Conor McGregor: Jiu Jitsu is Designed to Kill You

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Conor McGregor is a BJJ Brown Belt. He was promoted To BJJ Brown Belt After Knock Out win Over Dustin Poirier by his Instructor John Kavanagh.

John Kavanagh is the first Irish Black Belt. He’s the owner of the Straight Blast Gym in Ireland. He was also a an MMA fighter  but, according to his words, he was fighting in MMA just to get the basic knowledge and experience in fighting before he moved into coaching people. He’s grappling instructor of many successful athlets like Gunnar Nelson, Paul Mcveigh and many others. That’s where McGregors grappling knowledge comes from and it’s solid.

Mcrgregor never showed so much BJJ in his fights because his stand up skills are fearsome but it doesn’t change the fact that he’s, actually, very good in BJJ.

Connor McGregor was also competing a lot in BJJ. You can check out His Video vs Kywan Gracie Behring Below:

Recently, Conor Mcgregor wrote a post on his Instagram profile expressing his view of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu:

“This moment was survived. The arm was kept locked out straight as pictured, allowing the absolute smallest pocket of air in as possible. The blood will still supply to the brain and you stay breathing. If i move to side control here, the force of the strangle shifts to either side of the neck blocking the carotid arteries and crushing the trachea , stopping the blood supply to the brain and you are then dead. Jiu Jitsu is not designed to hurt you. It is designed to kill you. It is a mad game. You pay me multiple millions of dollars for this.”

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