Watch how DJ Jackson took down Gregor Gracie

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DJ Jackson defeated Gregor Gracie in Boston

DJ Jackson defeated Gregor Gracie in Boston

The Boston Open Jiu-Jitsu Tournament warmed the cold city in Massachusetts.

There, the great name of the IBJJF  tournament was DJ Jackson, who won the light heavyweight and absolute.

In the final macth of the weight division, the the Lloyd Irvin Team fighter faced black belt Gregor Gracie.

In the end, DJ won 2-0, thanks to a takedown. See how he did.

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  1. Sijara Sarj Eubanks at 4:58 am

    You guys take down Gregor Gracie then, I'd love to see how exciting you can make it. This same tournament he tapped Abmar Barbosa and Formiga in very exciting challenging matches in the Open, and he's boring?

  2. Foreman James at 5:10 am

    Actually by calling him a tank. you are paying him a compliment. Don't know if you have ever sat in a tank. But its a sophisticated piece of technology that took years to develop and is multifaceted. You can take out Buildings, Provide security and over watch, Evacuate wounded etc. On a battle field Tanks are a key piece to the puzzle. So if you are calling DJ a tank then that is mighty kind of you.

    • Pono DelaCerna at 5:31 am

      It is always easy to play the race card when envy is a foot Mr. Snider. Especially when that man or woman is of color. But instead of taking the educated less traveled route you choose to be as cattle and follow the masses on the low road. You must have lost to DJ on the mat. As to you Mr. Jackson(father and son)…BIG UPS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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