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To celebrate the Tenth ADCC Championship, here are ten great matches from previous tournaments: 
 
Marcelo Garcia x Kron Gracie ADCC 2011 -77kg Semi-Final
Marcelo Garcia was looking for his fourth title at -77kg and with the then reigning champion Pablo Popovitch forced up to -88kg by the ADCC’s decision to move to same day weigh-ins, Garcia’s main challengers were Claudio Calasans, Leo Vieira and Kron Gracie, son of the legendary Rickson. Garcia had submitted Victor Estima, brother of Braulio with a guillotine in their ¼ final whereas Kron had beaten the veteran Murilo Santana by points in their match.
 
Both men started trying to impose their will on the other standing with grip fighting and trip attempts before Garcia hit a perfectly timed arm drag to inner leg trip to land in Kron’s guard. Kron was aggressive in working for position, but was forced to work from his open guard prompting Marcelo to hit a quick guard pass. Kron recovered to half-guard but Garcia improved his position to flatten out his opponent. Kron kept his composure and returned to his closed guard. The action remained in this position for a number of minutes, with Kron repeatedly breaking Garcia’s posture. Kron went for an omoplata but Garcia shrugged it off and gained control of a turtling Kron.
 
Kron recovered to his feet and both men sought the takedown, with Marcelo getting a leg trip from a bodylock to land inside Kron’s guard. Then, the unthinkable, Kron caught Garcia in a guillotine and stretched out, putting immense pressure on his neck. Was this going to be the first person in Marcelo’s weight-class to submit him since Terere in 2003? No, this is Marcelo Garcia! He kept his composure and eventually removed his neck and fought back to his feet. Marcelo kept working to pass Kron’s open guard but time ran out and Marcelo secured his spot in the final.
Kron would go on to secure Bronze, submitting Claudio Calasans with a guillotine in the 3rd place play-off and Marcelo would secure an unprecedented fourth weight category title.
 
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Roger Gracie x Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza ADCC 2005 Absolute Final

Roger Gracie and Ronaldo Souza, better known as “Jacare”, two legends of the game had already met several times before, most recently in the 2004 Mundials Absolute Final, with Jacare taking a somewhat controversial win despite one of his arms being rendered temporarily useless by an Armbar.

Jacare had won his division, beating Demian Maia in the -85kg final and submitting Marcelo Garcia in the Absolute Semi-final. Roger’s path to the final was remarkable, having won all 4 of his weight division matches and his 3 absolute matches by submission.

The first few minutes of the match saw both men cautiously looking for an opening and a takedown; Roger wrapped up his opponent’s head and neck in a guillotine and pulled guard. Jacare shook the attack off sinking to Roger’s guard in the process. Both men worked from this position for some minutes before Jacare withdrew from Roger’s guard, prompting Roger to stand and resume the match on the feet. Roger’s wrestling training had been paying off during the course of the tournament, but Jacare forced his way to the back, trying to secure a suplex and then, forcing Roger to his Knees, trying to take Roger’s back. Roger used a kimura attack to escape and bring the action back to the feet, with Roger, then Jacare tripping their opponents to the mat but unable to secure a dominant position.

Finally Roger shot a slow double but then shucked to tie up Jacare from the back, then pulling him to the ground and securing a body triangle. Attacking the neck, Jacare appeared to pause for a second, but too late, Roger locked in the RNC, Jacare tapped and Roger was a double Gold Medallist, with a (still) unmatched 8 submissions from 8 matches.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FxlQ1Qn_8F8

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Marcelo Garcia x Ricco Rodriguez ADCC 2005 Absolute Round 1

Marcelo Garcia was reigning ADCC -77kg and Mundials Middleweight champion and Ricco a former ADCC +99kg champion (1998) and former UFC Champion. Ricco started off looking to impose his considerable size difference on Garcia, pushing him to the floor several times before Garcia took a single leg and drove them out of bounds. The crowd firmly behind Marcelo reacted with cheers every time he tried something and Ricco, cast as villain started to receive some boos. Marcelo tried a single leg, and then pulled x-guard, drawing Ricco in. Garcia arm-dragged Ricco and took his back, kicking out Ricco’s knees to force him to the ground and clinging on like a back pack. Ricco walked over to his corner with his fashionable new accessory still attached. After a short while, Marcelo jumped down and with his hands firmly wrapped around Ricco’s’ waist, took his back and worked for a choke or arm before Ricco shrugged him off. Attacking again from a seated X-Guard for a number of minutes, Marcelo eventually managed to reverse their positions to a roar from the crowd.

The end of normal time, Ricco started off the overtime period with a big take down, ending into Marcelo’s half guard. Ricco again on the top trying to pass Marcelo’s X-guard and after a number of minutes Marcelo secured a sweep and attacked from Ricco’s guard. Ricco’s slow kimura sweep attack saw Garcia spring to his back and, having previously received some poor advice from his corner (you can only slam your way out of a submission), Ricco jumped onto his back, attempting to squish his opponent. Loud boos rang through the arena and rather than disqualifying Rodriguez, the judges elected to restart from the curious position of Ricco in side control but with his back to Marcelo. Spinning around at the restart Marcelo recovered half guard and promptly went for a heel hook, taking the tap, a hug from his coach Fabio Gurgel and loud applause from the crowd.

Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6FLqF2uDWM

Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPK0VHz2ndg

Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FklAOcNjIhk

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Jake Shields vs Leo Santos ADCC 2005 -77kg 3rd Place Play off

Santos, a 2 time Copa do Mundo champion had already dispatched Georges St Pierre in an earlier round and must have been fairly confident of his chances against another MMA fighter, Jake Shields in the Bronze medal match.

Early on Shields shot for a double and almost wrestled Santos to the floor, Santos recovering to his feet but with Shields stood behind him, arms clamped around his waist. Shields jumped and stuck one hook in, taking Santos off balance and rolling him to the floor. Still working for his second hook, Jake managed to lock on an RNC that Santos could only briefly defend.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hx2waUvSM1s

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Saulo Ribeiro x Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza ADCC 2003 -88kg Final

Saulo, a 5 time Mundials Champion and former ADCC Champion in 2000 had defeated Rodrigo “Comprido” en route to the final, Jacare, a phenom at Brown Belt, had beaten Ryan Gracie, Matt Lindland and Ricardo “Cachorrão”.

The final started with both men trying to assert their grips and indeed this would go on for almost ten minutes… then, Jacare shot in for a double leg, but Saulo was quicker and locked on a guillotine hold which Jacare eventually shook off. More jockeying for position on the feet and Saulo feinted a single leg shot, ducking under and getting to Souza’s back and then launching himself further up his back and securing both hooks. 3x0 to Saulo.  Jacare tried to footlock Saulo’s feet with a leg entanglement but Saulo gritted though it. Turning to his front, Jacare left a small opening for his opponent to start working his RNC attempts and flattening out Souza effectively.

With some effort, Jacare stood back up to his feet with Saulo still locked in position and then with an improvised shoulder throw, removed his attacker. Reset in the middle with Jacare attacking the back, he tried to get both hooks in but Saulo forced him to guard. Jacare could not move Ribeiro and even resorted to open hand chokes. Saulo actively stalling out the clock resisted the increasingly frantic attempts of Jacare to break his opponent’s grips. Saulo had done enough; the clock ran out, Saulo was jubilant, hugging his coach Royler Gracie before poking fun at Jacare’s Caiman walk celebration.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xnhrz_ronaldo-jacare-vs-saulo-ribeiro_sport

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Marcelo Garcia x Vitor “Shaolin” Ribeiro ADCC 2003 -77kg Semi-final

Marcelo Garcia was an unheralded late entrant, replacing Dennis Hallman and although he had won multiple BJJ Competitions at Black Belt, he was still at the beginning of his Elite career. Vitor “Shaolin” was by contrast a 3 time Black Belt World Champion and clear favourite.

In the previous matches, Garcia had beaten the veteran Renzo Gracie and Shaolin beat future perennial Garcia rival Pablo Popovitch, but this was to prove a very quick match. Garcia pulled half guard and in the ensuing scramble quickly took Shaolin’s back, locked in a rear naked choke and choked Shaolin unconscious to take the shock win.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_8O-fq-NI4

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Royler Gracie x Eddie Bravo ADCC 2003 -66kg Quarter-Final

We couldn’t choose ten matches and not include one of Royler Gracie’s bouts. Royler was arguably one of the finest grapplers of the late 90’s, winning 4 Mundials, 2 Pans and 3 ADCC titles between 1996 and 2001 and if we include Royler, then we need to talk about his most infamous match against Eddie Bravo.

This match was notable for all kinds of reasons, not least that Royler had never even had a point scored on him in ADCC, let alone been submitted. This match would see the birth of 10th Planet Jiu Jitsu and Mr Bravo’s ubiquitous marketing; a decade and counting of Gi vs NoGi threads across various internet forums and a monkey on the backs of the Gracie family that may be shaken later this year at Metamoris 2 when the pair finally rematch.

Bravo sat down on the floor and tried to draw Royler into his guard, securing control of Royler’s wrist and pulling him into half-guard before locking him into a seatbelt grip and implementing the lockdown (using both of his feet to trap Royler’s leg and foot that was entangled in the half-guard). Bravo was to spend the majority of the match trying to keep Royler as close to him as possible, something that clearly was bothersome to Royler and his game plan.

Royler tried to pass to side control but Bravo locked up both Royler’s arm and leg, threatening a sweep.  Royler was continuously working to free himself and improve position, whereas Bravo was content to lock down Royler and wait for his opening, any pass attempt was soon met by Bravo’s return to half-guard.

Halfway through the match, Bravo looked to take Royler’s back, but when that was thwarted, with both of Royler’s legs and one arm trapped, Bravo swept, with Royler securing Bravo’s arm during the move to try to set up a triangle attempt, but Bravo successfully resisted Gracie’s attempts to drag his right arm across and Royler abandoned the submission attempt and returned to guard.

At the reset Bravo took a guillotine grip on Royler, only for Royler to double leg him from his knees back to a seated position, Bravo then tried to transition to an inverted arm-bar whilst Royler looked to secure side control. Bravo used his comical flexibility to insert his outside leg in between his and Royler’s hip and from there recover guard again and then take a rubber guard position (for those unfamiliar, Bravo in guard aims his left leg out from under Royler’s right arm pit over to his left shoulder with his right hand grabbing the ankle and locking the forearm/elbow tight against Royler’s neck).

Royler eventually manages to launch a guard pass attempt but Bravo again used his flexibility to recover the guard and Royler made a fatal mistake, getting back into full guard whilst Bravo controlled both arms, Bravo’s left arm wrapped around Gracie’s right arm, and Bravo controlling Gracie’s left wrist, Bravo would transition quickly to a triangle.
The effort exerted by Bravo as he locked in the triangle were etched on his face and Royler defended as long as he could but then… one of the most memorable submissions in the sport. Bravo’s immediate reward was a comprehensive dismantling in the semi-final at the hands of Leo Vieira.

The internet faces implosion should Bravo win the upcoming rematch by submission as well…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4ASonA9t6c

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Ricardo Arona x Ricardo “Cachorrão” Almeida ADCC 2001 -99kg Final

The final of the -99kg division at ADCC 2001 saw returning champion Ricardo Arona face off against Ricardo Arona. Both men would go on to success in MMA (with Arona becoming Rings champion in 2001 and Almeida Middleweight King of Pancrase in 2003), but both were very fresh in their careers here.

Arona had beaten Ruslan Mashurenko, Renato “Babalu” and Jon Olav Einemo by points en route; Almeida had bested Yuri Stetsenko, Dean Lister and Alexandre “Cacareco”.
Almeida worked for a takedown early on, but Arona’s sprawl and wrestling defence is amongst the best the game has seen. Cachorrão locked up Arona’s left arm and sat down to sweep Arona to his back, but couldn’t hold him down and was reversed to defend from the turtle.

More jockeying for position and the takedown, Almeida locked up a guillotine and when Arona tried to lift him for a slam, pulled guard and fought for the tap. Arona shook it off and worked from the top to pass Almeida’s open guard. Back to the feet and another failed guillotine and guard pull combination saw Cachorrão on his back defending Arona’s guard passing. Almeida executed a sweep from half guard but could not then secure Arona or prevent him from getting back to his feet.

A suplex attempt on Arona and several single leg shots were stuffed before Almeida stood up with Arona upside down clutching onto his back. Shrugging Arona off his back, Almeida failed to capitalise and Arona again recovered to his feet and stuffed a number of takedown attempts, controlling his opponent and securing a snap takedown from a body lock. Almeida sought to capitalise from the half guard, working hard on a knee bar and a tornado sweep but to no avail. Arona took down Almeida but could not secure the points. HE did enough though to take the match and his title 0 x -2.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkDNAZEe7yo

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Mark Kerr x Leo Vieira ADCC 2000 Absolute 1st Round

The physically imposing American Wrestler Mark “The Smashing Machine” Kerr took gold at +99kg in 1999 and went one better in 2000, taking out double gold. In the Absolute, he faced former (featherweight) BJJ World Champ Leo Vieira.

To use a cliché, it was David x Goliath and whilst the ending may not have been in doubt, Leozinho won over the crowd with his spirited conduct.

Both men started feeling each other out on the feet, but Kerr’s wrestling pedigree (a former D1 College Champion and Senior US Champion at Freestyle) coupled with his considerable size and strength advantage. Kerr shot for a single leg and picked Vieira up as easily as if he was a sack of potatoes. Leozinho showed great resilience and gymnastic flair avoiding the takedown but spend the bulk of the match defending Kerr’s attacks from the feet and from top position on the ground.

Kerr was to take the match and then defeat Mike Van Arsdale, Ricardo Almeida and Sean Alvarez to take his 3rd and Final ADCC title.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bc8CON4kzJ0

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ADCC Jean Jacques Machado -vs- Caol Uno ADCC 1999 -77kg Final

As the two men closed the distance, Uno had a low wrestler stance, they locked up and Machado flopped to butterfly guard, back on his feet, flopping to butterfly guard and then locking up Uno’s head in a guillotine hold. Uno flipped acrobatically out of the move to side control but JJ regained his guard. Machado works an omoplata attempt but Uno is able to escape, albeit to underneath Machado’s side control and then mount.

JJ tries a front choke from the mount and when Uno tries to escape, switches to an Armbar attempt. The attack looks deep, but Uno is able to roll out and returns to Machado’s omoplata and then to top position in guard. Machado sweeps and then transitions to take the back, forcing Uno to defend multiple RNC and rear choke attempts. Uno cannot keep up this valiant defence forever and he succumbs to one final rear choke attack.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUThHNlWy9k

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Those are some of my favourites, what are some of yours?
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Rafa Mendes vs Cobrinha, 2009 is my favourite grappling match of all time.

Galvao vs Palhares-2013

Galvao vs Pablo Popovitch (weight class final) 2013

Vinny vs Werdum-2013

Rafa Mendes vs Leozinho-2009

Leozinho vs JT, Leo vs Cocco, Leo vs Calasans -2013 (everymatch was decided just at the end)

As you can probably tell, I started BJJ way after most of the matches posted by JSho
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Royler Gracie x Eddie Bravo ADCC 2003 -66kg Quarter-Final

We couldn’t choose ten matches and not include one of Royler Gracie’s bouts. Royler was arguably one of the finest grapplers of the late 90’s, winning 4 Mundials, 2 Pans and 3 ADCC titles between 1996 and 2001 and if we include Royler, then we need to talk about his most infamous match against Eddie Bravo.

This match was notable for all kinds of reasons, not least that Royler had never even had a point scored on him in ADCC, let alone been submitted. This match would see the birth of 10th Planet Jiu Jitsu and Mr Bravo’s ubiquitous marketing; a decade and counting of Gi vs NoGi threads across various internet forums and a monkey on the backs of the Gracie family that may be shaken later this year at Metamoris 2 when the pair finally rematch.

Bravo sat down on the floor and tried to draw Royler into his guard, securing control of Royler’s wrist and pulling him into half-guard before locking him into a seatbelt grip and implementing the lockdown (using both of his feet to trap Royler’s leg and foot that was entangled in the half-guard). Bravo was to spend the majority of the match trying to keep Royler as close to him as possible, something that clearly was bothersome to Royler and his game plan.

Royler tried to pass to side control but Bravo locked up both Royler’s arm and leg, threatening a sweep.  Royler was continuously working to free himself and improve position, whereas Bravo was content to lock down Royler and wait for his opening, any pass attempt was soon met by Bravo’s return to half-guard.

Halfway through the match, Bravo looked to take Royler’s back, but when that was thwarted, with both of Royler’s legs and one arm trapped, Bravo swept, with Royler securing Bravo’s arm during the move to try to set up a triangle attempt, but Bravo successfully resisted Gracie’s attempts to drag his right arm across and Royler abandoned the submission attempt and returned to guard.

At the reset Bravo took a guillotine grip on Royler, only for Royler to double leg him from his knees back to a seated position, Bravo then tried to transition to an inverted arm-bar whilst Royler looked to secure side control. Bravo used his comical flexibility to insert his outside leg in between his and Royler’s hip and from there recover guard again and then take a rubber guard position (for those unfamiliar, Bravo in guard aims his left leg out from under Royler’s right arm pit over to his left shoulder with his right hand grabbing the ankle and locking the forearm/elbow tight against Royler’s neck).

Royler eventually manages to launch a guard pass attempt but Bravo again used his flexibility to recover the guard and Royler made a fatal mistake, getting back into full guard whilst Bravo controlled both arms, Bravo’s left arm wrapped around Gracie’s right arm, and Bravo controlling Gracie’s left wrist, Bravo would transition quickly to a triangle.
The effort exerted by Bravo as he locked in the triangle were etched on his face and Royler defended as long as he could but then… one of the most memorable submissions in the sport. Bravo’s immediate reward was a comprehensive dismantling in the semi-final at the hands of Leo Vieira.

The internet faces implosion should Bravo win the upcoming rematch by submission as well…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4ASonA9t6c

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i'd love to know what saulo was saying to jacare during that fight haha
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Royler vs Joao Roque is one of the true great matches, as was Royler's first match with Baret in 2000 (where he also almost got triangled and then armbarred).

Also Leozinho vs. Jean Jacques in 2000 and Almeida vs. Jean Jacques in 2001. Although there's no footage of it, Ryan Hall vs. Gordinho in a 2007 alternate match was amazing to see live and Mike Fowler tapping Saulo I still to this day can't believe happened. 

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Great list, but it should have had Rafa vs Cobrinha 2009, amazing match
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