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MOST LIKED INSTRUCTORS – Below are the top 8 most sought after BJJ instructors in the world according to 60,000+ visitors to RMBJJ. Click on the instructors photo for more information…
  1   Ricky Lundell Ricky Lundell   1° Black    Lindon    Utah     Likes: 3620  
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  2   Rigan Machado Rigan Machado   8° Red Black    Los Angeles    CA     Likes: 3168  
  Cmts: 41
  3   Carlos Machado Carlos Machado   7° Red Black    Dallas    TX     Likes: 2087  
  Cmts: 58
  4   Chip Coffey Chip Coffey   1° Black    Cartersville    GA     Likes: 1796  
  Cmts: 97
  5   John Machado John Machado   6° Black    Culver City    California     Likes: 1718  
  Cmts: 5
  6   Pat Cooligan Pat Cooligan   0° Black    Ottawa    Ontario     Likes: 1700  
  Cmts: 92
  7   Roger Machado Roger Machado   6° Black    Pasadena    California     Likes: 1639  
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  8   Jean Jacques Machado Jean Jacques Machado   7° Red Black    Tarzana    CA     Likes: 1494  
  Cmts: 18
MOST COMMENTED INSTRUCTORS – Below are the top 8 most talked about BJJ instructors in the world. Click on the instructors photo for more information…
  1   Len Hamilton Len Hamilton   0° Brown     NY     Cmts: 180
  Likes: 1188
  2   Mica Cipili Mica Cipili   3° Black   Las Vegas   NV     Cmts: 179
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  3   Walter Vital Walter Vital   3° Black   Las Vegas   Nevada     Cmts: 146
  Likes: 734
  4   Scott Tannenbaum Scott Tannenbaum   4° Black   Phoenix   Arizona     Cmts: 142
  Likes: 579
  5   Jeff Cope Jeff Cope   0° Black   Winston-Salem   NC     Cmts: 133
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  6   Brian Miller Brian Miller   1° Brown   Greensboro   NC     Cmts: 117
  Likes: 244
  7   Sammy Garcia Sammy Garcia   0° Black   West Covina   California     Cmts: 109
  Likes: 168
  8   Pedro  Sauer Pedro Sauer   7° Red Black   Sterling   VA     Cmts: 104
  Likes: 1223
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Marcus Vinicius Marcus Vinicius 1. Submitted by Paul Price for Marcus Vinicius  – Saturday May 26, 2018 12:27 PM LA has numerous BJJ spots. Marcus and his son Vinny are by far some of the best instructors in the city. While other schools may have bigger names, Marcus is a tough and technical instructor who genuinely cares about his students and their progression in BJJ. I have lived in LA for 15 years, the last 3 training with Marcus and Vinny. Upon moving out of the city, this school is one of the few things I will truly miss and likely irreplaceable. Give them a month and you will see what I mean. Leave Comment
Phil Cardella Phil Cardella 2. Submitted by Shiloh Pelchat for Phil Cardella  – Saturday April 21, 2018 8:02 AM My daughters first started Jiujitsu with Phil, and now my whole family does it. Phil is so great with the kids, keeps them focused and always learning. I�m so thankful to have found Jiujitsu and I believe it has enhanced our lives, full circle. I hope Phil never leaves St. Augustine. Leave Comment
Mike Casey Mike Casey 3. Submitted by Jim Moran for Mike Casey  – Tuesday March 20, 2018 9:55 PM I trained and taught karate for many years and always wanted to get into Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Having no other point of reference I gave Michael Casey’s school a try and soon found out there is no more legitimate Gracie School anywhere, much less in NYC. Michael maintains the philosophy (self-defense first, sport second) of the Gracie family that inspired a nation of martial artists in the early days of the UFC. He has, and shares with his students, direct access to Grand Master Relson Gracie and his brothers but just as importantly, he’s cultivated the best group of assistant instructors and training partners I’ve experienced at any BJJ school (and I’ve now had the opportunity to visit quite a few). Whether you’re looking for a long term adventure into a lifetime of Jiu Jitsu or just want to ‘get in shape’ with something more interesting than the drudgery of ‘going to the gym’ three days a week, I can’t recommend Michael’s school enough. Leave Comment
Chance Ward Chance Ward 4. Submitted by John Ouzts for Chance Ward  – Tuesday March 20, 2018 5:20 PM I�ve been training with Mr. Ward for three years now. In addition to being a skilled practitioner, he�s also an instructor with ethics, integrity, passion, and foremost, teaching skill. I feel as if I�ve �leveled up� after every session. I always leave with some insight I had not previously considered and the well of knowledge never seems to run dry. If you�re interested in improving yourself as a beginner or an advanced student, you�re in excellent hands with Mr. Ward. The value is incredible! Highly recommended! Leave Comment
Mike Casey Mike Casey 5. Submitted by Al Montoya for Mike Casey  – Tuesday March 20, 2018 3:32 PM Mike Casey 2nd degree black belt under Relson Gracie. One of the nicest easy going professor I have ever trained with. He is dedicated to maintaining traditional Gracie Jiu-Jitsu but has an open mind to new concepts that will improve our over all game. Mike and his instructors are all very passionate about teaching and it shows.Im glad to be part of this school. Leave Comment
POST YOUR ARTICLE OR SEMINAR HERE. FREE. BY: BOBBY THOMPSON I’m going to be volunteering this space to anyone who wants to send in a BJJ related article. You can post your article here or advertise your seminar or school free of charge… click here to read the rest MY JIU-JITSU RANT. BY: BOBBY THOMPSON Here’s a lengthy rant I put together on my background with the art and sport of Gracie/Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. I’m not a writer and I never blog so it’s erratic and jumps around a quite a bit. Many of you have written me and I’ve made some friendships from having developed the site so I thought I would share a little about who I am, my history in the sport, some of my experiences (positive and negative) and my opinions about styles of teaching and things as trivial as terminology. Basically it’s a brain fart. Please let me know your thoughts. These are just my opinions and they are not wrong or right, just what I believe. We are all entitled to them… click here to read the rest
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