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The head of Gracie Barra Brownsville, Tyler Bosard, started Jiu Jitsu in late 1998 in Lubbock, Texas.

Romi and Brenda Rodriguez head Presa RGV in Pharr, TX.

Romi Rodrigues from Presa RGV shows a strong double-attack from side control!

Romi Rodriguez from Presa RGV shows a crazy cool way to escape the bow and arrow choke!

Gracie Barra Professor Ted Stickel has been doing Brazilian Jiu Jitsu for about 25 years, and is a fountain of knowledge.

A sneaky back-take from top half guard from Professor Ulpiano Malachias!

The head instructor of Gracie Barra Cedar Park, Fabio "Gigantinho" Villela, has a personality as big as him. He's fun, outgoing, and welcoming of anyone who steps into his academy. It was a pleasure to sit down and talk with this Gracie Barra black belt and learn of his past and his philosophy of teaching.

The head of Presa BJJ, Aurelio Gallegos, talks about his conversion from Paragon to Presa, and the goals he has set for this rising academy in the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu world.

On June 7th, 2015, Houston held its first Jiu Jitsu Outdoor Experience. All Jiu Jitsu practitioners, regardless of belt or affiliation, were welcome to come out and roll. It was awesome to see the whole community come together over the common love of our martial art. A huge thanks to Angelus McFarlane, The Jiu Jitsu Podcast, and everyone who made this event possible!

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt Jacob Montalvo has been training in Harlingen, TX for the last 15 years, and with his knowledge of the ground game and MMA, he brings an authority into the MMA ring as a referee that understands the fight better than most.

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