Roll: A Bjj documentary

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  1. Hanzou

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    Don't know if this has been posted here before, but this is right up there with Choke in terms of an amazing documentary about Bjj. If you've never seen it, it's definitely worth your time to check it out and get an inside look into the history of Bjj in the United States.

    Also it makes me want to move to SoCal! :D
     
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    Can't wait to watch this. Wish I wasn't working today.

    As for SoCal....filled with crazy people.
     
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    I watched this last night, I really enjoyed it. Especially liked Chris Haueter and so enjoyed hearing his thoughts. Towards the end he says, and I paraphrase, I can't see myself not doing this. That's a great way to describe what I'm sure so many of us feel about our own training, regardless of what we do.

    I don't know how much non Martial Artists would care for this, or even non jits guys, but I thought they did a great job shooting this.

    And, yes, it certainly does paint a nice landscape of SoCal. I just hate SoCal. :)
     
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    Didn't know where to put this, so I chose here. Figured the bjj guys would see it.

    Rickson Gracie teaches a class about base
     
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