In just a few short days, the 2017 Mundial championship will give us a metric ton of high-level jiujitsu to watch. Until then, we’re going to have to rely on previous matches. A blue belt friend of mine is disappointed he won’t get to see Rafa Mendes compete this year, and asked me for some »
Brett Beaber v. Cory Wu at Toro Cup 6.
Posted by Dirty White Belt Radio on Saturday, February 11, 2017
Toro Cup 6 was the biggest and — in my view — best version of Toro BJJ‘s local grappling superfight cards. Featuring 22 matches, including four black belt clashes and four women’s matches, the event had something for everybody. With about 450 people in attendance, the day for a real showcase for the growth of the »
This weekend marks the sixth version of Toro BJJ‘s Toro Cup series, a card of gi and nogi jiujitsu matches that showcases local talent and raises money for worthy causes. We’re a proud sponsor of this event, and because — as De La Soul taught us — three is the magic number, we’re going to »
Toro Cup 5 main event: Nicholas Walters v Greg Greg Walker
Posted by Dirty White Belt Radio on Saturday, November 12, 2016
Cageside ConcussionCast Carnival: 10 BJJ Superfights, LIVE
Posted by Dirty White Belt Radio on Sunday, May 1, 2016
Wondered how David Porter finishes his D'Arce? Learn how with this video. We got a great question for Dave about the choke, which can be finished top/bottom and/or on either hip. What is interesting about Porter is that he's one of the few people to voluntarily give up a top D'arce position to get there, often by something Bill Cooper calls a "Sonic the Hedgehog" roll. Andrew Foster suggested we ask Dave about that bottom hip and Sonic-roll finish: thanks for the great question! You can listen to Dave's answer on the podcast, and you can see a video with him finishing two D'Arces here.
Posted by Dirty White Belt Radio on Sunday, January 24, 2016