Friday, April 23, 2010
Alliance Leader Romero “Jacare” gets his 7th Degree
Big congrats is in order for Romero “Jacare” Cavalcanti for receiving his 7th degree from the IBJJF. Romero’s lifetime dedication to the art and his students is recognized by his friends and peers. His right hand man Fabio Gurgel, the Alliance General stated: “Congratulations master for all the years of dedication to the art of teaching. No one deserves it more. “
As a personal, long time friend I want to extend my congratulations to “Jacare” for all he has done for BJJ!
Royler Seminar for Kids in Canada
Royler Gracie will be conducting a special seminar for kids during his Canda tour. The seminar takes place on April 24th at the Canada-Toronto RGDA/Newmarket , with Chris Robinson’s Karate,for the Kids. For more info call (905)830-1245 (905)830-1245 or www.teamrks.com
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Ohio Grappling Challenge – South Bay Open and 3rd American Cup
Posted by Kid Peligro at 9:24 AM
NEW YORK (April 22, 2009) –Unbeaten Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu sensation Roger Gracie (2-0) will make his long-awaited STRIKEFORCE and United States Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) debut when he squares off with two-time NCAA National Wrestling Champion and former UFC Heavyweight Champion Kevin “The Monster” Randleman (17-14) in a featured light heavyweight (205 pound) contest at STRIKEFORCE St. Louis: Heavy Artillery at Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Mo. on Saturday, May 15.
Middleweight (185 pound) superstar and 2008 DREAM Grand Prix tournament runner up “Jacare” Souza (11-2) will collide with hard-hitting sensation Joey Villasenor (27-6) in another featured bout. The winner of the coveted ADCC Submission Wrestling World Championship in 2005, the 28-year-old Gracie, a second degree Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt under Carlos Gracie, Jr, made history by submitting all eight of his opponents during the tournament, a feat that had never previously been achieved.
Posted by Kid Peligro at 9:20 AM