Danielle Kelly BJJ – Age, Height, Weight and Bio

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Danielle Kelly is a professional Brazilian jiu-jitsu fighter and made her Ultimate Fighting Championship Fight Pass at the tender age of 18. Danielle is a BJJ black belt and trains from the Silver Fox Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and trained under the coach Karel Pravel and won the black belt in 2020. Where Does Danielle Kelly Train? … Read more

Rodolfo Vieira vs Dustin Stoltzfus Full Fight

Rodolfo Vieira is a grappling champion who showed why he remains one of the best prospects in the UFC after choking out Dustin Stoltzfus in the third round. Vieira displayed much improved striking, better conditioning and world-class submission skills by latching onto a standing rear-naked choke. The official stoppage came at 1:54 in the third … Read more

10 Martial Arts Belt Display Ideas in 2024

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What do you do with your collection of BJJ belts? Most people simply throw them in a drawer, but that’s not really showing off your hard-earned progress. Why not put them on display? Not only does it show off your hard-earned belts, but it can also be a great way to motivate yourself to keep … Read more

What Is Mexican Ground Karate?

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Mexican Ground Karate is a meme that has regained popularity due to Craig Jones and the B Team using this phrase on signs for their gym, as well as rash guards. Whilst there is no definitive proof where the Mexican ground karate meme came from, it is very likely that it was first mentioned on reddit. … Read more

B-Team Jiu-Jitsu: History, Members, Pricing

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The Jiu Jitsu community were in for a surprise when last year the Danaher Death Squad separated. The split created two new groups, New Wave Jiu Jitsu and B-Team Jiu Jitsu. So, what do you need to know about B Team? We’ll give you the lowdown on how they came to be and their plans … Read more

The triangle choke: an in-depth guide

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The triangle choke, or sankaku-jime in judo, is a popular stranglehold that can be seen in Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ), judo, grappling, and Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) competitions. It is one of the most versatile and efficient submissions. There’s no clear origin of the triangle stranglehold, though it was prevalent in early judo competitions. The front … Read more