. Matt Dodge & Jim Cooley call in to talk about their UFC Lawler vs. Brown Picks. Jim talks about his new show, "In the Corner" coming up on the Inside BJJ network.
Tim talks about the wedding ceremony he performed over the weekend. The guys talk about the Rickson podcast and then Matt tells an incredible story about dating older women.
The guys sit down with the legendary Rickson Gracie to talk about the new Jiu-Jitsu Global Federation (JJGF). Rickson talks about the current issues with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu including the competition scene, the way Jiu-Jitsu is taught, and what needs to be done to move Jiu-Jitsu to the next level.
Rickson outlines the mission of the federation, how it's different than the International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation IBJJF, and how the federation will work with existing Jiu-Jitsu/Grappling organizations. Rickson talks about the pillars of the JJGF - Service, Education, and Competition.
Finally, Tim asks Rickson about his mythical status in Jiu-Jitsu and his undefeated record. Rickson talks about his God-given abilities and submitting every opponent he has ever faced. Rickson shares candid stories about overcoming his mind telling him to quit in his first fight against Zulu and going blind in his last fight against Funaki and still winning.
The guys talk about shootings in Stockton, kids junior police academy, Mexican gangs named after food, judging people based on the pizza they like, and the importance of racing, kickball, tetherball, and foursquare in elementary school.
Afterwards, the guys talk to MMA fighter Murdoch Abbott about his new DVD's and seminars coming to Northern California.
Last, the guys breeze through the news.
Jim Cooley sits down in studio with the guys to talk about his career as an early mixed-martial artists, the good old days wrestling on independent wrestling circuits, and being a ring announce for mixed martial arts productions.
Later, the guys talk with Brazilian Jiu-Jitu black belt and professional drummer for Poison and Devil City Angels, Rikki Rockett. Rikki talks about Devil City Angels newest song, "All My People", the parallels of drumming and jiu-jitsu, and his experience being a makeup wearing alpha male.
Rikki talks about his experience at Metamoris 3 watching Eddie Bravo vs. Royler Gracie, how he became a hairdresser in his early days, and how he deals with hates.
Marshal Carper calls in to talk about Artéchoke Media's newest book, "Mastering the Crucifix", and discusses some up and coming projects for Artéchoke Media.
Don't miss this jam packed show of Jiu-Jitsu, Wrestling, MMA, and music goodness.
Join Matt and Tim for another installment of Late Nite Jive. The guys sit down with cousin Sam to talk about Matt's awesome gambling pickle, the pecking order in the family as kids, and Sam's adventures in being a security at a local motel including drugs, guns, kidnapping, and a freestylin' Samoan.
The guys talk about Tim scratching Ernest in the head and drawing blood during No-Gi training. Matt talks about his recent demise on the gambling circuit. Later the guys talk about the latest happenings in the WWE, Saturday Night's Main Events from the past, and the role of former WWE Commissioner Jack Tunney. Cousin Sam joins the podcast and the guys chat with Richard Bresler about being the first full time Gracie Jiu-Jitsu student in the United States, challenge matches, and early UFC's.
Finally, the guys discuss their losers of the week.
Join Ernest for the debut episode of The Ernest Project. Ernest talks about his goals for the show and outlines what he absolutely will not talk about on the show. He then proceeds to talk about what he just said he wouldn't talk about. Later, he tells a story about trading GI Joes for chicken and then welching on the deal. Afterwards, he scolds Tim for interrupting the show with stupid ideas.
If you love Ernest, and we know you do, this is your chance to hear the big man uncensored.
Tim starts the show talking about the new shows coming up on the Inside BJJ Premium Network. He talks about how Inside BJJ raised the bar for jiu-jitsu podcast in 2012 when it started and how once again it's raising the bar with the Premium Network. He also talks a bit about copy-cats and the importance of trying to be original. Later, Ernest and Tim sit down to talk with Andrew Smith about the jiu-jitsu scene in Richmond, VA, the old days of learning jiu-jitsu through magazines, VHS tapes, and seminars. Andrew talks about the role of technology like the internet, smart phones, and YouTube in the development of jiu-jitsu. He also talks about how U.S. Grappling functions and uses technology on a regular basis to improve the competitor experience.
Join us for an enlightening talk with Andrew Smith.
Join Matt and Tim for the debut episode of Late Nite Jive on the Inside BJJ Premium Network. Matt shares stories of love, lust, drama, and fighting from his past.
Estella joins the guys for the Wednesday Night Grind with Rose Gracie. The show starts off with a recap of the BJJ Tour All Star Tournament in Santa Cruz, CA. The guys talk about Sergio Silva's performance. Matt explains his frustration again regarding the Eve Torres Gracie interview. Later the guys call Rose Gracie to talk about the upcoming Gracie Regionals July 12-13, Live To Fight - a non-profit organization aimed at helping combat martial artists family in times of need, and much more. Later the crew reviews the news.