favorite grappling channels

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  1. tekkenfan Banned Banned

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    whats your fav channels to watch on youtube? brian Peterson might be mine overall
     
  2. RyanR Black Belt

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    Don’t really have a fav but I’ll mostly watch Bernardo. That invisible bjj guy does a pretty good job as well.
     
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    I would've mentioned bjjscout, but for some reason he's turned into a gossip magazine.
     
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    I like Bernardo too - he gets great guests onto his channel and he's so positive about everything lol. I also like Chewjitsu and good ol' Stephen Kesting
     
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    i think chewjitsu is good for beginners but not for browns and up hes great in giving advice for beginners ect

    kesting kinda falls into that boat as well
     
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    Alec Baulding channel is pretty good
     
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    thank you!
     
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    There are honestly a lot. I'm surprised nobody mentioned Lachlan Giles. He has an amazing amount of good content from basics to advanced stuff. He's a great teacher as well. Jon Thomas is another one that hasn't been mentioned. I don't watch him as often because his game and mine seem to be totally different, but he's a very good instructor.
     
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    I like Kesting because of his creativity.
     
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    yeah its a shame his breakdown videos where what made his channel really good

    I think its because he probably doesnt like to do them as much and mainly all the copyright strikes from the UFC
     
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    These are the two I came to say as well.

    Lachlan giles is far and away the best channel on YouTube BJJ wise. He's Danaher but concise, and free.

    Jon Thomas is great as well, will give you lots of details about what to do when the opponent reacts certain ways.
     
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    Another less big name i haven't seen dropped is zombieproofbjj; good 'mini breakdowns' of things like That Thing you saw That Guy do to That Other Guy at The Event last weekend.
     
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    yeah they are pretty decent too
     

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