October 5, 2011

ADCC Rankings

ADCC released their official rankings (thanks to Graciemag.com for the full story).  
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.
Check out the updated list below!
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?  

GRACIEMAG ADCC athlete ranking
1 -109 – Marcelo Garcia
2 – 91 – José Mário Sperry
3 - 80 – Mark Kerr
4 - 69 – Ricardo Arona
5 - 68 – Bráulio Estima
6 - 68 – Fabrício Werdum
7 - 67 – Ronaldo Jacaré
8 - 66 – Alexandre Ribeiro
9 - 61 – Saulo Ribeiro
10 - 61 – Jeff Monson
11 - 61 – Royler Gracie
12 - 60 – Roger Gracie
13 - 60 – André Galvão
14 - 58 – Leonardo Vieira
15 - 57 – Pablo Popovitch
16 - 55 – Jean-Jaques Machado
17 - 52 – Dean Lister
18 - 43 – Renzo Gracie
19 - 42 – Alexandre Soca
20 - 40 – Alexandre Cacareco
21 - 39 – Ricco Rodriguez
22 - 37 – Sean Alvarez
23 - 36 – Ricardo Almeida
24 - 34 – Robert Drysdale
25 - 34 – Rafael Mendes
26 - 30 – Jon Olav Einemo
27 - 29 – Roberto Traven
28 - 29 – Vinícius “Pezão” Magalhães
29 - 28 – Rani Yahya
30 - 28 – Kareem Barchlov
31 - 28 – Demian Maia
32 - 27 – Marcio Pé de Pano
33 - 27 – Marcio Feitosa
34 - 27 – Barret Yoshida
35 - 22 – Rubens Charles “Cobrinha”
36 - 18 – Hayato Sakurai
37 - 17 – Mark Robinson
38 - 17 – Kikuta Sanae
39 - 17 – Robrigo Gracie
40 - 16 – Roberto “Cyborg” Abreu
41 - 16 – Ricardo Liborio
42 - 16 – Alexander Savko
43 - 13 – Ricardo Moraes
44 - 13 – Matt Serra
45 - 12 – Simon Siasi
46 - 11 – Rolles Gracie
47 - 11 – Robin Gracie
48 - 11 – Luiz Brito
49 - 11 – Gerardi Rinaldi
50 - 11 – Gabriel Gonzaga
51 - 11 – Flávio Almeida
52 - 11 – Otto Olsen
53 - 11 – Caol Uno
54 - 11 – João Assis
55 - 11 – Rousimar “Toquinho” Palhares
56 - 10 – Alexandre Paluski
57 - 09 – Enson Inoue
58 - 08 – Nino Schembri
59 - 07 – Vitor Belfort
60 - 07 – Kron Gracie
61 - 05 – Vitor Ribeiro
62 - 05 – Tito Ortiz
63 - 05 – Tarsis Humphreys
64 - 05 – Ryan Hall
65 - 05 – Robson Moura
66 - 05 – Rigan Machado
67 - 05 – Leonardo Santos
68 - 05 – Joe Gilbert
69 - 05 – Jake Shields
70 - 05 – Gregor Gracie
71 - 05 – Fabiano Iha
72 - 05 – David Terrel
73 - 05 – David Avellan
74 - 05 – Chris Haseman
75 - 05 – Beau Hershberger
76 - 05 – Alex Negão
77 - 05 – Ahmed Farag
78 - 02 – João Roque
***
The following criteria were applied:
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.

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