I will post a better update when I have worked out all that went on however just to say.
What a good day it was, well organised, some great fights and loads of the top fighters wandering around more than happy to pose for pictures or just chat.
One odd thing was watching fighters who when you train with them seem almost invincible getting beaten, it almost seems impossible but it happens.
As expected the superfight was cagey but with so much to win and lose it was not a shock.
Roll on day 2.
Well I have said it before but I am finally back in the game and back online.
I have been concentrating on getting my new job settled and making sure I make the right impact and that is now all going great and am enjoying myself even though it is a fair bit of travel. I also managed to squeeze a wee break in to the south of France and all that along with settling a few other things has taken me away from the game I love and from this site.
So I thought that the opening of the new Forge and the Mendes Brothers Seminar would be a good time to kick start my ass into gear again. Thus as of 23rd September 2011 I am have until December 30th 2011 to get from 23st 5lbs to a maximum of 21St and to prgress my BJJ in general.
I will also be tweeting from the ADCC weekend and writing an update when I get back so you can follow me @stewnorriss Here
Now to the main point of this article, I ran an interview some time ago with the legendary Draculino none of which would have been possible without both Justin and the Colby and I wanted to learn some more about Colby the man himself and also about his training. In typically cool style he produced a video interview for me in two parts and here they are. A genuinely interesting and certainly very good guy…
Interview Part 1
Interview Part 2