I was giving this some thought based on when I watched that Kumite thing and having rolled with Jackson Souza. He basically danced over my guard. He literally played like a larger version of Ricardo Vieira. When sparring brown and black belts I am rarely surprised by what they are doing but he was so smooth that he was a number of steps ahead of me at all points.
It looked like how Andre Galvao spars with when there is a large difference in ability.
It should be very interesting to see Jackson fight Keenan. I heard third hand that Costello said to an acquaintance that he is the best brown belt in the world that he has every rolled with.
Luke tapped Jackson at the Euros last year. And tapped everyone in his division at the Worlds until he lost to the eventual Absolute Champion in the final who went on to have a good showing at black belt at the Copa Podio. Just saying.
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