Monday, October 29, 2007


Kid Peligro Jiu-Jitsu News . . . Super Challenge starts to take shape - Felipe Costa in Africa - Vermont Open Championships and more
Submitted by:Kid Peligro

Super Challenge Grappling
Scheduled for December 8th, the Super Challenge of Grappling promises to be a great event. Organizer Paulo Vasconcellos secured the Athletico Paulistano location, a luxurious arean in Sao Paulo , Brazil to host his event. The event has already confirmed Jeff Monson, Demain Maia, Robert Drysdale, Ronaldo "Jacare" and Fabricio Werdum and is currently in negotiation with many top US and foreing fighters to complete the 16 fighter roster (8 Brazilian & 8 foreign).

The professional event will pay: 1st- USD 15.000,00 2nd - USD 8.000,00 e 3rd - 4.000,00 , plus USD 1.000,00 for the quickest submission.

Stay tuned for more announcements on this great event.

Felipe Costa in South Africa

Less than 2 weeks left before the International BJJ seminar with Blackbelt world champion, Felipe Costa from Brazil .
Morné Swanepoel will be hosting 2x Brazilian JiuJitsu (BJJ) World Champion, Felipe Costa in South Africa on the 3/4 th November. To book your place you can do so online by visiting and following the `latest news' links or contact our headquarters and speak to Aileen at: Cell +2783 226 1576 Tel +2731 903 7616

After South Africa Felipe will go to Europe

For more info on Felipe check out: or call 55(21) 9404-4567

Vermont Open Grappling Championships

The Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu United States Association, the Martial Way Self Defense Center, the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Revolution Team and the Vermont Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Self Defense Academy, would like to cordially invite you and your team to the biggest grappling event in Vermont’s history.
Vermont Open Grappling Championship ,Fall 2007 to be held Saturday, November 3rd 2007 at the prestigious Winooski Education Center Arena, in Winooski, Vermont will feature some of the top competitors in the East Coast and Canada . This exciting event will have over 70 divisions including children’s and teen’s gi, women’s gi and no-gi, men’s gi and men’s no-gi.

The tournament is open to all Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu academies, to all martial arts and martial artists and styles (judo, wrestling, submission grappling, aikido, sambo, etc.), athletes, spectators, family, etc. The tournament will have children, juniors, adult, senior, male and female, divisions from Novice, Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced experience levels

We strive to make this tournament one of the best in the country; known for the many weight and skill levels, efficient organization, short waiting times for competitors, consistently fair and knowledgable officiating, and top-quality competiton in all divisions.

Thank you all in advance for your cooperation and support. We cannot do this without all of you, and thank you for your continued practice and support of the Grappling Arts.

Let’s play fair, safe and good luck to all of you. This has been a great tournament in the past and promises to get better every year. Get ready and we’ll see you in Vermont !

Warm Regards,

Julio Fernandez and David Quinlan

For more information please visit our websites: and

NC State BJJ/Submission Championships
Is shaping up to be another Hot one!!! The NC State BJJ/Submission Championships will be held on November 11th at the Sun Valley High School Monroe, N.C.

There will be GI & No Gi divisions.

Pro- division for a $$ Pot.

($ 100 entry fee -Winner takes The POT !!!)

Weighins will start Nov 11th at 9:30am / event to start at 11:30am

Fee: $ 50 pre reg. - $60 at the door --- one division
Kids: $35 pre reg. - $45 at the door

This years championship is a RANKED event!!
Any questions or suggestion please email or check out

Now go train Jiu-Jitsu,
Kid Peligro