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Royler Gracie on Eddie Bravo Rematch: “Some People Like to Talk, Some People Like to Fight” [VIDEO]

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At the age of 47, BJJ legend (and retired MMA fighter) Royler Gracie is preparing to return to competition later this year at Metamoris 3 (date/venue TBA), in a grappling rematch with Eddie Bravo. In this interview following the match announcement at Metamoris 2 earlier this month, CagePotato reporter Elias Cepeda recaps the first meeting between Royler and Eddie back in 2003 — which made Eddie Bravo’s name overnight and legitimized his forward-thinking approach to jiu-jitsu — and gets Royler’s take on their second meeting ten years later. As Royler puts it, “I’m not trying to make history, I’m already part of history.”

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yenkifit01- June 19, 2013 at 3:43 am
My roomate's mother earned $19329 last week. she is making an income on the computer and moved in a $321200 home
crappiefloper- June 17, 2013 at 9:43 pm
Royler will submit bravo.
cman- June 17, 2013 at 8:49 pm
Thank you thumb. Been saying if for a damn decade.
Thumblaster- June 17, 2013 at 6:40 pm
It always seemed like the gracies only trained with other gracies and they all told eachother how awsome they were,and they never adapted or improved their style, their arrogance led to a stagnant technique that just got passed by.
cman- June 17, 2013 at 1:55 pm
He's never lived down that loss, and ducked the rematch how many times now? Or squashed it after it was a done deal? I think the Gracie's should keep getting Rich off the legend of Royce, and stay in BJJ circles. Bravo beats him again its gonna crush the clan as bad as them still trying to fight mms as 1 dimensional fighters.