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    The JohnsonIl y a 30 minutes

    Brazil.... Hottest girls in the would, but fuck me, that place is dangerous.

  2. author

    Pepe Lopez WaldronIl y a 51 minute

    Damn, Renner, let him talk.

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    stevbartoIl y a heure

    3 dudes wiggling and jumping all over looking for submissions, meanwhile Ryron is reading The Count of Monte Cristo and drinking some mate.

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    rasha upaIl y a heure

    LOL BJJ is a waste of time....they rarely work on their takedowns...only focusing on pulling guard which aint effective for MMA or street fight. I ill just stick with WRASTLIN

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    Richard HallIl y a heure

    Most corrupt police force in amerikkka fuck metro and North las Vegas pigs to

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    Daniel MarleyIl y a heure

    hey guys, I'm 34 years old, i did 8 years of boxing, trained most of my life I did sparring with my wrestlers friends a lot but lately i've watching Gracie videos and some other's bjj coaches and i've been thinking of tying bjj for self defence and for more mobility. What do you guys think? I'm too old? Thanks a lot! And i really like your videos! Respect

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    LapseIl y a heure

    Please expand more into asian countries!! Although we are famous for many traditional martial arts, there aren't many places to train.

  8. author

    RCIl y a 2 heures

    Simple answer - Grappler beats striker 1 on 1. Just try to escape against multiple attackers. If they have you pinned down, then fight but don't go to the ground. There is a reason stomping is illegal in combat sports. And don't try to grapple someone who weighs 50kg more than you. That rarely ends well.

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    si lafuyangIl y a 2 heures

    Do they practice these before shooting?

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    Chris. BarzYTIl y a 2 heures

    This is kinda stupid what if someone pulls a knife or gun on u😂

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    Robbie SuzzIl y a 3 heures

    You might be able to take down and disable an attacker with jujitsu! But can you dodge wrench?

  12. author

    Chad TyroneIl y a 3 heures

    Renners talking speed is level 20

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    B enceIl y a 4 heures

    Real or fake

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    Im wearing tights that I borrowed from your mum.Il y a 4 heures

    Why suddenly are Vikings anyone with a beard? As a northern European I find this ridiculous and very American.

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    Job QuirozIl y a 5 heures

    I have a strong karate background and I have been practicing bjj for 5 months, and believe me bjj is great but is has really great flaws, in many positions the grappler just can’t defend head bumps, bites, genitals, and eye poking, these flaws are not present in sport fights because of course... these movements are banned for OBVIOUS reasons. A “1 level” punch that pokes your eyes is just enough for leaving you blind for ever... being in a life or death fight in that distance is just stupid. Again, bjj is great, but it is far of being what these sellers are saying.

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    utubepunkIl y a 5 heures

    What if they have a knife?

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    Charles TrinidadesIl y a 5 heures

    Signing up once I get rid of this damn athletes foot problem! No joke! Just saw on FRreporter that apple cider vinegar works wonders, hopefully by the middle of march I'm 100% healed.

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    H krnzIl y a 5 heures

    I LOVE watching the highlight reels of Gracie's getting punched around. Will watch for decades.

  19. author

    raherqlIl y a 6 heures

    Rener.. how do you still have this much energy? Love these videos, thanks!

  20. author

    Drstealyoursong _Il y a 6 heures

    3:35 choked him a bit too hard bro 😂😂😂

  21. author

    Kyle RhodesIl y a 6 heures

    I want to learn jiu-jitsu or boxing or both, but am very out of shape. I'm 40 years old, 5'9", and 290 lbs (mostly beer belly). Taking a shower even gets me breathing hard and I can run probably run about 20 feet before I'm out of breath. What should I do, where should I start? Thanks.

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    KBGoobIl y a 6 heures

    Level 11 is Dan Henderson throwing a Level 10 punch at Bisping... with gravity.

  23. author

    Robert RobertsIl y a 7 heures

    You should have DVDs for sale that every police officer could buy and watch if they can't make it to a GST training center.

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    Jr MIl y a 7 heures

    Works one on one but I'd rather not go to the ground in a street fight. Never know if or when one of his boys kicks your fucking head of cause you're breaking someone's arm or choking them out. Great system to learn but I'd rather rely on my G19 or G43x for self defense. If things have already escalated to the point of conflict and you have to engage then either eliminate the target or walk away.

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    Martín CamarilloIl y a 7 heures

    At 2:06 Ryron forgot to stand in base 😅

  26. author

    p1antnIl y a 7 heures

    damn, i just started training UFC

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    Dan RoleyIl y a 7 heures

    then She Brutally Elbow strikes the criminal..

  28. author

    Lilien CalvelIl y a 7 heures

    Those Gracies being the toughest and undefeated family of martial Arts are very humble. I really like them.

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    Charles TuoIl y a 7 heures

    Assaults investigations reveal mostly UNEXPECTED street ambush. Its a good thing u have a warning with that guy so u already are in alert mode, u got him in head control (not quite guillotine ,perhaps u could have adjust and improved it) ,maybe thats good ,maybe(?) My thoughts - ,had he had a knife(or a pen or any pointed hard material) or a friend lurking with him and worse if that friend is armed ! things would have ended very bad. Per experience - i always expect a bladed weapon (a pen etc) or a gun, and another bad guy. Techniques and reflex drills have values bottomline,its no good without full situational awareness so that there may be no need to use techniques.or perhaps just walk with a protective dog (extra sense or vision smell )or simply run,or walk away whenever one may do so. A bite is a bite,now people know its real,no rules,no time limit,no referees to break and stop fights.Anything goes and everything is a weapon. You surviving is a great accomplishment already.

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    David LeeIl y a 8 heures

    Helio Gracie invented the BEST System of Self Defense in the World, Rickson Gracie took his Fathers Art to the next level, Rorion Gracie brought it to the United States and gave his little brother Royce Gracie the opportunity to demonstrate to the world through his inventing the UFC that anyone who is Serious about Self Defense MUST study this Style. Ryron & Rener Gracie are teaching the truest form of what Grand Master Helio invented!.. I am Proud to have earned my Blue Belt under Royler Gracie and know a student of Gracie Combatives!

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    S McBrideIl y a 8 heures

    Great to watch this. I’m 37 and have been thinking I’m too old to start BJJ. Evidently not after listening to this. Thank you very much for the inspiration.

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    hackedit4uIl y a 8 heures

    Does Ryron kick Reners butt for interrupting all the time? I wonder....

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    F RIl y a 8 heures

    Ossssss!!! I have a few black belts in other styles, but I’m only a 2 stripe blue belt in Gracie Jiu Jitsu under one of Royce’s black belts (so take my opinion with a grain of salt). However, when Khabib fought Conor, I gave Khabib a 9 out of 10 chance of winning because it’s very hard to knock someone out immediately if they have a decent defense and it’s a lot harder to maintain a distance for standing strikes than it is to close the distance to get a takedown imho. I figured Khabib would avoid getting knocked out initially, eventually close the distance and take Conor down. Then Khabib would submit him. This is another advantage of Jiu Jitsu imho, the Gracies have shown it’s easier to close the distance than maintain it, easier to get the takedown than avoid it, then the strikers are like fish out of water or like a baby in the water who doesn’t know how to swim. Osssssss!!!!!

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    Jeffrey De JesusIl y a 8 heures

    And that’s why my wife and I signed up for GU!!!

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    David HoffmanIl y a 9 heures

    Thanks for explaining this. In all my boxing, self defense and karate classes, no one has ever explained striking the way you just did. And this seems like a fundamental thing to know if you are learning to strike.

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    7justfunIl y a 9 heures

    What if you are fighting >1 opponent. By the time you are trying or in the process of submitting one guy cant the other guy eithe knock you out or stomp the head to the road ?

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    Mark WallsIl y a 9 heures

    As always, an awesome explanation of the effectiveness and efficiency of Jiu Jitsu. Thank you Ryron and Rener for keeping the original flame of Jiu Jitsu alive.

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    Hiraoka MatsugaeIl y a 9 heures

    2:30 That is a case of "keeping a straight face after being interrupted"

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    xF 4 N 4 T 1 CIl y a 9 heures

    Nobody: Rener: you guys

  40. author

    August JankeIl y a 9 heures

    Thank you Gracie Family for giving the World an amazing gift

  41. author

    August JankeIl y a 9 heures

    I grew up in a flint Mi in a tough part of town (East side) of course I have been bullied but at a point I had enough and started fighting non stop! By the tome I was an adult I had been in around 100 +fights and won (some were broken up but I felt I got the better of them). I was known as a tough guy in the hood. I have been in dozens of bar fights, fighting multiple People at once (and won). My first day of BJJ I left there so HUMBLED!!! I realized that EVERYONE is that gym would wreck me! I had a punchers chance but if anyone of them grabbed me I was done for...BJJ is hands down the BEST!!! NOTHING comes close...99% of all fights will have grappling of some sort and if you get ahold of them they ARE FINISHED

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    singlesackIl y a 9 heures

    Are there any instructors or a gracie garage in amarillo texas ?

  43. author

    Anthony MayberryIl y a 9 heures

    So if I'm rolling with Mike Tyson he's still going to hit me with sixes and sevens...

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    Sir NosyIl y a 10 heures

    Renee is a damn genius. In his mind it’s “how can I sell my system to the mass audience?”. In america, it’s more effective to explain it in this somewhat realistic “power punch scale” so the general public can understand, rather than trying to explain the mechanics of every single situation, sweep, and guard transition. And really, “level 10 submission”? Lmao this shit is just genius selling to dumb Americans but the product is legit

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    Seven SkaggsIl y a 10 heures

    Rener always cutting ryron off

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    pspicer777Il y a 10 heures

    I love the fact that adept practitioners of violence who are skilled in the art, are the ones advocating avoiding violence. Hats of to you Sirs. Keep up the great content

  47. author

    Carolina HerberIl y a 10 heures

    Em português gente😞

  48. author

    TheAntManChannelIl y a 10 heures

    Love Gracie combatives! Life time of learning and having fun rollin', brotha.

  49. author

    Edie PhillipsIl y a 11 heures

    I love the arguing mid video

  50. author

    Nick RuggieroIl y a 11 heures

    You guys are awesome. I love BJJ

  51. author

    OffTheBeatenPathIl y a 11 heures

    I use the one inch punch....level 10 punch!

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    noswad75Il y a 11 heures

    Yeah but you have to get them there first, and if you get knocked out in the process and the punch/block stuff doesn't work, then what?! Too many what ifs.

  53. author

    DeJohnne LacyIl y a 11 heures

    Cross train BJJ With Judo

  54. author

    Jamel DeanIl y a 11 heures

    Yeah so I love jiujitsu but you do not automatically "position yourselves to limit the opponent's strikes to level 1 and 2". You have to get there first, ask Brian Ortega.

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    Robert PopeIl y a 11 heures

    Love these guys... But come on Rener, stop cutting off your big Bro 2:23

  56. author

    ERikIl y a 11 heures

    That clip of him saying level ten guillotine just made alot of people happy.

  57. author

    Adam moIl y a 11 heures

    I say do everything, boxing, wrestling, bjj and Thai boxing

  58. author

    Aleksa StajsicIl y a 11 heures

    Started training bjj but what im afraid of is a good strike that will affect bjj knowledge in street situation. If you could share some stuff about that it would be really great :)

  59. author

    Assaf WodeslavskyIl y a 12 heures

    Let Gideon talk!!!!!!!

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    ChubbyWubsIl y a 12 heures

    Brian Ortega needed to watch this video before his fight with Max Holloway xD

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    Art HamptonIl y a 12 heures

    Make it more available and make it so it’s not a rich man’s self defense. $130 for JUST doing the combatives program then just doing regular BJJ after it’s closer to $150. Most of us have kids, mortgages, car payments and other things that stack up. Depending on where you live the housing market is spiking. So trying to afford jiu jitsu also is a joke. I’m a fan of the style, but for now, I’ll buy a gun, bullets, time at the range, and it’s cheaper than doing any type of Jiu-Jitsu.

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    eclipsewreckerIl y a 12 heures

    Prove it. ;)

  63. author

    delmas sambaIl y a 12 heures

    please we need more rolling !!!

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    Keith MinnichIl y a 12 heures

    Love the video!!!!!!! Ryron and Rener are both awesome guys. I met Ryron once at a seminar in 2013 and was blown away not only by his obvious incredible skill, but also blown away by his kindness and humility. They say to never meet your heroes, but I walked away so impressed with Ryron as a human being. If I was in California, I would make it a point to become a full time student of his at Gracie University HQ. Thanks for the content guys!!!!!

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    Officer BarbradyIl y a 12 heures

    He's joined the Marines now and is an absolute "stud". Here is he now.

  66. author

    Officer BarbradyIl y a 12 heures

    He's joined the Marines now and is an absolute "stud".

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    the book of meIl y a 12 heures

    Its all great. Until you have 2 or more guys to worry about in the street.

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    Karl SIl y a 12 heures

    Uhmm.... yes ... exactly .... hahaha

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    Rodolfo ValdesIl y a 12 heures

    Excuseeeeee me. I don't want to be on the ground with nobody on top of me specially if I have to defend myself. I know what to do but I don't love it as you said people does. I desagree. I saw people dominating fights on the ground and being kicked hard in the head.

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    Rolling StoneIl y a 12 heures

    Sad. But a sobering reminder not to let pride cloud my thinking.

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    Bobby SweeneyIl y a 13 heures

    As always, beautifully explained. Obrigado🙏

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    EdIl y a 13 heures

    Just started jujitsu last week and absolutely fell in love with it. Anyone that’s not sure about going or nervous about it, just go and stop thinking about it! Once you get your first day out of the way you’ll feel so much better

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    Fuzion BlastIl y a 13 heures

    He just wanted a borgur

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    1LifeIl y a 13 heures

    Hoping to have Gracie University in the South Orange County area! I live in Mission Viejo, and there’s nothing here for miles!! I could go to another Jiu Jitsu gym, but would rather not..

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    Carl D'heerIl y a 13 heures

    This was a great video you guys!

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    WowIl y a 13 heures

    When there is not a lot of space like in trains, metro, bus, small streets or there are a few of his friends around I still prefer standing fighting like boxing or kickboxing. But it doesn’t hurt to know BJJ or GJJ

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    DojanglesIl y a 13 heures

    Y'all had me until you badmouthed striking arts. Striking is not one dimensional as you say. The point is to use footwork to move away from the trajectory of those 6 -10s while throwing your own. Hit without being hit. A good striker doesn't block, they dodge. Do you feel it's necessary to undermine other martial arts to make the one you practice seem better? I guess that is a typical business model, but it's kind of sad to me that martial arts can be as silly as Burger King vs. McDonald's. They have things they do well and things they don't. MMA exists as it is now because of GJJ, but look at the greatest MMA champions today. All of them practice boxing and muay thai in addition to wrestling and jujitsu.

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    RamboIl y a 13 heures

    These guys talk a good game but let’s see you in a real fight

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    Porkchop PeriwinkleIl y a 13 heures

    2 mins in and my brain gets a lvl 10 info blast 👾 Well done, guys!

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    elenchusIl y a 13 heures

    basically yes, and the efficiency of jiujitsu is extremely high. A good punch can really hurt, but a mediocre triangle choke will kill in a single technique. A mediocre armbar will break an arm in a single technique. The amount of damage you get per successful technique is huge relative to striking.

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    VildhetenIl y a 13 heures

    Weakness invites violence. Learn BJJ, get confidence and stay safe out there guys. 🤚👊

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    ctam79Il y a 13 heures

    The exception to this rule is weaponry. If someone sneaks a knife into a grapple scenario, it doesn't matter if it's a 1 or a 2, they can still cut you seriously.

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    abedelrahman saberIl y a 13 heures

    I live in Egypt and i have no experience in martial arts, so i want u to tell me how to tell if the instructor is giving effective methods in self defense and street fights or not.

  84. author

    Eric TorresIl y a 13 heures

    I prefer kosen judo anyday

  85. author

    magic wheelsIl y a 13 heures

    Hello Gracie academy I'm chris I'm a 20 year old in a wheelchair I'm physically unable to use my legs but I can use my arms but I have 0 muscle am I able to still win a fight with someone plz be brutally honest thank you 🙏🙏

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    Eric TorresIl y a 13 heures


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    abedelrahman saberIl y a 13 heures

    I totally agree with you but what about if u r facing multiple attackers?!

  88. author

    Terry FandangoIl y a 13 heures

    I'd love to learn some Gracie style one day .

  89. author

    Shane BurkeIl y a 13 heures

    I lowkey want to train with rener

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    Ivan Morales TorresIl y a 13 heures

    3:11, but you need the hell of a lot of stamina for BJJ

  91. author

    antdgarIl y a 13 heures

    I've been training UFC for 15 years now, but this sounds interesting. May check it out after my title shot.

  92. author

    T TIl y a 13 heures

    If BJJ works, how come Helio lost every time he "fought" someone decent....

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    GracieBreakdownIl y a 14 heures

    If you still aren't an active jiu-jitsu practitioner, you need to stop wasting your life on FRreporter and find a Certified Training Center RIGHT NOW! Go to to find a CTC near you!

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    Art DecoIl y a 14 heures

    So in other words priority number one is to stay far away enough from the Jiu jitsu guy to punch his lights out.

  95. author

    Jason ApodacaIl y a 14 heures

    Nice gi's.

  96. author

    Finders-KeepersIl y a 14 heures

    These guys are so damn down to earth and speak truth. Makes you want to learn the art.

  97. author

    Obtuse OneIl y a 14 heures

    its like watching diamond and silk pimp bjj

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    Chishiki abusobaIl y a 14 heures

    🤣🤣🤣🤣 yes ♥️♥️♥️ Gracie breakdown I have cerebral palsy and all I'm saying I had no idea but the punch system are most kind of 🤣🤣 Because it works THANK YOU FOR UPLOADING THIS 🙏🙏🙏🙏

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    LukstrGamrIl y a 14 heures

    Going to school right now

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    #TEAM TRUMPIl y a 14 heures

    These guys are the BEST