How to get DQ’d in BJJ – Fighting, Slams, Donkey Guard, Heel Hooks & Electric Chairs [HELLO JAPAN]

Last updated on 04.05.2020 by
In all games and sports, there are cheaters. Moreover, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is not an exception to this rule. In fact, there are many common ways of cheating that can be found in BJJ competition. Not following the rules which are set, may lead to disqualification and license suspension depending on the federation.

The main guideline every Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu artist must follow is the fair-play. The fair-play is determined by the rules and regulations which are designed to be equally fair for all players regardless of style. We all know how physically and mentally demanding are the tournaments. Hence, knowing the rules and regulations can save you from disqualification.

The YouTube channel Hello Japan shares a brand new compilation of Disqualification’s and bad sportsmanship in BJJ and Grappling tournaments. You will get the chance of seeing some common mistakes and outbursts, such as fighting, slams, donkey guard, heel hooks, and electric chairs which you should not make and perform at any cost.