The History of MMA

It's all in the family.


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It's all in the family (Back row: Rickson, Rolls, Carlos Sr., Helio, Robson?, Mauricio Motta Gomez (Roger's dad). Front row: Royler, Carlos Jr., Crolin, Rorion, Rolker & Royce ). Photo via The Onzuka Brothers' Gracie Family Pictorial.
For a fairly young sport, MMA certainly has an action-packed history. Documenting it all is Bloody Elbow's Kid Nate : The History of MMA (part II,III,IV,V,VI,VII,VIII,IX,X,XI,XII,XIII,XIV,XV). A great read.

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