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Breakingmuscle: Why CrossFit and BJJ Should Never Be in the Olympics

The guys from breaking muscle wrote a very interesting article about this subject. As a practitioner of both sports I found this point of view, to be correct in many aspects: Source:...

IBJJF – Pro League makes its debut with FREE STREAM on December 8, 2012 (Long Beach, CA)

The inaugural IBJJ – Pro League 2012 is only two and a half weeks away and new names are being added daily. The roster of athletes is nearly finalized and some of the biggest names in jiu-jitsu...

Slovakia’s Lubomir Repasky On His Beginnings In London & Fighting To Grow BJJ In Slovakia

1.Hi Lubo, can you please introduce yourself to the BJJ community of Eastern Europe My name is Lubomir Repasky. I come from Slovakia where I live, train and teach . I am currently a brown belt under...

University Professor at Day, BJJ Player at Night: Meet Macedonia’s Martin Mihajlov

1. Hi Martin can you please introduce yourself to our readers  Hello BJJ Eastern Europe readers, Martin Mihajlov here from Skopje, Macedonia. I’m almost 3 BJJ years old and I’m training...

BJJ Black Belt, Alexander “Deda” Faria On His Mission To Develop BJJ In Russia

1. Hi Deda can you please introduce yourself to our readers? My name is Alexander Faria, also known as Deda Faria. I’m Brazilian, 39 years old and came to live in Russia in September of these...

BJJ Is Booming In Russia.The Legendary Aleksandr Karelin Appreciates.

Marcus Vinicius (Beverly Hills Jiu-Jitsu Club) was recently promoting Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in Russia. His first trip to the country took place in 2007 and now he has come back and the gentle art in...

Spreading BJJ: AJ Adams On Developing BJJ Programs In Universities

Cleber Luciano brown belt Aj Adams was a guest on the always excellent show “This Week On BJJ”. AJ has successfully developed a University BJJ program at a few Universities in California....

BJJ Black Belt Robert Naumoski on BJJ In Australia & His Academy Roots BJJ In Macedonia.

1.Hi Robert, can you please introduce yourself to the BJJ community of Eastern Europe? Name: Robert Naumoski, 38 years old and live in between Australia and Macedonia, I was born in Australia where...

The Jiu-Jitsu Globetrotter, Christian Graugart Takes Gold At Black Belt At London Open

Christian Graugart AKA the „Jiu-Jitsu Globetrotter” Recently took first place in his first competition as a BJJ Black Belt. You can read his adventures travelling the World and training Jiu-Jitsu...

London Open & 1rst European No-Gi Open This Weekend!

On Saturday, October 20 will be the IBJJF London BJJ Open followed by the 1rst European No-Gi Open on Sunday October 21. This will be the first European Championship No-Gi that the IBJJF organizes. A...

Roberto Atalla On The State of BJJ in Europe, His Years in Poland etc

Roberto Atalla is one of the founders of the Rio Grappling Club, an academy that has been producing some of the best European grapplers for the passed few years. Quick Bio from BJJ Heroes:  In 1990...

Xande Ribeiro: “Lister Has Never Been Tapped Out, I’m Going To End That Run”

Follow the live play for Metamoris right here on Sunday October 14 at 12pm Paris time Source: Gracie Mag Alexandre Ribeiro, a two-time winner of the Jiu-Jitsu World Championship absolute division,...

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Here at Bjj Eastern Europe we made a wallpaper for you. Its available in different sizes but dont hesitate to leave a comment if you need it in a size not provided....

Interview with Carlos “Carlao” Santos the man who developed Jiu-Jitsu to make it a state sport in the Emirates

“Carlao” is a 3-time World Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu heavyweight champion. Carlos’s Jiu-Jitsu career started in 1993 at the famous Carlson Gracie Academy in Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro,...