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André Galvão, also known as “Deco” is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt under Luis “Careca” Dagmar, being also one of the greatest competitors ever in the sport, having conquered important titles such as World Champion (3x), Pan American Champion (8x), and ADCC champion (2x).  Galvão also ventured into mixed martial arts, leaving the sport with a record of 5-2-0, to leade the Atos Jiu Jitsu Academy, where he established one of the strongest ju jitsu teams of the modern era.

Andre Galvao Jiu Jitsu

Full Name: André Luiz Leite Galvão

Nickname: “Deco” which is a common shortname for André in Portuguese.

Lineage: Mitsuyo Maeda > Carlos Gracie > Reyson GracieOsvaldo Alves > Luis Dagmar > André Galvão

Main Titles:

  • World Champion – black belt (2014*, 2008 & 2005)
  • ADCC Champion (2011 weight & absolute, 2013 superfight)
  • Pan American Champion (2005, 2008 weight/absolute, 2006, 2011, 2013, 2014 weight/absolute, 2016)
  • World Pro Cup Champion (2012, 2013, 2014 UAEJJ)
  • World Cup Champion – black belt (2006)
  • European Champion (2015 weight/absolute)
  • World CBJJE Champion – black belt (2008)
  • Ultimate Absolute NYC Champion (2011)

* The International Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Federation (IBJJF) awarded the title to Galvao after the tournament as Felipe Pena tested positive for PED’s.

Other Important Achievements:

  • World Champion (2002 blue, 2003 weight/absolute purple, 2004 weight/absolute brown)
  • ADCC 2nd Place (2009)
  • Pan American 3rd Place (2016 absolute)
  • World Cup Champion – purple belt (2003 weight & absolute)
  • World Cup Champion – brown belt (2004 brown weight & absolute)
  • World Pro Cup 2nd Place (2012 absolute)
  • ADCC 3rd Place (2007 weight & absolute)
  • World Championship 3rd Place (2008 absolute, 2013)

Favourite Technique: Guard Passing

Weight Division: Meio Pesado (88kg/194lbs)

Team/Association: Atos Academy

Andre Galvao Biography

André Galvão was born September 29, 1982 in São Sebastião, São Paulo – Brazil.

The Galvão family hold moved to Vale da Paraíba region when André was a child. It was there that “Deco” initiated his martial arts education through judo. Calasans Camargo, father Claudio Calasans, became involved in André’s early judo career and in fact gave Galvão his very first gi.

André initiated his jiu jitsu career, influenced by his brother who was already a student of BJJ. Luis Carlos Dagmar, also known as “Careca” was André Galvão’s first coach. Master Careca was a former student of the illustrious Master Osvaldo Alves, At the age of 16, two years into his training, Master Dagmar advised André to go and train with Fernando Tererê. Dagmar believed Galvão had a special talent, one that should be pursued, and his academy was too small for big aspirations. Tererê who was a very good coach and had one of the biggest teams at the time.

With the guidance of Tererê André Galvão’s skills evolved heaps and bounds. Fernando was one of the sport’s main competitors at the time, a world champion and a Pound for Pound best in the early 2000’s. Galvão would follow Terere throughout his split with the Alliance team the birth of Brasa and TT teams for a time span of almost 3 years where he remained undefeated in the purple belt division, being the first purple belt ever to win the ‘Grand Slam’ (World Championship, Pan American Championship, and Brasileiro).

After 9 victorious months as a purple belt André received his his brown belt from Fernando. As a brown belt the victorious run continued, with only one loss, to Ricardo Abreu in the absolute division of the Copa do Brasil.

André Galvão was due to receive his black belt in mid 2005, unfortunately this clashed with a series of incidents that turned Tererê’s attention away from jiu jitsu. Instead of delivering the black belt himself due to Terere’s absence, on the day of Galvão’s graduation (19th of May 2005), Terere’s right hand man and TT partner Eduardo Telles drove  Galvao to his native town so André could have the honour of receiving his black belt from his original instructor, Master “Careca”.

As Tererê left the sport due to well documented personal problems, André Galvão ended leaving his team (TT) to join Brasa Clube de Jiu Jitsu.

Throughout his early career Galvão believed in consistency and repetition, and unlike most top competitors, he dedicated himself to fighting in all tournaments, not just the major ones. He often mentioned that he relied on this to keep improving his skill set.

Andre won 4 World Championships in a row, from blue belt to black belt (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005) wining his weight and the open weight classes in two years in a row – purple belt and brown belt division (2003 and 2004). He made the final in 2006 and 2007 but couldn’t capitalize on the 1st place. Gold came again in 2008. In that same year Andrá Galvão joined the world of mixed martial arts (MMA) obtaining a submission victory over Jeremiah Metcalf, a former Strikeforce fighter, fate would have it that a few months after that fight Galvao himself would join that same fighting organization.

On October 2008 Galvão joined his good friend Ramon Lemos and founded a new jiu jitsu team. The pair had a strong evangelic background and brought their religious beliefs to the mats. with all their students having a similar background in the early days of the team. Atos had tremendous success in the black belt divisions from the get-go, with several fighters winning both the World Championships, the Pan Ams and the Jiu Jitsu Pro Cup in Abu Dhabi.

Having turned into a professional MMA fighter in 2008, Galvão fought in some of the world’s biggest organizations such as Dream (Japan) and Strikeforce (USA). He left Strikeforce by his own accord after a good year (2010) in which he fought three times, loosing the later fight and winning two. He had plans to join the Ultimate Fighter Show (as explained on his intervirew to BJJ Heroes on January 2010), though the plans did not follow through.

André Galvão returned to jiu jitsu competitions on March 7 2010, winning the World Professional Jiu Jitsu Trials in San Diego, California (under 183lbs), winning also the Pan American a few weeks later – submitting all his opponents, except Eduardo Santoro in the final.

After moving to San Diego with his spouse Angelica Galvão (also an active competitor), Andre became the head coach of Atos head quarters while also picking up a position as a deacon in an evangelical church, Project New Life.

Continuously “stepping it up”, Galvao was remarkable at the 2011 edition of the ADCC, the world’s most prestigious grappling event, winning gold on both his weight and the absolute division, proving why he is considered one of the best in the world.

In an interview to Tatame (a Brazilian magazine) in 2007, André Galvão stated that his idols in BJJ were his coach, Tererê – for his personality and the way he brought the crowd to a roar when he competed, Vitor Shaolin Ribeiro for his mad sweeps and “Leozinho” Vieira for his athleticism and what he brought to BJJ.

Andre Galvao website: allgalvao.com

Andre Galvao Grappling Record

145 WINS
  • BY POINTS
    53 (37%)
  • BY ADVANTAGES
    9 (6%)
  • BY SUBMISSION
    72 (50%)
  • BY DECISION
    8 (6%)
  • BY PENALTIES
    3 (2%)
  • BY DQ
    0 (0%)

72 SUBMISSIONS WINS

#214eb8
Choke from back
24
17
#86e620
Armbar
15
11
#5AD3D1
RNC
8
6
#d1212a
Choke
8
6
#fad11b
Wristlock
6
4
#f58822
Cross ck. f/ mount
6
4
#224aba
Submission
6
4
#ff9124
Injury
3
2
#bf1f6c
Kimura
3
2
#22c9a5
Bow and arrow
3
2
#fad223
Kneebar
3
2
#03861f
Clock choke
3
2
#039a1f
Triangle
1
1
#03b41f
Toe Hold
1
1
#03c61f
Verbal tap
1
1
#03d61f
Inverted armbar
1
1
#03f61f
North south choke
1
1
#82ff5f
baseball choke
1
1
#a4ff5f
Inside heel hook
1
1
#dbff5f
Heel hook
1
1
Brabo choke
1
1
Arm in Ezekiel
1
1
72
(100%) SUBMISSIONS
26 LOSSES
  • BY POINTS
    15 (58%)
  • BY ADVANTAGES
    3 (12%)
  • BY SUBMISSION
    4 (15%)
  • BY DECISION
    3 (12%)
  • BY PENALTIES
    1 (4%)
  • BY DQ
    0 (0%)

4 SUBMISSIONS LOSSES

#214eb8
Choke from back
25
1
#86e620
RNC
25
1
#5AD3D1
Inverted triangle
25
1
#d1212a
Ezekiel
25
1
4
(100%) SUBMISSIONS

Andre Galvao Fight History

ID Opponent W/L Method Competition Weight Stage Year
1230Gustavo CamposGustavo CamposLAdvWorld Cup82KGF2005
1400Marcelo GarciaMarcelo GarciaLPts: 2x0World Champ.82KGF2006
1462Marcelo GarciaMarcelo GarciaLPts: 8x2Brasileiro82KGF2006
1474Marcelo GarciaMarcelo GarciaLChoke from backBrasileiroABSSF2006
1508Murilo SantanaMurilo SantanaLPts: 4x0Paulista FPJJ82KGF2007
1629Robert DrysdaleRobert DrysdaleLRNCADCCABSSF2007
1653Pablo PopovitchPablo PopovitchLPointsADCC77KGSF2007
1740Alexandre RibeiroAlexandre RibeiroLPts: 2x0World Champ.ABS1/4F2007
1783Alexandre RibeiroAlexandre RibeiroLReferee DecisionSuper ChallengeABSSF2007
1785Tarsis HumphreysTarsis HumphreysLPts: 6x4Super ChallengeABS3PLC2007
1944Roger GracieRoger GracieLPts: 12x0World Champ.ABSSF2008
2207Braulio EstimaBraulio EstimaLInverted triangleADCC88KGF2009
2240Alexandre RibeiroAlexandre RibeiroLPointsADCCABS1/4F2009
3066Braga NetoBraga NetoLPts: 7x0WJJPC TrialsABSF2011
3589Alexandre RibeiroAlexandre RibeiroLPts: 4x4, AdvSD World TrialsABSF2012
3679Rodolfo VieiraRodolfo VieiraLPts: 4x2World Pro.ABSF2012
4014Romulo BarralRomulo BarralLReferee DecisionIBJJF Pro League94KGF2012
4316Marcus AlmeidaMarcus AlmeidaLPts: 4x2Pan AmericanABSF2013
4448Tarsis HumphreysTarsis HumphreysLPenWorld ProABS1/4F2013
4529Leonardo LeiteLeonardo LeiteLReferee DecisionWorld Champ.ABS1/4F2013
4575Braulio EstimaBraulio EstimaLPts: 6x2World Champ.88KGSF2013
5348Rodolfo VieiraRodolfo VieiraLEzekielWorld Pro.ABSSF2014
5548Felipe PenaFelipe PenaLPts: 6x4World Champ.94KGF2014
8796Leandro LoLeandro LoLPts: 2x0Pan AmericanABSSF2016
8935Erberth SantosErberth SantosLPts: 0x0, AdvWorld ProABS1/8F2016
9039Felipe PenaFelipe PenaLPts: 4x0World Pro94KGSF2016
1117Cassio WerneckCassio WerneckWPointsPan American82KGF2005
1124Felipe CranivataWWristlockBrasileiroABSSF2005
1126Lucio RodriguesLucio RodriguesWN/ABrasileiroABSF2005
1227Felipe CranivataWPts: 18x0World Cup82KG1/4F2005
1228Murilo SantanaMurilo SantanaWPts: 6x0World Cup82KG1/4F2005
1244Felipe CranivataWPointsCopa do BrasilO75KG1/4F2005
1261Felipe CranivataWKneebarWorld Champ.82KGF2005
1328Sergio LourencoWPts: 14x2Pan American82KGR12006
1330Alexander CrispimWChoke from backPan American82KG1/4F2006
1332Mike FowlerMike FowlerWCross ck. f/ mountPan American82KGF2006
1394Antonio SergioWPts: 2x0World Champ.82KGR12006
1398Nino SchembriNino SchembriWClock chokeWorld Champ.82KGSF2006
1439Gustavo CamposGustavo CamposWPts: 11x4World Cup82KGF2006
1459V. SilvaWArmbarBrasileiro82KG1/4F2006
1460Jorge BrittoWArmbarBrasileiro82KGSF2006
1470UnknownWArmbarBrasileiroABSR12006
1471Eduardo SantoroEduardo SantoroWPointsBrasileiroABS1/4F2006
1484Marcio CruzMarcio CruzWAdvTeam NationalsO88KGF2006
1605Rafael dos AnjosWInside heel hookADCC Trials77KGSF2007
1607Daniel MoraesDaniel MoraesWPts: 16x2ADCC Trials77KGF2007
1622Baret YoshidaBaret YoshidaWPointsADCCABSR12007
1627Fabricio WerdumFabricio WerdumWReferee DecisionADCCABS1/4F2007
1630A. CacarecoWPointsADCCABS3PLC2007
1645Chris BrightWSubmissionADCC77KGR12007
1651Mark BocekWHeel hookADCC77KG1/4F2007
1655Mike FowlerMike FowlerWPointsADCC77KG3PLC2007
1710Mauricio MarianoMauricio MarianoWChoke from backWorld Champ.82KGR12007
1711Cassio WerneckCassio WerneckWCross ck. f/ mountWorld Champ.82KG1/4F2007
1712Gustavo CamposGustavo CamposWRNCWorld Champ.82KGSF2007
1730Tarsis HumphreysTarsis HumphreysWReferee DecisionWorld Champ.ABSR12007
1736Daniel NovaWArmbarWorld Champ.ABSR22007
1777Leonardo PeçanhaWArmbarSuper ChallengeABSR12007
1781Gabriel VellaGabriel VellaWPointsSuper ChallengeABS1/4F2007
1814Makoto IkutaWBrabo chokeH. Kong CupABSSF2008
1815Eduardo TellesEduardo TellesWArm in EzekielH. Kong CupABSF2008
1816Marcel FortunaMarcel FortunaWPts: 4x2Pan AmericanABS1/8F2008
1817Fernando PieroFernando PieroWChoke from backPan AmericanABS1/4F2008
1818Luiz TheodoroWCross ck. f/ mountPan AmericanABSSF2008
1819Roberto ToziRoberto ToziWChoke from backPan AmericanABSF2008
1828M. CarvalhoWChokePan American88KG1/4F2008
1829Bruno FernandesBruno FernandesWPts: 2x2, AdvPan American88KGSF2008
1831Tarsis HumphreysTarsis HumphreysWInjuryPan American88KGF2008
1902Igor AraujoWChoke from backWorld Champ.88KGR12008
1904Rafael CorreaRafael CorreaWCross ck. f/ mountWorld Champ.88KG1/4F2008
1907Marcelo LouzadoWPts: 5x0World Champ.88KGSF2008
1909Braulio EstimaBraulio EstimaWChoke from backWorld Champ.88KGF2008
1935M. SuarezWKimuraWorld Champ.ABSR12008
1936Roberto AbreuRoberto AbreuWPointsWorld Champ.ABSR22008
1941Rafael LovatoRafael LovatoWChoke from backWorld Champ.ABS1/4F2008
2159Marco JuniorWTriangleADCC Trials88KGR12009
2161Gabriel KitoberWRNCADCC Trials88KG1/4F2009
2162Bruno BastosBruno BastosWRNCADCC Trials88KGSF2009
2163Rodolfo V.WPts: 3x0ADCC Trials88KGF2009
2196Kassim AnanWPts: 12x2ADCC88KGR12009
2202Chris WeidmanWPts: 4x0ADCC88KG1/4F2009
2206David AvellanWPts: 2x0ADCC88KGSF2009
2233Tom BassWPointsADCCABSR12009
2782Diego GamonalWChokePan American88KGSF2011
2783Eduardo SantoroEduardo SantoroWPts: 2x0Pan American88KGF2011
2824Antonio CarlosAntonio CarlosWPointsWorld Pro.ABS1/4F2011
3051Alexandre CeconiAlexandre CeconiWPts: 16x0F4F NogiABSNA2011
3053C. FerreiraWPts: 3x0F4F GiABSNA2011
3055Nol. DutcherWArmbarUltimate Abs.ABSR12011
3058Braga NetoBraga NetoWPts: 2x0Ultimate Abs.ABS1/4F2011
3059Vinny MagalhaesVinny MagalhaesWPts: 4x0Ultimate Abs.ABSSF2011
3060Rust. ChsievWReferee DecisionUltimate Abs.ABSF2011
3062Clark GracieClark GracieWReferee DecisionWJJPC Trials82KGSF2011
3063Claudio CalasansClaudio CalasansWAdvWJJPC Trials82KGF2011
3064Marcus AlmeidaMarcus AlmeidaWSubmissionWJJPC TrialsABSSF2011
3105Don OrtegaWPointsADCC88KGR12011
3134Gunnar NelsonGunnar NelsonWPts: 3x0ADCC88KG1/4F2011
3148Pablo PopovitchPablo PopovitchWPts: 2x0ADCC88KGSF2011
3160Rousimar PalharesRousimar PalharesWPts: 9x4ADCC88KGF2011
3166Shinzo AnsaiWRNCADCCABSR12011
3176Sergio MoraesSergio MoraesWPts: 6x0ADCCABS1/4F2011
3177Murilo SantanaMurilo SantanaWPts: 0x0, PenADCCABSSF2011
3180Pablo PopovitchPablo PopovitchWToe HoldADCCABSF2011
3579Clark GracieClark GracieWPts: 3x0SD World Trials83KGF2012
3583Elliot KellyWBow and arrowSD World TrialsABS1/4F2012
3587James PuopoloJames PuopoloWClock chokeSD World TrialsABSSF2012
3647Felipe Mota DiasFelipe Mota DiasWSubmissionWorld Pro.88KGR12012
3654Janne AutioWSubmissionWorld Pro.88KG1/4F2012
3656Leo MacielWPts: 2x0World Pro.88KGSF2012
3657Vitor ToledoVitor ToledoWChoke from backWorld Pro.88KGF2012
3677Alexandre RibeiroAlexandre RibeiroWPts: 2x0World Pro.ABSSF2012
3993Ryron GracieRyron GracieD---MetamorisABSSPF2012
4009Diego HerzogWPts: 7x0IBJJF Pro League94KG1/4F2012
4012Rafael BarbosaRafael BarbosaWChoke from backIBJJF Pro League94KGSF2012
4019James HarbisonJames HarbisonWPts: 13x0Houston Open88KGSF2012
4020Diego GamonalWChokeHouston Open88KGF2012
4260Rafael LovatoRafael LovatoWReferee DecisionMetamoris 2ABSSPF2013
4291Max FreitasWArmbarPan AmericanABSR12013
4309Tanner RiceTanner RiceWBow and arrowPan AmericanABSR22013
4313Orlando SanchezOrlando SanchezWReferee DecisionPan AmericanABS1/4F2013
4315Nivaldo OliveiraNivaldo OliveiraWPts: 2x0Pan AmericanABSSF2013
4386Jurandir ConceicaoWArmbarPan American88KGR12013
4388Renato CardosoRenato CardosoWChoke from backPan American88KGR22013
4392Tarsis HumphreysTarsis HumphreysWKimuraPan American88KGR12013
4438Romulo BarralRomulo BarralWVerbal tapWorld Pro88KGF2013
4514Nic RubenNic RubenWWristlockWorld Champ.ABSRDS2013
4524Abraham MarteAbraham MarteWKneebarWorld Champ.ABSRDS2013
4572Dimitrius SouzaDimitrius SouzaWChoke from backWorld Champ.88KG1/4F2013
4832Braulio EstimaBraulio EstimaWRNCADCCABSSPF2013
5024Jurandir ConceicaoWPts: 14x0Pan AmericanABSR22014
5042DJ JacksonDJ JacksonWPointsPan AmericanABSR32014
5046Murilo SantanaMurilo SantanaWPointsPan AmericanABS1/4F2014
5048Felipe PenaFelipe PenaWPts: 4x2Pan AmericanABSSF2014
5049Leandro LoLeandro LoWAdvPan AmericanABSF2014
5146Gabriel LucasGabriel LucasWInverted armbarPan AmericanO100KG1/4F2014
5148Abraham MarteAbraham MarteWChoke from backPan AmericanO100KGSF2014
5149Alexander TransAlexander TransWAdvPan AmericanO100KGF2014
5326Vinicius MarinhoVinicius MarinhoWPts: 2x0World Pro.ABSR12014
5339Abraham MarteAbraham MarteWwristlockWorld Pro.ABSR22014
5344Otavio SousaOtavio SousaWPts: 2x0World Pro.ABS1/4F2014
5349Keenan CorneliusKeenan CorneliusWReferee DecisionWorld Pro.ABS3PLC2014
5366Diego GamonalWPts: 0x0, PenWorld Pro.88KGR12014
5368Rodrigo FajardoRodrigo FajardoWPts: 9x0World Pro.88KG1/4F2014
5372Renato CardosoRenato CardosoWPts: 0x0, AdvWorld Pro.88KGSF2014
5373Romulo BarralRomulo BarralWPts: 2x0World Pro.88KGF2014
5542Luiz PanzaLuiz PanzaWChoke from backWorld Champ.94KG1/4F2014
5546Rafael LovatoRafael LovatoWPts: 5x0World Champ.94KGSF2014
5571Chael SonnenWRNCMetamoris 4ABSSPF2014
6094Gabriel RosbergWChoke from backEuropeanABSR22015
6110Thomas JohannessonWArmbarEuropeanABSR32015
6118Erberth SantosErberth SantosWNorth south chokeEuropeanABS1/4F2015
6122Tarcisio JardimTarcisio JardimWArmbarEuropeanABSSF2015
6124Igor SilvaIgor SilvaWInjuryEuropeanABSF2015
6202Samuel MoninWArmbarEuropean88KGR22015
6210Martin AedmaWChokeEuropean88KG1/4F2015
6214Rodrigo FajardoRodrigo FajardoWChokeEuropean88KGSF2015
6216Renato CardosoRenato CardosoWPts: 4x0European88KGF2015
7528Roberto AbreuRoberto AbreuWPts: 6x0ADCCABSSPF2015
8040Romulo BarralRomulo BarralWPts: 1x0Berkut 2ABSSPF2015
8758Kitner MouraWbaseball chokePan AmericanO100KG1/4F2016
8774Aaron JohnsonWChokePan AmericanABSR22016
8791Alexandro CeconiWChoke from backPan AmericanABS1/8F2016
8792Leo NogueiraLeo NogueiraWPts: 4x0Pan AmericanABS1/4F2016
8899Patrick GaudioPatrick GaudioWPts: 0x0, AdvWorld ProABSR12016
8926Davi RamosDavi RamosWPts: 0x0, AdvWorld ProABSR22016
9032Tiago PessoaWPts: 2x0World Pro94KG1/8F2016
9036Jackson SousaJackson SousaWWristlockWorld Pro94KG1/4F2016
9237Bruno BastosBruno BastosWChoke from backFTW Pro 5ABSSPF2016
9411Felipe MotaFelipe MotaWChoke from backWorld Champ.94KGR12016
9412Lucas RochaLucas RochaWPts: 2x2, PenWorld Champ.94KG1/4F2016
9417Cassio FrancisCassio FrancisWPts: 4x4, AdvWorld Champ.94KGSF2016
9418Jackson SousaJackson SousaWReferee DecisionWorld Champ.94KGF2016

Andre Galvao vs James Harbison (Houston Open, 2012)

Andre Galvao vs Marcelo Garcia (World Championship Final, 2006)

Andre Galvao vs Martin Suarez (this is a famous video that has circled the internet, the man fighting with Galvao goes for an illegal reaping of the knee, which upsets Galvao, 2008)

Andre Galvao vs Rodolfo Vieira (ADCC Brazilian Trials, 2009)

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6 Comments

  • Dalton says:

    not to mention all the world and panam championships hes won at lower ranks.

  • Rollo says:

    Andre Galvao has been a great influence to my BJJ development. I wrote a blog post about him and include a highlight video.

  • james alger says:

    andre galvao is my hero! i do my best to emulate his style everytime i train…..

    glad hes back in competition… only good magical tech is to come from him!

    Boa galvao jiujitsu!!!!

  • Biff says:

    A terrific instructor in addition to being one of the best in the sport ever. His ability to teach is surprisingly refined for someone so young, he teaches with the precision of some of the older Gracies.

    As a competitor in 2008 he was the most impressive guy on the scene – bar none. Went up a weight division and ruined some of the best guys ever at the Pan Ams winning his weight and absolute, submitting almost everyone. At the worlds that year he again when on a submission spree, completely owning Braulio in the finals. He is the definition of modern jiu jitsu and changed the way the game is played. Proof is his match with Niño when as a new black belt he toyed with a veteran of the sport who was known for being a flashy innovator by seemingly breakdancing through his guard and all over his body. Watch that match with the lnowledge that Niño is one of the greats and be shocked.

  • WastedYouth says:

    Guess you need to add 2011 NYC Ultimate Absolute Champion to this list eh?

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