Which Rampage Jackson will show up at UFC 130?

When I was first exposed to Quinton Jackson it was through an old PRIDE DVD that my Martial Arts teacher owned. It was PRIDE’s the Best of Rampage Jackson. This was of course before he became the MMA superstar that we know now in the UFC. His battles with Kevin Randleman, his upset in the first fight with Chuck Liddell, his rivalry with Wanderlei Silva, but what really stood out to me was “the slam”. Ricardo Arona is arguably one of the greatest Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioners to ever make the jump to

Daniel Gracie talks cutting down to 185, Gracie Family at UFC: Rio and the future with Bellator

After fighting for the first time in four years at IFC: Genesis, LowKick.com-favorite Daniel Gracie participated in the current edition of Bellator Light Heavyweight Tournament. In a fight that took place at Harrah’s Tunica Hotel and Casino in Tunica, Mississippi, Gracie lost a Unanimous Decision to Tim Carpenter in his debut at Bellator 38. After the fight, Daniel Gracie announced he’s going to drop down in weight and will compete in the Bellator Middleweight division.The legendary Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Comeback “Gracie Style”: Exclusive interview with Daniel Gracie

Fourth Degree Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Daniel Gracie will make his long-promised return to Mixed Martial Arts on November 9th in Tel Aviv, Israel. Fighting for the last time in November of 2006, Daniel Gracie holds a Mixed Martial Arts record of 4-2, finishing 3 of his fights via Submission. Daniel Gracie is a cousin of Renzo Gracie, Ralph Gracie and Ryan Gracie, currently teaching at Renzo Gracie BJJ Academy in Stamford, Connecticut.You can follow Daniel Gracie through his website