Learn JZ’s “double” heelhook, plus other scenes from WSF

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Marlon Moraes solta a bica contra Miguel Torres

Marlon Moraes fires a foot at Miguel Torres. The American Carlson Gracie black belt couldn’t overcome the Brazilian. Photos by Lucas Noonan/WSF.

On the star-studded card for the inaugural World Series of Fighting (WSF), an event broadcast live from Las Vegas, Nevada, across the USA on NBC last weekend, the black belt Gesias “JZ” Cavalcante stole the show with his Jiu-Jitsu.

JZ needed just over a minute to tap out TJ O’Brien with a double heelhook that put pressure on the knee and foot at once. The win marks the Brazilian’s 17th career victory.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBhrN4Vpxqo

Another major standout on the evening was former UFC fighter Anthony Johnson, whose swift knockout of DJ Linderman even earned him praise from his ex-boss Dana White.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lasL-V7pPOQ

Refresh your memory of the complete results and check out the special gallery of photos taken by Lucas Noonan/World Series of Fighting.

World Series of Fighting
Las Vegas, USA
November 3, 2012

Andrei Arlovski defeated Devin Cole via TKO in R1;
Anthony Johnson KO’d DJ Linderman in R1;
Marlon Moraes defeated Miguel Torres via split decision;
Tyson Steele defeated Gregor Gracie via TKO in R1;
Brian “The Bandit” Cobb defeated Tonys Torres via split decision;
Gesias “JZ” Cavalcante tapped out TJ O’Brien via heelhook in R1;
Tyrone Spong KO’d Travis Bartlett in R1;
Josh Burkman defeated Gerald Harris via unanimous judges’ decision;
David Branch defeated Dustin Jacoby via unanimous judges’ decision;
Steve Carl tapped out Ramico Blackmon via rear-naked choke in R1.

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