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These Fake Martial Arts Black Belts Get Exposed In The Worst Way

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These idiots thought it was cool to pretend to be black belts, until the real martial artists exposed them in front of everybody…

The sports world as we know it today is full of pretenders. People want to swim in the wake of true stars in all walks of life in fact, as we’ve seen many times recently. Fake marines, fake boxers, fake mixed martial artists even.

So what is the motivation behind this kind of fake honor? Likely low self esteem has something to do with it, but surely it must take a psychopath to lie and deceive everyone around them?

The subject of today’s article stays within the realms of martial arts, and specifically Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. The art is over 100 years old, but only really became established since the 1990’s, with the Gracie family being the most well known teacher’s.
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The Brazilian family prides themselves on being the modern master of Jiu Jitsu, and their infamous ‘Gracie challenge’ saw the grapplers taking on any fighters or hopefuls that would take them on.

Eventually becoming the base for the early UFC model, BJJ is now a globally practised martial art. With the expansion comes pretenders though. Believe it or not, there are many gyms and dojos in America that are run by fake black belts and self proclaimed ‘masters.’

We have some pretty awesome footage of these fake martial arts teachers getting exposed in the worst way.

Skip to page 2 for the videos of these liars getting exposed in front of everyone…

  • james

    While its a douche move I hate this crap about bjj. They love their belts. Yet the only protocol is that their teacher says they earned it. There is no real progression like judo, or even sambo where your record dictates what they call you not what holds your jacket together. I have a friend who is a “bluebelt” who is a master of sport sambo and absolutely devours a lot of “black belts”. He just didn’t get along well with the teacher.

    Personally I think belts are for children. Never got a belt in all my years of wrestling and sambo and ibdo hold rank in judo but usajudo or the ijf has a step program of forms, hours competeing (winning tournaments gets you there a little faster with the points you accumulate. A black belt just shows your now ready to really play judo. It’s not something everyone bends down to kiss the ring of.

    Belts are lame. The only reason I wanted a black belt was to teach and be able to give rank. Not to brag about the hard work I did. That should be obvious when we get a hold of each other.

    • Armin Kurz

      if any one fakes his CV i´ll disrespect him back … honesty is very important in any Fight -Sport …