Who’ll win ADCC 2011?

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Pablo in no-gi action at IBJJF Worlds / Photo: John Lamonica

Now last weekend’s tryouts in São Paulo are out of the way, the ADCC organization released the list of those who so far are qualified for the most traditional submission grappling event on the planet, to be held in Nottingham, England, on September 24 and 25 of this year.

Check out who is in, and leave your opinion below: who’s going to win each of the weight categories?

ADCC World Championships 2011

-65.9kg

1. Rafael Mendes. Brazil (current champion, ADCC 2009)
2. Greger Forsel. Finland (European trials winner)
3. Marko Ramos. USA (North American trials winner)
4. David Marinakis. Australia (Oceania trials winner)
5. Tetsu Hadairo. Japan (Asian trials winner)
6. Jeff Glover. USA (second North American trials winner)
7. Bruno Frazzato. Brazil (South America)
8. Second European trials winner – May 21

-76.9kg

1. Pablo Popovitch. USA (current champion)
2. Jorge Britto. Brazil (European trials winner)
3. Vagner Rocha. Brazil (North American trials winner)
4. Davis Hart. Australia (Oceania trials winner)
5. Takanori Gomi. Japan (Asia trials winner)
6. Enricco Coco. USA (Second North America trials winner)
7. Murilo Santana. Brazil (South American trials winner)
8. Second European trials winner

-87.9kg

1. André Galvão. Brazil (current runner-up – Bráulio will face Ronaldo Jacaré in superfight)
2. Marko Helen. Finland (Europe)
3. Rustam Chsiev. Russia (North America)
4. Cameron Rowe. Australia (Oceania)
5. Jeon Doo Kwang. South Korea (Asia)
6. JJ Holmes. USA (North America)
7. Claudio Calasans. Brazil (South America)
8. European trials winner

-98.9kg

1. Xande Ribeiro. Brazil (champion)
2. Kari Peltola. Finland (Europe)
3. Joseph Lee Baize. USA (North America)
4. Igor Praporshchikov. Australia (Oceania)
5. Animal Anzai. Japan (Asia)
6. James Poupolo. USA (North America)
7. Augusto Ferrari. Brazil (South America)
8. European trials winner

+99kg

1. Fabricio Werdum. Brazil (champion)
2. Janne-Pekka Pietiläinen. Finland (Europe)
3. Mario Rinaldi. USA (North America)
4. Mick Wilson. Australia (Oceania)
5. Sekine Hideki. Japan (Asia)
6. Jared Rosholt. USA (North America)
7. Gabriel Vella. Brazil (South America)
8. European trials winner

-60kg

1. Luanna Alzuguir. Brazil (champion)
2. Lara Jayne Ng. Australia (Oceania)
3. Hashi Takayo. Japan (Asia)
4. Cathilee Albert. USA (North America)
5. Michelle Nicolini. Brazil (South America)
6. European trials winner

+60kg

1. Hannette Staack. Brazil (champion)
2. Fiona Muxlow. Australia (Oceania)
3. Penny Thomas. South America (North America)
4. Talita Nogueira. Brazil (South America)
5. European trials winner

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There are 12 comments for this article
  1. Jose Vera at 5:08 pm

    ADCC World Championships 2011

    -65.9kg
    1. Rafael Mendes

    -76.9kg
    1. Pablo Popovitch

    -87.9kg
    1. André Galvão.
    2. Claudio Calasans
    Atos will close out the division

    -98.9kg
    1. Xande Ribeiro. Brazil

    +99kg
    1. Fabricio Werdum. Brazil

    -60kg
    1. Luanna Alzuguir. Brazil

    +60kg
    1. Hannette Staack. Brazil

  2. macaco at 8:26 pm

    -65.9kg
    1. Rafael Mendes
    Bruno Frazzato atos close out division

    -76.9kg
    1. Pablo Popovitch

    -87.9kg
    1. André Galvão.
    2. Claudio Calasans
    Atos will close out the division

    -98.9kg
    1. Xande Ribeiro. Brazil

    +99kg
    1. Fabricio Werdum. Brazil

    -60kg
    1. Luanna Alzuguir. Brazil

    +60kg
    1. Gabi Garcia. Brazil

  3. Aron at 12:12 pm

    -65.9kg
    Rafael Mendes. Brazil

    -76.9kg
    Gunnar Nelson. Iceland (just heard he will be competing)

    -87.9kg
    André Galvão. Brazil

    -98.9kg
    Xande Ribeiro. Brazil

    +99kg
    Fabricio Werdum. Brazil

    -60kg
    Luanna Alzuguir. Brazil

    +60kg
    Hannette Staack. Brazil

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