coruja wrote:Why is it called brazilia? Are you brazilian?
I think it's kind of the same reason some people say Chinese gongfu, Italian cooking, or something like that. When someone says they do Brazilian jujitsu I instantly think of the Graices. And as soon as I think of the Gracies I think of Rickson
. If you've ever seen Rickson fight (which I'm assuming you must have) and you practiced the same "Brazilian" style jutjitsu, I bet you would call it Brazilian jujitsu too (to keep it separate from the other styles of jujitsu).
If you're reffering to why they wrote brazilia instead of Brazilian, I can only assume it to be a spelling mistake (those happen all the time).