BJPENN COM

MMA News

Sunday, 07/29/2012, 04:27 am

Video | Frankie Edgar 155 Reasons Episode Five | Wrestling vs. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, The Frankie Edgar Series | UFC News

Gaspari TV presents 155 Reasons, the Frankie Edgar series Episode V – Wrestling vs. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. In an exclusive interview with Mike Straka, Frankie discusses the difference between Wrestling and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Renzo Gracie NY instructor John Danaher, Toms River East High School Wrestling Coach Warren Reid, Coach Ricardo Almeida, Rutgers Wrestling Coach Scott Goodale and Grapplers Quest CEO Brian talk grappling strategy as Frankie prepares for his upcoming rematch against Ben Henderson on August 11th, 2012 at UFC 150 in Denver.

For all the latest MMA news and fight updates stay tuned to BJPENN.COM

comments

13 Comments to Video | Frankie Edgar 155 Reasons Episode Five | Wrestling vs. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, The Frankie Edgar Series | UFC News

  1. GET RID OF FITCH (forever) says:

    More to fighting than just running away most of the time. Frankie may only drop 10 lbs and walk around at 165 lbs but he uses that as crutch to get judges and fans to root for him and STEAL decsions even after he takes massive beatings. Edgar has taken more damage than any other fighter in a very short time. I predict Edgar’s career is cut short because of the at least dozen concussions he has received just in last 2 years. Maynard/EDgar 2 he was knocked down 5-6 times in one round which meant he received multiple concussions back to back to back. Ask any nuerosurgeon nothing is worse on brain than receiving brain damage liek that. In boxing that fight would have been stopped after the second knockdown and stopped again after Edgar turned his back and ran away.

    • Me says:

      Totally agree, He has received too many major blows to the brain and that could lead to serious brain damage’s, The quicker he moves down the better for his health in a long run

    • the Natural says:

      Ur an retarded dude there’s five videos saying how he walks around 156 maybe 157 def under 160 and ur first sentence is he may walk around 165 dude quit being a delusional hater and at least hate on real things dam people are retarted

      • the Natural says:

        Also maybe u shld look up what a concussion is because he has and never been unconscious in any of those fights let alone his whole life

        • Dhc says:

          A jarring of the brain that causes one to temporarily lose control of functioning is considered a concussion. FE has had several and it would be wise for him to drop to a lower class. As for the weight he walks around in, informed or not does it really matter? You my friend are the type to pick a fight just because of a look or a color.

    • Keep Fitch (Forever) says:

      This faggot get rid of fitch pulls shit out of his ass like none other. He thinks he knows fighters healths like he personally but he isnt. Je is just a waste of space piece of shit old man who is a hinderence to society. Everything he says has no meaning to it and he is irrelevant. He deserves a swift kick in the ass.

  2. Michael hamlin says:

    He sucks cause all he has I that stick and move running style that is fucking stupid I hope he gets his ass beat bad so we can stop seeing him fight for title!!

  3. Gefco says:

    That was a good series but bens a beast man good striking and cardio, bjj can’t see Frankie winning. Frankie needs to move down I hope he does nice guy but nice guys finish last

  4. Mick says:

    Frankie Edgars the man, toughest little bastard on the planet, heart of a lion whos been through VERY tough fights with the best lightweights around

  5. Yogurt slinger says:

    Great series. Mick well said. I don’t care if you don’t like the kid but you should respect him

  6. stephen riddle says:

    I respect his heart but damn why is a whole day on BJ PENN.COM dedicated to this dude,smh wtf?

  7. A.James says:

    Edgar is a beast. If he suffered concussions like you state in the middle of a fight it’s over. There’s no way he would’ve held on during his fights and rallied like he did. Not with a concussion.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>