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Kazushi Sakuraba vs. Royce Gracie

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SoftBank presents Dynamite!! USA in association with ProElit (02nd, June 2007 / Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, U.S.A.) [ MMA Rules / 5Min 3R ] Kazushi Sakuraba (Japan) vs. Royce Gracie (Brazil)

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Написал: Yudi Hilmawan, 01.08.2014, 21:22

Lol... Even with steroid royce gracie is still fighting like a little bitch. BJJ/GJJ is the most useless martial art in the world because if you figthing on the street by lying on the ground like this little bicth (royce gracie) your opponent can easly crush your balls or your head with his foot. Wrestling or Judo is better than BJJ/GJJ.
Написал: Iron Aged, 07.08.2014, 04:31

Unlike the audience with their boos and the referees with their interruptions the contestants were very classy. To me it was very impressive (and refreshing) to see two contestants in a competition like that be so classy and respectful to each other. I liked it when Sakuraba was told that Gracies grandfather wanted to meet him. I couldn't shake the feeling I was witnessing some sort of historic moment in time. As for the fight, if the referees had let them work their craft then we may have seen a submission, but they kept breaking it up. At one point Gracie had Sakuraba on the ropes and was working his legs hard and his face, kidneys, liver, etc and they broke it up. I could see the frustration on both fighters faces when they keep telling them to show some action. It WAS action. All of it. That's what they do. These aren't two schmoes from Jersey slugging it out. These are masters who aren't going to make stupid moves just to "crank it up" for the audience. They work those body parts, work those legs, eventually something gives, and that one special moment one of them is looking for happens and they go in for the kill. It was like the refs were trying to turn a submission match into a boxing match. Anyway I liked it. Thought it was an amazing match to get to see. 
Написал: NATURUL CAUSEZ, 20.08.2014, 08:47

Royce Gracie Was So Truly amazing When The first and second And Arguably The third UFC came out Just because Of the fact that no one knew how or even about ground fighting People Just simply Knew To kick And punch but with Brazilian Jujitsu He blew people away with such fast Moves and Such Effective Moves. Later On Other People Learn't to do ground fighting and he More or less did not learn To Kick-Box and such and thats why he lost some times. Truly The UFC was made so People could see what the Best Fighting Style was He Fought and beat Sumo wrestlers And Kick boxers and karate Men And Proofed That BJJ Was the best. I Think He Is awesome 
Написал: General420smoke, 19.08.2014, 21:17

to bad sakuraba never faced rickson. rickson was the biggest champ in the gracie family.
Написал: Jesse J, 20.09.2014, 14:24

Sakuraba destroyed the Gracie bullshit legend. Except for Rickson who was too chicken to face Sakuraba. Rickson got out because he knew he couldn't beat any of the new guys who were all learning grappling. Sakuraba uses Catch Wrestling here which is more effective than jiujitsu when learned correctly. Sakuraba was the last great catch wrestler.
Написал: Historical Docs., 21.10.2014, 04:11

omg. what a lazy performance. they both suck. 
Написал: Bobak Behzadi, 17.09.2014, 04:13

Gracie killer Sakuraba
Написал: HAAS Channel, 03.10.2014, 12:06

Sakuraba was fighting as a real samurai warrior, where Gracie was obviously wanted the win regardless the way.. I love BJJ, but Sakuraba was just amazing and he owned the fight. 
Написал: Aaron Gustaveson, 04.10.2014, 21:32

Написал: dicky telecaster nugroho, 01.10.2014, 07:27

Написал: InformationIsTheEdge, 28.09.2014, 15:45

Why can't both of these dudes lose this fight? Clearly they were more focused on not losing than on fighting. What a boring turd. Seriously the only winner of this match-up is whoever pocketed the gate or cashed the check for the television rights.
Написал: Jeffrey Almonte, 26.05.2014, 15:38

On or Off Roids, I still feel like Royce Gracie dead lost this fight lol.
Написал: Брюс Ли, 14.09.2014, 21:29

Да в конце был жёсткий секс....
Написал: mst viral, 14.06.2014, 00:05

Have you seen the "Fighting Dirty" Documentary by Brandon Bender? That guy has ended all of his matches in the first round.
Написал: Aguidemo Batista, 22.08.2014, 02:06

was that rashad evans in the backgoround, in those days the gracies would`ve won anything,
Написал: NemeanLion, 22.08.2014, 22:17

Sakuraba threw it. 
Написал: bluenickels, 02.05.2014, 16:29

It sickens me to see Royce's steroid swollen face sucking air, trying to get that Kimura. I've grown to loathe Royce over the years and take such pleasure in seeing him get beaten. Not sorry.
Написал: Kevin mc donnell, 14.08.2014, 20:54

what a shite fight!
Написал: Plus Aero Services, 02.05.2014, 04:19

After UFC III Royce become a very boring fighter to watch. He stopped being attractive to fans due to his limited evolution to an actual MMA fighter over just an BJJ grappler. Rickson was a real MMA fighter from the beginning. 
Написал: yoursola, 10.08.2014, 12:28

Написал: ChiefGuerilla, 22.10.2014, 09:23

Boring fight
Написал: Reoagentmi, 17.10.2014, 18:45

good fight, I am a Saku fan, but Royce fought a very tactical, well planned out fight. His kickboxing skills improved greatly. He out hustled Saku and kept it standing where he was better this time. I liked the way he stayed out of Saku's strength which is groundwork and guard passing. I had it close, but to Royce.
Написал: CLAUDIO GARCIA Bambam, 22.10.2014, 23:07

japonês casca grossa
Написал: AKC Land, 07.07.2014, 21:59

Even Royce admits he was wrong for taking steroids and I personally believe if he had to the opportunity to do it over without them he would have. However the disrespect on here is a little much from people with little to no experience in anything to do with what their talking about. 
Написал: Godzilla52, 09.10.2014, 23:26

The roiding really undermined Royce's legacy for me, it was also a slap in the face to the Gracie family. I think this is one of the few times a win was more devastating than a loss in MMA.