Brazilians maintain their dominance of the ranking, with 17 of the top 20. Only Kerr in third, Jeff Monson in 10th, and Dean Lister, who went from 21st to 17th, keep the South Americans from making a clean sweep.
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Here is a post fight interview with Jeff Glover. Once again the enthusiasm, respect, admiration, and humbleness this "kid" has for the art of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is nothing short of admirable! Ask yourself if you have the attitude he does, and if not, why?
1. Absolute champion – 20pts
2. Divisional champion – 17pts
3. Supermatch champion – 15pts
4. Absolute runner-up – 13pts
5. Divisional runner-up – 11pts
6. Supermatch runner-up – 9pts
7. Absolute third place – 7pts
8. Divisional third place – 5pts
9. Most technical athlete – 3pts
10. Best match participant – 2pts
In the event of a tied score, the athlete with the more valuable win takes the lead. For instance, even when drawn on points, an athlete who holds an absolute title wakes the lead over an athlete with only a divisional title.