STORE

Monday, April 23, 2012

DSTRYR/SG FEATURED CONTENT: TMO (TOO MUCH OSIANDER)? THERE'S NO SUCH THING.


And, just like that, we deliver dope and exclusive Jiu Jitsu stuff directly to your parents' basement (where you live).  We're not bragging or nothin'.  That's just how it is.  

Kurt Osiander is a cult hero in the world of BJJ and for the best reasons.  He was training BJJ with Ralph Gracie back when I was still working on my bo staff kata at TKFT (that's Torres Kenpo Karate Team in Pico Rivera, CA, to you, sir) in the early/mid 90's.  His knowledge is vast.  His lineage is strong.  He holds nothing back and has little concern for offending your polite sensibilities.  That's what we like about this dude.  He even gets free Shoyorolls, while I have to pay for mine like a regular jack-off.  And, yes, the man has the sweetest hair in Jiu Jitsu.

We've been lucky to feature a short (136 second) impromptu interview with Kurt not long ago (thanks to Middle Easy and Layzie the Savage).  This time, our very on sgCRSHR sat down with Kurt at his academy and talked to the man about his personal BJJ journey and style.  It's great.  Many thanks to Kurt for taking some time to talk to DSTRYR/SG and thanks to the D/SG crew, sgCRSHR (aka R. Vera) and the Demolisher (aka A. Chambers), for the excellent productions and editing.  Now, watch.

6 comments:

  1. This man should be the subject of a Dragonforce song.

    ReplyDelete
  2. this guy is awesome, great interview!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Osiander puts it down like it is. Awesome job you guys are doing here

    ReplyDelete
  4. HE MAKES ME BELIEVE IN LONG HAIR WHILE ROLLING!

    ReplyDelete
  5. I love him, he makes me laugh and nod in agreement each time I hear him speak. Thanks to you guys whenever I am fortunate enough to show a lower belt an escape I use his manta ..."bro you fucked up a long time ago..." Awesome.

    ReplyDelete
  6. I just want to say that this video, in conjunction with all of the other DSTRYR stuff, finally motivated me to start training again after years away from martial arts.

    Thank you guys, and thank Kurt for me if you get the chance.

    ReplyDelete