I love reading stories such as this one from Bloodyelbow which shares a report from the 2012 World BJJ Championships (Mundials) going on now in So Cal, where Lloyd Irvin protege' DJ Jackson was fighting Beneil Dariush in the brown belt middleweight final on Friday. A back and forth battle ensued until in the waning seconds of the match DJ scored two points for a guard pass bringing the score 4-2 in favor of DJ.
Just after the guard pass the large fan/fighter base in the stands representing Team Lloyd Irvin started a countdown from 10-9-8..... when the crowd hit 1, Beneil stopped fighting, stood up and started to tuck his gi in. A tough lesson to learn but Beneil was not paying attention to the actual fight clock (when fighting you can see the scoreboard with the points and time left) which read 10 more seconds! DJ took him down and attained side control securing the points victory on a baffled Beneil.
Click here to see the whole story at Bloodyelbow.com.
And while we are on the subject, here is Rodolfo Viera vs. Buchecha in what some are calling the greatest BJJ fight ever at the worlds. I think that might be a bit o' over kill, but a great match none the less! Buchecha is the newest teacher at Ace JJ in Fountain Valley, CA. though from the looks of it he could use a lesson or two on manners and shaking hands: