Honoring the Past, Forging the Future
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a martial art that focuses on control, pinning, and submissions (such as choke holds and joint locks). It looks to utilize leverage and positioning to redirect and overcome larger opponents, and it is traditionally practiced in a uniform called a gi. No-gi BJJ, a form of submission wrestling, is also popular due to its success in the UFC, ADCC, EBI, and various other competitions.
BVMMA's instructor lineage is a direct line from the founders of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Judo.
One of the first mixed martial artists of the modern era. Introduced Judo to Brazil in 1914.
Owner & Head Coach of BVMMA.
Three-time LFC middleweight world champion.
2nd degree Black Belt.
The founder of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Patriarch of the Gracie Family.
10th Degree Red Belt.
Pioneer of BJJ in America & the "godfather of BJJ in Texas".
World Masters Champion.
8th Degree Coral Belt.
Founder of Judo.
BVMMA students are the future of BJJ!