The cold city of Boston, in Massachusetts, received another edition of the Boston Open and saw big Jiu-Jitsu names showing their techniques and warming the dojo of UMASS Athletics.
The star educated by Lloyd Irvin, DJ “Kimura Kid” Jackson, was the best black belt in the edition. DJ won the categories light heavyweight and open.
Besides the victories on the mats, DJ Jackson gave us two good lessons: distance and pressure. These two tools are essences in the game of Jiu-Jitsu.
In the video below, Kimura Kid teaches how to shorten the distance and put pressure to pass the guard in the combat against Abmar Barbosa.