Best BJJ Blog of 2008:


The results are in! 182 voters from across the globe have voiced their opinions, and declared Denmark’s the Best BJJ Blog of 2008!

In last year’s piece on the Best BJJ Blog of 2007, I mentioned how important I think it is that the Brazilian jiu-jitsu community take advantage of blogging as a means of fostering an online community that mirrors the great camaraderie that we feel when we are out there on the mats training jiu-jitsu. I think the fact that there were around thirty nominations for the 2008 award is evidence that the community of BJJ bloggers online is growing, which is awesome.

Congratulations to’s Christian Graugart and to our second place winner, Luke Chaya of


First Place:

  • A highly sought-after Brazilian jiu-jitsu gi from Padilla & Sons, to be shipped when they receive their new inventory in January
  • An autographed copy of The Gracie Way from Kid Peligro
  • A one year subscription to Gracie Magazine
  • Any photo you want of the amazing BJJ and Grappling photos at printed at 8 inches by 10 inches
  • A copy of the newly released DVD, Renzo Gracie Legacy

Second Place:

I want to thank our judges for narrowing the list down that you all nominated to give us the finalists above. They are:

  • BJJ purple belt & Southern California’s busiest Brazilian jiu-jitsu, submission grappling and MMA photographer,‘s Alicia Anthony!
  • BJJ black belt & Editor in Chief of Gracie Mag Luca Atalla!
  • BJJ black belt & Senior Editor of and author of over one dozen books on Brazilian jiu-jitsu, Kid Peligro!

11 Replies to “Best BJJ Blog of 2008:”

  1. It is nice to know about the awards in different field in BJJ. It is really inspiring for the BJJ practitioner,blogger as well as new beis. I congratulate them for their sucess and you also for your kind effort to uphold this news through your blog. It proves how much famous is BJJ through out the world.

  2. Great Blog. I wonder if they are going to have another best BJJ ZBlog contest this year. I have created a Blog from a doctor’s point of view. I have posted some injuries and training ideas for the BJJ practitioner.

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