Friday, July 31, 2009

Thursday, July 30, 2009

First Fighter to represent SEA in UFC

A member of the official Evolve Fight Team, Rafael Dos Anjos, will be fighting at UFC 103 on September 19, 2009. Rafael is a BJJ Black Belt with excellent striking ability. Evolve Instructors, Gordo and Gordinho, will be cornering his fight at the event. He is the first fighter who represent South East Asia region to fight in UFC.

Also see this interview video clip by Men-Health Singapore with Evolve BJJ head coach Prof. Gordinho.

Monday, July 27, 2009

George St. Pierre MMA Instructional

Jab Counter

Single leg into double leg transition



clintch part 1

clintch part 2

traingle defence

Getting Ripped(Cover of Fitness RX)

Happy Learning!

Friday, July 24, 2009

Yoddecha Sityodtong

Currently teaching Muay Thai in Evolve MMA Singapore. You can watch his interview by SG-PRO here.

Shannon Forrester vs Yoddecha Sityodtong

Yoddecha Sityodtong in action during grand opening of Evolve MMA

Teaching perfect punch in Men-Health Singapore

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Kaoklai Kaennorsing

born September 13, 1983 is a professional Muay Thai kickboxer, K-1 World Grand Prix 2004 in Seoul tournament champion and former two time Rajadamnern Stadium champion. At the time of his K-1 debut, on July 17, 2004 in Seoul, Kaoklai weighted 78 kg (170 lb; 12.3 st), the lightest and youngest fighter ever to win the K-1 Super Heavyweight tournament.His name Kaoklai means in Thai "to have a good future".

2008 IKKC Muay Thai World Cruiserweight Title
2007 K-1 Turkey Grand Prix 2007 Finalist
2005 K-1 World Grand Prix in Seoul Finalist
2004 K-1 World Grand Prix in Seoul GP Champion
2003 Rajadamnern Stadium Super Welterweight Champion
2002 Rajadamnern Stadium Welterweight champion

Kaoklai Kaennorsing vs. Mighty Mo

Kaoklai Kaennorsing v Hong-Man Choi

Kaoklai Vs Dennis Kang

Monday, July 20, 2009

Mascos Escobar

After the 1st National Championship that happened in 1993 Jiu Jistu has started to get more popularity in Brazil, and Rio de Janeiro was "The Mecca" of this sport at that time with all big names and big clubs based in this city.

Interested to learn more about this sport and after get some more info from a friend that was a purple belt, Escobar decided to stop training water polo and kung fu and start practice jiu jitsu.
In march 1994, Escobar went to a Jiu Jitsu club near his place in Rio de Janeiro, where he met Leo Castello Branco. Escobar started training everyday and to dedicate his time to prepare for competitions... representing at that time Team Alliance.

At Alliance, Escobar has met and trained with some of the bests such as Leo Vieira, Ricardo Vieira, Marcelo Garcia, Demian Maia, Rodrigo "Comprido" Medeiros, Fernando "Terere", Reinaldo Ribeiro and many others.
Escobar got his black belt in december of 2000 from Leo Castello Branco.
Escobar has won some important titles.

After the Alliance's split we've started a new Team named Master Jiu Jitsu until be renamed Brasa.
Besides training and competitions, Escobar was studing Physical Education in the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro where in 2001 he got his University Degree.

After won the ADCC in 2001 he suffered a motorcycle accident that put him away from the mats and changed his training rhythm for some time until be fully recovered from his injuries.

In 2002 he got back in the bjj & wrestling competitions winning some more titles.

For work reasons he moved to Sao Paulo in 2003 where he kept training with Leo Vieira.
In 2005 he got invited to work in Kuala Lumpur-Malaysia where he's currently living and teaching BJJ at Crush MMA Center.

Twice a year Escobar heads back to Brazil where he keep'n touch with his team mates and his master Leo Castello Branco.
He's currently representing CheckMat BJJ and training at Fight Zone Academy with Ricardo Vieira & Chico Mendes in Rio de Janeiro.

Read about his biography here

Friday, July 17, 2009

2009 FBT Thailand BJJ/Grappling Open

Online registration for the 2009 FBT Thailand BJJ/Grappling Open is now ready. We've changed things up a bit since last year so please be mindful of the following instructions.

1. Click here

2. Here you will see a list of competitors that have already added their name and information to the spreadsheet. Find the next available line and type in your information. Press 'tab' button to move from one box to the next.

3. Once you've completed all the required boxes, that's it! PLEASE REVIEW YOUR INFORMATION BEFORE CLOSING YOUR BROWSER!

4. A confirmation e-mail will be sent to you shortly, please allow for 1-2 days as this is being done manually. This e-mail will ask that you re-confirm the information entered to the spreadsheet.

5. Remember, the first 100 registered competitors will receive a complimentary rash-guard. These rash-guards will have a new design and better fit than last year's model.


Tuesday, July 14, 2009

MMA Ground and Pound Drills

Drill 1 (feat Chuck Liddell)

Drill 2

Drill 3

How to ground and pound

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Lesnar, St. Pierre winners at UFC 100

LAS VEGAS – Brock Lesnar retained the Ultimate Fighting Championship heavyweight title by stopping Frank Mir in the second round and Georges St. Pierre put on the performance of his career in blanking Thiago Alves at UFC 100 on Saturday at the Mandalay Bay Events Center.

Lesnar took Mir down and pounded him with rights along the cage, forcing referee Herb Dean to stop it at 1:48 of the second. After the win, Lesnar made an obscene gesture to the crowd with both hands.

St. Pierre, who was all class, won by scores of 50-45, 50-45, 50-44.

Lesnar, who lost to Mir last year at UFC 81 on a first-round submission, shouted to the crowd, “I love it! Keep booing! Keep booing!”

Mir only had one offensive move, a knee early in the second round. Lesnar took Mir down in the first and pounded him with rights, then did much the same in the second until it was stopped.

St. Pierre never allowed Alves into the fight. He took him down almost at will and was constantly working on the ground. The powerful Alves was able to force his way off the mat and get back to his feet, but he took a load of punishment from a champion who may have earned the outright pound-for-pound top status.

St. Pierre injured his groin in the third, but it hardly seemed to affect him in what he repeatedly called the toughest fight of his career.

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Crowd Fight During MMA Fight

UFC 91
-Fight broke out after Lesnar won. Watch how the cop slam that guy!

LFC 30(during James Simon vs. Jon Schalk)
-Nice rare naked choke down there!

UFC 8 Crowd Fight

conclusion: I wish all MMA lover can stay calm and avoid making any fight during the
event. This action will spoil our sports. Remember! We only fight in the

Monday, July 6, 2009

Boxing Abs Workout

P/s: Don try this yourself! Try this on your own risk!

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Bas Rutten's MMA Workout

Contains 4 Audio Compact Discs
2)Thai Boxing
3)All-round Fighting
4)All-round Workout)
1 DVD and 1 Instruction Manual. This is what the workout will do for you:
*improve your stamina and power.
*improve your speed.
*improve your reflexes.
*improve your coordination between hearing and performing.
*make you throw out combinations like you never did before. "If I don't have time to go out to a gym, I do it right in my back yard.

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