Shot in Brazil
It’s often possible to force an opponent to be on the ground, but it’s impossible to force someone to stand and fight. Therefore, victory in a free fight between two opponents generally goes to the one who masters the techniques of ground fighting. As a result, there’s not as much room for the throws or for the strike techniques as far as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is concerned, compared to other martial arts.
Thus, during free fight, many jiu-jutsikas confront wrestlers, boxers, or karatekas within international competitions.
(Pride, Ultimate Fighting Championship), and show they are formidable fighters. Even though jiu-jitsukas are brought to the ground and are made to fight back onto the ground, it’s a position (within the guard) that is interesting as part of Brazilian jiu-jitsu and that you have to master for the free fight.
Languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese
Running Time: 100 Minutes