I've been a fan of Fernando Terere since watching the early mundial tapes, back when they were on VHS. Thanks to the folks at BJJ Hacks, they've done a great job catching up with the former champion, having survived some dark years and now back to training/teaching/competing. Hope you guys enjoy this as much as I do. So much of what we appreciate today in modern jiu-jitsu has its origins in the group of fighters that started at Masters/Alliance which later evolved to TT, Brasa, Checkmat and Atos.
BJJ HEROES: FERNANDO TERERE