Bullpen Submissions has been building steam, giving grapplers opportunities out in Arizona. We're excited to hear about what they have in store in January and beyond!
The gi and no gi black belt talks training, tips for training in both gi and no gi, and somehow... his love for reality television.
We end the year with a killer interview with Rafael Lovato Jr.
Longtime pal Brandon McCaghren dropped by to make a major announcement with us on a very special episode of Grappling Hour.
Right after picking up a win at EBI 18 trials, we caught up with winner Fabiana Jorge.
“The Warrior” tells us how excited he is for tomorrow’s big fight.
Before he returns to the LFA cage next week, our pal Vince Cachero stops by to chat.
Find out how the host of Juggernaut Training Systems made his way into the world of grappling. Plus, we chat craft beers, powerlifting, and the power of persistence.
Triunfo owner, black belt, and EBI 17 Combat Jiu Jitsu competitor Felipe Fogolin joins us.
Jeremiah Vance chats IBJJF rulesets, Subversiv, and chats about his awesome new team grappling event he’s participating in next week.
Just days before he returns to the EBI stage, I get to talk with STEPHEN MARTINEZ about Combat Jiu Jitsu, his new school (Peerless Jiu Jitsu), and even discuss why he competes like a madman.
This week, I did an update on some of our fans #squadgoals and had a few guests chime in as I recorded this live.
Every year I write out a series of long and short term goals that I set for myself. This year, I decided to share my goals from 2018 and let you in on the process of the goals that I’m setting for 2019.
Sorry kids, I’m running behind this week. This week, I update you on No Defense November, and then tell you what the hell is making me so mad with Instagram and the UFC this week (and how it’s affecting me!).
How I get around Holiday training roadblocks, plus an update on No Defense November
Forget Sober October, it’s all about…
In this episode, I talk about my long history of being hyper critical of my own performances.
I recall a nice moment from the 20th Anniversary of King of the Cage and talk a little bit about the difficulty of watching a split decision happen to a homie.
Further breaking down the moment the sport became turned into an art for me.
Every journey has an origin story. This one’s mine.