Rob Kahn Black Belt, Justin "Chim Chim" Garcia is head instructor of The Jungle Gym in the Bronx, New York ( On Saturday, December 10th, 2005 in Hoboken, New Jersey, Chim Chim made his mixed martial arts debut against Scott Argott of The Bare Knuckle Assasins. For our loyal members of and fans of Justin Garcia, please enjoy this video

Grappling RADIO's Double Episode # 4 & 5 with Special Guest Lloyd Irvin

2009 World Series of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Overall Team Champions:

1st Place: Team Mica Machado Las Vegas

Head Instructors: Amilcar "Mica" Cipili and Walter Vital

2nd Place: Team Carlson Gracie (Ricardo Calvalcanti)

3rd Place: Team Paragon (Ricardo "Franjinha" Miller, Jeff Glover, Bill Cooper)

4th Place: Team Lovato/Saulo Ribeiro Oklahoma

5th Place: Team Cobra Kai (Marc Laimon, Sim Go, Ulysses Gomez)

My Good Friend and Instructor in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Chris Savarese ( posted this amazing photo of Helio Gracie on his profile, as today marks one year since the passing of the ground fighting legend and revolutionary. His legacy lives on in all of us...please join me in a moment of silence in his memory.

Here is a very inspirational tribute video and photo collection to the life achievements of Helio Gracie:

The Children's and Teen's divisions are my favorite of the day. You are seeing the future of mixed martial arts on our mats with each and every event. We are trying to massively grow the sport and want to promote YOU guys, please get on here and participate on our forums, blogs and other contests.

Watch Four (4) Championship Finals Matches from the Children's No-Gi Divisions at December 12th's World Series of Grappling presented by Grapplers Quest.

Above: Klint Radwani vs Thom Ortiz at 2009 Grapplers Quest World Series of Grappling

Marcelo Mafra vs Ryan Beauregard at Grapplers Quest World Series of Grappling Welterweight division

Grapplers Quest announces a special $1,000 Cash 4-Man (Under 200 lbs.) No-Gi Superfight Division on March 20th in Caldwell, New Jersey at Caldwell College featuring World Champion, Rafael Lovato, Jr. from Team Saulo Ribeiro from Oklahoma. Lovato is considered by many to be "The Best American Jiu Jitsu Fighter" and he's challenging himself in what will prove to be a star-studded division.


4-Man Beast of the East Under 200 lbs. Superfight Division: