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2015 BJJ worlds

Crunching numbers on the world jiu jitsu championship (2015). Who is the best submission artist, are women more accurate finishers than men in the sport of Brazilian jiu jitsu? Points BJJ vs submission only jiu jitsu. This and more in this here article.

the 2015 BJJ world championship had some tremendous surprises, with many new names hitting the big stage of Brazilian jiu jitsu. Find here the full results of the black belt division (every match) at the Mundial de Jiu Jitsu, also known as the BJJ Worlds, as well as commentary of how the event went through.

This year’s Jiu Jitsu World Championship is set to commence this week, with the black belts gathering throughout the weekend. On this article are a few of the records set to be broken by the grapplers on show on the 30th and 31st of May, 2015.

Full Analysis of the upcoming World Jiu Jitsu Championship (2015) male black belt divisions. Who is missing from this year’s tournament, why, and how the weight divisions will balance themselves this time around.

Fresh news from the IBJJF World Jiu Jitsu Championships (2015) due to begin later this week: Keenan Cornelius is competing at heavyweight, Andre Galvao and Caio Terra are out of the tournament.

20 years of world championships and countless memorable matches, 2015 marks the 20th anniversary of jiu jitsu’s most prestigious event, the Mundial de Jiu Jitsu. On this article we go through a few matches that marked our sport, being by beauty, by innovation, by intensity.

Leandro Lo is set to compete this year as a medium heavyweight – under 88kg/194lbs at the World Jiu Jitsu Championship of 2015. The current middleweight (82kg/181lbs) world champion started his career as a lightweight. After winning the lightweight world title twice (2012, 2013), the Cicero Costha pupil moved on to a new challenge, setting for middleweight gold, a challenge he overcame with relative ease in 2014.

Find out who the “Dark Horses” (also known as unexpected candidates) to win the World Jiu Jitsu championship (2015) are. A group of highly talented, but lesser known Grapplers that will be looking to dethrone the champions and who have a real chance of winning the “mundial”.

2015 is the 20th year anniversary of Brazilian jiu jitsu’s most prestigious event, the World Jiu Jitsu Championships set by the IBJJF. The tournament has seen the sport’s biggest athletes battle on the mats and has many great stories, which will be remembered on this piece. An insight to the past 20 editions of the Mundial.

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