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    Grappler's Quest West Very Quick Results

    Sun, 2005-11-13 18:44 — Gumby

    An absolutely insane amount of competitors participated in the 8th Grappler's Quest West. With way over 1000 competitors signed up for the nogi section alone, and many more entered in the gi divisision, nearly 1700 competitiors in all participated on 12 mat in what may have been the largest grappling tournament of all time. Certain divisions, notably the Novice under 170, had over 100 competitors alone!

    GQ West Preview

    Fri, 2005-11-11 01:21 — Gumby

    The Grappler's Quest West in Las Vegas NV has always been a star making tournament, with some of the most significant names in the sport making their marks here.

    OTM Forum is Back Online

    Thu, 2005-11-03 09:09 — Gumby

    Yeah, we'd rather not take about it either.....

    Ultimate Man's Weekend Report and Video

    Tue, 2005-11-01 09:05 — Gumby

    The Ultimate Man`s Weekend
    Charlotte, North Carolina
    September 30-October 1, 2005

    Music City Report and Video

    Wed, 2005-10-26 07:52 — Gumby

    Music City Grappling Championships Nashville Tennessee September 10th, 2005

    US Open X Day Two

    Sun, 2005-10-23 22:50 — Gumby

    The second day of the 10th annual US Open of JiuJitsu began with the blue belts and was crowned with the first brown/black team competition on American soil. The whole day was packed with action and tremendous displays of skill.

    Plenty of black belts put it on the line once again in Santa Cruz Megaton Dias defeated Eduardo Leitao in a fetherweight masters match. In a very tough match Walter Vitale defeated Paulo "JR" Gazze.

    US Open X Day One

    Sun, 2005-10-23 08:34 — Gumby

    US Open Quick Report

    The first day went smoothly as always at Claudio Franca's US Open. A ton of White Belts began the day's action. For this first time this year instead of making all the women compete at once, the women were called up along their respective male counterparts belt level.

    In the purple belts featherweight Pacific Martial Arts teammates Greg Ashbury and Jorge Evanglista split top honors. In a tought lightweight division Bill Cooper submitted three opponents to take the title.

    The Rickson Gracie Budo Challenge: A Look Forward:

    Fri, 2005-10-21 05:08 — Gumby

    For those of us who love Gi competition the Rickson Gracie Budo Challenge may be the most important news to come along in a long time.

    WEC 17 Quick Report

    Sat, 2005-10-15 02:16 — Gumby

    WEC Quick Report

    The Palace in Lemore, CA was once again sold out for what turned out to not only be one of the biggest WEC cards in sometime, but one of the better MMA events in North America period.

    The main events of the evening was a super-heavyweight match between Jimmy "the Titan" Ambriz and Ricco "Suave" Rodriguez and a four man Light-heavyweight tournament featuring talented up and comers Scott Smith, Tim McKenzie, Justin Levens and Jorge "Van Damme" Oliviera. The night also featured four more title bouts.

    North American Western Regional Quick Results

    Sat, 2005-10-08 20:31 — Gumby

    For the third WGG tournament in a row, the absolute finals came down to Bill "the Grill" Cooper versus Jeff "The Snowman" Monson.

    The top competitiors from the Pacific Northwest showed their stuff on the mat today as about 250 competitors competed in both gi and no gi divisions at the North American Western Regional tournament.

    A large group of white and blue belts began the day to compete. In the purple belt division Bill Cooper submitted both of his opponents. Chris Woolfard won his brown belt match.

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