We've expressed many times our deep love and appreciation for videos of world class and notable grapplers rolling inside their respective academies, away from the spotlight of the competition mats. There something much purer and more educational for the viewer. I think it's because the videos show the respective subjects simply putting in the time, as you and I do day in and day out, to perfect their craft and get better at Jiu Jitsu. We can all relate to that. Another reason is that the subjects are clearly much more relaxed and less anxious and frenetic than they are in competition. That results in better flows and a clearer view of their games and tactics.
Eddie Bravo has been training hardcore, I'm told, with his mentor (I believe) and coach, Jean Jacques Machado in preparation for his rematch with Royler Gracie at Metamoris 3. Check out this awesome roll from last year.