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    ADCC 2011 final brackets - MMA News
    The ADCC (Abu Dhabi Combat Club) Submission Wrestling World Championship
    24th and 25th September 2011
    Capital FM Arena.
    Nottingham, England
    Friday: Weigh in and rules meeting at the arena at 3pm
    Saturday: Competition start at 12pm
    Sunday: Competition start at 12pm
    Weigh-ins will be on Friday after the rules meeting and both days Saturday and Sunday before the first fight.

    Mario Sperry vs Renzo Gracie (Sunday, September 25, 2011 before the ADCC Absolute Semifinals)
    Jacare vs Braulio (Saturday, September 24, 2011 Last match of the day)


    1. Rafael Mendes. Brazil (current champion, ADCC 2009)
    2. Greger Forsel. Finland (European trials winner)
    3. Marko Ramos. USA (North American trials winner)
    4. David Marinakis. Australia (Oceania trials winner)
    5. Tetsu Hadairo. Japan (Asian trials winner)
    6. Jeff Glover. USA (second North American trials winner)
    7. Bruno Frazzato. Brazil (South America)
    8. Timo-juhani Hirvikangas. Finland (Second European trials winner)
    9. Ryan Hall. USA (confirmed invitation)
    10. Rubens "Cobrinha" Charles. Brazil (confirmed invitation)
    11) Barret Yoshida. USA (confirmed invitation)
    12) Rani Yahya. Brazil(confirmed invitation)
    13) Robson Moura. Brazil (confirmed invitation)
    14) Jeremy Umphries. USA (confirmed invitation)
    Denny Prokopos. USA (confirmed invitation)(out injured)
    15) Tom Barlow. England (confirmed invitation)
    16) Justin Rader (confirmed invitation)

    Pablo Popovitch. (current champion)(Moving up to 88kg)
    1. Jorge Britto. Brazil (European trials winner)
    2. Vagner Rocha. Brazil (North American trials winner)
    3. Davis Hart. Australia (Oceania trials winner)
    4. Sanshiro Nakakura japan (Replaced Gomi)
    Takanori Gomi. Japan (Asia trials winner)(Looks to be out))
    5. Enricco Coco. USA (Second North America trials winner)
    6. Murilo Santana. Brazil (South American trials winner)
    7. Daniel Strauss. England (Second European trials winner)
    8. Marcelo Garcia. Brazil(confirmed invitation)
    9. Clark Gracie (confirmed invitation)
    Gunnar Nelson. Iceland (confirmed invitation)(Moved to under 88kg)
    10. Leo Viera. Brazil(confirmed invitation)
    11. JT Torres. USA (confirmed invitation)
    12. Kron Gracie. Brazil (confirmed invitation)
    Gregor Gracie. Brazil (confirmed invitation)(Out injured)
    13 Victor Estima Brazil (confirmed invitation)
    14. Augusto Mendes “Tanquinho”. Brazil (confirmed invitation)
    15. Claudio Calasans Brazil (confirmed invitation)
    16. Jason Manly (confirmed invitation)

    1. André Galvão. Brazil (current runner-up – Bráulio will face Ronaldo Jacaré in superfight)
    2. Marko Helen. Finland (Europe)
    3. Kyle Griffin (confirmed invitation)
    Rustam Chsiev. Russia (North America) (Out Injured)
    4. Cameron Rowe. Australia (Oceania)
    5. Jeon Doo Kwang. South Korea (Asia)
    6. James Harbison. USA(confirmed invitation)
    JJ Holmes. USA (North America)(never responded to adcc)
    Claudio Calasans. Brazil (South America)(Moved to 77kg)
    7. Zbigniew Tyszka. Poland (second European trials winner)
    8. Pablo Popovitch. Brazil (confirmed invitation)
    9. Rafael Lovato jnr. USA (confirmed invitation)
    10. Romulo barral. Brazil (confirmed invitiation)
    11. Rousimar Palhares. Brazil (confirmed invitation)
    12. Sergio Moraes. Brazil (confirmed invitation)
    13. Paulo Filho. Brazil (confirmed invitation)
    14. David Avellan. USA (confirmed invitation)
    15. Dan Schon. Mexico (confirmed invitation)
    16. Gunnar Nelson Iceland(was in under 77kg)

    1. Xande Ribeiro. Brazil (champion)
    2. Kari Peltola. Finland (Europe)
    3. Joseph Lee Baize. USA (North America)
    4. Igor Praporshchikov. Australia (Oceania)
    5. Animal Anzai. Japan (Asia)
    6. James Poupolo. USA (North America)
    7. Augusto Ferrari. Brazil (South America)
    8. Kamil Uminski. Poland (second European trials winner)
    9. Lucio "lagarto" Rodrigues. Brazil (confirmed invitation)
    Roger Gracie. Brazil(confirmed invitation)(out)
    10. Rodolfo Viera. Brazil(confirmed invitation)
    11. Joao Assis. Brazil(Confirmed invitation)
    12. Dean Lister. USA/Brazil (confirmed invitation)
    13. ???
    Robert Drysdale. USA (confirmed invitation)(out)
    14. Radek Turek. Poland (confirmed invitation)
    15. Antonio Peinado (confirmed invitation)
    16. James Brasco (confirmed invitation)

    1. Fabricio Werdum. Brazil (champion)
    2. Janne-Pekka Pietiläinen. Finland (Europe)
    Mario Rinaldi. USA (North America)(Out)
    3. Luke Costello uk(confirmed invitation)
    Lucio "lagarto" Rodrigues. Brazil (confirmed invitation)(moved to under 99)
    4. Mick Wilson. Australia (Oceania)
    5. Sekine Hideki. Japan (Asia)
    6.Rodrigo Artilheiro (confirmed invitation)
    Jared Rosholt. USA (North America)(never responded to adcc)
    7. Gabriel Vella. Brazil (South America)
    8. Mateusz Juskowiak. Poland (took second in trials but winner already had invite- Europe2)
    9. Jeff Monson. USA (confirmed invitation)
    10. Bruno Bastos. Brazil(confirmed invitation)
    11. Roberto "cyborg" abreu. Brazil (confirmed invitation)
    Antonio ”bigfoot” Silva. Brazil (confirmed invitation)(out)
    12. Jarrod Bunch(confirmed invitation)
    13. Vinny Magalhaes . Brazil(confirmed invitation)
    14. Geraldi Rinaldi. USA (confirmed invitation)
    15. Fereira Jose Junior. Brazil (confirmed invitation)
    16. Alexander Trans. Denmark (confirmed invitation)


    1. Luanna Alzuguir. Brazil (champion)
    2. Lara Jayne Ng. Australia (Oceania)
    3. Hashi Takayo. Japan (Asia)
    4. Cathilee Albert. USA (North America)
    5. Michelle Nicolini. Brazil (South America)
    6. Sara Svensson (European trials winner)
    7. Krya Gracie. Brazil (Confirmed invitation)
    8. Rosi Sexton. U.K (confirmed invitation)

    1. Hannette Staack. Brazil (champion)
    2. Fiona Muxlow. Australia (Oceania)
    3. Penny Thomas. South America (North America)
    4. Talita Nogueira. Brazil (South America)
    5. Devi Ahuja. Norway (European trials winner)
    6. Gabi Garcia. Brazil (confirmed invitation)
    7. Ida Hansson (confirmed invitation)
    8. Katrina Weilbacher(confirmed invitation)
    And if you want beef, then bring the ruckus

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    Didn't see a general ADCC thread so just going to use this.

    Holy shit Vinny had tremendous heart, that was one of the deepest armbars I've seen, I have no idea how he didn't tap.

    And Dean Lister is the effin' man, three subs to gold. Always been my biggest inspiration for BJJ
    "To be truly walking on the warrior's path, we have to bring our minds back to the time when we were not ashamed of our dreams; when reality had not yet frustrated our ambitions; when our desire was still too strong to be repressed, and our spirit refused to surrender in resignation; when we were not yet doctors, businessmen, or lawyers, but still wanted to be heroes, leaders, bodhisattvas. The first step on the way to being warriors is to get back in touch with our dreams."

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    Is their a site where I can get all the results in like on place or not? Can't seem to find one

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    ADCC 2011 results and quick recap for Sept. 25 in Nottingham, England -

    The Abu Dhabi Combat Club (ADCC) tournament for 2011 is officially in the books for the weekend of Sept. 24-25 in Nottingham, England.

    Andre Galvao capped off an incredible run through the brackets to defeat Pablo Popovitch by toehold, becoming the ADCC 2011 Absolute World Champion.

    Former Ultimate Fighter (TUF) contestant Vinny Magalhaes became the ADCC 2011 Heavyweight Champion (+99kg) in a dramatic back-and-forth battle against Fabricio Werdum.

    Kyra Gracie captured her third ADCC title by submitting Michele Nicolini and Marcelo Garcia defeated Kron Gracie, yet again, in match that was much more competitive than in recent years.

    Complete ADCC 2011 results from Sept. 25 in Nottingham, England, (via MMA Nation) after the jump.


    Men's ADCC Absolute Division

    Andre Galvao def. Pablo Popovitch by toehold.

    Third place:
    Alexandre Ribeiro def. Murilo Santana on points, 2-0.

    Pablo Popovitch def. Alexandre Ribeiro by referee's decision.
    Andre Galvao def. Murilo Santana by Santana incurring negative points for pulling guard.

    Alexandre Ribeiro def. Gunnar Nelson on points.
    Murilo Santana def. Vinny Magalhaes by referee's decision.
    Andre Galvao def. Sergio Moraes on points.
    Pablo Popovitch def. Victor Estima on points.

    Round of 16:
    Andre Galvao def. Shinzo Ansai by technical submission (RNC until asleep) at 5:53.
    Sergio Moraes def. Antonio Neto by heelhook at 1:03.
    Murilo Santana def. Marko Helen by armlock at 12:59.
    Vinny Magalhaes def. Bruno Bastos on points.
    Alexandre Ribeiro def. Jeff Monson by disqualification.
    Gunnar Nelson def. Bruno Frazzato on points.
    Pablo Popovitch def. Janne-Pekka Pietilainen on points.
    Victor Estima def. Joao Assis on points.

    Men's 66 kg Division

    Rafael Mendes def. Rubens Charles due to Charles incurring a negative point for pulling guard.

    Third place:
    Jeff Glover def. Robson Moura by guillotine at 8:40.

    Rafael Mendes def. Robson Moura on points.
    Rubens Charles def. Jeff Glover on points.

    Men's 77 kg Division

    Marcelo Garcia def. Leo Vieira by triangle at 3:52.

    Third place:
    Kron Gracie def. Claudio Calasans by guillotine at 16:56.

    Marcelo Garcia def. Kron Gracie on points.
    Leo Vieira def. Claudio Calasans on points.

    Men's 88 kg Division

    Andre Galvao def. Rousimar Palhares on points.

    Third place:
    Pablo Popovitch def. Rafael Lovato Jr. on points.

    Rousimar Palhares def. Rafael Lovato Jr. by heelhook at 6:12.
    Andre Galvao def. Pablo Popovitch on points.

    Men's 99 kg Division

    Dean Lister def. Joao Assis by leglock at 15:38.

    Third place:
    Alexandre Ribeiro def. Antonio Peinado on points (Rodolfo Viera sustained an injury in Lister match and Peinado substituted).

    Dean Lister def. Rodolfo Viera by heelhook at 1:35.
    Joao Assis def. Alexandre Ribeiro on points.

    Men's +99 kg Division

    Vinny Magalhaes def. Fabricio Werdum on points.

    Third place:
    Roberto de Abreau def. Gerardi Rinaldi by kneebar at 0:36.

    Fabricio Werdum def. Roberto de Abreau on points.
    Vinny Magalhaes def. Gerardi Rinaldi on points.

    Women's 60 kg Division

    Kyra Gracie def. Michelle Nicolini by omoplata at 13:39.

    Third place:
    Luana Alzuguir def. Hashi Takayo by kneebar at 4:12.

    Michelle Nicolini def. Luana Alzuguir by referee's decision.
    Kyra Gracie def. Hashi Takayo by guillotine.

    Women's +60 kg Division

    Gabrielle Garcia def. Hannette Staack on points.

    Third place:
    Ida Hanssen def. Penny Thomas by kneebar at 6:11.

    Gabrielle Garcia def. Penny Thomas by choke at 6:01.
    Hannette Staack def. Ida Hanssen by heelhook at 9:20.

    Mario Sperry def. Renzo Gracie on points.
    Braulio Estima def. Jacare de Souza on points.
    There are many paths to freedom, not all are peaceful

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    thanks sakara!! and all the videos seem to be removed already :/

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