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Episode · 10 months ago

Masters Worlds /ADCC East Coast Trials re-cap

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

In this epsidoe the guys talk Masters Worlds and the IBJJF Grand Prix. Also ADCC East Coast trials wrap up and a coupleof questions for all the listeners regarding BJJ.

This is the motivation. Hey, very welcome to to their episode of Jiujie Tito's coast to coast to podcast that talks about what's important on and off the Mat. I'm your boy, frank, and I want to wish a very special a birthday to our one and only cohost, the most host this with the mostes cousin, a happy late birthday, Cuz, thank you, thank you, I really appreciate it. Thank you so much for that. Cuz, tell everybody what we're what we're going to be talking about tonight. All right, so tonight we're going to be talking about Masters World's two thousand and twenty one IV jjf middleweight and heavyweight Grand Prix. That was also a Twentyzero cash prize award for that, for that competition. So big money on on on the plate. Also, we're going to be talking about some ADC seeing the east coast trials, but we don't there's some things we've been talking talking about it. You know, things are we've been contemplating with these trials and what's been going on. So I'm really looking forward to everything that's going to be going on tonight. I feel like the more Jiujitsu I watched, the more questions I have, and that's exactly what we're talking about right now, so better late than never. I know we're what are we? A week off from master's world, two weeks away, removed from eat ADCC east coast trials. But shout out to all the competitors, shoutouts to our coach, awesome friend Jiujit, that O friend of the show, Victor Sivantes. Congrats, coach, on your master's ruled victories out there. Didn't turn out the way you did, but you'd put on an awesome performance and gave up some awesome matches to watch. I'm sure your first opponent wants his ankle back. He was playing pretty coy for a while and once he realized what was going on, it was way too late. So shout out once again to victor snatching ankles out there. Hopefully we can join you on the mats next year. What you think, Cuz Yeah, definitely, mad I looking forward to that. That'd be awesome. That's a big goal for us. It's always been up on the board. We are getting older. We're not getting any younger, no matter what we try, no matter what we do, so fuck it. We might as well, just sign up. So next year let's do it. But we're saying it right here, right now. Two Thousand and twenty two, master's world, Jamaica, Vegas, Tokyo, Indonesia, wherever they go, we go to represent. It's on the record, all right, ceiling it here. I feel like if we put it on the air, then that's going to hold us accountable. So we're going to have to no matter what. We're moving up in we or whatever the fuck we got to do, but we're going to make it happen. Now, do they have a division for older than stors? Because I'm probably be old by the time we get to that one. It's called old as fuck. Sign me up, sign me a right, will be ready. So master's world just finished up, but I be jjf also gave us a treat they gave us the Ip Jj f Grand Prix. They gave us a middleweight Grand Prix and a heavyweight Grand Prix. It was invite only the middleway Grand Prix, only four competitors, as well as the heavyweight Grand Prix. Middleweight Grand Prix had Hanato, Knuto, Tynan, DOLLPRA Odavio, Susa and who not. This gracie represent will not this. I want to see. Was a late, late, second replacement for Andy Murrasaki, I believe, but Dang he put on a show. As a Hanato had an opening match up against Tynan. Hanato had a lot on his play moving up in Wade, but he said, I don't give an f coming up from lightweight. He did not care and put his Jiu Jitsu on display. But Dude, Tynan is...

...an m effort and he did not come to play around. He brought his best pressure game passing. He wasn't able to submit Kinnu Hana too, but he was not in trouble. I want to say he was in control of the match the entire time. One by point in easily advanced to the finals. Right, because yeah, I definitely that guy. He I mean he just put it out there. He was very calmly like he walked on in the Mat and it was just always a confluentness about him. It didn't seem like he was ever really in trouble, didn look like he was ever having like everything was on point. His game was on point for the whole for his runner up and for his final match. Yeah, no doubt. And then all the other side of the bracket we had Otavio Suza taking on who not? This, Gracie? Who not this? Gave them all he could, but it just wasn't enough. Odalvil season that snatch the victory with points, I want to say, and ended up facing taining and tyning in the in the finals and through, like I just mentioned. Man, I didn't think this was going to happen. I thought Tynon was gonna win just because he's a little bit younger. He's got the newer game. He's really good at the pressure passing. O thobl's more of a guard player. So what kind of was just set up for him to win? And he was able to not only win, but he was able to pull out a victory by submission bow and Arrow, I want to say, like within four minutes, five minutes of the match. Super Surprising. I just recently heard that Tynan's ready to try throw his throw himself into the noogie realm and I don't know if he feels he's conquered the the ghee realm yet, but he's like, you know what, I just want to try my try this out in Noogie. So I'm I can't wait to see what he does in the Noogie reund, but Dang Tynan, taking home k or Tham, you will do this runner up, taking home three thousand. Not a bad day for doing Jiu Jitsu, no matter what. Thank you, guys, for putting on a show, because anything you want to add to that for the Middleway Grand Prix? Yeah, I mean, do you think that, because he's going to be starting to go into that no gie in Jiu Jitsu, do you think that he's following suit with Mikey and you think that maybe you're going to start seeing a lot more people deciding that, like, Hey, you know what, I haven't been I've never done no game, but or I've only done very little and hey, I'm Badass over here. Why not? Dude? That is an awesome point that you brought up, because for a long time most jujit deals dominated and either GIE or the noogie. So, for example, let's just bring up one of the last men that dominated forever, Hushesha. We SHESA dominated the geese scene forever, but he wasn't quite able to do the same thing in Noogie. He tried dominating an ADCC, he tried the Noogie, he tried, but he just wasn't able to do that. You know, I don't. I mean other than maybe Marcello Garcia, bag of the day, who dominated in Ghi but and was also to dominate in noogie. I don't really know too many people crown greasy super getting both KI and noogie. Gosh, I'm sure, I'm sure I'm forgetting somebody out think about it overnight and in the middle of the night I'll wake my wife up and me like, ha ha, I forgot to mention it. So that shot up BECA go to sleep, son of a well, that's another argument for another night. Or maybe you can catch my comedy show on Wenday night and I might give you some more room for on that what. But, but you're right, man. You know what I'm I'm super happy to hear that that Tynan's gonna dip his toes into the noogie realm and I'm excited to see what he does. Hopefully he can make a splash in the noogie realm just like he did in the ghee game, but we'll just have to wait and see. You know, heavyweight Grand Prix, lot of talk going down right now. We Ye go on. We had four competitors Victor Hugo, who staple Bautista, Muhammad Ali and Philippa Andrew Muhammad Ali. He's I thought...

...he got one from boxing to MMA or to Jiujitsu. Row. There's more than one. Oh Onehammad Ali awesome competitive. Been in the game for a minute, coming from Lloyd Irvan IV jjf old school, Victor Hugo, Gustavo Bautista do. We had some really good matches, but one guy was not messing around, and that is Victor Hugo, advancing all the way to the finals, submission after submission, including a submission in the finals against Muhammad Ali. What can we say? Was it a clean sup? Was it a dirty sup? So many people have so much to say about this, because what do you think? Was it a clean ankle look? Was it ankle locks, Heel Hook? was there a neat work? was there? I don't even know. was there some dirtiness going on in the air that night? Well, I don't know. I mean when I first saw the match, I replayed it a couple times and that first from the angle of just watching the match, it look like, Hey, you know what, why? You know, it didn't look right. It didn't look right, but I think when we got the second angle from the replace and you got to see it from the other literally the other side of the Mat, that's when you really could see what was going on there and they went from looking like a heel hook or a possible you know, this verbal and I use that in quotations, is verbal submission going to look like a finding, like a crazy new version of a heel hook? That's what it really looked like to me after, you know, kind of going over a multiple times. You know, what do you think? You know, this brings to mind, this brings to the light the fact that what do you guys think? What do you think about verbal submissions? You know what actually I mean. I can see a verbal submission as somebody actually seeing I tap or I give up. But just me, just screaming out loud, just you know, I mean I don't know, like I say that in the morning when I get up, why am I? I'm not tapping into the morning. Every day when we wake up, our bones pomp noises. Does that mean we're submitting to life? Hey, no, never got damn think so right. So, I mean it's in the rules. You know, if you do let out as screen, that could be could considered a verbal submission. I mean ask Craig Jones. He lost to our boy Mason Fowler like that by a verbal submission, and I mean Mason was just cranking, a face crank, but that was enough to make Craig stream grunts, yelling pain. Who knows? But the ref called the match right then and there and that was the end of the match. It's in the rules. You couldn't complain about it, I mean at least in that rule set in this and we're talking about submission underground. A few months later Mason was able to capitalize and get a full submission and actually get Craig Jones to tap. So Fuck you, Craig Jones. But again, man, you know verbal submission. I don't know whether it's Craig Jones or not. I I think I'm with you Cuz I think they should take that out. What do you guys think out there? Should they take that out? Should that be written into everything? I mean, what if you smash your opponents boss, does that mean you got them to suck to submit? If not, a that might be my new strategy. I don't know. Guess we're winning worlds. Next year five will find out. We'll find out, all right. So that's it for master's world. Well, because before you before you finish, also want to give a shot out to good friend, a friend of mine. Her and her husband...

...doing doing Jiu Jitsu for a long time and she actually went to worlds. Had Three matches dating school. Not One point was scored on her for all her matches. Purple Belt, Angela, like she congratulations. Do you did it. A great job out there, all your matches there. You know they were. They're awesome. You're on point, taking care of it, doing it and you know, congratulations on the purple belt. Took gold at masters and just want to give a shout out to them and all her heart work. Hey, congratulations. Hopefully you can find some time in your day and join us on the show talk some Jiu Jitsu, but again, congratulations and amazing job. Amazing job. Can't wait to hear from more from you. Next up, Cuz, well, we got ADCC East Coast trials. My God, what a fucking show, dude, what a show. I want to say this is on the schedule. This is the only North American trials that we're going to have. Largely we get an east coast and a west coast. I've heard rumors that there's there might be a west coast trial, but I've looked. I don't see anything. You know, on schedule. We do have until next when his next ATCC? Is it November? September? Two Thousand and twenty two? I think it's November, November. Okay, number. So you got a little bit of time. I know in early two thousand and twenty two they are having the ADCC South American, South American trials, and I did hear that Todd Rutelo throwing his name into that one. So I'm not sure if he's going into the same way class as his brother Kai, who just qualified for for that, but we'll get into that right now. We'll talk about all the winners, all the surprises, all the amazing matches, people that surprised us and just watching ADCC. Let's let's, let's just talk about this right now, because this goes for everybody, whether you're in ATCC, whether you're a white belt, blue belt, purple belt, you're in Jiu Jitsu worldly competitions, you're in grappling next you're fighting your Stepdad in the basement. It don't even matter. Hopefully you got? I'm sorry, Charlie, nobody. All right, my dogs upset. He doesn't want anybody finding step dad's out there. All right, dude, we're not going to fight that dance only I be JJ AF rules and in every jiujitsu competition that we know of, a takedown is only worth how many points comes it's only worth two points to points. So think about what you do in Jiu Jitsu. Think about a sweep, two points and a takedown two points. Which one is harder to get? In my opinion, I take down by far. What do you what would you say, Cuz, well, I mean, I think that really depends on your background. I think that really depends on your background. You have a lot of wrestlers or people with wrestling background and takedowns are Asian for them. You Know Jiujitsu is you know it's been dabbling with, is been, you know, seeing it more and more, but you're not seeing it for your every day you see a lot of what we call butt scooters or people they're just taking guard. True that. I pray to the day that some day I get matched up with a tow stripe why bell in an ADCC trial and I'll fucking double like the shit out of that, motherfuckers. But I love me some takedowns, man. I love standing up. I love that the match starts standing up. I wasn't a high school wrestler. I have zero wrestling experience. All my wrestling comes from Jiu Jitsu. Shout out to everyone who's ever help me with my wrestling game. That's a John Salters, that's Jason Kraft, Victor said Vantiz Boob out there? Anybody that show me any kind of takedowns? Thank you, guys so much. But I feel that I have enough...

...wrestling to to survive live, not necessarily to to impose on anybody, but I do have enough to that if I do need to take down, I do need a two quick points. I do need to get this fight or this match to a position where I could impose my game plan. I feel confident enough to stand up and be able to score two points. And is it easy? Hay'll know it's never easy. You guys know, once a match starts, everyone's going onezero percent, retard, drink, no matter what. But if you got a little bit of wrestling, man, it can pay off. And if you got some excellent technique, you got some great strategies. You don't necessarily have to go a thousand percent. You can fake a snap down, someone's going to react, they're going to pop up. You might ha grab an Easel, an easy ankle pick. You might have a quick single leg there. You might pretend to to pull guard and they're going to pop down and next thing you know, again ankle pick, double leg, single leg, who knows? But they're they're always there. Those opportunities are are there to score a quick two points. But I don't know, we were talking earlier cousin. I just felt that a takedown is a whole lot harder. Most people just would rather hit them, hit their butt to the met and just start on the ground. But I think it's really it. You know, it's really almost taught now. I think it's almost like it's People's game play, because if you have somebody who's stronger in takedowns and can get those points and use that, you're never going to get it. They're already on their back, true, and they spend their the whole time. So I think that, you know, there should be whether they change the point or make it to her. Hey, you know what, you have to stay in this position. Or you're going to get penalized for going straight to the ground. You know, I think that it's kind of like, and I we talked about it earlier, you know, the whole leg block game. In the beginning, you know, leg blocks weren't really you know, anything with the feed or anything was kind of not talk about, not really done, and then all woo yeah, and then all of a sudden, now it's like that's the thing and everybody's on board within it and you have those points. You know, it's those are points. They're for submissions and stuff like that, and you're equal, you know, because if you're on the mat, you there's ways to do a submission, but there's also ways to defend this submission. Same you know, with takedowns and stuff, you're almost taking that away. You're almost not allowing the other person, you know, to in to have their game plan and it's, you know, takedowns or if that's part of it, if there's plan on getting those points. I really feel like it's almost a disservice to to it. I mean, you need it. We talked about it, you know, in creating space or, you know, getting up and getting away and everything. Why are you going to get up and get away. If you can't, you know, utilize that as your points. I think it's really just taken away. Yeah, I agree with you, man. I feel like somewhere like the match stock arts and someone can just sit down on their ass and there's half of your game plan out the window because they just literally set their ass down on the floor. Huh? And if you're Jiu Jitsu is on plax, normal, that's fine, right, right, your I mean to your strength. But if your Jiujitsu's on point, and here's who cares, you know. But also, at the same time, if you're Jiujitsus on point, then you shouldn't be afraid of standing taken down and getting taken down. You know that you got a sweep that's going to keep you right back because, Yep, you know that. Hey, you know what, if I end up on my back right end up on the bottom, whatever, I might Jusus on point, that I know how to get out of it. That's true. No, that's true. They've been playing at times where I've just felt like I gotta I got this sweep in my back pocket, so I don't give an F if I get taking out and if I get taken down, I know I have that sweep, pop out and it's going to get me right back up to my feet. or You gave you someone on your back, it would you're like hey, you know what, I know exactly. I feel comfortable here. I feel cut. Will Get in a turtle gave me some of my back and then, because I'm going to do this, I'm going to do that. Or I have, you know, plan. Yeah, you have a plan, part of your plun...

...game plan exactly. I feel you. I feel you. I really like the rule set that the ADCC uses where they penalize the guard players for I mean, don't penalize a guard player for playing guard. Penal as a guard player for playing that game right away, because the match starts on your feet, man. Let you know, it's like a wrestling match. I want to see a takedown. I mean what we saw two wrestlers out of wrestling match and they got in, they used to laid on the map and then they crawled to each other and they you know, the whole part of wrestling and it is your stet up until you get taken down. That all true. That's true. I mean that's that's part of grappling is getting your opponent to the man, imposing your will, like we mentioned earlier. If that's not part of your game, that's not your part of your strong point, I can see why you wouldn't want to play that game. I'm not a sprinter or I'm not a long runner. Why would I run a marathon? Why would I run a fifty meter sprint if I know I'm not going to lose? But that's Ju Jitsu. In Jiu Jitsu we adapt our game so that we win every time, no matter what our opponent does. I kind of feel so. Whether my opponent is good enough to take me down, Hey, then let him. Maybe not letting take you down, but you already know you're eventually going to get there. So try to get into a position where, once you do hit the Mat, maybe you're ready to go from there and you're not just stalling, I guess, because that's not what we want to see. You know what I mean. ADCC was exciting from the get go. Let me just talk about some exciting matches. I just showed my cousin one of the matches pja, Barch, Cody Steel Nier. One of these guys made it to the finals, but good Lord did they put on a show. Wrestling, clinic scrambles, all kinds. Neither guy wanted to submit, neither guy wanted to give up, but they both put on a hell of a show and that's what ATC was all ATCC was all about. We had some amazing matches, we had some amazing grap some amazing people that maybe you might not have heard of, come out of nowhere and place, and next year you're going to see these guys on the big stage in Vegas, possibly coming out as an ADCC medallist. Anybody impress you off the bat, because before we get into any individual matches other than like I just mentioned, we talked about PJ barts and cody steel. Shout out to both of those guys. Cannot wait. I mean anytime cody steel is on a fight to win on a WHO's number one ADCC qualifier, I'm going to watch just because of the way he plays his game. He's he just like we just mentioned. We don't want to see any but scooters, and that's not what he's gonna do. He's gonna be trying to slam somebody. He's going to be working for a takedown. If you try to get him down, he's got a fight to scramble to get out and get on top and create some kind of positional change so that he comes out, which they did. Since they spend most of the time on the rug on side of the Mat. How many times did they have to push them back on to the Mat? What a crazy ass match, you know I mean. But again, that's a DECC. None, not either one of these guys wanted to run in. Neither one wanted to give up. Because what stood out the most from that, from those trials that we just saw. You know what, and I think this is something that would you were going to bring up to you later, but I mean with those trials, you see, you know, obviously the same usual people. You see the same in you know, high names and everything like that. All right, let's talk about a TCC East Coast child's winners. First of all, at starting at hundred sixty six kilos, we had colabate a seventy seven kilos, Kay Rutalo, eighty eight kilos junk Carlo Bodoni, ninety nine kilos are boy from the valley, none other than Mason Fowler. At the ninety nine plus Kilo weight class we had winner, our winner, John Henson, and in we only had two...

...female weight classes for some reason, and the the under sixty six kilo weight class, was won by Briannis State Mari and the Plus Sixty kilogram weight class winner in the female division was Kendall Usin. So now I heard it. I heard that the reason why there wasn't so many females or why that, you know, there was a stage. I heard that that was because they were kind of just giving them, I guess, tryouts, like a try almost like a hey, this is like they said. They called it experience. You know, for ADCCI. Some you think that maybe ATCC is going to eventually go to have like women's and men like other tournaments. They very high just trying it out. They very well could be. I want to say no, they actually do have women, a female ADCC. Okay, event. So then why would why would they need the experience? I don't know why they did that. I might been a hiccup on their part. Maybe they just jumped on it too late, but I did hear that they are. If I mean I did he like I was saying earlier, I read that they're trying to work out a west coast trials and they might be trying to do more females at that time to bring in more female competitors. Now you think it's really gonna matter, even for the women and the men? I'm not just talking about women, but for the women and the men. Could you see the same names? You see the same black belts, you see the same high levels, Andre Galbows and stuff like that, like really honestly, you know, you get your black belt, I get my bicker. Women would like you mentioned it. We're all in this eventually get our black belt. You know, Victor, our coach, talks about it about you know, everyone's in it to eventually get their black belt, if they stay in it long enough, are they? You know you're going to go up against Andre Galva. I mean, I'm sorry, but you're the same weight, same you know age, you know, same degree, and you're going to go against that. Do you think? I mean, what do you think about that? Because are you really going to make me talk about this? I am how I am, how dare you all right? So, all right, I guess you're going to make me give up my game plan. Right here, I'm pulling out a page out of Lawrence Taylor's book. And when I do become a black belt and I do end up going against an Andrea Galval, I mean I I'll never go up against Andre Gaba. Let's I do like a master's for open way class, but you never know, I could end up against Bruno mouf scene in a master's three open who knows? Right? So what I'm going to do is, if I see him on my bracket, I'm sending prostitutes and five kids of cocaine to his room the night before and I'll be like, let's go, Bruno, I'm waiting for you, and he's just going to be too tired. He's gonna be way too tired, because could I beat a Bruno MOFIC seen training the amount of hours that I do, while I work a regular, full time job? And I got a Mexican wife who will cut me, and she showed me the Nife already, so I know she's not playing around over her chores and I and I got to do my chores, because otherwise I'll be buried like those students in Mexico that gone missing long time ago. No one's ever look for them. I could very well end up like that. I don't. Honestly, I don't know. I don't think I would. I mean, all right, put it this way. I played basketball since I was in like the third grade. M Right, I played basketball since I was the third grade. I'm sure Jordan played ball since he was in the third grade. or WHO's more my age? Alan Iverson might be like five years older than me. Maybe he's not more than ten years older than me. Okay, Alan Iverson probably played basketball the same amount of time that I've played basketball. Could I today be Allen Iver seen in a one on one basketball game? What do you think? Cuz My money's on me, because, because you're taking too much as I don't think that I can...

...be Allen Iverson in a one on one basketball match. I don't know if I could be a Bruno mof for scene in a Jiu jitsu match. But the great awesome thing about Jiu Jitsu is that some day you will get to face your heroes. You know, I mean Ascar, Homie Able Santos, who signed up unknowingly for what was it a gosh, it was a Noogie, like experienced or veterans style noogie tournament. He thought it was just going to be like blue belts, purple belts, not Wu you going to go against Kyle Tera in the final? So able shows up to the mats and his goal metal opponent is Kyo Tera. That could happen to you, that could happen to any one of us and that, like I'm saying, that's the great thing about Jiu Jitsu, is that you can go against your heroes. The bad thing about Jiu Jitsu is you have to go against your heroes and they're not going to take it easy on you. So, I mean it's a touch's a double ex sword. I love it and you can do it, but I don't love it because you have to do it. You know, should they be? Maybe they should be a rule that says like, if you have more than five gold medals at this certain level, maybe you shouldn't be in this type of tournament. I don't know, maybe there's another filter for the regular people. But, like I said, that's what's awesome about Jiu Jitsu. We're all thrown in there and you know what, who knew who Lackland Giles was four years ago? Nobody. And now how many BGJI Finnax DVD's as he have? WHO's the next Blockland Giles? WHO's the next person that we don't know about? WHO's the next Mason Fouler? Nobody knew who mason was before the last trials and he won the last trials and he killed this one, murdering Java Davante Jones in overtime. Gosh, let's just talk about some of these winners. Wait, wait, wait, wait, but did he do it while working a fulltime job? No, and take care of family? Like ninety what? Ninety five, ninety eight percent of the people out there doing Jiu Jitsu and possibly listening to US right now? Most likely not. Most likely not. In real life, most of us have jobs where we got to work every day and we're not. I mean, I guess we could say that our jobs are holding us back from our full potential. Maybe, maybe you know. But so we need to quit our jobs now. So what you're telling me? Everybody, go out and quit your job. Everybody donate five dollars to we're going to start to go fund me. We're going to wait till the California mega hits the next giant Jack Pot and will split it up against us. That should be enough for all of us to quit our jobs in Jiujitsu for life. If not, keep listening to this show. Maybe donate, buy a cup of coffee, give us money. So that wouldst but let's talk about these winners, because colabate a how old is this kid? One thousand, six hundred and seventeen years old. I think they said he would sixteen going on thirty today. Oh my Gosh, man, this kid is been fucked. I mean he's been a blue belt forever. I don't want to say he's sambagging, but those harder Jiu Jitsu Mendez brothers, they've been holding this kid back for a while. He could easily be a brown belt mite right now, but he has ff and stuff up at blue belt dominate the sixty six kilo division. Base Keith Kricorning in the finals and one by sub mission. Wow,...

...how I wish I could say I'm surprised, but he's been tearing it up. He just recently started competing and Noogie, I want to say he did like a WHO's number one. Again. Wasn't the Emerald it was an emerald city. Or was it who's number one? I think he did a WHO's number one against Andrew Wilt See's brother, who was a brown belt and he was a blue belt at the time and he sub them and I think that was on our life, one of our shows, not to him. Might Ring, it might have been, but I want to say that was his first noogie match and boy he did not mess around and he showed some excellent passing. He was inverting, taking the back he had. I want to say he had a I don't know if he had a match against our boys, Stepa Martinez, but a Stephen was in this way class as well. Put on a hell of a show as well Austin scrambles. But in the end Colabatti was just too much for everybody and ended up taking this sixty six kilo division hands down. The next way class was the Siventy seven Kilo Division. That was headlined by Kate Brutelo. Cuz What do you remember from this, from this division? All I remember is rule o being on you know, taking over and not let him go. I mean honestly, that that kid like, I think we mentioned it today, right, that kid is always on top, rarely on the bottom, and he's just a go, go go. He that kid doesn't get tired. He doesn't get tired at all. I don't know what how he does or where he gets it from. Maybe that's how you know, being young and everything. But, like man, I'm sure being young has a lot to do with it. But he's been trained since he was like five, so Jiu Jitsu is just like normal to him. But God Almighty did he tear it up, man, some after sub I don't know how many Darcy he hit, how many scrambles he had bugs. Lord, we could have had a drinking game. I offer that I should have. That's what we might have to do. And you know what, his little bro, or actually his little Bro, I don't even know which one's older, kid or tied. But tied just announced that he is for sure entering South American ATCC trials. So we vary. May Very may well see both Routalo's in Atcc Vegas. Last year we only saw one of them, and I think it was it was tie, and tie ended up having a match against one of the meal brothers and he freaking almost turned his knee into a ninety degree angle, ripping his knee up. But UH, shout out to the routalot brothers. Kid, you're tearing it up, Bro, keep doing what you're doing. I cannot wait to see what you're going to do next. The eighty eight Kilo Turner Division was won by Jean Carlo Bodoni. The Ninety nine kilogram division was one bar boy, Mason Fowler, and the reason we started talking about takedowns earlier was basically because I was what just watching Mason. Mason used good old wrestling and Jiu Jitsu to to to win his weight class. In overtime. He scored a takedown late to beat Davonte Jones and become the ninety nine kilogram division winner in the ATCC East Coast trials. But again he worked his ass off. Davante is an awesome wrestler as well. Neither one of these guys wanted to run or give up the takedown or give up any kind of position, but Mason was able to score a takedown late and secure the victory. Ninety nine Kilo Ninety nine plus Killo Division winner was won by John Hanson. I don't remember seeing too many of his matches out there, but shot out to him. Hopefully he does well. I cannot wait to see what happens in early twenty two to see the South American atcc trial winners could want to say now, because I mean the every all the matches that we've seen. I mean they continuously get it. Now, Hey, one thing I do want to bring out. What about that European that you that that that Jiujitsu are grappling tournament...

...out in the UK. What was the grapple fest? Yeah, rap grapple fest ten. scrapple yeah, scrapple festen. I think it was grapple fist. It was almost as exciting as that. We were messing around and we call it scrapple fast because we probably would have more, had more from playing scrabble. But scrapple fest ten did have a few matches, exciting matches that we did watch. Tie Rutlo was up on their cade was up on there. Donte Leone had a super explong. I think it was the best. I think was the more exciting, more eventful fight, for sure. Right. He's his event. His match probably was the the the most exciting of the three. Cade and time spend most of their time on top just trying to pass. But there wasn't really too much position exchanges. There wasn't really too much. There wasn't any sweets, there wasn't any takedowns. There wasn't much of anything other than them being on top. I'm not going to say that I didn't enjoy it. Right now. I'm sure that at once we go back and we watch that we watched, re watch those matches, will see some stuff that we didn't notice the first time around. I didn't notice that in kids original match he was like stuck in some weird matrix position and almost like spun out and almost landed like in a weird quartermack position. So I am gonna be interested in looking at that one more time. But if you do have a philo grappling subscription, go ahead. It is definitely is worth your time. Yeah, Grapple Fest Ten just completed last night. Go ahead and give it a give it a check out, try it out. Yeah, you're right, because, I mean, the fights were good. I mean, I know you're kind of joking about it or anything, but I think it was more so because we're used to the high tempo where you to spoil. Yeah, we got spoiled with a DCC. We got spoiled. We've been spoilt. What with whose number one and those? I mean, was anybody really putting themselves out there in the grapple fest matches. Know, was anybody diving for subs or putting themselves in a position where there they were either going to get us up or they were going to give up US up? Nah, everybody played it pretty safe. Everybody played their normal their normal game. But Hey, I mean that's just the way it goes. You know, they're not all going to be Gim's, you know right, and I think that's really what it may came down to. We're looking forward to those awesome price that we've been on that on, that writing, that wave, and this was it was just more like, okay, yeah, this is what he does, this is you know, how it works. This is here we go again, you know. So that's I mean, that's kind of way I see it, for sure, for sure, man. But again, you know, master's worlds lots of austome matches to watch. Go out there and watch coach Victor said Vance's match. Go out there and watch Clark Gracie. I don't even know how many subs that dude caught, but really watching Clark Gracie go against some of these guys in master's roles was where me and cousin ant started talking about dude, can a regular guy could beat compete against the highest level at black belt? Do we have a chance? I don't know. What do you guys think out there, listeners? Do you think that if you put in the time your mote the most time you could, you dead to kate the most of anything that you can to Jiu Jitsu? Do we stand a chance against those higher level guys that are doing this day in and day out? I don't know, but it's sure as Hell's fun to try, right, no matter what. Now, what about that shout out to the the brown belt, that Lady Ladder Brown bow there's like her third time. You know this. You know that's that's I mean big shout out to her. I mean third time doing a master's world. went out there one gold, you know, at Master's well,...

...and then at the podium is surprised by not by yeah, I mean what you're doing this for. I mean is I mean again, everybody does things, does you just you for all kinds of reason. But again we're all trying to get to that black belt level. And she was surprised with a black belt. I mean it would that's I mean the look on her face. Experience. How you know how she was feeling about the whole thing. I mean amazing, amazing, you know, situation. Huge. Shoutout to add bjj betty in her s earning her black belt after only ten years of training, winning double goal at the two weeks ago Master's world shout out one more time, bjj Betty, Cuz what do you got to say about that? Man? That is the dream right there. I mean going out there constantly, you know, try and try, and never giving up, no matter what the results were, and just coming back. I mean, I mean it talks about every discipline. I mean she continued to go and she never quit. Didn't matter, the age, didn't matter anything. Continue to go out there, continue to give her best, even and when she didn't, if she didn't win goal, she came back and came back and came back, and this time she wins gold. You know, she has her Brown, but she's obviously given, you know, time and energy to this, you know, and and then she surprised with receiving her black belt. That, I mean, that's a story right there that I definitely would love to hear here about, you know, more about her journey on how she got there. Most definitely most definitely out. Most of us out here are older jiujit deals. You know, there was a there was a story that I responded to earlier this week that was, I think it was on Seth Daniels or fight twins, insta profile or not pullfile, but account, and they shared how some guy was like, Hey, you know what, most people won't ever get a black belt. It's going to cost you more than Fiftyzero dollars. You're black, your back is going to be fucked up, your your body's going to ache and it's just not going to be worth it and most of us just aren't good enough to even him have a blue bell. So you should just quit, basically, you know. But BJJ BID is the opposite. She's like it is hard and that's why I'm going to keep doing it, because if it was easy, everybody would have a black belt, right, right. It was easy to graduate from college, everybody would graduate from college. If it was easy to have a sixfigure job, everybody would have a six figure job. But you can't, and that's why you gotta just like, I mean one of our favorite fighters back in the day used to say, Daniel Cormier, embrace the crime. You gotta love what you do day in and day out. You gotta love the training, you got to love working, you got to love getting your ass beat, you gotta love beating People's asses. But in the end it's all going to pay off because the angle, you're not competing against anybody, you're only competing against yourself, and whenever you get to that finish line, that's when it's your time. You know, but only you will know if everything you put in is actually worth it. You know, if you value every second, every person, every time you had to work, then you're going to value that bat black belt just like you valued every single other goal you've accomplished in your life, whether it's a high school diploma, whether it's graduating from college, whether it's getting married, having a kid or kids, buying house, whatever ying result is. You only you know how hard you have to work to get there. I agree, I totally agree. I mean it a lot of guys, I mean be the heat. Listen to the show. We have a lot of veterans out there the lists into this, and I mean we've all gone through our experience, as we call it. You know, you know, you know. Welcome to the suck. You know you're out there in those different schools, Ranger School, SF school, you know, all these different things out there, and you always have that one guy...

...who, you know, starts talking himself out of it and it becomes more, you know, whether you're going through these schools or anything like that, it becomes you know, do you have the heart? You have the mental forge, Dude. It's not all physical. You know, going to ranger score, you know, you know sfas for your special operations and stuff, going through those things. It's not all physical. You don't always see the big, tall, you know, muscular, full endurance person making it. You find the people that have hard you find the people that you say, you know what, yeah, this sucks, but I can get through it and I want this. I really want this. I want to continue going, and everybody continues the day after day, day after day, and keeps coming back and keeps keeping there. All those are the ones that make it through the school, those are the ones that graduating everything, and I think it's kind of the same thing like Jutsu, and I think that's why, and you JSU, we find a lot of veterans, a lot of military that also go into it because it's the same thing. It's not just yeah, we're going to grind, yeah, it's going to be hard. Yeah, we're going to have our bumps and bruises and it you, we're going to have to give and sacrifice and everything like that. But it's in us, it's what we want to do, it's what we enjoy, the Brotherhood and all that other stuff. You know, I really think that. Yeah, that, you know, the guy had some you know, made his own point about what he or if guy or girl, I don't remember who wrote the Argo. But yeah, you know, a lot of things are fact maybe factual, you know. But again, why are you in this? You know, I mean the if you honestly think about it, like why would? Why does that guy even get in a car, you know, and your could there's a chance you could die. No, I might as well not get get in the car, you know. So I mean, I mean that's kind of extreme, but same thing, you know what I mean. We got to test ourselves, you know it. We got to live. So I'm with you on this because, yeah, it sound like you know, I again I don't know the person or you know what I'm saying, but you know, looking at that and everything described you're a talking to yourself out of it. True, were. And I responded to that post and I actually was like, we've all been there. Everything's going to hurt no matter what, so you might as well do something that has fun and maybe think about finding a new school, maybe a change of environment and change of instructor maybe you need some new motivation and new mentor I'm not sure, but don't give a punch Jutsu just yet. Give it a give another shot. Uh. Because, with that being said, anything you want to add before we wrap this episode, Una, because I really appreciate having me on here. This is the first time we've ever done it together in person. You know, the same place, same time. You knows that. That's been great. Thank you for the birthday wishes and everything, and you know I can't wait to come on here again. Hell Yeah, great episode. Thank you everyone out there in podcast land for listening. We hope you enjoyed this wrap up. Addition to Jujit deals, stay tuned for more Jiujit. THATAL news coming soon from us. I did recently start a blog. I'm going to try to keep it up weekly, updating you on upcoming super fights, upcoming shows we can watch on flow on inner on the inner webs, through my cousin's illegal action, not of evil. Maybe you can stream some stuff, bump fights? I don't know, but I'm going to try to keep everybody in tune with the best grappling events coming down the pipe, so be ready for that. If you got a little bit of extra time, check out our website at www dot jig Toccom, where you can find all our content, all our video, all our podcast, all of our blogs, and we will keep you tuned into what's going on as well as what we're going to be doing pretty soon. Don't forget to buy your ATCC tickets going out this Friday, black Friday. Get your ATCC tickets. Until next time, Ju that's keep rolling and training if you can out there, and we hope to hear from you soon. Peace. This is the motivation.

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