High Rollerz: Cops Vs Stonerz – 18 September!

The dopest martial art tournament in the world, High Rollerz, has come back for its seventh edition, taking place soon on 18 September with a special ‘Cops Vs Stonerz’ event, and a middleweight super championship bout between Mitch Aguilar (Team Cops) and Jake Shields (Team Stonerz) being the main event.

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Robert Drysdale is Telling The True History of Jiu-Jitsu: ‘There’s a lot more to the story’

Robert Drysdale might be the most uniquely qualified person in the world to tell the story of jiu-jitsu. A history major in college, Drysdale was born in the United States but spent most of his childhood in Brazil, and is intimately familiar with both US and Brazilian culture. More importantly,

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Video: Robert Drysdale Explains Why Jiu-Jitsu Is Not in the Olympics

With the recent conclusion of the summer Olympics, jiu-jitsu practitioners and fans are once again asking an important question: Why is jiu-jitsu not in the Olympics? With other martial arts and combat sports like wrestling, judo, karate, and Taekwondo in the Olympics, why not jiu-jitsu? In the video below, ADCC

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Robert Drysdale Explains Beef with Gordon Ryan, Responds to Match-Fixing Allegations

Earlier this year, Gordon Ryan and ADCC organizer Mo Jassim alleged that Robert Drysdale engaged in at least one fixed match on his way to winning the 2007 ADCC absolute title. Drysdale initially denied those allegations, and in an appearance on the Aces BJJ Podcast, Drysdale explained in detail the

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ADCC Head Organizer Says Robert Drysdale Had Fixed Matches in 2007, Gordon Ryan Weighs In

Robert Drysdale has found himself attached to some serious allegations. Recently, ADCC head organizer Mo Jassim stated that Drysdale engaged in fixed matches during the 2007 ADCCs in which Drysdale won the absolute title. One particular match involves Andre Galvao, who admitted to competing in a fixed match against Drysdale.

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Robert Drysdale Lists His Top BJJ Teams of All Time

Although Brazilian jiu-jitsu is relatively young as a competitive sport, a few people have attempted to objectively chronicle the history of the competition side of BJJ. One of those people is ADCC champion Robert Drysdale, who, along with the publication of his book “Opening Closed-Guard: The Origins of Jiu-Jitsu in

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