Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by Tyler Justice, Oct 23, 2005.
Yeah it's not IN Santa Monica, but it's on Santa Monica Blvd. If you aren't from LA that might not make sense lol. Eddie trains under Jean Jaque Machado.
i train at Eddie's academy and it's on santa monica in west hollywood , maybe half a mile from fairfax(cross-street).
Just got his new book this morning and it looks awsome.
I hope he comes over here some time because he's probabaly second on my list of people i'd like to Train with (Kyra gracie just has a couple of things he hasn't ;-) )
You guys that get to see him are very lucky.
By "in Reality Superfight", do you mean he's fighting at the event, or he's going to commentate?
I'd really like to see him apply his concepts to true MMA.
Good for you man.
West Hollywood to be exact, best submission school in the country. Come by some time...
I always thought that this was interesting. Running a no gi jiu-jitsu school in West Hollywood.
Not flaming... just an observation.
Mutt -- I believe you do mean "flaming".
I've heard there are a lot of up and coming guys from that area...
haha... Post of the week!
They specialize in taking the back.
man I envy you bro.
Eddie Bravo is a badass,
I dont share his sense of humor,
but I think his non-gi jiu-jitsu is OFF the HOOk.
it has helped my game tremendously.
I dont understand the haters.
Good to hear that you have enjoyed to train whit him, I have heard that his shcool is very good.
rafael lovato jr. tapped rolls gracie jr. at budo.
back on topic..... i have not trained with bravo, but i recently got his book. it is pretty interesting and worth the money.
as the USA level improves its just a matter of time for more and more
americans become good grapplers.
I believe Dean Lister is also at a level to beat a Gracie if the
We shoud see at the next ADCC because he should be fighting Roger Gracie in the superfight. Man I cant wait to see it. I think Roger will take it though. That guy was super impressive at ADCC 2005
You're lucky to get to train with such a revolutionary BJJ guy like Eddie.
I got also his book. One of the best no gi instructionals out there. Would love to get the possibility to train with him once. And I am totaly ok with his view about the GI! Not usefull if you train for MMA. If you want to evolve in the sport you need to keep what works and skip what don't!
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