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How to Be a Jiu-Jitsu Badass Without Ever Winning

Have you ever wanted to enter a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tournament just to show those “pajama-wearing wimps” how badass you are, but didn’t because you know little to no jiu-jitsu? Do you look at the rules of any competition and laugh because, screw rules, man. Screw rules. Well, then this video is for you. Just follow the tips provided and you will soon be considered the baddest man on the mats. (Except for the barfing part – barfing during a jiu-jitsu match doesn’t make you seem tough. It makes you seem like a pansy.)

Finally, Something Nice

Usually Deadspin reads like it has a serious axe to grind with the UFC, but every now and then they live up to their potential as sports writers with keen insight and publish something nice. Take their latest piece for example, titled “How Greg Jackson is Changing the Parameters of Coaching“, and which is an in-depth profile of Greg Jackson and his team as they do their thing. It’s penned by Tim Marchman – Deadspin’s Chief UFC Hater – but Marchman flipped the script on us and cranked out 12,000 words of quality narrative that is definitely worth reading.
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To Anderson, Love BJ Penn

Former UFC lightweight and welterweight champ BJ Penn is likely nearing the very end of his career as a fighter, but he’s still got some fight left in him, which has manifested itself as a coaching stint opposite Frankie Edgar on the upcoming season of TUF, as well as another Edgar rematch. So the Hawaiian legend is in Brazil training with Nova Uniao – home of Jose Aldo and Renan Barao, and the school where the bulk of Penn’s jiu-jitsu lineage comes from. However, Penn isn’t cut off from the world down there, and cognizant of Anderson Silva‘s plight, he made a video for the former middleweight champ. The purpose: to send Silva some love.

Vitor Belfort Needs His Drugs

Vitor Belfort has had an amazing career comprised of thrilling performances, stunning knockouts and substance abuse, which he’s parlayed into an improbable title shot at 36 years of age and after 17 competitive years in the sport. And for that proposed title shot, which will be against incumbent champ Chris Weidman at a UFC whose date has yet to be determined but will likely take place in Las Vegas, N.V., the Brazilian plans to do what he does best when he sets foot in the cage: testosterone replacement therapy.
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