ADCC 2013 Total Submissions

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  1. tap21

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    ADCC 2013 Total Submissions

    It looks like it was 15 leg attack submissions and 24 other submissions.

    It's hard to watch three screens at once. Fill me in if I missed one or made a mistake.

    Note: Most websites have Pietilainen/Britt as a pts finish...but my notes show it was possibly a kneebar??? The recorded stream on Ustream skips over this match. Can anyone who actually watched or heard from Britt or Pietilainen resolve this? [Dogpatch on sherdog confirmed kneebar.]

    Leg Attack Finishes (15 total, 8 heelhooks, 2 kneebars, 3 toehold, 2 straight ankles):

    Vinny def Bo inside heelhook
    Pietilainen def Britt kneebar
    Buchecha def Friedrich Toehold
    Lister def Yang heelhook
    Kuminsky def Puopolo straight ankle
    Lister def lenon heelhook
    Barral def dong kneebar
    Miyao def Ramos straight ankle
    Miyao def Vieira heelhook
    Lister def. Lazzarini heelhok
    Assis def. Nogueira Heelhook
    Buchecha def. Rocha de Oliveira Heelhook
    Keenan def. Lenon Heelhook
    Lister def. Sekine Toehold
    Lister def. Rocha de Oliveira Toehold

    Other Finishes ( 26 total, 9 RNC, 5 armbar, 2 kimura, 5 guillotine, 3 triangle, 2 Darce):

    Rocha de Oliveira def Wilson RNC
    Cyborg def Martell armbar
    Sanchez def Mendoga crucifix RNC
    Buchecha def Sekine kimura
    Lazzarina def Otaviano Guillotine
    Narkun def Isaev Triangle
    Nogueira def drueco guillotine
    Lazzarini def Uminski guillotine
    Lovato def Anzai triangle
    Piechota def. Calasans darce
    Popovitch def. Avellan armbar
    Lovato def Chsiev triangle
    Keenan def piechota darce
    Kron def Wang RNC
    Kron def. Tonan RNC
    Sauza def Henderson armbar
    Rafa def. Takahito kimura
    Vieira def sasaki guillotine
    Cobrinha def hemmings RNC
    Rafa def Suzuki Armbar
    Galvao def Braulio RNC
    Kron def. JT overhook armbar
    Kron def. Sauza Guillotine
    Cyborg def. Uminski RNC
    Souza def. Noh RNC
    JT def. Rios Cop Choke RNC
     
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  2. DVD review guy

    DVD review guy Green Belt

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    Thanks for break down.
     
  3. stinkoman

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    Thanks for the breakdown. There was a similar breakdown of the 2011 ADCC where Heel hook had the most finishes. It probably would been number #1 again if Palhares entered. I think number 2 was the guillotine
     
  4. Montada912

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    I love these sort of breakdowns. Thanks
     
  5. Dogpatch

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    Janne-Pekka Pietil
     
  6. Hywel Teague

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    just one thing re the names - ADCC used a strange name for Joao Gabriel Rocha (full name Joao Gabriel Rocha de Oliveira). They listed him as Gabriel Oliveira and you've got him down as Oliveira. But he is called Rocha. It's confusing I know but it makes identifying him very difficult if people don't use his normal name.
     
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    Thanks for the breakdown mate. Most of us are very thankful of this!
     
  8. Drew Foster

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    I know a few of these are off. There were more RNCs. Otavio Souza won his first by RNC. There are a couple others I see that are slightly off. But I know that you can go through the entire stream again on each of the 3 channels, so if 1 channel cut out on you for one match it's definitely on another channel.

    There were definitely more than 8 RNCs, and a few finishes are not on the list, but other than that the list looks pretty accurate to my memory. Rafa Mendes actually finished Suzuki from and armbar from the back, not a RNC, and Otavio Souza got a RNC in his first match against Noh.
     
  9. tap21

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    Here was my submission count from 2011:
    "If I am counting right, here's how the numbers break down in the mens divisions for ADCC this year:

    52 wins by pts
    17 wins by leglock
    8 wins by armbar
    6 wins by guillotine
    5 wins by RNC
    4 wins by triangle
    2 wins by judges decision
    1 win by D'Arce
    1 win by DQ

    That means that there were as many leglocks as armbars, RNCs, and Triangles combined!"
    http://www.mixedmartialarts.com/mma....1881333&page=1
     
  10. tap21

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    Fixed.
     
  12. tap21

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    Fixed Rafa/Suzuki. Added Souza/Noh. What other RNCs were there?
     
  13. Drew Foster

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    I'll go back through and look at my day 1 stream after work. I swear I saw more than 8. Maybe I'm wrong, probably am. I was pretty sure that Cobrinha finished the RNC on Marcio Andre but maybe time ran out as he was locking it in. Same with Barral and Lovato. I guess time ran out even though the choke was locked on.
     
  14. Jiujitsurican

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    good stuff TS!
     
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    Why do you count all the leg locks in a single category but not do the same for, say, chokes? Because really it's silly to count a heel hook as the same submission as a kneebar.
     
  16. tap21

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    I split them up this year by upper body vs. lower body and then listed each one individually.
     
  17. tap21

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    What's really funny is that putting all chokes together in 2011 still would have yielded only 16 chokes vs. 17 leglocks.
     
  18. LugWrenchBjj

    LugWrenchBjj Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    I guess the secret is to heel hook everyone.

    The crazy thing was when Meow was getting heel hooked and he just looked at the guy as if nothing was wrong (forget opponent).
     
  19. Drew Foster

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    Rafael Mendes had some deep heel hooks on Miyao and nothing happened.

    People sleep really hard on Rader's ability to endure punishing foot locks. Miyao had him in a couple gnarly toe holds and heel hooks. At one point Lovato from the corner even said "Rader doesn't tap."

    Cobrinha had Rader in a couple heel hooks and beyond that, sort of a heel hook / calf slicer combo that looked absolutely nauseating.

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  20. tap21

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    JT vs Rios was a cop choke/RNC. Will add to list tonight.
     

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