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    <h1 class="text-center" style="font-size:50px ">Rickson     Gracie</h1>
    <p class="text-center text-danger" style="font-size:30px"> A Modern Spiritual Warrior</p>
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      <p id="quote">Jujitsu puts you completely in the moment, where you must have a complete focus on finding a solution to the problem. This trains the mind to build that focus, to increase your awareness, your capacity to solve problems.</p>
      <p id="quote-name">~Rickson Gracie</p>
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      <p class="text-center" style="font-size:15px"> Rickson Gracie is widely considered the best Brazilian Jujitsu practitioner to come out of the martial arts world. Brazilian Jujitsu was a "small man's martial art", with techniques to survive a fight against a bigger man. It was created and evolved
        from Japanese Jujitsu by Rickson's father, <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H%C3%A9lio_Gracie" target="blank">Helio Gracie</a>. Rickson fought in several Vale Tudo(no holds barred) fights in Brazil and Japan in the 80s and 90s, proving the
        legitimacy of his martial art and cementing his legacy as one of the greatest fighter in the world. He takes pride in using only BJJ to win his fights, not learning other arts like boxing or judo like we see today in the UFC. Rickson also trains
        a kind of yoga, Ginastica Natural, to balance his mind and body. </p>
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      <h3 class="text-center text-primary" style="font-size:30px">Accomplishments</h3>
        <li> Unbeaten in MMA with a record of 11-0</li>
        <li> Unbeaten in BJJ competition</li>

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      <h3 class="text-center text-primary" style="font-size:30px">Timeline</h3>
        <li>1958 - On November 20,1958, Rickson Gracie is born. He spends most of his time on the mats with his 8 other siblings and father. Helio Gracie started training his children from when they were babies, letting the babies grip his finger and gently
          pulling away to train their grip.</li>
        <li>1962 - Rickson starts competing at age 4.</li>
        <li>1973 - Rickson starts teaching Jujitsu to the Brazilians who would come to their dojo to learn BJJ</li>
        <li>1976 - Rickson earns his black belt. He was 18 years old.</li>
          <p>1978 - <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valdemar_Santana" target="blank">Waldemar Santana</a>, the man who beat Rickson's father,Helio, in a historic no holds barred fight(NHB) reagined contact with him and asked if anyone in their class
            could challenge <a href="http://www.sherdog.com/fighter/Casemiro-Nascimento-Martins-1234" target="blank">Rei Zulu</a>(Santana's student). Zulu was a huge fighter with incredible athletic ability and was undefeated in his NHB record. No one
            else wanted to fight him in Brazil and Waldemar who was also Zulu’s promoter was finding it very hard to find matches for his fighter.</p>
          <p> Helio had his own son in mind for the contest. Rickson was 18 years old at the time and weighed around 20kg less then Zulu, but he accepted his dad’s decision. The fight was long and hard, but Rickson finished it with a Mata Leao (RNC).</p>
        <li>1984 - Rickson’s second fight was four years later and again against Rei Zulu (Zulu King), Rickson had no quarrel with “Zulu” but after some harsh words from the man of Brasilia the fight was agreed, this time at the Maracanãzinho, a venue that
          held up to 40,000 seats (which filled up completely for the fight). The battle was a tremendous war and again Rickson was victorious by choke.</li>
        <li>1994 - Rickson was invited to compete in Japan, seeing an excellent way to promote his family’s legacy outside Brazil and with a good cash prize in sight, he accepted. The 8 men tournament was named “Vale Tudo Japan 1994” and Rickson Gracie was
          a success, submitting all of his opponents in one night.</li>
        <li>1995 - Gracie was invited again to the next Vale Tudo Japan. At the first round he faced pro wrestler <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yoshihisa_Yamamoto_(wrestler)" target="blank">Yoshihisa Yamamoto</a> from Fighting Network Rings, who
          unlike Rickson's previous opponents managed to keep him away from the mat by using the ropes and even tried a guillotine choke. However, Gracie eventually took him down and choked him. He squared against another pro wrestler in the form of
            href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Koichiro_Kimura" target="blank">Koichiro Kimura</a>, swiftly defeating him, and then met shoot wrestler <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yuki_Nakai" target="blank">Yuki Nakai</a> at the finals. Nakai, who was almost blind from an earlier match against Gerard Gordeau,
            put a strong resistance against Rickson, but the Brazilian master managed to take his back and choke him for another tournament win.</li>
        <li>1997 - Rickson wins a fight against <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nobuhiko_Takada" target="blank">Nobuhiko Takada</a> in the event Pride 1 by armbar submission</li>
        <li>1998 - Rickson has rematch with Nobuhiko Takada and wins again via armbar in Pride 4 </li>
        <li>2000 - Rickson fights <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masakatsu_Funaki" target="blank">Masakatsu Funaki</a> and wins via Rear Naked Choke in the event Colosseum</li>
        <li>2001 - Rickson's son <a href="http://www.bjjheroes.com/bjj-fighters/rockson-gracie" target="blank">Rockson Gracie</a> was found dead in January 2001. Affected by the loss, Gracie contemplated retirement, and the event fell off after some negotiations</li>
        <li>2014 - Rickson showed up as the face of a new Jiu Jitsu organization, the Jiu Jitsu Global Federation , an organization set to restore Jiu Jitsu back to it’s fighting roots and away from the sport specific aspect it has taken in recent years.</li>
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  <p class="text-center" id="choke"> If you are interested in this living legend, take a break from learning and watch <a href="https://youtu.be/BjvzJO-6ESc" target="blank">this</a>.

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