Tag Archives: IBJJF

Injustice at the 2013 IBJJF Worlds?

(Note: This was originally posted on my BJJ Blog on 6/4/2013.) The IBJJF Worlds is where the top competitors in BJJ compete to see who is #1. This is where…

Exclusive Interview: Blue Belt Competitor – Jessica Dobbs

(NOTE: This interview was originally published on my BJJ Blog on 5/20/2013. Check out my Blog for more goodness.) In a sport that is predominately male, it’s usually hard to…

Do You Dig the Reap?

I recently posted on a well-known MMA and grappling forum concerning the “reaping the knee” rule that we see in many high-profile grappling tournaments.  In some new professional tournaments, we note…

Dj “Kimura Kid” Jackson Wins First Black Belt World Title

On Sunday, November 4th, DJ Jackson solidified his name in the record books as another American Black Belt World Champion at the Nogi World Championships. DJ is no stranger to…

Lloyd Irvin Speaks for Change in IBJJF Referee Network

Today Lloyd Irvin Jr. posted on his facebook page about the presence of bias in referees at IBJJF events. Lloyd Irvin competed along with many of his students at the…