A look into Grandmaster Rickson Gracie's preparation to fight in Tokyo's Vale Tudo Japan 1995.
2. Jiu-Jitsu vs The World
This one is perfect for those contemplating starting grappling or starting early on. Adversely, it might be a bit much for a seasoned grappler as it's preaching to the choir, but if you're fresh to the mats or trying to convince someone to join you, start here
3. Kurt Osiander - My Goal is Not Just to Teach You JiuJitsu
An intersting look at the enigmatic and outspoken Ralph Gracie black belt, Kurt Osiander. If you're burnt out on the regular, definitely give this a try.
4. Judoka by Doug Rogers
Doug Rogers is a Judoka under the famed Masahiko Kimura, to which the submission gets it's name. The short documentary focuses on Doug's intense training in Japan and his famous mentality to training that earned him a heavyweight silver medal at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics.
5. ROLL: Jiujitsu in Socal
Labelled as a hot bed of BJJ development and growth, Socal is full of practitioners pushing the art ever forward.