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2013 ADCC Final Results


2013 ADCC Final Results

ADCC 2013 UNDER 66KG RESULTS
Semi Finals
WinnerLoserResult
Rafael MendesJoão MiyaoPoints: 2×0
CobrinhaJustin RaderPoints
Final & 3rd Place Fight
Bronze4th PlaceResult
Justin RaderJoão MiyaoPoints
ChampionVice ChampionResult
CobrinhaRafael MendesReferee Decision
ADCC 2013 UNDER 77KG RESULTS
Semi Finals
WinnerLoserResult
Kron GracieJT TorresArmbar
Otavio SousaLeo VieiraPoints
Final & 3rd Place Fight
Bronze4th PlaceResult
JT TorresLeo Vieiran/a (injury?)
ChampionVice ChampionResult
Kron GracieOtavio SousaGuillotine
ADCC 2013 UNDER 88KG RESULTS
Semi Finals
WinnerLoserResult
Lovato JuniorPablo PopovitchPoints
Romulo BarralKeenan CorneliusPoints
Final & 3rd Place Fight
Bronze4th PlaceResult
Keenan CorneliusPablo PopovitchInjury
ChampionVice ChampionResult
Romulo BarralLovato JuniorPoints
ADCC 2013 UNDER 99KG RESULTS
Semi Finals
WinnerLoserResult
Dean ListerCristiano LazzariniHeel Hook
João AssisLeo NogueiraHeel Hook
Final & 3rd Place Fight
Bronze4th PlaceResult
Leo NogueiraCristiano LazzariniPoints
ChampionVice ChampionResult
João AssisDean ListerPoints: 5×0
ADCC 2013 OVER 99KG RESULTS
Semi Finals
WinnerLoserResult
Joao Gabriel RochaJared DoppPoints
Marcus BuchechaCyborg AbreuPoints
Final & 3rd Place Fight
Bronze4th PlaceResult
Cyborg AbreuJared DoppPoints
ChampionVice ChampionResult
Marcus BuchechaJoao Gabriel RochaHeel Hook
ADCC 2013 ABSOLUTE RESULTS
Semi Finals
WinnerLoserResult
Cyborg AbreuKeenan CorneliusPoints
Marcus BuchechaDean ListerPoints: 5×0
Final & 3rd Place Fight
Bronze4th PlaceResult
Keenan CorneliusDean ListerPoints
ChampionVice ChampionResult
Cyborg AbreuMarcus BuchechaPoints: 10×0
SUPERFIGHT
Andre Galvão x Braulio Estima (Mata Leão Choke)
LEGENDS SUPERFIGHT
Zé Mario Sperry x Fábio Gurgel (points)
WOMEN’S ADCC 2013 OVER 60KG RESULTS
Semi Finals
WinnerLoserResult
Gabi GarciaTammy GriegoPoints
Maria MalyjasiakFernanda MazelliLeg Lock
Final & 3rd Place Fight
Bronze4th PlaceResult
Tammy GriegoMaria MalyjasiakPoints
ChampionVice ChampionResult
Gabi GarciaFernanda MazelliChoke
ADCC 2013 UNDER 60KG RESULTS
Semi Finals
WinnerLoserResult
Michelle NicoliniSeiko YamamotoPoints
Luana AlzuguirAna Michele TavaresSubmission
Final & 3rd Place Fight
Bronze4th PlaceResult
Seiko YamamotoAna Michele TavaresInjury
ChampionVice ChampionResult
Michelle NicoliniLuana AlzuguirHeel Hook

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