J Sho Mundials Preview & Stats

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  1. J Sho

    J Sho Green Belt

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    Rooster
    World Pro Gi Champion: n/a
    IBJJF Pans Champion: Jo
     
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    Light Feather
    -64kg World Pro Gi Champion: Joao Miyao
    IBJJF Pans Champion: Paulo Miyao
    IBJJF Mundials Champion: Gabriel Moraes
    IBJJF Brasileiro Champion: Jo
     
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    Feather
    -70kg World Pro Gi Champion: Leo Saggioro
    IBJJF Pans Champion: Mario Reis
    IBJJF Mundials Champion: Augusto Lopes Mendes
    IBJJF Brasileiro Champion: Paulo Henrique Bordignon Miyao
    IBJJF European Champion: Rafael Mendes
    CBJJE Mundials Champion: Isaque Paiva
    CBJJE Brasileiro Champion: Jo
     
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    Light
    -76kg World Pro Gi Champion: Roberto Satoshi
    IBJJF Pans Champion: Lucas Lepri
    IBJJF Mundials Champion Leandro Lo
    IBJJF Brasileiro Champion: Lucas Alves Lepri
    IBJJF European Champion: Michael Langhi
    CBJJE Mundials Champion: Claudio M. Cardoso
    CBJJE Brasileiro Champion: Ricardo Rocha
    CBJJE Pans Champion: Eduardo Ramos
    IBJJF Pans NoGI Champion: AJ Agazarm -
    IBJJF Mundials NoGI Champion: Jonathan Torres
    IBJJF Brasileiro NoGi Champion: AJ Agazarm
    ADCC Worlds NoGI Champion: n/a
    Contenders: 56 players including De'Alonzio Jackson, Celso Venicius, Renan Borges, Philipe Della Monica, AJ Agazarm, Gabriel Rollo, Roberto Satoshi, Jonathan Torres, Michael Langhi, Lucas Alves Lepri
    What might happen: A huge field of 55 players and at least 6 or 7 contenders for the title, it will be interesting to see how DJ does at Leve but one of the Alliance duo is likely to take the title here
    Probable Semis: Langhi x Torres, Satoshi x Lepri
    Probable Final: Langhi x Satoshi, Langhi wins.
    Random Facts: Between 1999 and 2005, 4 men won back to back titles (in order, Vitor “Shaolin”, Marcio Feitosa, Daniel Moraes, Celso Vinicius)
    Celso will be after his 4th Gold.
     
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    Middle
    -82kg World Pro Gi Champion: Leandro Lo
    IBJJF Pans Champion: Leandro Lo
    IBJJF Mundials Champion: Otavio Souza
    IBJJF Brasileiro Champion: Claudio de Mattos Cardoso
    IBJJF European Champion: Claudio Calasans
    CBJJE Mundials Champion: Adriano Silva
    CBJJE Brasileiro Champion: Rafael da Silva
    CBJJE Pans Champion: Leandro Lo
    IBJJF Pans NoGI Champion: Francisco Antonio Iturralde
    IBJJF Mundials NoGI Champion: Gilbert Alexander Pontes Burns
    IBJJF Brasileiro NoGi Champion: Vin
     
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    Medium Heavy
    -88kg World Pro Gi Champion: Andre Galvao
    IBJJF Pans Champion: Gustavo Campos
    IBJJF Mundials Champion: Romulo Barral
    IBJJF Brasileiro Champion: Felipe Pena
    IBJJF European Champion: Thiago S
     
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    Heavy
    -94kg World Pro Gi Champion: Braulio Estima
    IBJJF Pans Champion: Yuri Sim
     
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    Super Heavy
    -100kg World Pro Gi Champion: Rodolfo Vieira
    IBJJF Pans Champion: Luiz Panza
    IBJJF Mundials Champion: Bernardo Augusto Rocha de Faria
    IBJJF Brasileiro Champion: C
     
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    Ultra Heavy
    +100kg World Pro Gi Champion: Marcus Vin
     
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    Open
    World Pro Gi Champion: Marcus Vin
     
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    Random Stats

    19th Mundials of the Modern Era (1996 - )
    Of the 180 Male black belt golds won since 1996, Gracie Barra & offshoots have won 56 gold, Alliance & offshoots have won 53 gold, Gracie Humaita have won 22 golds, Nova Uniao have won 13 golds and Carlson Gracie Team & offshoots have won 11 gold

    Most Finals 1: Roger Gracie had been in his weight category final 7 years in a row, winning all 7

    Most Finals 2: Roger Gracie had been in the Absolute final 8 years in a row, winning 3

    Gracies: The Gracies have 14 Mundials titles, but only through 2 family members, Roger with 10 and Royler with 4.

    In a Row 1: Roberto “Roleta” and Cobrinha have both won the Pan Ams and the Mundials 3 years in a row.

    In a Row 2: Royler, Robson, Bruno and Cobrinha have won their divisions 4 years in a row.

    In a Row 3: Saulo won a different weight division 4 years in a row (1997 - 2000 Medio, Pesado, Meio Pesado, Super Pesado).

    Biggest Trophy Cabinet 1: Only 4 men have won 10 or more medals at Black Belt: Xande Ribeiro (13), Roger (13), Saulo Ribeiro (10) and Rodrigo “Comprido” (10)

    Oh Brother 1: Xande & Saulo Ribiero, Leo & Ricardo Vieira, Roberto & Rafael Correa (aka gordinho & Gordo) and Gui & Rafa Mendes are all brothers who have been world champion.

    Oh Brother 2: Gui & Rafa Mendes are the only ones of the 3 brothers who have been world champion simultaneously and they have achieved this feat twice

    A Double Double: A number of well-known players have come close with 3 out of 4 titles, but only Rodolfo Vieira (2011) and Marcus “Buchecha” (2012, 2013) have ever held double gold at the Pans and Mundials in the same calendar year.

    Seven Year Itch: Biggest gap between titles was shared by Robson Moura who won his 4th title in 2000 and his 5th in 2007 and by Gabriel Vella, who took his first in 2002 and his most recent in 2009 but last year Gabriel Moraes took his 2nd title in 2013, 9 years after his maiden black belt tile in 2004.

    All your base are belong to us: In recent years we have grown accustomed to seeing Alliance take a number of the Black Belt Titles each year, but the most dominant performance was 2002 when Gracie Barra took 8 of the available 10 Gold.

    Two’s company: Only two non-Brazilians have ever taken Black Belt Gold at the Mundials, former UFC Champion BJ Penn in 2000 and Rafael Lovato Jr in 2007 (a year he did the Grand Slam, winning all 4 IBJJF Majors).


    Ten Time Champion
    Roger Gracie

    Six Time Champion
    Alexandre Ribeiro

    Five Time Champion
    Bruno Malfacine
    Marcelo Garcia
    Robson Moura
    Saulo Ribeiro

    Four Time Champion
    Fabio Gurgel
    Marcus “Buchecha“ Almeida
    Roberto “Roleta” Magalh
     
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    Good stuff as usual. I agree with most of your picks but I'm a bit surprised you don't Have Satoshi at lightweight. If I remember correctly his record is really good against both Langhi and Lepri. Also, I'm a bit surprised to see you have Yuri Simoes over Bernardo.
     
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    Love your stats man!
     
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    Yep, thanks for doing this J Sho!
     
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    SuperSuperRambo Senior Moderator Senior Moderator

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    Was waiting for this, thanks!
     
  16. BJJArsenal

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    Good picks but a couple surprises, such as leaving Paulo out of the final for Light-Feather, as well as leaving Keenan out of the semi's for Medium Heavy.

    Great read, thanks J Sho.
     
  17. El Patron77

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    great post. KUDOS!
     
  18. Uchi Mata

    Uchi Mata Preaching the gospel of heel hooks and left kicks

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    Interesting you have Santana beating Keenan. I don't see it. I think Keenan will make it to the semis and lose to Braulio or Barral (don't know which he'd fight, haven't seen the brackets).
     
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    Thanks for the write up! Did the Miyaos do the absolute at pans?
     
  20. BJJArsenal

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    Didn't see them do it
     

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