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Japanese Ju Jutsu Black Belt Faces Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt in BJJ Competition

Japanese Ju Jutsu Black Belt Faces Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt in BJJ Competition

BJJ black belt Robby Malof recently squared off against a Japanese ju jitsu black belt.

In most cases Japanese Jujutsu is practiced in a more controlled manner with little to no live sparring.

This is just simply not an effective way to properly learn how to use a technique in a self-defense situation. Because a fight outside the gym isn’t controlled or choreographed. It’s intense, scary, exhausting and chaotic.

And while live training may not exactly mimic a fight on the street exactly. It will expose you to the stimulus of a fight situation. So here’s how a japanese jujitsu black belt made off against a bjj black belt at a recent NAGA event:

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