Rising jiu-jitsu superstars Kade and Tye Ruotolo haven’t broken age 17 yet, but they’ve already been training longer than some world champions have. The pair of prodigies, who started with the Mendes Brothers at Art of Jiu-Jitsu before transferring to Atos’ adult program at blue belt, were shouted out by Keenan Cornelius after a private session with the Lapel Guard guru this weekend.
“The learning capacity of these two is absolutely insane,” Corenlius said, teasing that the working session may be posted for viewing later this week.
The Ruotolo Brothers most recently took their divisions in the juvenile Europeans, and are two of the most promising talents in weaponized child jiu-jitsu today.
Here’s a throwback to the twins 4 years ago, when they were still better than you: