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3/12/09 9:42 PM by Kneeblock

 If anyone has the ADCC 2001 match with Almeida digitized, upload it at once. The fact that Serra defended so ably during their match is a true testament to his skill.  JJ couldn't pass him for anything, but still tried a desperation sweep at the end that lost him the match on a -1.

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3/12/09 4:01 PM by renatopenha

More than JJM's skill, I admire his attitude. No points or stalling BS, just trying to tap the other guy out as quickly as possible.Totally inspires me when I compete. All that's going through my head is, "I want to be the most exciting match here."

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3/12/09 3:33 PM by Altair

^^^Exciting for world level Bjj player means a lot, thanks for the info.

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3/12/09 3:17 PM by PTM2020

"has JJM ever been schooled? I mean I was disappointed when he grappled Arona, Arona was a complete blanket, I thought he would be more open since they did not allow punches. " ^he was constantly working during the Arona match and was always attacking with sweeps and sub attempts.  He got a tight omplata on Arona and it took all of Arona's strenghth and movement to get out.  (the next day Arona's arm was in a sling)    If anything Arona fought to survive that match and held on to his points. JJM is well into his 40's now, his last 2 matches didn't go well for him.  He was a last minute replacement against Dean Lister who racked up a good amount of points on him and didn't fare well against the younger Hironoka who is incredibly talented in his own right.   Still JJM is a Master with one of the most unique and exciting games I've ever seen.

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3/12/09 10:17 AM by Altair

unlike Boxing or MMA, Bjj is not a spectator sport, but it ever was JJM is the only consistent Bjj guy that impresses nearly 95% of the time, its so fun to watch him roll.has JJM ever been schooled? I mean I was disappointed when he grappled Arona, Arona was a complete blanket, I thought he would be more open since they did not allow punches.

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3/8/09 3:40 PM by chooy721

JJM amazes me. I never new that he had a screwed up hand until I saw clips of his documentary. I like the clips of him rolling with Dan Inosanto. Dan's like 70 years old or something in that vid and he lookis incredible for his age. Both are inspiring!

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3/8/09 4:54 AM by migel

ttt 4 later

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3/6/09 6:49 PM by Badmonkey

MY GOD THIS JJM!!

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3/3/09 12:29 PM by Kneeblock

Another masterpiece is JJM's match with Ricardo Almeida in ADCC 2001. Almeida is just pressure pressure pressure and then it's like a switch flips and JJM takes him completely to school.  Amazing matches.

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3/3/09 12:28 PM by Kneeblock

Back in those days JJM was just unstoppable.  From 1998-2001, he was the man in no gi and by then he was already arguably past his prime!