Date: Sunday, April 29,2007Time: 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm(Children)6 pm – 9 pm (Adults) 2 hours Gi 1 hour No-Gi Price: $35 (Children)$100(Adults)Non Association Members will get the same price.Normally $130.00Location: Guerrero BJJ/MMA Academy 201 BloomField Ave, Verona, NJ 07044973 239 3866 Call Rigo or Keith to reserve your spot and for any questions Rigan Machado is a seventh degree black belt, considered a near legend for his Jiu-Jitsu and all around Grappling expertise, and is one of the top Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Instructors in the world. Many experts in the field of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu high regard him as one of the most talented technicians and teachers who ever came from the Gracie Family. A direct student of his uncle, the art’s founder Carlos Gracie, Rigan is also one of the systems best instructors. Being one of grappling’s most storied figures and a champion, Rigan was one the first black belts to come to the United States.His Accomplishments Include:8 time Rio De Janeiro State Heavyweight Open Class Rio De Janeiro State Jiu-Jitsu Champion8 time Brazilian National Heavyweight ChampionOpen Class Brazilian National Heavyweight JiuJitsu ChampionPan American Champion3x U.S. National Champion Placed second in the 1994 Sambo World Championships without ever actually practicing the art of SamboUndefeated in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in more than 15 years of competition’Training with Rigan Machado was definitely an experience that changed my life. At one time, I definitely think he was the greatest grappler that walked the earth.’…’The Prodigy’ BJ Penn, Nova Uniao Black Belt, Mundial Champion, UFC Champion We are truely blessed to have a teacher of Rigan Machado’s calibur coming to our school to teach a seminar. This seminar is for everybody who wants to learn Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu from the source and one of the founding members of Machado Jiu-Jitsu. You will not be dissappointed and this is something that you don’t want to miss out on. In addition we will also be having 2 additional black belts teaching at the seminar, Sensei Johnny Guerrero and Professor Marcos Santos From Blitz Center New York.