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Global Training Report 

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"Without Fear or Favor"

From Brasil, Thailand, Japan, and Korea

Est. 2000

 

 

 

April 25, 2015

"Jiu-Jitsu Saved My Life!"

An Interview with 

Fernando Augusto Silva Tererê

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April 13, 2015

Training Muay Thai in Pattaya 

with Changpuk Kiatsongrit, 2015

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March 11, 2015

本当に懐かしい!

Those were the days...A Stroll down Memory Lane. 

Classic MMA Magazine Covers From Japan

 

 

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Available March 8, 2015

Choque: The Untold Story of Jiu-Jitsu in Brazil, Volume 1, 1856-1949 Updated 2nd Edition by Roberto Pedreira

Choque: The Untold Story of Jiu-Jitsu in Brazil, Volume 1, 1856-1949 2nd Edition, describes the big and small fights of the famous and forgotten heroes and legends of Brazilian jiu-jitsu, based on verifiable Portuguese and Japanese sources. A few of the many individuals discussed are: Paschoal Segreto, Sada Miako, Cyriaco, Mario Aleixo, Conde Koma (Mitsuyo Maeda) and his troupes of fighters (Satake, Okura, Matsura, Akiyama, Shimizu, and Sadakazu Uyenishi “Raku”), Jacyntho Ferro, Geo Omori, Carlos Gracie, Helio Gracie, George Gracie, Oswaldo Gracie, Gastão Gracie Filho, Manoel Rufino dos Santos, Donato Pires dos Reis, Oswaldo Fada, Takeo Yano, Yassuiti Ono, Naoiti Ono, Roberto Ruhmann, Dudú, Sinhôzinho, Miyaki, Massagoichi, Manuel Fernandes, Manuel Grillo, Shigeo, Namiki, Antonio Portugal, Ervin Klausner, Fred Ebert, Wladek Zbyszko, and hundreds of others. Four appendices are included, listing every fighter, fight, and academy, individual records of representative fighters, and lineages of the most productive teachers. References and an index are provided as well as new rare illustrations. Choque 1 2nd Edition contains new information about several important fights that was not known when Choque 1 was originally published in 2104. In addition Choque  1 2nd Edition has been updated and extensively revised for enhanced ease of reading, comprehension, and understanding of the history of jiu-jitsu in Brazil.

 

 

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Available February 16, 2015

Choque: The Untold Story of Jiu-Jitsu in Brazil, Volume 2, 1950-1960, by Roberto Pedreira, describes the big and small fights of the famous and forgotten heroes, myths, and legends of Brazilian jiu-jitsu, based on verifiable Portuguese and Japanese sources. Six appendices are included, listing  fighters, fights, academies, individual records (of representative fighters), and lineages of the most productive teachers. 

A few of the many individuals discussed are: Landulfo Caribé, Azevedo Maia, Carlos Gracie, Helio Gracie, George Gracie, Robson Gracie, Carlson Gracie, Oswaldo Fada, Almir Ribeiro, João Alberto Barreto, Helio Vigio, Masayoshi Kawakami, Haroldo Brito, René Bastos, Biriba, Nilo Gutierrez, Adomildo Nascimento “Borrachina”, Oswaldo Alves, Shunji Hinata, Pedro Hemeterio, Sakai, Takeo Yano, Waldemar Santana, Valdo Santana, Passarito, Artur Emidio, Sinhôzinho, Genarino Piemontese, Mauro Gonzago, Amauri Guarilha, Moacir Luzia Vale, Armando Wreidt, Paulo Romito, Rudolf Hermanny, Cirandinha, Guanair Vial, George Mehdi, Masahiko Kimura, and hundreds of others. 

Full references are provided. An index is included to supplement the appendices. Thirty-eight illustrations are included.  

Choque 2 is available in  print editions and digital editions.

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Still available: Jiu-Jitsu in the South Zone, 1997-2008, by Roberto Pedreira.

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