Tattoo by David Rudziński at Theatrum Symbolica in Warsaw, Poland.
It has arrived! Episode 4 of the highly acclaimed documentary series The Gypsy Gentleman is now available to watch online, and as always it’s free of charge.
This episode takes place both in San Diego and in Tijuana, Mexico, with Latino tattooers Bill Canales and Rob Benavides joining host and creator, Marcus Kuhn. They visit a couple of very cool and inspiring places, and discuss the influence of Latino culture on modern tattooing. This whole series is by far the best show about tattooing at the moment, displaying REAL tattooing, as well as teaching us a thing or two about tattoo history and it’s influence on the craft today.
Please share the video everywhere you can, this is a project that truly deserves our support and respect. The next episode is in London, which should be AMAZING!
I always tell the truth. Even when I lie.
By Meehow Kotarski from No Regrets Tattoo in Cheltenham.
MiddleEasy covered the last ONE FC event in Kuala Lumpur, Malasia. Much like their previous videos, this one unveils the best bits of the night over some smooth hip hop beats.
The scrap between Roger Huerta and Zorobabel Moreira is heavily featured near the end of the video and shows the beating Huerta took prior to the currently infamous soccer kick. It also shows the whole 31 seconds it took Babalu to submit Tatsuya Mizuno by armbar which was the main event of the night.
I don’t try to intimidate anybody before a fight. That’s nonsense. I intimidate people by hitting them.
By Nigel Kurt from Funhouse Tattoo in Barnsley.
It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.
By Steve Wimmer from Infamous Tattoo in Delaware, USA.
Bloody Elbow have just posted yet another article in their outstanding MMA Origins series, this one called Brazilian Vale Tudo Evolves as Chute Boxe Emerges.
It details the rise of Muay Thai in Brazil and it’s importance in the development of Vale Tudo, and specifically the early days of the famed Chute Boxe academy. There are some incredible videos in the article of some real classic wars.
So check it out and bask in the glorious violence of CHUTE BOXE!