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Bodog Girls: How to do a rear half naked choke

Our Bodog Girls demonstrate how to effectively apply a rear (half) naked choke. Pay close attention. We dare you to focus on the instructions and not the girls in bikinis.

Escape full mount

Bodog Girls: Escape full mount position

Before we teach you how to control a full mount, remember this – never ever let your opponent lock a full mount on you. Never. This is the cardinal rule of grappling.

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Bodog Girls: How to do an arm bar

Don’t you hate sweaty men giving you instructions on how to perform MMA submission moves? Look no further because our Bodog Girls demonstrate how to effectively apply an arm bar. They’ll guide you every step of the way.


Bodog Girls: How to perform a double leg takedown

The key to a successful takedown isn’t the takedown itself; it’s the set-up. It all starts with anticipation. Invite your opponent to throw a jab.

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Bodog Girls: Closed Guard in bottom position

Closed guard is the most basic grappling move in mixed martial arts. Once a fight hits the ground, the closed guard is the first position fighters get into. Even with UFC welterweight Jon Fitch’s statement that the “closed guard is dead”, it’s a fighter’s go-to move.

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Knockouts: Retired NFL pro learns the hard way

Morton fought one MMA fight and it was a dose of cold reality. Just because you’re a proven athlete doesn’t mean you’re also a natural-born fighter. The former 21st draft pick learned this the hard way.


Martinez practically begging Floyd for fight

Middleweight champ Sergio Martinez is willing to do what Manny Pacquiao doesn’t want to — offer a larger share of the fight purse to Floyd Mayweather, Jr. He believes he’s ready for a big money bout.


Throwback Thursdays: Penn vs. Machida

Seven years ago, B.J. Penn fought Lyoto Machida in K-1′s open weight tournament. Penn jumped an incredible two weight classes and was outweighed by Machida by 34 pounds.


BodogFight Featured Fighter: Tie Quan Zhang

Tie Quan Zhang is already a legend in his home country. As the first-ever Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu brown belt from China, Zhang’s MMA success bodes well for the sport in the Middle Kingdom.


Steward offers advice for Cotto; not gonna help

Steward’s opinion and advice is certainly welcome given his proven track record and expertise. Oscar De La Hoya showed how effective a stiff jab is against Mayweather in their fight five years ago. But having a ready-made game plan for Mayweather isn’t the way to go.