This issue of Gracie Mag contains the following articles:
- First Fun, The Discipline: Lightweight champion of Europe Roberto Satoshi recounts how he became enamored with Jiu-Jitsu, remembers the belt he received on his father's death bed and imparts lessons.
- ERR IN TRAINING, NOT AT TOURNAMENTS: All great fighters commit slip-ups-- the trick is to learn from and not repeat them.
- THOUGH SHALT NOT PASS: Any time an opponent starts creeping over your legs, gentle guard player, there's an antidote that will get you back to starting point. That's the way it's taught by Rubens Charles "Cobrinha", owner of one of the finest guard-replacement games in sport Jiu-Jitsu.
REPLACEMENT TECHNIQUES: Julio Cesar, the master responsible for Rodolvo Viera's Jiu-Jitsu, teaches five methods for keeping passers from hopping your guard.
AMMO FOR YOUR GUARD: Black belt Bruno Frazatto lets us in on some secrets to his "impossible guard" and reveals 5 ways to punish passers with omoplata locks.
- ONE STEP BACK, SEVERAL FORWARD: Having once left the UFC fold, Werdum returns to the octagon with his luggage full of lessons
- NO TIME FOR CELEBRATION: The pressure's on newly crowned UFC lightweight champ Ben Henderson
- CONTENDER ON HOLD: Jake Ellenberger is on the backburner, but he's fine with waiting for his shot at the welterweight belt
- CAUGHT ON CAMERA: From the ring to the TV screen, the highs and lows of David Loiseau's life