The head honcho at Renzo Gracie Academy, Renzo enters the ring with his squad, the New York Pitbulls. The number of current and former Gracie fighters is simply too big to count, so here's a look at some Gracie names to appear in the ring.
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With multiple championships to his name, Gregor is often seen showing others his submission skills at Renzo's Academy in New York.
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The son of Rickson, Kron was just 18 when he competed in the 2007 Pan American Games.
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A rising star in the Gracie lineage, Daniel started fighting later than his siblings because he was a fashion model. So far, the heavyweight is living up to the family name in the ring.
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Showing off her jiu-jitsu skills, the now 22-year-old (shown at 20) Kyra is a five-time Pan American Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Champion.
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With a plethora of trophies and medals, Roger, left, (with Renzo) is one of the most decorated Gracie fighters.
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A professor at Renzo's Academy, Rolles continues to teach his family's Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, as well as compete.
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One of the most recognized Gracies, Royce has battled some of the best of the sport, and has more than held his own in doing so.
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Royler, the son of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu founder Helio Gracie, is four-time World Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt champion.
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