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Fake News BJJ : Showcasing Techniques That Shouldn’t Work But Somehow They Do


Fake News BJJ : Showcasing Techniques That Shouldn’t Work But Somehow They Do

In jiu jitsu we often see moves be mainstreamed and all of a sudden they’re everywhere at the same time we often see a move from judo or sambo re-appearing in bjj and being given a different name.

Sometimes a white belt will come up with a move and it will take off. Sure, by the book it shouldn’t work and yet it does.

These moves shouldn’t really work. But for some reason, they are actually pretty effective. My friend Brandon Mccaghren, 10th Planet Black Belt who runs 10P Decatur, Alabama launched a Fake News BJJ movement recently, showcasing techniques that shouldn’t work but somehow they do.

That inspired me to contribute to this idea by making a full YouTube video on the subject because there are so many interesting and contradictory views on what works, what should work and could work.

 

 

Who better to show you how to use his own brand of pressure passing and finesse to stop the Z Guard than half guard master Tom DeBlass?!  And if you thought he was only a No Gi player, you’ve got another thing coming.  In his new 4 volume “High Tech BJJ in the Gi” instructional that just hit the BJJ Fanatics charts, he’s going to give you all of his best Gi techniques from sweeps, to passes, to submissions and everything in between.  And keep in mind, everything he shows in the Gi can easily translate to No Gi, so its like getting two instructionals for the price of one.

For The First Time Ever, Lucas Leite Shares His World Famous Coyote Half Guard Adapted For No Gi. Learn The Weird Techniques that Lucas Leite uses so well against bigger opponent's that he voluntarily enter tournaments in the ultra-heavy division with an almost 100 lb weight deficit.