Your vote, your choice: what was the best Gi Jiu-Jitsu match of 2015?


As the year of 2015 comes to an end, we look back to the thrills we lived in the past 12 months. So, what about trying to point out what was the best Gi match of 2015. We pre-selected five instant classics and we will let you chose your favorite. Just vote away on the comments. Even if you have a different match to suggest, please do. Here we go!

Gabrielle Garcia vs. Mackenzie Dern (2015 European – Black belt open class final)

The first great moment of 2015. Brave Mackenzie and mighty Gabi battled for the ultimate glory in Lisbon. Seven minutes of hair-raising action. Enjoy.

Bernardo Faria vs. Alex Trans ( 2015 Pan – Black belt open class semifinal)

A battle of giants for the chance to be on the open class final. Faria and Trans had the crowd on their feet the whole time.

 Leandro Lo vs. Keenan Cornelius (2015 Worlds – black belt open class quarterfinals)

This is Jiu-Jitsu at its best. Just watch.

Rafael Mendes vs. Rubens Cobrinha (2015 Worlds black belt featherweight final)

It’s all there. Strategy, drive, effort, respect. A classic.

Bruno Malfacine vs. João Miyao (2015 Worlds roosterweight final)

The drama at the end alone is enough for this match deserving a spot among the best.

So, what’s your favorite?



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