The most impactful Jiu-Jitsu and MMA statements of the week

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Kron Gracie durante o Mundial de Jiu Jitsu de 2010

Kron Gracie at 2010 Jiu-Jitsu World Championship / Photo by John Lamonica/GRACIEMAG

“My biggest dream is to lead a good and healthy life, and to again bring joy to my family. They suffered so much from my problems”

Fernando Tererê


“Those who want too much attain nothing. We’d rather take it one step at a time, but each step taken with the utmost precision”

Mendes brothers


“I see the fight lasting two rounds at the longest. I want to believe that Vitor will surprise him with a straight-hook high-speed combination once he’s found his range. If the fight draws out, I think Jon Jones will take it to the ground and that will be the beginning of the end”

Zé Mario Sperry, Blackzilians coach, on main event at UFC 152


“Belfort should model himself on the original Rocky, the underestimated underdog who at the end of the final film teaches his son, ’Nobody is gonna hit as hard as life. But it ain’t about how hard you hit. It’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward; how much you can take and keep moving forward. That’s how winning is done!’“

Mauro Ellovitch, in article


“I’m going to ditch the motorcycle. The ghost rider has retired“

José Aldo, on accident that kept him out of UFC Rio


“Minotauro’s a legend. He’s fought everyone since the beginning, but I’m going to repeat what I’ve already said: Jiu-Jitsu doesn’t work. And after this fight, everyone’s going to realize that“

Dave Herman, Nogueira’s opponent at UFC Rio


“I always try taking my mind to the limit, when training for a competition. I think that’s what sets everyday training apart from training for a championship“

Kron Gracie

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