Fernando Augusto Tererê is one of Jiu-Jitsu’s most iconic names. One of BJJ’s first superstars, he was seen as a natural talent and an innovator. Unfortunately, mental health issues that led to substance abuse cut his competitor’s career short in 2004. Even so, the world champion was able to influence the generations ahead with a style of game that lives on in his former students, like Rubens Cobrinha and André Galvão. In this thorough study of Tererê’s guard passing system, the BJJ Scout underlines the characteristics of his game and how he influenced today’s Jiu-Jitsu. Click play to learn.