GRACIE Magazine is now available in English! Every report, article and caption is published both in English and Portuguese in 92 full-color pages, so you finally are able to read and understand the greatest BJJ source in the market.
GRACIE Magazine is special because it's the most traditional source of information on Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu on Earth. Published since 1994 in Brazil, where Jiu-Jitsu grew during the 1900's, it represents the Jiu-Jitsu philosophy. Practitioners usually say Jiu-Jitsu is neither a sport nor a mere martial art; it's a way of life. If so, GRACIE Magazine is that way of life written and printed.
A revolution in the ring
Renato Babalu shows the 23 tips to help you become a 21st century fighter
Face to Face:
Current welterweight UFC champion, Hughes isn't intimidated by Royce's heroic acts in the early years of the event and guarantees that he has more experience than his opponent inside the octagon
"Anything can happen"
This is the prognosis that Matt Hughes and Royce Gracie give for the 27th of May, when they will face each other in the UFC. Despite this, the American wrestler considers himself to be the favorite. The Brazilian black-belt agrees with this
The Pan-American way
In the run-up to the 12th Pan-American Jiu-Jitsu Championships, here are a selection of stories and scenes from the most traditional international Jiu-Jitsu tournament
Jiu-Jitsu & MMA: Hard labor Jacare trains in Chuck Liddell´s academy, gets his ass kicked, teaches, and announces his international MMA premiere. Could the World BJJ Championship be losing another of its stars to the rings?
The Way of the Future
How the creator of the first international MMA league plans to give the industry a shake
Performance By Martin Rooney III "One lesson to learn is respect"
Agenda -Shamrock vs Gracie - The sharpest shooter in the new West - Batman takes on Bin Laden - Roger Gracie in MMA in 2007
Point of view With Rodrigo "Minotauro" Nogueira
In the academy Ricardo De La Riva, Roger Gracie and Flávio Canto show their techniques