Rafael Lovato Sr., the father of the most decorated American Jiu-Jitsu competitor, Rafael Lovato Jr., discusses his background in martial arts, and his history of training Jiu-Jitsu with the Machados, Gracies and Ribeiros.
Saulo sits down with Dominyka Obeylenyte for an in depth interview about life and Jiu-Jitsu. Dominyka is the 2015 and 2016 Black Belt World Champion of the female Super Heavy and Absolute Divisions, as well as World Champion at blue, purple and brown belts. She received her Black Belt from Marcelo Garcia, and is currently training with Team Fabio Clemente.
Robson "Robinho" Moura is 5th degree Black Belt under Master Andre Pederneiras, and 7X Black Belt World Champion. In this interview, he talks about his history in Jiu-Jitsu, and how he developed his amazing butterfly guard game, which he will be showing some of his favorite techniques from.
Saulo sits down with guest instructor, Eduardo Rocha, and they discuss his history in BJJ and play "If You Think, You're Late." Eduardo is a 4th degree Black Belt under Royler Gracie, and a 5X Pan American Champion and 3X World Master Champion. He teaches Jiu-Jitsu out of his academy in Oakland, California.
Takamasa Watanabe, black belt under Rickson Gracie, talks about his background in Jiu-Jitsu, growing up in Rio, and opening Axis Jiu-Jitsu in Tokyo to be the first ambassador of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in Japan.
Saulo sits down with Giva Santana, and talk about his history in BJJ and MMA. Giva is a World Cup Champion, multiple Pan American Champion and multiple World Master Champion. As an MMA fighter, he earned the nickname "The Arm Collector" during a 10 fight winning streak in which he finished all his opponents with armbars.
Maximiliano Ulloa was a blue belt when he fell off a balcony in 2012, leaving him paralyzed and unable to use his legs. He tells his story and talks about how Jiu-Jitsu helped him during his initial recovery from the accident, and how he has since adapted his Jiu-Jitsu to accommodate his physical capabilities.