Hard-hitting action dominates the scene at the most thrilling Brazilian Jiu Jitsu tournament in the world. The 2004-2005 Championships features the top fighters in every category fighting it out for the titles. They execute stunning takedowns, technical kimono chokes, Judo throws, leg locks, and ground fighting that moves almost too fast to take in. Also included is a "superfight" between Matt "The Terror" Serra, a Renzo Gracie Black Belt, and Yamasaki Black Belt Francisco Neto.
Lightweight Black Belt Challenge featuring: Cameron Earle (Ralph Gracie), Rio De Janeiro, Brazil's pride Edson Diniz (American Top Team), Philadelphia-Based Jared Weiner (Lloyd Irvin), Sao Paulo Brazil's star, Aldo Nishkam, and Boston native, Keith Florian (Boston BJJ).
Brown Belt Divisions featuring: Rick Migliarese and Rick Macauley (Team Balance/Relson Gracie), Noah Spear (High Level Jiu Jitsu), Petrus Walker (American Top Team), Brad Court (Lloyd Irvin), David Jacobs (Yamasaki Jiu Jitsu), and Andrew Correa (Jiu Jitsu Now).
Purple Belt Divisions featuring: Jeff Glover (Paragon Jiu Jitsu), Mike Fowler (Lloyd Irvin), Josh Griffiths (Alliance/Fabio Clemente), Andrew Smith (Richmon BJJ), Chris Moriarty (Alliance/Jacare), Klint Radwani (Yamasaki Jiu Jitsu), and many more.
Women's Divisional Action featuring: World Champion Caryn May (Champion/Joe Priole) -vs- Sharon Bonewicz (Lloyd Irvin/Jared Weiner)
BONUS Superfight Includes: Vintage Brown Belt Superfight pitting Renzo Gracie Black Belt, Matt "The Terror" Serra, against Yamasaki Black Belt, Francisco Neto.
BONUS Event Footage: The World Series of Grappling competition Purple and Brown Belt highlights featuring Mike Fowler (Lloyd Irvin), Robert Schwartz (ATT), Dave Jacobs (Yamasaki), and Francisco Mena (Brazilian Top Team).