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Gracie Magazine #180

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The issue of Gracie Mag contains the following articles:

- Face to Face: The Law Man

IBJJF director of refereeing Alvaro Mansor breaks down how implementing the new rules of sport Jiu-Jitsu has been going.



- Cover Story: 55 Pieces of Advice

All a Jiu-Jitsu practitioner, no matter what belt color they may be, needs to some day hear from their master.



- European Championship 2012: Flying Freight Train

Last year, the figure he cut in competition was that of a souped-up grappling machine laying waste to anything unfortunate enough to stray in its way. This year, Rodolfo Vieira sprouted wings. Without encountering so much as a bump of turbulence, he won at weight and open weight in the first major event of the season. What will it take to stop the champion in his tracks? Perhaps a long stroll through Lisbon might settle this mystery.



Also included

CHOKE MMA



- UFC: Five Straight-Faced Questions for Chael Sonnen



- Profile: The Windy Road to the Top

The lessons to learn from Dominick Cruz's path to becoming UFC champion.



- UFC: Inside Looking Out

Herb Dean teaches crash course in MMA officiating.

Gracie Magazine #180

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The issue of Gracie Mag contains the following articles:
-  Face to Face:  The Law Man
     IBJJF director of refereeing Alvaro Mansor breaks down how implementing the new rules of sport Jiu-Jitsu has been going.
 
-  Cover Story:  55 Pieces of Advice
     All a Jiu-Jitsu practitioner, no matter what belt color they may be, needs to some day hear from their master.

-  European Championship 2012:  Flying Freight Train
     Last year, the figure he cut in competition was that of a souped-up grappling machine laying waste to anything unfortunate enough to stray in its way.  This year, Rodolfo Vieira sprouted wings.  Without encountering so much as a bump of turbulence, he won at weight and open weight in the first major event of the season.  What will it take to stop the champion in his tracks? Perhaps a long stroll through Lisbon might settle this mystery.
 
Also included
CHOKE MMA
 
-  UFC:  Five Straight-Faced Questions for Chael Sonnen
 
-  Profile:  The Windy Road to the Top
      The lessons to learn from Dominick Cruz's path to becoming UFC champion.
 
-  UFC:  Inside Looking Out
     Herb Dean teaches crash course in MMA officiating.
 
and much more...
Additional Information
SKU BV-81659
Release Date Feb 29, 2012
Other Info No
Magazine Format No
Magazine Length 90 pages
Languages No

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