Africa Top Team supports all forms of combat sports in the motherland. Boxing, kickboxing, Muay Thai, MMA, Kumite and Grappling. All are welcome. Africa is the birth place of all martial arts. Along with our parent company, LSE, we also wish to promote the indigenous martial arts of Africa and create sustainable platforms for martial arts exchanges in Africa and across the entire African diaspora! With this we will restore the African warrior spirit and cement it’s place as the number# 1 destination for martial arts in the world!
Africa Top Team!https://www.facebook.com/groups/4872147156143956/?ref=share Ledge Sports and Entertainment, parent company of Africa Top Team is building the premier organization for combat sports in Africa. We are currently building infrastructure in Nigeria and have initiated teams in Zambia and Cameroon. We plan to expand to every country in Africa! So Boxers, Kickboxers, Grapplers and mma fighters, join our group to follow our progress. We want to get to know each and every one of you.
Fans were treated to some high level Brazilian jiu-jitsu in some of the matches in historic UFC 200. Buy PPV Daniel Cormier – LHW Champion and Olympic wrestler had a super fight against legend Anderson Silva. As many expected of an elite level wrestler, Cormier was able to take Silva to the mat and keep […]
Source: BJJEE | All Things Michael The eldest son of pop star Michael Jackson, Prince , 19, is a practitioner of Jiu Jtsu and trains at Gracie Academy Beverly Hills, Los Angeles in California. Prince is a student of Ryron and Rener Gracie. Back in 2013, he earned his blue belt in Jiu Jitsu. Rener […]
Popular Machado BJJ Black Belt Gives Respect To Taekwondo I thought this was pretty interesting. Jean Machado who runs TheMachLife YouTube channel that makes many comedy videos about BJJ, the martial arts, and other topics did one on Taekwondo. I thought it was going to be a video making fun of Taekwondo, but […]
Jon Jones took one look at the Ultimate Fighting Championship belt resting on his left shoulder. The scene was familiar, to a casual fan appearing almost as if nothing over the previous 16 months had happened. Yet Jones was the first to admit it just didn’t feel right. “I don’t think I want that belt. It’s not the […]
I’ve previously blogged about why people who do BJJ should train Judo on this site so regular readers will know that I love my Judo training and for me its just part of my grappling training. Following the Europeans I have taken some time out of competition mode to broaden my game as well as to […]