Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu


Have you ever been rolling and been put in a position that you just do not know what to do and you have no clue on how you got there?


Our individual attributes are valuable commodities in the fight world. Some of us have excellent cardiovascular endurance, others have speed, some have extreme flexibility, and then there are those of us that possess superior strength.


As martial artists we thrive on our ability to train hard and often.

After meeting and talking with professor Alejandro Siqueira at a couple of tournaments MMAWIN.COM was invited to come visit Gracie Barra Southlake located in Southlake, Texas.

Fabiana Borges is one of the top female Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu athletes in the world with numerous title wins.

​Raul Gacho Jimenez of Alliance Jiu-Jitsu in Houston, Texas has been training for over 13 years.

Deciding what you will do in life for some can be difficult, but for Saulo Flores of Gracie Barra Westchase the choice to make brazilian jiu-jitsu a career has been made.

One of the great things about being part of the jiu-jitsu community is that you get the chance to make new friends. From the first day I met Phillip Brown at Gracie Barra Westchase in Houston, Texas it was obvious that he would help any fellow jiu-jitsu brother better their game as he trained with them.

Andre Santos is a 2nd degree black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and currently teaches at the Gracie Barra Champions Forrest location in Houston, Texas.

Breaking grips is a fundamental part of Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. Whether it be from top, bottom, or even from the standing position, your opponent’s grips are going to be an important obstacle to overcome.