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2013 Worlds Training Camps: Atos JJ, Check Mat, Alliance, GRACIE BARRA, Gracie Humaitá

GRACIEMAG visits Atos JJ San Diego, where André Galvão is leading a trully impressive army of competitors for the 2013 Worlds. With over 10 black belts training and more than 40 people on the mats, Atos will come strong for this year’s event.

GRACIEMAG reporter Erin Herle takes time out of training to film the Alliance team in Los Angeles preparing for the 2013 World Championships

Our reporter Ivan Trindade paid a visit to Check Mat’s training camp for the 2013 World Jiu-Jitsu Championship, in Huntington Beach, California. He met with Marcus Buchecha, Lucas Leite, João Assis and others to see how the prep is going. Watch the report and see what the black belts from Check Mat are expecting for the upcoming event.

GRACIEMAG stopped by Gracie Barra’s HQ, in Irvine, California, to register the 2013 Worlds Training Camp. Led by Professor Zé Radiola, the camp gathers stars like Bráulio and Victor Estima, Otávio Sousa, AJ Agazarm, among many others. See how they are all getting ready for the most important event of the year.

See how the girls from Gracie Humaitá are getting ready for the 2013 World Jiu-Jitsu Championship. Interviews with Leticia Ribeiro, Carol Vidal, Penny Thomas and Bia Mesquita.

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Romulo Barral (Gracie Barra) x Antonio Carlos Barbosa (Checkmat)

Campeonato Brasileiro 2012 – Faixa preta adulto absoluto

Brazilian Nationals 2012 – Black belt adult open class division – Semi-final


Pan Jiu Jitsu Training Camp 2012 – Gracie Barra

2 weeks before the Pan Jiu Jitsu training camp, budovideos.com visit the Gracie Barra headquarters to see their Pan Jiu Jitsu preparation. The Pan training camp is led by well the well respected, Ze Radiola.

The 2012 Pan Jiu Jitsu camp will be broadcasting live March 29th April 1st with our exclusive Multi Mat technology where every fight over the course of 4 days will be shown.
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Andre Pederneiras: Nova Uniao: Nova União

Andre Pederneiras also known as Dede is one of the best Jiu Jitsu and MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) coaches in the World, the leader and co-founder of the Nova Uniao team was voted Best MMA coach in the World in October 2010 by the renowned PVT magazine (Portal do Vale Tudo) in a referendum made between fighters, coaches and journalists of the sport.

André Pederneiras in Detail

Nickname:, Dedé is a friendly way of saying André, in Portuguese.

Lineage: Mitsuyo Maeda > Carlos Gracie Carlson Gracie > André Pederneiras

Main Achievements (BJJ/MMA/Grappling) He won 6 National Championships in BJJ as an athlete, although he achieved fame through a teacher’s stand point. His team, Nova Uniao has won 2 world titles in BJJ and is one of the most prolific teams in MMA today. They were considered the best lightweight team in the world for the most part of the 1990’s and early 2000´s

Favorite Technique: there is a reason why Nova Uniao is famous for their lapel techniques (chokes and sweeps) Dede’s creative lapel work, from half and butterfly guard is the driving force behind this

Weight Class: Lightweight (76kg-167lbs)

Famous Fight was against the Japanese MMA star Rumina Sato (check the fight on the video at the bottom of this page)

Association/Team: Nova Uniao 

Andre Pederneiras Biography

Not much is known about Andre Pederneiras’s childhood. He started his training under Carlson Gracie, whom later gave him his Black Belt. In the early 1990’s he split Carlson’s academy to start his own. Although his team reached success relatively fast, he found it hard to compete against the bigger teams, teams like Gracie Barra, Carlson Gracie Team who won most of the tournaments due to the sheer number of their athletes. He met Wendel Alexander at one of those championships in Rio de Janeiro, he (Wendel) was in the same situation.

They arranged to organize training sessions between both teams and competed as one team in the following tournament with great success. To this strong new team they decided to call “Nova União” – which in Portuguese means “New Union”, a team who holds strong to this day.

André Pederneiras also made the headlines in the 1990’s for being one of the first Brazilians to open the doors of his dojo to foreigners, namely Joe Charles and BJ Penn. The gesture was frowned upon by the Brazilian media and most of the coaches and fighters at the time. His old master, Carlson called him a “Creonte” a less then amicable way of calling someone you believe is a traitor. The fact that Joe Charles fought Carlson Gracie’s son Junior did not help Pederneiras’s cause. Fortunately with time, this animosity towards the foreign fighters faded away and today it is totally accepted.

In the late 90’s early 2000’s Dede ventured into the early stages of MMA winning his first fight against heavy favorite Rumina Sato, losing later against the MMA legend Pat Miletich in America, drawing his other two fights in Japan, finishing his career in MMA and dedicating himself fully on his coaching.

In 2003 Andre Pederneiras decided to pull his team out off the CBJJ (Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Confederation) tournaments because he believed (and believes still) that if BJJ wants to a

chieve a professional level, fighters should be paid when fighting in major tournaments. For this he organized his own federation CBJJO “Olympic Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Federation”, this was built with the help of “KF” Kimono’s president (and Nova Uniao sponcer) Luis Herminio – Luizinho. The arm wrestling contest between Nova Uniao and CBJJ (presided by arch rival team leader “Carlinhos” Gracie – Gracie Barra) lasted for four years until finally Nova Uniao fighters returned to the Mundial and CBJJO was dissolved with several internal problems.

Andre Pederneiras has also opened Upper Sports Club a very successful health club in Rio de Janeiro. Which he uses to help the local community in the Favela’s (Brazilian slums), in fact Mr Pederneiras is an activist in improving the life style of the people in the poorer areas of Rio de Janeiro.

Besides his BJJ team he is also in charge of their MMA team with fighters like Jose Aldo, Vitor “Shaolin” Ribeiro, Thales Leite, Robson MouraMarlon Sandro, Wagney Fabianno among many others. He also presides Shooto Brazil, an MMA organization with the intent of finding new starts in the sport of MMA in Brazil.

 

 

 

 

 

Andre Pederneiras vs Rumina Sato

Article by http://www.bjjheroes.com/bjj-fighters/andre-pederneiras-bjj-and-mma-coach


First World Jiu-Jitsu Championship 1996

1° Mundial de Jiu-Jitsu realizado no Ti juca Tenis Clube 2,3 e 4 fevereiro 1996 Rio De Janeiro

GALO

1-Marcos Barreto Ac. Monir
2-Nikos Bahlzetis Suiça

PLUMA

1-Hélio Moreira Gracie Barra
2-Wellington Dias Gracie Humaita

PENA

1-Royler Gracie Gracie Humaita
2-Paulo Brandão Gracie Humaita

LEVE

1-Paulo Barroso Gracie Humaita
2-Renato Barreto Gracie Humaita

MEDIO

1-Roberto Correa Gracie Barra
2-Eduardo Conceição Alliance

MEIO-PESADO

1-Roberto Magalhães Gracie Barra
2-Luis Roberto Duarte Carlson Gracie

PESADO

1-Fabio Gurgel Alliance
2-Murilo Bustamante Carlson Gracie

SUPER-PESADO

1-Ricardo Liborio Carlson Gracie
2-Leonardo Castello Branco Alliance

PESADISSIMO

1-Jose Mario Sperry Carlson Gracie
2-Roberto Traven Alliance

ABSOLUTO

1-Amauri Biteti Carlson Gracie
2-Ricardo Liborio Carlson Gracie

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Music by: Ryuichi Sakamoto – forbidden Colours