Rickson Gracie Workout MMA

 

DOB: November 20, 1958
Rickson Gracie is a Brazilian martial artist and professional mixed martial artist who holds a 8th degree black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu He is a member of the Gracie family: the son of Hélio Gracie, brother to Rorion Gracie and Relson Gracie, and half-brother to Royce and Royler Gracie. He was the winner of the Vale Tudo Japan tournament in 1994 and 1995.

In addition to Rickson Gracie’s record in professional mixed martial arts of 11-0, the Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Academy website profile claims that:

– He credits himself with a combined record of over 400 victories in Jiu-Jitsu tournaments and freestyle wrestling, Sambo, and no holds barred challenge matches.
– He is a two-time Brazilian Champion in freestyle wrestling.
– He is a Gold Medal Winner in Sambo.
– He trained his younger brother, Royce Gracie, for his first four fights in the UFC.
– He has been the middle-heavyweight and open weight division World Jiu-Jitsu Champion for almost two decades.

Rickson has at least one loss — from the 1993 U.S. Sambo Championships in Norman, Oklahoma, where he was defeated by American Ron Tripp by Total Victory via uchi-mata in 45 seconds. Rickson disputed this loss, claiming he was misinformed of the rules of the event.

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