Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
  • 1. What is Brazilian Jiu Jitsu?
A) Martial art focused on ground fighting and submissions
B) Traditional dance form from Brazil
C) Combat sport involving only striking techniques
D) Japanese form of wrestling
  • 2. Who is considered the founder of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu?
A) Carlos Gracie
B) Helio Gracie
C) Royce Gracie
D) Rickson Gracie
  • 3. What color belt is typically awarded to beginners in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu?
A) Brown
B) Black
C) White
D) Purple
  • 4. How are Brazilian Jiu Jitsu matches won?
A) By judges' scorecards
B) By referee decision
C) By knockout only
D) By submission, points, or advantage
  • 5. Which Gracie family member is known for his success in early MMA competitions?
A) Rorion Gracie
B) Royce Gracie
C) Cameron Gracie
D) Renzo Gracie
  • 6. Why is Brazilian Jiu Jitsu often referred to as 'the gentle art'?
A) As a form of meditation
B) Because it is practiced slowly and peacefully
C) Due to its emphasis on technique and leverage over brute strength
D) To contrast with its violent nature
  • 7. What is 'inverted guard' in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu?
A) A guard position where the practitioner is upside down with their legs controlling the opponent
B) A type of throw
C) An advanced submission hold
D) A strong striking stance
  • 8. What is a 'De la Riva guard' in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu?
A) A blocking technique
B) A defensive stance with both hands up
C) A guard position where the practitioner hooks one leg behind the opponent's leg
D) A type of punch
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