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UFC Vegas 46: Did Rogerio Bontorin “Fake-Tap” vs. Brandon Royval?

There are good ways and bad ways to get out of a submission. Generally speaking, the good way is whatever you can do to get out of it without getting seriously injured; and the bad way is whatever...

Islam Makhachev: Referee Ignored The Verbal Tap from Dan Hooker

Islam Makhachev and Dan Hooker went to battle at UFC 267, and it was Makhachev who ultimately emerged victorious; submitting Hooker just three minutes in, with a superbly set up Kimura. However, the...

UFC Referee Mark Smith on Knowing When to Stop Submissions

Being a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu or a mixed martial arts competitor is hard enough… So could you imagine being a referee? It’s upon the referees to make a good judgement call when it comes to...

Is It WRONG To Tap Out Your Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Instructor?

Photo by Daria Kochetkova Photography. IG: Tebezvonu. After you’ve been training for quite some time, there will come a moment or two when you’ll – to your surprise – have an...

What The Way You TAP OUT In Jiu Jitsu Says About You

Do you know what’s the number one thing you’ll do at training; the most frequent one, that is? No, it’s not Hip Escapes, not any sort of a drill, nor any submission or escape that...