#93 Robson Moura Interview

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Robson Moura after winning the world championship this year.

How often do you get to hear the thoughts of a seven-time medalist in the Brazilian jiu-jitsu? Robson Moura, BJJ world champion as a super featherweight and Nova Uniao member, stops in to tell us about his career, which is far from over. Robson Moura began his BJJ training at ten years old, and was promoted to black belt at the young age of eighteen!

Robson Moura won his division in the BJJ Mundials from 1996 through 2000, and again in 2007. He took third place in 2001.

Don’t go anywhere after the interview, as FightWorks Podcast co-host Dan shares the details around Pedro Sauer‘s promotion this week to red and black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu!

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5 Replies to “#93 Robson Moura Interview”

  1. Yes, he is a very good jiu-jitsu athlete, but his character does not follow his jiu-jitsu skills. Bad character!

  2. I would like to say that I have had the opportunity to train with many great Jiu-Jitsu players, but never have I experienced Jiu-Jitsu like Master Robson Moura’s. Not only is he a great athlete but a very humble and down to earth person. Unlike some competitors that walk around like they are the survivors of a dying race, Robson is a very quiet and friendly person. One of the nicest Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu characters that I have ever met.

  3. It really takes a man of character to attack another man’s character via an anonymous comment on a podcast. Not.

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