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Advanced Rubber Guard By Eddie Bravo is actually the 4th book by Eddie Bravo that I own. Many years ago I purchased his Jiu Jitsu Unleashed followed by his other books Mastering The Rubber Guard and Mastering the Twister. The latter 2 published by Victory Belt Publishing.

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I’m quite a big fan of Eddie Bravo but not for the reasons you might think. Eddie is someone who doesn’t conform, whilst he does have a traditional background he has gone out to try and create something totally new with his 10th Planet Jiu Jitsu systems and I really respect that. However lets get to the review.

Advanced Rubber Guard By Eddie Bravo

I purchased the book via Amazon for £25 and it was a bit of a gamble. Although I have used the Rubber Guard before in training its not something I specialise in but I do happen to really like Eddies Half Guard and his butterfly guard so when I found out the book had those aspects covered I decided to have a rather expensive ‘punt’ and I don’t regret the decision.

The Size

As with all Victory Belt books this is a real beefy product. 362 pages with 2,000 step by step full colour and glossy photos you can see why it costs so much. But it is a product you will have on your shelf forever.

A quick look inside will reveal that this really is an advanced book. Not for beginners and it s a little overwhelming at first. However stick with it and all makes sense but I do think they could have made 4 smaller books out of this massive Rubber guard encyclopaedia.

The contents break down as follows:

Rubber Guard the Main Path

Rubber Guard: Entering the Rubber Guard Dead Zones

Trouble Shooting the Rubber Guard

The Butterfly Guard

The Quarter Guard

Lockdown Half

X Clinch

Prison guard

Spider Web

Escapes

Each section is actually very detailed and each photo has a alternative angle with text, not just a few words but actually very descriptive narratives to explain just what’s going on. The only complaint I have is that this actually cuts down on photo size, so the images are smaller than in his previous books. It doesn’t cause major issues but its obviously a compromise they made.

Maps/Flow Charts

One of the nice touches are section maps that lay down the options you have from each position, I’ve not seen that before and really liked it. Its like looking at the system from above. Now also I will say that Eddie goes to great lengths to explain micro technique details. An example of this can be seen on page 89 with the Omopalata. There is actually 3 photos just explaining the grip he uses. Superb stuff

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Innovations

Eddie has numerous innovations of his system on display here and the Prison Guard is one such example which he states is great for those with less flexibility.

I could go on and on with this review but ultimately I feel that this is a great book however it is an Advanced guide, often mind boggling in its sheer size. Its a quality text with loads of writing and loads of photos and I feel at its price you have a bargain.

So I recommend this book if you are a fan of grappling, into BJJ or No Gi grappling. I also think its great for those training in MMA as well. Yes its expensive but you will have this book for life. Its not something you can read at one sitting, you will have to pick certain sections and add things to your game and try them out at training. The good thing is that this book is so detailed that when you hit a problem in training you will likely have an answer within the pages.

I give the book 5 starts out of 5! Its a quality text with great photos and it will last you forever. It is an advanced look at Eddies System and if you to his methods Id suggest are new Id suggest you look at his other titles first.

Eddie Bravos Advanced Rubber Guard is very impressive. You will learn a lot and considering the price of the book when compared with its content it is still fantastic value.

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Shinya Aoki Born ( 1983-05-09) May 9, 1983 (age 35), Other names Tōbikan Jūdan (The Grand Master of Flying Submissions), The Baka Survivor Nationality Height 5 ft 11 in (180 cm) Weight 154 lb (70 kg; 11 st 0 lb) Division Reach 72 in (183 cm) Fighting out of Team RJJ Team Roken / Nippon Top Team Trainer Rank A-Class Black belt in Black belt in Years active 2003– present record Total 50 Wins 41 By knockout 2 By submission 27 By decision 12 Losses 8 By knockout 6 By decision 2 No contests 1 Other information University from. Last updated on: May 22, 2010 Shinya Aoki ( 青木 真也, Aoki Shin'ya, born May 9, 1983) is a Japanese and currently competing in 's and 's Lightweight division. A professional competitor since 2003, he is noted for being the, former WAMMA Lightweight Champion and former. Aoki is an A-class and BJJ, both under his long-term mentor, as well as a black belt.

As of 2008, Aoki, along with champion, and champion have founded the 'Nippon Top Team' as a group of elite Japanese grapplers competing in MMA. As well as his MMA credentials, Aoki has garnered several submission grappling accolades including two All Japan Jiu-Jitsu Championships, a Japan Open Jiu-Jitsu Championship, a Budo Open Championship, and an Japan Championship. Contents. Mixed martial arts career Training in since chilhood, Aoki became a successful judoka and competed in national and international championships. However, interested in modalities like which were away from him due to the Kodokan competition rules, he moved to other combat sports, until landing in. Aoki initially joined the judo-based RJJ gym before moving to Team Roken along with his longtime friend, though he later moved to, where he trained under former kosen representative. He earned both his A-class 's rank (better known in the West as ) as well as his under Nakai, and became one of the team's main teachers.

DEEP and Shooto Aoki has his MMA debut for in November 2003, winning a one night tournament by fast armbar submissions. He later would show further unorthodox grappling skills against veteran and, who he defeated by breaking his arm with a standing. He also would face legendary in a event, losing a decision which was seen as controversial. Aoki went to compete in both companies until 2007, also defeating to win the. PRIDE Fighting Championships In August 2006, Aoki made his debut at, submitting American fighter in under two minutes with a. Following that win, Aoki was booked to face rising star at the following Bushido card,.

However, prior to the fight Melendez received an elbow injury (a burst ) in training and was forced to pull out of the fight. Aoki's opponent was changed to. Aoki submitted French in just under four minutes with a triangle choke. Afterwards, Melendez was shown in the crowd with a sling, and announced he would like to face Aoki at on New Year's Eve. For unknown reasons, the proposed fight with Melendez did not take place.

Instead, Aoki faced highly ranked fighter. Aoki submitted Hansen with a —this was the second successful in MMA competition (the first by Ryusuke Uemura). After his win over Hansen, Aoki was set to rematch Kikuchi in Shooto, with Aoki's Shooto Welterweight title (previously won from Kikuchi) on the line. Aoki successfully defended his title against Kikuchi, winning via split decision.

Following his victory, Aoki announced that he was to be the Shooto representative in the forthcoming Pride Lightweight Grand Prix tournament. Aoki's next fight was at, where he faced little known Dutch fighter. At the event Aoki submitted Lo-A-Njoe in the first round with an. Following the fight, Aoki once again confirmed his participation in the Lightweight Grand Prix. With the purchase of Pride by the majority owners of LLC, the Pride Lightweight Grand Prix was cancelled. On November 21, 2007, Aoki's participation on the New Year's Eve MMA card was announced. Originally, his opponent was to be two-time Middleweight Grand Prix champion.

Rumors that Cavalcante was injured surfaced only two weeks before the bout, though Cavalcante denied them before eventually admitting the injury and withdrawing from the fight. Aoki defeated Korean Olympic Judo silver medalist, Cavalcante's replacement, via unanimous decision in what was 's mixed martial arts debut. Aoki had promised to use a never before seen submission in the match but was unable to finish the debut fighter.

Fighting and Entertainment Group After the purchase of Pride by Zuffa LLC, most Japanese fighters signed to newly created mixed martial arts promotions, with Aoki signing to. Here Aoki finally faced Cavalcante on March 15, 2008 at the opening round of the Dream Lightweight Grand Prix tournament. Early in the first round, the referee stopped the action when Cavalcante apparently landed illegal elbow strikes to the back of Aoki's neck. The ringside doctor announced that Aoki was unable to continue due to the injury and Cavalcante apologized for the incident. The fight resulted in a no contest.

Elbow strikes to the neck and spine area are illegal under Dream rules. Aoki was later found to have sustained concussion of the cervical vertebra. They had their rematch at on April 29, 2008. In that match, Aoki defeated Cavalcante via unanimous decision. He sustained a severely bruised rib and tore cartilage in his area during the match. At, Aoki defeated Katsuhiko Nagata via a mounted gogoplata (possibly the first ever in professional competition, later to be dubbed 'the Aoki-plata') submission to advance to the semi-finals of the Dream Lightweight Grand Prix.

At Dream 5, Aoki defeated Caol Uno by unanimous decision. Later that night, Eddie Alvarez was set to fight Aoki, but had to bow out due to injury from his previous match that evening. Joachim Hansen took his place and defeated Aoki by TKO (punches) at 4:19 round 1 to become the first Dream Lightweight Champion. At on New Year's Eve, Aoki finally squared off against American for the WAMMA Lightweight Championship.

Aoki started quickly, securing Alvarez's back after catching a kick, before being thrown to the canvas by the stronger American. In a scramble, Aoki latched onto the foot of Alvarez and applied a. Alvarez fought the hold, but tapped out shortly after Aoki adjusted his grip.

Alvarez also suffered ligament damage in his knee. Aoki defeated David Gardner at the March 8, 2009 Featherweight Grand Prix card at at the in, Japan (this fight is remembered for Gardner waving to the crowd as Aoki was controlling his back and saying 'Hello, Japan!' , thus allowing Aoki to secure a rear-naked choke from that position). Aoki, who is still recognized by as its Welterweight (168 pounds (76 kg)) Champion, also moved back to that weight to fight in Dream's Welterweight Grand Prix at in 2009.

His first match in the tournament was a rematch with. Aoki lost the fight in twenty-seven seconds via TKO due to punches and knees following a Sakurai reversal from a takedown by Aoki. As a result of the match, Aoki did not advance in the DREAM 2009 Welterweight Grand Prix.

Aoki met during a five-minute 'special exhibition' at an April 29 M-1 Challenge (presented by Affliction) event in Tokyo. Emelianenko made Aoki tap out from an Achilles lock. Aoki defeated at on July 20, 2009, which earned him a title fight against Joachim Hansen. Aoki faced in a rematch for the at on October 6, 2009. Last time they met, Aoki previously fought a tough match against on the same night which went on for both two rounds (15 minutes) when Hansen only fought for 2 minutes 35 seconds previously.

Aoki ended up defeating Hansen in the second round for the title shot via submission (armbar) to become the new DREAM Lightweight Champion. On December 22, 2009, it was announced that Aoki would not be taking on fellow DREAM fighter, but would be fighting Sengoku Lightweight Champion,. In his pre-fight interview Aoki stated that he felt insulted with the short notice changes as he was looking forward to battling it out with one of the world's other top lightweight competitors in Kawajiri. Aoki's opponent Hirota just came off a spectacular win over longtime friend of Aoki's, to become the new Lightweight champion. The fight between Aoki and Hirota was considered to be one of the main events of the night along with vs.

And the K-1 bout vs. Aoki defeated Hirota with a brutal submission (hammerlock) that broke Hirota's arm in the first round at 1:17.

He then proceeded to get in the face of his downed opponent and give him then, get up and run around the ring doing the same to the crowd before leaving the ring. DREAM and Strikeforce Aoki lost his US debut against then on April 17, 2010. The fight was broadcast live to a North American audience on. After Aoki's defeat to in he has expressed interest to train at Cesar Gracie's camp in northern California.

Aoki successfully defended his Lightweight title against top contender in just under two minutes of the first round via an Achilles lock submission, at on July 10, 2010. Aoki defeated by unanimous decision in a non-title bout on September 25, 2010. He then competed again at Deep: 50th Impact on October 24 against former and boxing champion Yokthai Sithoar. Aoki won by submission (americana) 1:00 into the first round against Sithoar. After the proposed rematch with Melendez fell through due to contract issues on Melendez's part, Aoki faced K-1 kickboxer in a special rules exhibition bout at Dynamite!! In the first 3-minute kickboxing round, Aoki evaded Nagashima's offense by breaking the rules via excessive clinching, falling to the ground, and going for takedowns in order to run out the clock and move onto the 5-minute mixed martial arts round.

Aoki was warned repeatedly by the referee, however no points were deducted as there could not be a decision winner. The commentary team of Michael Schiavello and Frank Trigg were openly criticising Aoki for his rule breaking during the first round, while the Japanese crowd uncharacteristically booed him. At 0:04 of the second MMA rules round, Aoki was knocked out immediately as he went for a double leg takedown via flying knee and subsequent grounded strikes. Since the bout was contested as an exhibition, the loss is not reflected on Aoki's professional mixed martial arts record. Aoki then defeated on April 9, 2011 at via neck crank in the first round. Aoki was expected to face on May 29, 2011 at Dream: Fight for Japan! Freire reportedly had trouble getting a visa, and it then appeared that he would be facing instead, but then McKee chose to pull out of the card.

It was then announced that would fight Aoki, but he was quickly replaced with. Aoki defeated Clementi by way of Neck Crank/Rear Naked Choke at the 2:32 minutes mark of the second round.

Aoki defeated by neck crank at 4:57 of Round 1. Aoki fought for the DREAM lightweight title. He won the fight via unanimous decision.

Aoki Took on former Lightwight Champion, at on December 31, 2012. He won via 2nd round tko. Bellator Aoki faced in a rematch. He lost the fight via TKO in the first round. ONE Championship On June 27 it was revealed that Aoki had signed an exclusive contract with and would be making his debut at in Manila on August 31.

On August 16 it was revealed that Aoki would be fighting Arnaud Lepont in a lightweight super fight in the main event at He won the fight via triangle choke at 1:25 of round 1. Aoki faced at ONE Fighting Championship: Kings and Champions on April 5, 2013 for the Lightweight Championship. He stated that win or lose, he will be dropping to the Featherweight division after the fight. Aoki defeated his opponent at 2:01 of round 2 via rear-naked choke, successfully avenging his teammate Zorobabel Moreira. Aoki made his featherweight debut on October 18, 2013 at when he took on Cody Stevens. He won the fight via unanimous decision.

Aoki later returned to lightweight and picked up a victory in the Inoki Bom-Ba-Ye promotion before successfully defending his against by submission in the first round at on August 29, 2014. Shinya Aoki bowing to the crowd at ONE Championship: Defending Honor, 11 November 2016 Aoki defended his title against Koji Ando at on May 22, 2015. In the third defense of his title, Aoki faced at on November 11, 2016 in Singapore. He lost the bout and title via TKO in the third round. Aoki faced on November 24, 2017. He lost the fight via TKO in the fight's opening minute.

RIZIN Fighting Federation announced Aoki would compete on December 29, 2015 against in the main event of their inaugural event. He won the fight via TKO at 5:56 in the first round after Sakuraba's corner threw in the towel.

Poor sportsmanship accusations Aoki has received criticisms by the mixed martial arts community for his disrespectful victory celebrations and perceived lack of care for his opponents, often causing injuries which are seen as needless. He firstly became known for breaking 's arm, then doing the same with via flying armbar in a Brazilian jiu-jitsu bout, sidelining him for a year. In 2009, controversy would come when he faced in a super bout. After Aoki won by breaking Hirota's arm in a brutal fashion, he gave the to the downed fighter and the crowd while running excitedly.

'When I had his arm behind his back, I could feel it popping, I thought, 'Well, this guy's pride just won't let him tap, will it?' So without hesitation, I broke it. I heard it break, and I thought, 'Ah, there, I just broke it.' I was stopped afterward, but even if I hadn't been, continuing to break it more would have been fine by me.' Despite the crowd actually cheering him back, pundits found the act as extremely offensive and unsportsmanlike, among them Dream executive Keiichi Sasahara and Aoki's trainer. Aoki would later apologize for his behavior in his post fight interview: 'After my fight, I was excited, and so I did something rude that I should apologize for. But that showed just how excited I was over that fight.'

As a result of his actions following his win, Aoki was dismissed as an instructor at the Paraestra Kasai gym, though he was still training under Nakai and representing. In 2014, after submitting Yuki Yamamoto, Aoki again taunted his opponent and the crowd with a middle finger, while Yamamoto had to be restrained by his cornermen.

Shinya left the arena without putting down the taunt. Fighting style Nicknamed 'Tobikan Judan' ('The Grand Master of Flying Submissions') due to his spectacular submissions, Aoki is considered an unusual fighter for his heavy specialization in grappling at the expense of other areas of the MMA game. Therefore, virtually all of his stand-up game is focused on taking his opponent to the ground, utilizing chain combinations of wrestling and judo techniques from the to secure his goal, as well as the more dramatic. Once on the mat, Aoki is an eclectic grappler, drawing strength from his expertise in many different disciplines like 's style of, and 's system. He is an active guard player, favouring specially the thanks to his flexibility, and is famous for his creative approach to submissions, excelling not only in and, but also in and more exotic joint locks.

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