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Buakaw Por Pramuk clinching

Training with Buakaw in Banchamek gym Surin,Thailand. Clinching after the 20-km jogging. Summer 2012


Mendes Bros

Mendes Bros
Mendes Bros

 The Mendes Brothers, began training jiu jitsu about 10 years ago, in Rio Claro, a very small town located in Sao Paulo, Brazil. His cousin Thiago Mendes, who is now a personal trainer and brown belt, was responsible for bringing the brothers in the martial art, was with his cousin who learned their first steps. With the arrival of coach Ramon Lemos in the city, started a great friendship, the brothers always trained with the goal of being champion, not only in jiu jitsu, but champion in life! With much perseverance and dedication the dream became reality, Rafael and Guilherme Mendes won the major championships, such as World championship, European, Brazilian and ADCC.

http://youtu.be/JmAHwvnN5G4?hd=1&w=975&h=675

Rafael Mendes:
5x World Champion (All belts) – 2006-2007-2008-2010-2011

2x World Pro Champion – 2009-2010

ADCC Champion under 66 kg

2009 World Pro No Gi Champion

2011 European Champion

3x Brazilian Champion 2006-2007-2010

World No Gi Champion – 2008

Guilherme Mendes
6x World Champion (All belts) -2005-2006-2007-2008-2009-2011

World Pro Champion – 2010

World Pro No Gi Champion 2011

European Champion – 2010

4x Brazilian Champion -2006-2007-2008-2010

World No Gi Champion 2008

www.mendesbrosonline.com


Yodsanklai Fairtex on pads…

WMC Muaythai & WBC Muaythai World Champion and Contender Asia winner Yodsanklai Fairtex warms up on pads at the Fairtex Resort Camp in Pattaya, Thailand…


Andre Galvao

Atos Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt World Champion and Absolute Pan Jiu-Jitsu Champion Andre Galvao


Bellator 45 Christian M’Pumbu scores a vicious knockout becoming the new Light Heavyweight

Submission specialist Christian M’Pumbu entered the cage with the aggressive Richard Hale to see who would become the first-ever Bellator Light Heavyweight World Champion. In the first round, M’Pumbu connected with a left hook dropping Hale, which looked to be the end of the fight, but Hale recovered. Both fighters went toe-to-toe in the second round, which evened out the scorecards. In Round 3, M’Pumbu found an opening against the bigger Hale and took advantage by rocking him with a huge right hand that made M’Pumbu a perfect 3-for-3 with knock out victories in his impressive Season 4 tournament run. History was made in the Bellator cage on Saturday night, as M’Pumbu became the first African-born Light Heavyweight Champion in mixed martial arts.