PGF Season 4: Are You Ready for Some Fantasy Jiu Jitsu?

Bragging rights. They’re not only for the competitors and coaches, but also for the most skilled PGF fantasy jiu jitsu managers. Fans can pick their rosters and compete against friends, the field, and even commentators and competitors to see who is the best prognosticator in the PGF Fanstasy Jiu Jitsu league. As part of theContinue reading “PGF Season 4: Are You Ready for Some Fantasy Jiu Jitsu?”

PGF Season 4: Your Teams

The Professional Grappling Federation (PGF) draft is over and we now know the team lineups. For those of you who might have missed it, you can watch the PGF Draft on Brandon Mccaghren’s YouTube channel. Honestly, the draft was a blast. Watching it is worth the time to listen to the coaches’ reasons for pickingContinue reading “PGF Season 4: Your Teams”

PGF Season 4: The Roster

It’s all over Instagram, PGF Season 4 is just around the corner!!! Yes, the only jiu jitsu league out there is starting 26 October. The regular season will be live and free on Brandon Mccaghren’s YouTube channel. The regular season will run from 26-28 October with the broadcast going live each day at noon, CentralContinue reading “PGF Season 4: The Roster”

PGF Season 2 Week 8 (Regular Season Finale) Fantasy Recap

Another outstanding regular season of the PGF has concluded! I’ll admit I wasn’t going to do a fantasy recap until Walo asked if I was going to do one. I’ve had some stuff at work, etc. that’s been kicking my butt so I was enjoying a break from the blog. But, we have some unfinishedContinue reading “PGF Season 2 Week 8 (Regular Season Finale) Fantasy Recap”

PGF: A Model for Bringing the Sport of Jiu Jitsu to the Masses

With the second season of the Professional Grappling Federation debuting March 5 on YouTube, 10th Planet Black Belt Brandon Mccaghren finds himself on the precipice of changing the sport of jiu jitsu.  We all know how Royce Gracie‚Äôs domination at UFC 1 opened the eyes of martial artists and fight fans to the power ofContinue reading “PGF: A Model for Bringing the Sport of Jiu Jitsu to the Masses”