One of the winners of the Natal tryouts for the 2013 Abu Dhabis, black belt Bruno Ramos wants to keep up the pace. To do so, he signed up for a local Fortaleza, Ceará event Copa Meiaguarda.
The curious part about him is that Bruno studies animal movements in defining his Jiu-Jitsu. “You can foresee your foe’s move, like we see happen on Animal Planet and other shows,” he says, half serious, half joking.
To prove he means what he says, Bruno broke down the cat movement he used in one of his recent matches. Take note: with the opponent in side-control, Ramos creeps out his hip and gets his legs on his opponent’s torso. The climb and feline attack happen in a question of seconds, as you can see: