Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is truly an art form. When it comes to combat sports, those who have mastered the craft of BJJ are formidable opponents. Developed from Kodokan judo, the first jujutsu / judo school was opened by Geo Omori in Brazil in 1909.
The fighting art form rose to prominence on the international scene in the early 1990s, thanks to Brazilian jiu-jitsu expert and mixed martial arts legend Royce Gracie. Winning the first, second and fourth Ultimate Fighting Championships, Royce Gracie proved that size didn't matter when it came to the technique of fighting.
Fast forward to 2016 and the little guys are still kicking ass.
Now common practice in the world of combat sports, a video has surfaced of Robinho Moura schooling a much larger opponent.
From the video description on YouTube:
The official video - Robson Moura had a guy walk into his school and challenge anyone there to fight for $20. Robson said he would fight him, and beat him in 5 minutes - and then the guy would have to sign up as a new student! Always classy, always humble - Robson schools the guy without hurting him.
Looks like Robson has a new student. Wonder if he gets a discount. Probably not.