Feb. 7, 2022

ADCC S. American trials

ADCC S. American trials

In this episode the guys talk ADCC S. American trials. Each division competitors is discussed as well as DREAM match ups and who they think could make it to the finals.

Transcript
WEBVTT 1 00:00:00.120 --> 00:00:20.670 This is the motivation, everybody. Welcome to another episode of Jujit that's coast 2 00:00:20.710 --> 00:00:24.019 to coast the podcast. It talks about what's important on and off the mats. 3 00:00:24.579 --> 00:00:28.300 I'm ready to go another round of Jiujitsu talk. I got cousin aunt 4 00:00:28.420 --> 00:00:32.020 on what's going on, Cuz how you doing tonight? I'm doing good, 5 00:00:32.100 --> 00:00:36.130 man, doing good. Can't wait for this. These trials coming up, 6 00:00:36.170 --> 00:00:40.530 the west coast trials coming up, but many the Brazilian trials. They looked 7 00:00:40.609 --> 00:00:43.729 interesting. I got to see some of those fighters and I'm really looking forward 8 00:00:43.729 --> 00:00:47.009 to the conversation and I heck, yeah, Hey, yeah, we got 9 00:00:48.210 --> 00:00:53.039 the last round of North American trials, west coast edition, going down the 10 00:00:53.200 --> 00:00:57.039 weekend of is it April? Two and third? Cuz, yeah, Ay, 11 00:00:57.079 --> 00:00:59.759 go, second and third. That's correct. Yeah, you're right. 12 00:01:00.200 --> 00:01:03.479 So me and cousin Anne have punched our tickets. We will be there. 13 00:01:03.799 --> 00:01:07.390 We're gonna get you guys interviews behind the scenes. Shit, we're going to 14 00:01:07.430 --> 00:01:11.510 let you know what size I sie. Andrea gaval really gets. Gonna get 15 00:01:11.549 --> 00:01:17.109 to the bottom of that. Meanwhile, we just wrapped up South American trials, 16 00:01:17.269 --> 00:01:21.379 Cuz it was a breath of fresh air. I'll just say that before 17 00:01:21.379 --> 00:01:25.219 I'm going to leave some surprises for the listeners out there. Let you know 18 00:01:25.299 --> 00:01:29.980 what ended up happening. But let me just start by seeing that there is 19 00:01:30.060 --> 00:01:34.370 a distinct difference between North American a DCC trials and South American, from what 20 00:01:34.489 --> 00:01:38.769 I've been able to see so far. Why is that? Cuz There's the 21 00:01:38.930 --> 00:01:45.810 styles are just way different. You know, there there's literally like intermediate to 22 00:01:45.969 --> 00:01:51.040 know wrestling involved in Jude in the Brazilian aside. From what I've seen, 23 00:01:52.120 --> 00:01:53.760 it instantly gets to the MAT. You know, even if one guy pulls 24 00:01:53.840 --> 00:01:57.480 guard right our way, he's not playing no leglot game. He's not trying 25 00:01:57.519 --> 00:02:02.430 to grabbing, he's just pulling guard and he's going into into something right away. 26 00:02:04.230 --> 00:02:07.629 I gotta say that I really, I rather enjoyed watching these trials a 27 00:02:07.830 --> 00:02:10.909 little bit more than the last round of the American, North American trials, 28 00:02:10.949 --> 00:02:14.909 to be honest. Okay, okay, yeah, I did. You know 29 00:02:14.949 --> 00:02:17.539 what I did notice when I was watching the Brazilians? It seemed like it 30 00:02:17.819 --> 00:02:23.379 was just one that I can I did. I can remember. Who Was 31 00:02:23.460 --> 00:02:28.259 it? I want to say was Costa. Was it Costa? Okay, 32 00:02:28.300 --> 00:02:30.169 yeah, yeah, yeah, I think it was a little more like wrestling 33 00:02:30.250 --> 00:02:34.050 in that one. there. What you know? Yeah, Joel cotton. 34 00:02:34.090 --> 00:02:37.449 That was in the under ninety nine Kilo Division. Joel Cos yeah, you 35 00:02:37.530 --> 00:02:40.330 know, and it's a coney. Yeah, those all I mean. That's 36 00:02:40.370 --> 00:02:45.360 what I'm saying. Like, if you watch that match and we're expecting to 37 00:02:45.400 --> 00:02:49.719 watch high level wrestling, you were be SAR sorily mistaken. You're in for 38 00:02:49.840 --> 00:02:53.560 a disc nothing but disappointment. But it wasn't mean it was an interesting match. 39 00:02:53.680 --> 00:02:57.560 No Guy could really do much, you know, I write honestly. 40 00:02:57.599 --> 00:03:00.310 It was hardened. It's they who won that match, even though Joe ended 41 00:03:00.349 --> 00:03:02.990 up taking the decision. Right, right, yeah, he won, by 42 00:03:04.030 --> 00:03:07.110 the way, one by yeah, yeah, I did. I'm going to 43 00:03:07.270 --> 00:03:10.870 overtime and it was ended up going into referee decision. So he did. 44 00:03:10.990 --> 00:03:16.139 He did win. I hope he brings his a game, because is that 45 00:03:16.379 --> 00:03:20.939 under that ninety food division? Was He in the under ninety nine division? 46 00:03:20.979 --> 00:03:24.340 Under nine? It's got some now we'll get to the competitors in that. 47 00:03:24.460 --> 00:03:31.530 Listen a little bit, but there are some motherfucking shock coming out for sure. 48 00:03:31.650 --> 00:03:35.610 Man. They ain't playing around. They are not playing around. So 49 00:03:35.849 --> 00:03:39.650 he is definitely going to have to from here until September. What is it? 50 00:03:39.729 --> 00:03:43.680 September? Is that when the real ADCC goes down? Yes, that 51 00:03:43.840 --> 00:03:47.080 September, seventeen and eighteen and Las Vegas. That's amazing championship. He's got 52 00:03:47.199 --> 00:03:52.800 until he's got until September to get his wrestling game up and he's going to 53 00:03:52.919 --> 00:03:54.830 need it for the bracket, for the division that he's in. Like I 54 00:03:54.870 --> 00:03:58.830 said, he's got some killers. We'll get down to that in a little 55 00:03:58.870 --> 00:04:01.550 bit. One of the main differences that I did see, though, guys 56 00:04:01.590 --> 00:04:04.389 out there listening, maybe you didn't get the chance to watch because you were 57 00:04:04.430 --> 00:04:09.270 busy at work or you got the family. When you you get a chance 58 00:04:09.310 --> 00:04:11.860 to check it out, though, but there was not a lot of guard 59 00:04:12.020 --> 00:04:14.099 play. I mean, well, I'm I'm sorry, there was a lot 60 00:04:14.180 --> 00:04:16.740 of guard play, but there was not a lot of footlot play. There 61 00:04:16.899 --> 00:04:20.540 was very little of that going on. In fact, I started watching it 62 00:04:21.019 --> 00:04:25.730 and then after a while, I mean maybe after like thirty minutes of watching 63 00:04:25.810 --> 00:04:28.970 matches, because there was they had like formats going on at the same time, 64 00:04:29.529 --> 00:04:31.370 so I was flipping around after different matches would end, that would go 65 00:04:31.410 --> 00:04:33.730 to the next match and whatnot. But I would say it was a good 66 00:04:33.810 --> 00:04:39.480 thirty to forty five minutes into watching these matches when I noticed, Huh, 67 00:04:40.000 --> 00:04:43.120 there's not a lot of leglock game being played out here. In fact, 68 00:04:43.120 --> 00:04:46.319 I haven't seen anybody go for any leglock. And then, as soon as 69 00:04:46.319 --> 00:04:49.600 I said that, guess what, laylocks for a heel hook and they won 70 00:04:49.680 --> 00:04:54.069 by Heel Hook. Dude ended up having to get carted off. Oh, 71 00:04:55.069 --> 00:05:00.670 which one was that? was that the is ric are, the Riki Rique, 72 00:05:00.790 --> 00:05:03.709 or or was that res? Was that? Yes, I had that 73 00:05:04.149 --> 00:05:09.060 the submission by I don't remember, because the guy did. The guy we 74 00:05:09.139 --> 00:05:12.100 didn't end up when ended up winning his bracket. This was early on. 75 00:05:12.300 --> 00:05:15.379 The guy ended up having another match and in the very next round, his 76 00:05:15.540 --> 00:05:19.379 next match, he got heel hooked. But he will he I mean he 77 00:05:19.620 --> 00:05:23.930 probably a little more familiar with the game and he was able to tap before 78 00:05:24.050 --> 00:05:27.329 there was any damage able to be done. So he was able to walk 79 00:05:27.370 --> 00:05:30.410 off. But he did lose. Okay, okay, did I could see 80 00:05:30.449 --> 00:05:35.000 some people going for straight heat, straight ankle looks, but the but the 81 00:05:35.279 --> 00:05:40.079 submission or I'm sorry, as far as going for like heel hooks, that 82 00:05:40.319 --> 00:05:44.720 was almost very, very little heel hook game being played at all. And 83 00:05:45.399 --> 00:05:48.040 I just I mean it just made me think back to like when I first 84 00:05:48.040 --> 00:05:50.829 started Jiu Jitsu. I mean I started a lot. I mean I've been 85 00:05:50.870 --> 00:05:56.110 to add it for us for so long that when I first started, leglocks 86 00:05:56.189 --> 00:06:00.389 were taboo. They were were like you didn't even you barely even talked about 87 00:06:00.470 --> 00:06:03.300 those, much less did them in the class. You know, we're during 88 00:06:03.459 --> 00:06:08.060 rolling. You know. It was only every once in a while when maybe 89 00:06:08.300 --> 00:06:11.540 a guy from the outside would drop in and he would heal hook. I 90 00:06:11.620 --> 00:06:14.500 mean not he'll hook, but he was straight ankle lock somebody, and then 91 00:06:14.579 --> 00:06:16.220 everybody would be like all that said ankle lock or do you know what I 92 00:06:16.300 --> 00:06:20.209 mean? Huh? It just it wasn't. I mean you might learn the 93 00:06:20.329 --> 00:06:26.009 straight ankle lock for like a day and then you never talk about it again. 94 00:06:26.769 --> 00:06:30.050 And for sure we didn't talk about heel hooking people. And seem like 95 00:06:30.129 --> 00:06:32.600 it was it was a lot bigger on the east coast. That's something I 96 00:06:32.680 --> 00:06:35.759 kind of noticed, like traveling back and forth between the East Coast and the 97 00:06:35.800 --> 00:06:42.079 West Coast. I seem like it seemed like the east coast was a step 98 00:06:42.160 --> 00:06:45.959 ahead on the like late game. It seemed like it was a lot bigger 99 00:06:46.000 --> 00:06:47.350 out there for some reason. I don't know why. Maybe you do, 100 00:06:48.069 --> 00:06:51.670 but it just seemed like it would. I saw more people, you know, 101 00:06:51.910 --> 00:06:55.990 doing it or knowing about it or, you know, making that like 102 00:06:56.069 --> 00:06:58.709 a priority in their game, versus when I would come out to the west 103 00:06:58.790 --> 00:07:00.819 coast and see it was still kind of like growing, is it? Did 104 00:07:01.100 --> 00:07:04.259 you notice that or is that a reason for that? I mean, that's 105 00:07:04.259 --> 00:07:06.379 just the way it is. You know what I mean? Like back, 106 00:07:06.860 --> 00:07:12.300 like old school Jiu Jitsu. You honestly, they're pretty much ignored from the 107 00:07:12.379 --> 00:07:15.220 waist down. There was no, very little. I mean they taught me 108 00:07:15.420 --> 00:07:18.290 bars, but you didn't do it too often for sure. You didn't do 109 00:07:18.410 --> 00:07:21.170 no heel hooks. You know, it was kind of like hey, that 110 00:07:21.370 --> 00:07:25.889 that's off limits. You know, we don't want to destroy people's careers because 111 00:07:25.889 --> 00:07:29.370 that's tech. He what could happen if you get a you get stuck in 112 00:07:29.410 --> 00:07:32.120 a really bad he look your knee, your ligaments are just going to explode 113 00:07:32.160 --> 00:07:35.519 and you you ain't going to do nothing for a long time. Maybe I 114 00:07:35.800 --> 00:07:41.279 ever as far as Jiujutsu goes, and so to me it kind of just 115 00:07:41.560 --> 00:07:44.910 it was like, you know, I remember one of my first coaches. 116 00:07:44.990 --> 00:07:47.149 He's like you're not going to learn no leg locks until you're at least a 117 00:07:47.230 --> 00:07:50.790 blue belt, and to me it kind of I mean it made sense because 118 00:07:50.790 --> 00:07:55.110 at that point you you know, you have a better feel for for what 119 00:07:55.269 --> 00:07:59.819 you're capable of. You know you recognize and respect the game enough to know 120 00:07:59.980 --> 00:08:03.180 that you can break someone's limb in an instant, yes or no? Yes, 121 00:08:03.300 --> 00:08:05.860 and I don't know that right away. You just you when you first 122 00:08:05.899 --> 00:08:09.540 step onto the mats, that's not something you're even thinking of. So you 123 00:08:09.699 --> 00:08:13.970 know even and as a Bluebell you're more cognisant of your training partners. Even 124 00:08:15.050 --> 00:08:18.569 you know. You know that if you lay back right away a certain way, 125 00:08:18.610 --> 00:08:20.009 you could break a bone and that person is not going to be there 126 00:08:20.050 --> 00:08:24.610 to train no more. Yeah Right. So, versus doing that as a 127 00:08:24.649 --> 00:08:28.600 white belt when you're like you don't know, you just you're just doing what 128 00:08:28.720 --> 00:08:31.639 you think you're biding doing. Next, no, snap, cracker, pop. 129 00:08:31.240 --> 00:08:35.519 Yeah. So in a way it was it was kind of like, 130 00:08:35.600 --> 00:08:39.320 like I said, it was taboos forbidding. You didn't do that until much 131 00:08:39.320 --> 00:08:43.950 later in your Jiujitsu career, because it's kind of like you have to learn 132 00:08:43.950 --> 00:08:46.990 a certain level of respect and responsibility for yourself, for the art and for 133 00:08:48.070 --> 00:08:52.789 your training partners. You know, it's kind of like would you give a 134 00:08:54.070 --> 00:09:00.059 first day at high school math teacher on the west side a gun to control 135 00:09:00.139 --> 00:09:05.179 their class? Fuck that, fucket, mistake and a half. You know, 136 00:09:05.740 --> 00:09:07.700 you would be like, you know what, as a matter of fact, 137 00:09:07.700 --> 00:09:11.529 let's not put this teacher in this class, different class, and let's 138 00:09:11.529 --> 00:09:15.970 when someone who can handle that. But for sure you're not going to give 139 00:09:16.009 --> 00:09:20.610 someone a daily weapon on day one. Right, right, and and we're 140 00:09:20.690 --> 00:09:24.399 as right now. I'm not saying that's what happens now, but as of 141 00:09:24.519 --> 00:09:28.840 now a lot more schools are are aware of the leg blog game and they 142 00:09:28.879 --> 00:09:33.720 do start teaching it early on. You know, I'm okay with I mean 143 00:09:33.000 --> 00:09:39.549 everyone's everyone's school is different and everyone's school can be ran in any way they 144 00:09:39.629 --> 00:09:41.789 want because it's their school. I mean, I got no I got no 145 00:09:41.870 --> 00:09:45.549 if I got no complaints about it, you know, just let me know 146 00:09:45.590 --> 00:09:48.029 ahead of time, you know, but as far as I go, every 147 00:09:48.110 --> 00:09:50.309 time I roll I'm just assumed. I mean date that's in the game. 148 00:09:50.750 --> 00:09:54.299 It's on the table. You know, we're not saying okay, right, 149 00:09:54.419 --> 00:09:56.220 I didn't check that box. I didn't check that box. This is Jiu 150 00:09:56.220 --> 00:10:01.019 Jitsu, this is chess, you know, and when you're playing chest you 151 00:10:01.059 --> 00:10:03.779 don't say, I know, you can't use your bishops like that. Nan, 152 00:10:03.419 --> 00:10:05.299 you can't. Are, you can't. I don't even know if there's 153 00:10:05.299 --> 00:10:09.649 a bishop in the game. I'm making that name, but I can't use 154 00:10:09.690 --> 00:10:11.769 that in a certain way. If you don't see, you know what I 155 00:10:11.809 --> 00:10:13.370 mean, you gotta let yeah, I mean when you're playing the game you're 156 00:10:13.370 --> 00:10:18.330 just assuming everything is is okay, all right, right, all right. 157 00:10:18.409 --> 00:10:22.639 So I'm totally okay with a leglog game. I'm totally any time I roll 158 00:10:22.759 --> 00:10:26.879 with someone and they I'm mean, I'm thankful that my training partners do ask 159 00:10:26.919 --> 00:10:31.039 and that's just off. That's a credit to the character of the people that 160 00:10:31.159 --> 00:10:35.710 we train with, because not everybody is open to that and they might not 161 00:10:35.909 --> 00:10:39.190 even be ready for it, you know, right, right, and when 162 00:10:39.269 --> 00:10:41.590 they're in those type of positions, I mean, I've heard it. You've 163 00:10:41.629 --> 00:10:46.149 heard it, Sneah, it's not a nice it's not a nice sound. 164 00:10:46.230 --> 00:10:52.379 It's very it's stage with the heart working sound and stays. Yeah, stay, 165 00:10:52.659 --> 00:10:54.019 yeah, yeah, definitely, definitely. You know what I mean. 166 00:10:54.100 --> 00:10:58.580 It comes down to a handful of times that you really really remember what happened 167 00:10:58.659 --> 00:11:03.820 that in what you were doing, and and I feel bad for the people 168 00:11:03.019 --> 00:11:07.210 that. Not only do I feel bad for the people that get caught in 169 00:11:07.289 --> 00:11:09.690 those positions, but I feel bad for the people that got that person caught 170 00:11:09.730 --> 00:11:13.289 in that position because I'm sure they weren't aware of what was about to happen. 171 00:11:13.330 --> 00:11:18.759 Yeah, yeah, for sure, kind of given a little give it. 172 00:11:18.000 --> 00:11:20.320 I'll go back to the gun reference. kind of like giving little gun 173 00:11:20.360 --> 00:11:24.360 to a little kid and then something happens and you're like, oh well, 174 00:11:24.399 --> 00:11:28.200 why'd you give the gun to the kid? Well, I mean it's it's 175 00:11:28.200 --> 00:11:33.590 a it's out there, you know. Yeah, educate yourself, know what's 176 00:11:33.590 --> 00:11:37.870 going on before you start a roll. Let Your partner, Hey, I'm 177 00:11:37.870 --> 00:11:39.590 going to be going for this. Is that cool? And if they're cool 178 00:11:39.629 --> 00:11:43.149 with it, cool, and if not, then it maybe not. Not 179 00:11:43.389 --> 00:11:48.379 My leglock game is definitely not for everybody right, but at the same time, 180 00:11:48.500 --> 00:11:50.659 also, even if you, like say, you forget to bring it 181 00:11:50.659 --> 00:11:54.059 up or just be mindful, be mindful to your partner and any think if 182 00:11:54.059 --> 00:11:58.659 you're going to try something new or something that's you know, you're maybe not, 183 00:11:58.980 --> 00:12:03.009 like you haven't mastered yet, or even the counter or anything like that, 184 00:12:03.610 --> 00:12:05.450 whether it's an arm, you know, an upper body extremity or a 185 00:12:05.529 --> 00:12:09.809 lower body semy, just be conscious of your worked out partner and hey, 186 00:12:09.889 --> 00:12:13.610 you know what he's into it. You know, take it something you don't. 187 00:12:13.610 --> 00:12:16.080 I mean, this isn't a match and not competition. You don't have 188 00:12:16.200 --> 00:12:18.759 to win. You know what I mean? Like it's not you know, 189 00:12:18.919 --> 00:12:20.799 give or dive points or anything. You are you gonna do is slap hands 190 00:12:20.840 --> 00:12:24.480 and try again. That's all what happened. Fuck that, Cuz every round 191 00:12:24.639 --> 00:12:33.389 is gold medal ATCC final. Watch out, I'm bringing it. Oh Man, 192 00:12:33.470 --> 00:12:35.710 I'm joking. I'm joking, but that. But honestly, going back 193 00:12:35.750 --> 00:12:39.990 to the ATCC South American trials, that was what I noticed right away. 194 00:12:41.590 --> 00:12:46.139 I also noticed that there wasn't a lot of stalling. There wasn't a lot. 195 00:12:46.179 --> 00:12:48.659 Mean there were some matches that had no points. You do mean exactly 196 00:12:48.700 --> 00:12:52.940 like that? Under Ninety Nine key little division finals? That was pretty boring. 197 00:12:52.980 --> 00:12:56.539 That was a little hard to watch, just watching two people not knowing 198 00:12:56.659 --> 00:13:01.490 how to wrestle. Would you think about that match? Yeah, you know 199 00:13:01.570 --> 00:13:05.450 what I with that match. It look there. You're huge guys. I 200 00:13:05.529 --> 00:13:07.529 mean I was at first thing. You know, it's lots of muscle, 201 00:13:07.730 --> 00:13:11.929 huge guys, very strong. But it just seemed like a shoving match. 202 00:13:11.970 --> 00:13:13.480 It seemed like, like you said, like it was a start of a 203 00:13:13.519 --> 00:13:18.120 wrestling match and that's where it kind of ended. They're shoving each other. 204 00:13:18.320 --> 00:13:20.279 I mean they were getting close to the end of the of the the mat 205 00:13:20.720 --> 00:13:24.559 even, and they were going into the crowd. Know, it was that 206 00:13:24.720 --> 00:13:28.350 much of like a shoving competition, and so was that. I really watched 207 00:13:28.429 --> 00:13:31.149 that, not the table over. There was a match that I was watching 208 00:13:31.190 --> 00:13:33.149 that knocked the table over and the stream messed up for a little while. 209 00:13:33.710 --> 00:13:37.470 I don't remember. I don't think that was it. I didn't catch that 210 00:13:37.710 --> 00:13:43.259 that part. I might have missed that little bit, but I was remembered 211 00:13:43.340 --> 00:13:46.019 like a couple times them going into the crowd, like the guys are sitting 212 00:13:46.019 --> 00:13:50.659 around the mat in the same area and they've already moved far from the center 213 00:13:50.700 --> 00:13:54.220 of the Mat and they're into the crowd, you know, and now it 214 00:13:54.299 --> 00:13:56.570 didn't seem like they're stopping even when they get into the crowd and someone's like, 215 00:13:58.330 --> 00:14:01.370 you know, they're already at the back of the the crowd before like, 216 00:14:01.450 --> 00:14:05.370 okay, let's reset, like come on, guys, like let's do 217 00:14:05.529 --> 00:14:07.570 something. So, yeah, you know what, that one was a little 218 00:14:07.929 --> 00:14:11.480 born to me, but they look dangerous, they look like they have they 219 00:14:11.559 --> 00:14:15.480 did get to the matter or something. I was expecting more. Definitely, 220 00:14:15.639 --> 00:14:20.960 definitely expecting more. That is a great way to in that. Yeah, 221 00:14:20.600 --> 00:14:26.149 but what about that under seventy seven kilogram division? Let's just you know who, 222 00:14:26.269 --> 00:14:30.190 let's start at the bottom. Let's start at the bottom and work our 223 00:14:30.230 --> 00:14:33.950 way up. I didn't get to watch too much of all of the matches, 224 00:14:33.990 --> 00:14:37.389 but I did watch all the finals matches. Right right under sixty six 225 00:14:37.470 --> 00:14:43.019 POEL division. We had the Diogo of race from fight sport. I have 226 00:14:43.659 --> 00:14:46.820 him in action but prior and he is very explosive. He's got a really 227 00:14:46.860 --> 00:14:52.809 good passing game. I mean he's training with Mika and Cyborg a daylong, 228 00:14:52.889 --> 00:14:56.730 so he's got killers around him, all around him, and so he's just 229 00:14:56.809 --> 00:15:03.289 gotten better and better and better. There was a distinct cardio difference in this 230 00:15:03.450 --> 00:15:05.330 match and I feel like that's what it ended up coming down to. So 231 00:15:05.769 --> 00:15:11.639 dyogo ended up taking on Diego Bato. Oh Year, I'm sorry, Diego 232 00:15:11.720 --> 00:15:15.960 Bato, yeah, Diego Bato Oliver and the finals. He ended up winning 233 00:15:16.000 --> 00:15:20.240 by decision. I think that. Did that match go into one round of 234 00:15:20.279 --> 00:15:24.029 overtime? Cuz Um, I don't think so. I don't think that I 235 00:15:24.110 --> 00:15:28.870 wanted to overtime. I just know that it went to I remember that they 236 00:15:28.909 --> 00:15:31.909 went to the decision, but I would I do remember is I think it 237 00:15:31.070 --> 00:15:39.019 was reese. It was like he went for a takedown and Diego got up 238 00:15:39.179 --> 00:15:43.340 and it was like he didn't even wait and he just charged that dude right 239 00:15:43.500 --> 00:15:46.379 to like didn't even give it to give us. I that wasn't one that 240 00:15:46.460 --> 00:15:48.740 heat. I do remember. Now I'm remembering the match. It did go 241 00:15:48.820 --> 00:15:54.210 into one round of overtime and I remember there were three distinct parts in the 242 00:15:54.330 --> 00:16:00.730 match where he had he had bottle down. He almost had his back earlier 243 00:16:00.889 --> 00:16:03.480 on. In the first takedown he had his back and he just got back 244 00:16:03.480 --> 00:16:07.960 up and he let it get back up. And the second time, I 245 00:16:07.039 --> 00:16:11.720 think that was when what you just explain, when he shot in, he 246 00:16:11.159 --> 00:16:15.919 he he stuffed it, but he stood straight back up and then he just 247 00:16:17.080 --> 00:16:19.830 blasted him again and then you let him back up again. And then the 248 00:16:21.149 --> 00:16:22.669 third time he took them down. was when he finally took his back. 249 00:16:25.149 --> 00:16:27.389 But by then, I think that was when when I realized what he was 250 00:16:27.470 --> 00:16:32.110 doing. I think he knew that he could keep up a pace that bottle 251 00:16:32.389 --> 00:16:36.980 just could not, could not keep up with, because bottle started off hot. 252 00:16:37.460 --> 00:16:40.299 He was using a lot of pressure, look like he was using a 253 00:16:40.340 --> 00:16:45.820 lot of strength to try to pass and he just could not pass Yogos guard 254 00:16:45.500 --> 00:16:51.850 and they ended up starting the matchup and that created some scrambling or some takedown 255 00:16:51.850 --> 00:16:57.009 positions and the race took prime. He just took advantage of those and was 256 00:16:57.090 --> 00:17:00.600 able to secure the back. Held it for a little while butto got out, 257 00:17:02.399 --> 00:17:06.920 but he ended up having the better positioning for the longer time. Bottle 258 00:17:06.960 --> 00:17:10.440 didn't do really he didn't do anything. He didn't pass his guard, he 259 00:17:10.559 --> 00:17:15.349 didn't get a takedown, he didn't almost have a submission locked in. It 260 00:17:15.509 --> 00:17:18.390 was an easy reft decision. I mean if you were a reff and you're 261 00:17:18.509 --> 00:17:22.109 if you were the raft watching that fight or a judge, I'm sorry, 262 00:17:22.309 --> 00:17:25.430 you probably would have gave it to race as well. So I got no 263 00:17:25.549 --> 00:17:30.819 problem with that decision and Yogo just punched his ticket to the under sixty six 264 00:17:30.859 --> 00:17:36.259 Keel gram division, and let's switch over and let's see who's in that division 265 00:17:36.299 --> 00:17:38.859 right now. So as of right now we got one round of the ATCC 266 00:17:40.019 --> 00:17:44.099 South American trials in the books, with one more to go and one more 267 00:17:44.259 --> 00:17:48.569 North American trials coming up. We just mentioned that earlier. As of right 268 00:17:48.650 --> 00:17:52.410 now, we have Ashley Williams, who is the winner of the European trials, 269 00:17:52.529 --> 00:17:56.890 the under again, my under sixty six keels division, the North American 270 00:17:56.970 --> 00:18:02.720 trial winner, Cole Baby Face Abote, art of Art of Jiu Jitsu, 271 00:18:02.960 --> 00:18:07.440 and then we have the previous ADCC winner, candy maco, who's been invited. 272 00:18:07.960 --> 00:18:12.910 So let Dyogo race, welcome to that division. I'm looking forward to 273 00:18:12.990 --> 00:18:18.789 what you got left or what your can do in that division. Let's see 274 00:18:18.829 --> 00:18:21.549 who else joins that division and then we can pick a winner. That's going 275 00:18:21.630 --> 00:18:25.309 to be a really good show. Next bracket, Cuz or, the next 276 00:18:25.390 --> 00:18:32.220 vision is the men's seventy seven kilogram division. That was the finals. Was 277 00:18:32.859 --> 00:18:37.019 Mika taking on my g hage. Did you get a chance to watch that 278 00:18:37.140 --> 00:18:41.849 match, Cuz, please brow I watch all of his matches. I watched 279 00:18:41.930 --> 00:18:45.970 all of my Mike is micaus matches. Damn, they didn't last long. 280 00:18:47.049 --> 00:18:51.769 And how long did that take? Looking for all the matches? I less 281 00:18:51.769 --> 00:18:56.680 than five minutes. That dude back to hood, man. Huh. I 282 00:18:56.759 --> 00:18:59.720 can't wait to see him when he when he comes out here. Man. 283 00:18:59.839 --> 00:19:03.680 That I mean eighteen years old. He was just like triangle, Chilkes, 284 00:19:03.759 --> 00:19:07.559 arm bars, like he didn't it didn't matter. It mean like you were 285 00:19:07.640 --> 00:19:10.710 talking about, like people not really going for leg lock stuff. That was 286 00:19:10.789 --> 00:19:14.589 the dude right there. He just made it look too, too easy to 287 00:19:14.910 --> 00:19:18.750 use going for everything. He was going for something different in every match. 288 00:19:18.829 --> 00:19:22.029 It just yeah, and just what? Why? Watching him do Jiu Jitsu, 289 00:19:22.069 --> 00:19:26.339 dude, it's like watching an artist at work. I just can't just 290 00:19:26.579 --> 00:19:30.019 like it all of everything. I'm like, what was that hand grip? 291 00:19:30.660 --> 00:19:34.180 Look at where his leg plays. Me was how did he get his leg 292 00:19:34.420 --> 00:19:41.809 he like he sees submissions two or three steps before his opponent even realizes it. 293 00:19:41.970 --> 00:19:42.890 You know what I mean? Like right. Think it was in his 294 00:19:44.009 --> 00:19:48.690 first match when he pulled guard right away and then he got into some crazy 295 00:19:48.730 --> 00:19:53.079 scramble and in the scramble he ended up coming up in the like Coyote Guard 296 00:19:53.200 --> 00:19:56.039 position and then from there, next thing you know, he's got an arm 297 00:19:56.359 --> 00:20:00.000 and he's got a arm bar. Yeah, and it was, wasn't it? 298 00:20:00.079 --> 00:20:02.440 From like the top, he was like on top of them. Yeah, 299 00:20:02.559 --> 00:20:04.079 slidey, like almost a top of the dude. Yeah, Yes, 300 00:20:04.480 --> 00:20:07.670 and he just laziness on this arm bar and it was just it was solid. 301 00:20:07.869 --> 00:20:11.910 You could even gonna do it. Probably Watch that like at Least Fifteen, 302 00:20:12.269 --> 00:20:17.029 fifteen to twenty times already. I'll watch it another fifteen to twenty times 303 00:20:17.069 --> 00:20:22.259 right after this again. But he just he sees submissions in his sleep. 304 00:20:22.980 --> 00:20:29.140 You know, he ended up. He subbed everybody on his way to the 305 00:20:29.180 --> 00:20:34.849 finals, including his his opponent in the finals. And Dude, he didn't 306 00:20:34.849 --> 00:20:37.809 even need that much time. I was it like two and a half minutes, 307 00:20:37.930 --> 00:20:41.970 three minutes. Yeah, he like him over the trying yeah, Yo, 308 00:20:42.049 --> 00:20:45.410 yeah, locked in a triangle against his opponent, Magie Hage, who 309 00:20:45.890 --> 00:20:51.160 magied was fucking shit up to I watch all of his matches and he was 310 00:20:51.279 --> 00:20:56.839 seven everybody to. He was on fire, man. Yeah, but he 311 00:20:56.880 --> 00:21:00.559 didn't look like it when he went up against Mika Gosh. He got that 312 00:21:00.720 --> 00:21:03.670 triangle. He was fighting it and fighting it, but Mika he at one 313 00:21:03.710 --> 00:21:07.630 point it kind of like loosened up, but he got it sixty right back 314 00:21:07.710 --> 00:21:11.549 in and it was like once he had that, it's like he said he 315 00:21:11.589 --> 00:21:12.670 would go for a lake and then you go for an arm. Why? 316 00:21:14.269 --> 00:21:17.509 He was looking for anything you put. You gave him. He gave my 317 00:21:17.589 --> 00:21:18.859 arm, you gave him an ankle, you gave him a plinky. He 318 00:21:18.980 --> 00:21:25.299 was submitting. Yeah, yeah, he was snatching arms all to all day 319 00:21:25.339 --> 00:21:30.740 yesterday, for sure, for sure, and he snatched my Jean's head with 320 00:21:30.940 --> 00:21:34.009 a guillotine and from there he worked in. He climbed his guard up right 321 00:21:34.089 --> 00:21:37.410 away, locked in a triangle. He didn't lock it in right away, 322 00:21:37.609 --> 00:21:41.089 he almost right and then he worked way in until he was able to lock 323 00:21:41.130 --> 00:21:44.930 it in, and once it was locked in, it was game over. 324 00:21:45.529 --> 00:21:51.759 Yeah, cool to Mika Mika again next punching his ticket into the men seventy 325 00:21:51.799 --> 00:21:55.960 seven kilograund division. Let's take a look at that division, Cuz, all 326 00:21:56.000 --> 00:22:02.069 right, returning champion, Jay Te Toure's one of my favorite thats just a 327 00:22:02.750 --> 00:22:07.390 cool ass dude. Awesome, awesome top game, just crazy pressure, crazy 328 00:22:07.509 --> 00:22:14.789 passes. Love watching him compete. Following him we have Oliver Taza winning the 329 00:22:14.829 --> 00:22:23.140 European trials. We have youngster kid Routlo, for first time CC tournament. 330 00:22:23.259 --> 00:22:27.859 Congratulations just winning the North American trials. And then we have several people who 331 00:22:27.940 --> 00:22:34.049 have already made invited by ADCC. So these guys have either wanted in the 332 00:22:34.170 --> 00:22:40.170 past when it recently, or they just get invited because they're fucking awesome Jiujiteo. 333 00:22:40.329 --> 00:22:45.319 So first person to be invited to this division lochland Giles, who was 334 00:22:45.880 --> 00:22:52.400 made a scome like a canniball splash into last time in the two thousand Nineteen 335 00:22:52.640 --> 00:22:57.559 Atcc Trials Watch it. Did a fantastic job in the absolute and in his 336 00:22:57.670 --> 00:23:03.430 way division, so I'm glad he got invited. Davy Ramos, who you 337 00:23:03.509 --> 00:23:07.750 might know, is the winner of grapple for the Cure. First Time they 338 00:23:07.789 --> 00:23:11.940 had the tournament here in Fresdom, he won it. Dabby Ramos invited as 339 00:23:12.019 --> 00:23:18.700 well. Lucas laprix from aleance Jiu Jitsu and Nikki Ryan from the B team 340 00:23:18.859 --> 00:23:26.619 being invited to the to the seventy seven kilogram division. So Mika go valval 341 00:23:26.859 --> 00:23:29.450 thrown into that mix. It's going to be there's going to be some awesome 342 00:23:29.490 --> 00:23:36.049 matches. I can't wait to see dovy Ramos versus versus Mika, or Meeka 343 00:23:36.170 --> 00:23:41.240 versus Nikki again, or meek go versus jat all do just meka versus Kate 344 00:23:41.720 --> 00:23:48.720 Oh nic that's one I want to see. Yes, there's so many good 345 00:23:48.759 --> 00:23:51.920 matchups in this division. And you know what we I mentioned all these laugh 346 00:23:52.079 --> 00:23:56.190 all these matchup, but I didn't say anything about Laughlin and Lacklin could do 347 00:23:56.230 --> 00:24:00.309 the same thing that he did the last time and just he will hook the 348 00:24:00.390 --> 00:24:03.750 shit out of everybody till he finds his way into the finals. So right, 349 00:24:03.910 --> 00:24:07.470 right, again, even key division. It's gonna be. It's stacked 350 00:24:07.589 --> 00:24:12.619 and we still have two, three more trials at least, you know, 351 00:24:12.819 --> 00:24:17.660 the North American, tr American trial one more time and I don't know if 352 00:24:17.740 --> 00:24:22.460 there's an African trials coming up, but regardless, we got it's it's already 353 00:24:22.500 --> 00:24:26.289 a deep ass pool. It is deep. The next matchup that I want 354 00:24:26.289 --> 00:24:30.609 to talk about in the eighty in the ATCC South American trials, is the 355 00:24:30.809 --> 00:24:33.809 eighty eight kilogram division, and in the finals it was Eizaki, by a 356 00:24:33.809 --> 00:24:40.079 nice from dream art, taking on Claudio Klassans, the veteran. I'm not 357 00:24:40.119 --> 00:24:42.119 sure if you were able to watch that match, because I did watch. 358 00:24:42.200 --> 00:24:47.720 I didn't that. Oh did. Yeah, well, you know what? 359 00:24:47.960 --> 00:24:55.069 It was a lot like the the reef fight match. I mean it was 360 00:24:55.150 --> 00:24:59.029 like that, a lot of pushing, but there there was more action in 361 00:24:59.150 --> 00:25:02.309 this one. It wasn't so much like, yeah, I'm gain. Yeah, 362 00:25:02.470 --> 00:25:04.549 did I see them try to camp stuff? I did see him try 363 00:25:04.589 --> 00:25:07.420 to go for you know, some take down the stuff, but it was 364 00:25:07.539 --> 00:25:14.539 really it's still was on that cusp of that just pushing who's stronger, almost 365 00:25:14.619 --> 00:25:18.619 that like almost greco wrestling type of just like I'm going to I want to 366 00:25:18.660 --> 00:25:22.210 push you around because I'm stronger and bigger than you. So, yeah, 367 00:25:22.250 --> 00:25:26.250 yeah, it was a lot of Teken. Yeah, especially after it was 368 00:25:26.289 --> 00:25:30.170 a little bit of technique. Not as much. Yes, yes, especially 369 00:25:30.210 --> 00:25:33.890 after watching Mica and or anything like that. That's what I'll respect. I 370 00:25:33.009 --> 00:25:36.880 was on that roll after that and it just kind of like slowed me down. 371 00:25:37.160 --> 00:25:42.359 Yeah, yeah, I mean Ezaki Punch. This ticky, for those 372 00:25:42.400 --> 00:25:45.799 of you that didn't know. AM shoot man, we should shoot. We 373 00:25:45.880 --> 00:25:49.029 had a disclaimer that there's going to be some spoilers in this. Sorry, 374 00:25:49.069 --> 00:25:55.150 yea, yeah, maybe we late, but better late than never. Spoilers. 375 00:25:55.190 --> 00:26:00.670 He's acting his ticket. He ended up leaning by penalty, and I 376 00:26:00.829 --> 00:26:03.269 mean if I would like to see one more round of this. You know, 377 00:26:03.750 --> 00:26:07.099 Claudio at the last within the last thirty seconds, look like he's he 378 00:26:07.259 --> 00:26:11.740 was getting desperate. He did try to make some things happen. He got 379 00:26:11.819 --> 00:26:15.140 really close, but it just wasn't enough and in the end he's a key 380 00:26:15.220 --> 00:26:18.460 wins by penalty and I kind of felt like he already knew he was going 381 00:26:18.500 --> 00:26:21.609 to win. So we kind of would really wasn't doing much towards the very 382 00:26:21.650 --> 00:26:25.210 end. Yeah, no, so, I mean, so question for you. 383 00:26:25.369 --> 00:26:27.809 So these penalties and areating, especially for like our audience. How did 384 00:26:27.890 --> 00:26:32.049 that come into play, like, you know, did they with it as 385 00:26:32.170 --> 00:26:33.640 like, you know, basketball, where you got a penalty because you did 386 00:26:33.759 --> 00:26:37.920 something wrong, you attacks on one or you hurt someone or whatever? or 387 00:26:37.160 --> 00:26:42.240 how did the penalties work in in Jiujitsu? It kind of just seems like 388 00:26:42.359 --> 00:26:45.519 it's usually a penalty for stalling. You know, maybe okay, it's just 389 00:26:45.640 --> 00:26:51.109 holding onto his opponent or he's not engaging. It could be he know, 390 00:26:51.230 --> 00:26:56.589 he's intentionally doing something, you know, like how some guys try to try 391 00:26:56.630 --> 00:26:59.750 to get head control and they're just slapping at the back of the neck you 392 00:26:59.869 --> 00:27:03.779 know? Okay, all right, Cyborg, the Cyborger Bray, you match 393 00:27:03.900 --> 00:27:06.259 when he took on Gordon Ryan back in the day. There was a lot 394 00:27:06.259 --> 00:27:08.579 of that going on and then finally, after he did it like twenty times, 395 00:27:08.619 --> 00:27:12.259 he finally got penalized. But it could happen a lot sooner. You 396 00:27:12.339 --> 00:27:15.460 know, if they give you a warning once, at the very next time 397 00:27:15.460 --> 00:27:18.250 they can take a point. So it's like with this match, it was 398 00:27:18.329 --> 00:27:22.490 a negative to negative two penalties or two penalties we're taking to that mean it 399 00:27:22.809 --> 00:27:26.170 twice this person was had a point taken away. Or can they take to 400 00:27:26.410 --> 00:27:32.599 all once? No, it was two different in fractions. Okay, okay, 401 00:27:33.079 --> 00:27:34.960 yeah, wow, it was two different reactions. And then after that 402 00:27:36.960 --> 00:27:40.519 he already knew that he had to get a sub or some points in order 403 00:27:40.559 --> 00:27:42.599 to win, and that's kind of why he was going balls out. Okay, 404 00:27:42.720 --> 00:27:47.589 all right, so that's why. Okay, so what do you think 405 00:27:47.630 --> 00:27:52.829 of that match? It was interesting, you know, it was the new 406 00:27:52.910 --> 00:27:56.109 school versus old school, or I mean they were playing the same Salad Jiu 407 00:27:56.109 --> 00:28:00.019 Jutsu. One guy wasn't doing anything different than the other guy was. But 408 00:28:00.099 --> 00:28:03.539 I mean, as far as it's the new brief versus the old bread maybe 409 00:28:03.619 --> 00:28:07.220 a changing of the guard. It kind of just seemed like Claudio didn't have 410 00:28:07.259 --> 00:28:12.009 any answers for anything that Azaki was presenting to him and he and he got 411 00:28:12.089 --> 00:28:17.329 bit in the butt with those penalties, you know. So I'm looking forward 412 00:28:17.329 --> 00:28:22.089 to see what Zaki doesn't in in the main tournament, you know, because 413 00:28:22.130 --> 00:28:25.809 he is exciting a shit man that that whole could, that whole team dream 414 00:28:25.849 --> 00:28:30.599 art is just full of studs that that fight to the very last second. 415 00:28:30.640 --> 00:28:34.359 So let's look at the eighty eight kilogram bracket right now, and the European 416 00:28:34.480 --> 00:28:40.720 trials winner was a guy by the name of Yogne Oh Flanagan. The North 417 00:28:40.759 --> 00:28:45.869 American trials winner was Jan Carlo Boudanni, and then we have invitees, Craig 418 00:28:45.910 --> 00:28:53.789 Jones representing B team Zandi, he barrel representing six Bulades, Josh Hinger, 419 00:28:55.980 --> 00:29:00.539 take our from autos anti routalo. Ty Rutalo was in the last round or 420 00:29:00.619 --> 00:29:07.420 the last ADCC and that was held in Anaheim and did just did phenomenal. 421 00:29:07.420 --> 00:29:10.450 I want to say he was only like sixteen and a blue belt at the 422 00:29:10.529 --> 00:29:18.410 time, but yeamn he he did really, really good. So He's Aki, 423 00:29:18.569 --> 00:29:22.089 he's Ake's in that hole. Mix. Let's see what happens. That's 424 00:29:22.130 --> 00:29:23.839 a really good bracket. What do you think, Cuz? So who do 425 00:29:23.880 --> 00:29:27.240 you think? Who Do you see our who do you want to see in 426 00:29:27.319 --> 00:29:32.759 the finals? On that one, it might could be a tie and Craig 427 00:29:32.799 --> 00:29:37.720 Jones route in the finals. It could be a rematch. Oh yeah, 428 00:29:37.799 --> 00:29:41.150 I'd like to see that one. Well that I could see that happening. 429 00:29:41.549 --> 00:29:44.829 I could totally see time. Greg. Yeah, when final brothers, how 430 00:29:44.910 --> 00:29:48.390 fast they are, how much they move around. I haven't really seen Kraik 431 00:29:48.430 --> 00:29:52.299 Jones have someone like that then moves at that level and you know it's like 432 00:29:52.500 --> 00:29:57.299 smooth movement, fast and and can catch you with some stuff. So I'd 433 00:29:57.339 --> 00:30:00.339 really like to see that one for sure. Right. And I think these 434 00:30:00.380 --> 00:30:04.059 guys have already met once before and who's number one. So I think it 435 00:30:04.180 --> 00:30:10.369 will. It's going to be a rematch. Can't wait. I see, 436 00:30:10.369 --> 00:30:14.529 I'm looking it up right now real quick. Ah, it was. Yeah, 437 00:30:14.890 --> 00:30:18.049 so it could be a it could be a complete rematch. It's going 438 00:30:18.089 --> 00:30:21.329 to it could be tie and Craig in the finals. Who knows. Let's 439 00:30:21.329 --> 00:30:23.880 see who else joins the mix in these next trials that are going to be 440 00:30:23.960 --> 00:30:29.880 coming up pretty soon. So the next man chup was the ninety nine Kilo 441 00:30:30.039 --> 00:30:34.990 Division, Joel Coasta taking on Enrique Sacconi, Joe a winning by referee decision. 442 00:30:36.029 --> 00:30:37.190 I want to say that was the mass that you watch, Cuz that 443 00:30:37.349 --> 00:30:42.349 ended up going no one was able to take anybody down. It was Brazilian 444 00:30:42.549 --> 00:30:51.019 wrestling at its finest. Joe Ah Jane, who this ninety nine kilogram division. 445 00:30:51.539 --> 00:30:53.339 Of these last two brackets are just full of killers. So let me 446 00:30:53.380 --> 00:31:00.059 start by seeing the ninety nine kilogram division is going to be European trials winner, 447 00:31:00.220 --> 00:31:03.180 some guy by the name of per two, to Ponent, our boy 448 00:31:03.410 --> 00:31:11.089 Mason Fowler, winner of the North American Trials East Coast, by Raphael Levato 449 00:31:11.210 --> 00:31:17.529 junior from six blades, Canan Duarte from out those Jiu Jitsu, Yury SMOS 450 00:31:17.769 --> 00:31:26.240 from team BRASSAS CTA and Mason Fowler Squad, Tim Spriggs team meet Tli Patrick 451 00:31:26.319 --> 00:31:30.920 Ado grappl fight team and Nicholas Marigali from dream art. So that is a 452 00:31:32.160 --> 00:31:37.549 really, really deep division right there. Saccone, or I'm sorry, saccone 453 00:31:37.950 --> 00:31:38.950 coast, to this, what we were talking about earlier. Coach is going 454 00:31:38.990 --> 00:31:44.069 to have to brush up on his wrestling, man, because I didn't see 455 00:31:44.109 --> 00:31:47.819 anything that makes me think he's going to go past the first round, especially 456 00:31:47.859 --> 00:31:52.660 against these guys, every single person in this matchup. I mean I really 457 00:31:52.700 --> 00:31:56.420 can't speak to to Punin. I don't know what he what kind of game 458 00:31:56.500 --> 00:31:59.339 he plays, but maybe he can get him in the first round, he 459 00:31:59.380 --> 00:32:01.450 can get into the second round, but from what I saw I was not 460 00:32:01.569 --> 00:32:07.009 impressed. I'm sure that's not a whole his Oh all that he has in 461 00:32:07.089 --> 00:32:09.609 his arsenal, and this is going to be gopher broke every match, because 462 00:32:09.930 --> 00:32:14.410 if you lose you're done. So I'm sure he's going to bring his best 463 00:32:14.569 --> 00:32:16.640 and I looking forward to see what he does, as well as the rest 464 00:32:16.680 --> 00:32:21.240 of the guys in these brackets, because anybody on this division and out to 465 00:32:21.319 --> 00:32:27.680 you, Mason Canaan, jury summos, any predictions for the finals? Ah, 466 00:32:27.799 --> 00:32:30.869 man, the Batto man. I don't know. There's a lot of 467 00:32:30.950 --> 00:32:36.789 good people on this, but the one sticking out to me right now mason. 468 00:32:37.029 --> 00:32:38.549 Oh, yeah, musing fowler to yeah, Dude, I don't know, 469 00:32:38.789 --> 00:32:42.990 man, this could go any direction. It's just one of those things 470 00:32:43.109 --> 00:32:46.859 and like at this I want to in this weight cross right here. Anything 471 00:32:46.900 --> 00:32:52.019 could go anything could happen, we could get surprised. I mean there's just 472 00:32:52.059 --> 00:32:53.900 so many, so much talent in this one. I don't know, man, 473 00:32:53.940 --> 00:33:00.369 I really looking and my dream matchup for the finals here would be mason 474 00:33:00.529 --> 00:33:04.369 taking on Canaan kind of. You know, that would be a sick ass 475 00:33:04.410 --> 00:33:07.529 and that could totally happen, you know. But I see one person in 476 00:33:07.730 --> 00:33:12.809 the mix that could totally spoil this party and that's Tim's Briggs. He could, 477 00:33:12.880 --> 00:33:15.960 Oh yeah, has the intil, he's got the game, he's got 478 00:33:16.039 --> 00:33:21.920 the mentality to he could even win this whole fucking division, honestly, you 479 00:33:21.960 --> 00:33:23.720 know, just depends on what bracket, heat wear, what side of the 480 00:33:23.759 --> 00:33:28.789 breakie he ends up on and see what kind of what kind of matchups he 481 00:33:28.869 --> 00:33:30.549 gets. But he could totally spoil that party. I could see him in 482 00:33:30.549 --> 00:33:35.509 the finals as well. I would love to see Tim spriggs taking on Mason. 483 00:33:35.589 --> 00:33:38.990 That will be Jiu jitsu wrestling match to the Max. The gods one 484 00:33:39.109 --> 00:33:45.460 me ex famly happy to watch to see that. So shout out to our 485 00:33:45.500 --> 00:33:49.220 boy mason. We got your back, Bro will be watching, cheering you 486 00:33:49.420 --> 00:33:52.940 on. But that is the ninety nine kilogram division. We got one round 487 00:33:52.980 --> 00:33:57.289 left because and that is the over ninety nine kilogram division, which was won 488 00:33:57.369 --> 00:34:02.529 by Roosevelt Sosa taking off fedal Alex Bombom. I don't remember this match. 489 00:34:04.009 --> 00:34:07.489 I didn't. I probably didn't even watch it, but it was he did 490 00:34:07.610 --> 00:34:13.840 win by referees is decision, and now he's joining the over ninety nine kilogram 491 00:34:13.960 --> 00:34:19.360 division. And so far we got European tries, winner Haikey Juicela, North 492 00:34:19.440 --> 00:34:29.510 American trials, John Henson and Invite Hee, Gordon Ryan, Nick Rodriguez and 493 00:34:30.869 --> 00:34:39.099 recent addition, Philippe Gordon Ryan. What would you say? Chris Gordon Ryan's 494 00:34:39.099 --> 00:34:45.980 Kryptonite? Philippe bit pain well, before joining the big well, because before 495 00:34:45.059 --> 00:34:50.139 we get into that, man, this this fight right here, the one 496 00:34:50.179 --> 00:34:51.739 that I would just look it up, because I was like, you know 497 00:34:51.820 --> 00:34:53.969 what, I don't think that went to decision. That was actually submission. 498 00:34:54.010 --> 00:34:59.489 The Roosevelt Bite. That was actually all my bad mis said hadn't end up 499 00:34:59.530 --> 00:35:00.849 in. What did it? How did it? was like, I want 500 00:35:00.849 --> 00:35:06.250 to say it with a heel hook or leg lock. Then he won by 501 00:35:07.400 --> 00:35:10.719 I'm trying to go back and yeah, so I mean it would. That 502 00:35:10.880 --> 00:35:14.639 was a really good fight. I definitely want to give that up to him. 503 00:35:15.360 --> 00:35:19.760 It was in there deep and man, who he was in pain. 504 00:35:21.000 --> 00:35:22.630 He was in pain. It was. It was one of those like you 505 00:35:22.710 --> 00:35:27.949 were talking about earlier where, Hey, you get in those leglock positions and 506 00:35:27.989 --> 00:35:30.269 stuff and you can really do some damage, because this dude was lifting off 507 00:35:30.349 --> 00:35:36.340 the map. Afterwards he he verbal tap out or verbal tapped to it. 508 00:35:37.300 --> 00:35:38.380 It was deep. It was. It was one of those ones I think 509 00:35:38.460 --> 00:35:40.940 you you'd want to go back and look at if you get a chance. 510 00:35:42.059 --> 00:35:44.260 Go. Well, yeah, I'm looking at it right now. It's see 511 00:35:44.300 --> 00:35:46.059 it. Yeah, and he's another five support guy. So I think fight 512 00:35:46.099 --> 00:35:50.889 sport got two more guys in with this with this week last round of trials. 513 00:35:51.010 --> 00:35:53.849 So, yeah, it looks pretty nasty. Oh my God. Yeah, 514 00:35:54.010 --> 00:35:58.849 you see that grabbing his day? He's grabbing his knee right away. 515 00:36:00.849 --> 00:36:04.210 Oh Man, that's pretty fucked up. Wow, well, Roosevelt, congratulation 516 00:36:04.599 --> 00:36:10.559 Roofer in the house, but way to go, mom. And that ninety 517 00:36:10.559 --> 00:36:14.199 nine over to kilogram Dar. I'm sorry. Yeah, that plus nine nine 518 00:36:14.239 --> 00:36:16.039 kilgram division. It's got. It's got some killers. Man. So Gordon 519 00:36:16.079 --> 00:36:22.349 Ryan drekis feeder. Yeah, MMM, MMM MMM. I would love to 520 00:36:22.389 --> 00:36:27.949 see a Philippe Opinion, Gordon Ryan rematch round through. Good. What do 521 00:36:27.989 --> 00:36:30.190 you mean? Because what do you think? What do you think? Yeah, 522 00:36:30.269 --> 00:36:35.019 you know, yeah, Gordon Ryan, Philipopinia at the the finals, 523 00:36:35.139 --> 00:36:37.579 whatever. Dude, I will be like that mean with the guy that's e 524 00:36:37.820 --> 00:36:40.980 Pocorn, all excited, just waiting to see what happens. I'm at my 525 00:36:42.099 --> 00:36:45.380 Asie, like I'm going, ready to go, man. Yeah, Dude. 526 00:36:45.420 --> 00:36:49.210 I mean, if you think about it, Gordon can talk. Gordon 527 00:36:49.250 --> 00:36:52.809 has been talking shit to everybody and he has every right to. But the 528 00:36:52.050 --> 00:36:59.690 one person, the one motherfucker that he cannot say Shit to, is Philippe 529 00:36:59.730 --> 00:37:04.320 opinion, because Philippe has gotten him both times. He's Someb them once in 530 00:37:04.440 --> 00:37:07.360 one because by, you know, taking his back one of the others, 531 00:37:07.760 --> 00:37:12.199 but he dominated him, you know. He yeah, he played the lip 532 00:37:12.280 --> 00:37:15.550 walk game with him and him both times Philippe took the back using the same 533 00:37:15.670 --> 00:37:20.030 time, the same strategy. I want to say it was a long ass 534 00:37:20.110 --> 00:37:22.429 time ago. I think the last time they fought was two thousand and sixteen, 535 00:37:22.510 --> 00:37:24.750 two thousand and seventeen, something like that, so it's been a while. 536 00:37:24.750 --> 00:37:30.139 I'm sure both both of those guys games have evolved. Philippe Opinia last 537 00:37:30.260 --> 00:37:36.059 lost the super fight event in the last the LASTCC, took all vaal by 538 00:37:36.219 --> 00:37:37.780 a takedown, I want to say. And he did look like he was 539 00:37:37.860 --> 00:37:40.820 injured. So I don't know if he had a rib injury, I want 540 00:37:40.820 --> 00:37:45.289 to say I heard. But Damn, that would be an awesome finals match 541 00:37:45.409 --> 00:37:49.530 to watch. Gordon and Ryan Philipippinion. Yeah, and but, and you 542 00:37:49.610 --> 00:37:52.690 know what, I don't know if you watched that special that they did on 543 00:37:52.769 --> 00:37:58.090 him, on Philippe the on. It was on flow grappling, I think 544 00:37:58.130 --> 00:38:00.519 it was, and it kind of just gave like his history and kind of 545 00:38:00.559 --> 00:38:06.119 I got I could see any he seems to have like this, this way 546 00:38:06.159 --> 00:38:07.559 about him, like he'll like it. We doing good, doing good, 547 00:38:07.760 --> 00:38:12.840 and then he'll lose and then all this he'll go back and he likes starts 548 00:38:12.869 --> 00:38:16.309 over and you just pushes and pushes and trains until he can eventually beat that 549 00:38:16.510 --> 00:38:21.869 guy, you know, that level whatever of what, whoever the caliber is 550 00:38:21.949 --> 00:38:23.590 that he needs to get to. And then he starts winning when he whinny, 551 00:38:23.750 --> 00:38:28.460 and then he comes to someone who's, you know, got him again 552 00:38:28.659 --> 00:38:31.380 and then he goes back and re say. So I'm thinking if he continue 553 00:38:31.579 --> 00:38:37.059 that track. I could see him coming back this time and and doing that, 554 00:38:37.219 --> 00:38:39.340 you know, like he lost last time, but I could see him 555 00:38:39.380 --> 00:38:43.849 coming back and fix seen those little mistakes and become me even better amazing. 556 00:38:44.250 --> 00:38:45.369 You know, he's a pretty young dude, you know. I mean I 557 00:38:45.570 --> 00:38:49.329 joll me is like our eighteen year olds are. You know that we've been 558 00:38:49.369 --> 00:38:52.769 talking about. But I mean he's not an old dude. And and he 559 00:38:52.809 --> 00:38:55.199 keeps just keeps getting better, keeps going back. And you got one thing, 560 00:38:55.480 --> 00:39:00.239 you got one thing right. He is pretty and and another thing. 561 00:39:00.440 --> 00:39:04.960 If he gets on a if he gets on a hot streak, you're right. 562 00:39:05.159 --> 00:39:07.719 He, once he gets it, gets a rhythm, that's bad news 563 00:39:07.760 --> 00:39:10.030 for everybody in there, including Gordon Ryan, because he can totally run the 564 00:39:10.070 --> 00:39:15.750 tables and win this whole thing and ruin the whole whatever. You know. 565 00:39:15.949 --> 00:39:17.269 So then, I don't know. I'm looking forward to him and I did. 566 00:39:17.349 --> 00:39:21.030 We got a lot of good matchups coming up. We got a lot 567 00:39:21.150 --> 00:39:25.179 left to a lot of more competitors to add to the mix. There will 568 00:39:25.179 --> 00:39:30.059 be another round of ATCC trials south forth America coming up this next weekend, 569 00:39:30.099 --> 00:39:35.099 as a matter of fact, February twelve and thirteen, and then we got 570 00:39:36.659 --> 00:39:38.010 are the one we're going to be going to an April. Yeah, it 571 00:39:40.369 --> 00:39:45.210 get round the North American troops. So law, more competitors. They are 572 00:39:45.289 --> 00:39:49.010 going to be pushing their ticket. We look forward to seeing who's WHO's going 573 00:39:49.010 --> 00:39:52.210 to be in the mix, and this is turning out to be the best 574 00:39:52.610 --> 00:39:58.920 fucking Jiujitsu grappling tournament that has ever been created by man. Thank you, 575 00:39:59.000 --> 00:40:02.320 Mohus seen, thank you, ADCC, thank you, said Daniels. I 576 00:40:02.400 --> 00:40:05.679 can't wait to see the matchups that you guys give us. Man, we 577 00:40:05.760 --> 00:40:08.030 can't wait, because anything you want to add to this? Man, I'm 578 00:40:08.070 --> 00:40:12.230 losing my mind over here. I want to get time to show you do 579 00:40:12.550 --> 00:40:15.230 and I want to jump to Vegas in September so that we can watch these 580 00:40:15.269 --> 00:40:20.230 matches right now already. I'm sorry. Oh yeah, definitely, definitely, 581 00:40:20.269 --> 00:40:22.739 man, I am so looking forward to this. But you know what, 582 00:40:23.300 --> 00:40:28.900 what about coach? Is He coach competing at these trials coming up? Yeah, 583 00:40:29.139 --> 00:40:31.579 yeah, you know what would what? Did we see him in the 584 00:40:31.739 --> 00:40:37.090 finals in September? What if he's going up a the fucking Gordon Ryan or 585 00:40:37.130 --> 00:40:42.170 something next? You know, he's a freaking ADCC chant. Holy Shit, 586 00:40:42.610 --> 00:40:50.760 give him the crown row. Yeah, yeah, shout out, shout out 587 00:40:50.840 --> 00:40:55.079 the victor. Damn. Yeah, heck, yeah, shout out. I 588 00:40:55.159 --> 00:40:58.440 think you might let the cat out the bag a little there, a little 589 00:40:58.480 --> 00:41:00.920 earlier. But yeah, that's the word on the streets, is is it? 590 00:41:00.960 --> 00:41:02.480 He's going to be throwing his name into the into the hat, and 591 00:41:02.559 --> 00:41:07.030 he will be competing at the trials in Vegas in April. So we'll be 592 00:41:07.070 --> 00:41:13.590 cheering you on, coach Oah, we'll be bringing lassaie. So good luck, 593 00:41:13.670 --> 00:41:16.389 brother. Yeah, yeah, we're we're a wait cross. You think 594 00:41:16.429 --> 00:41:22.179 he's gonna Bein? Do you know working? I don't know. I'm not 595 00:41:22.300 --> 00:41:27.260 sure yet. Yeah, okay, all right, man, I'd like. 596 00:41:27.380 --> 00:41:29.820 Oh, man, I don't know. I'm just excited to see him out 597 00:41:29.820 --> 00:41:32.769 there and competing, man, because I mean last time when he was at 598 00:41:34.650 --> 00:41:38.130 was it world's and he competed, dude then, like nothing, like it 599 00:41:38.329 --> 00:41:40.489 was like nothing. So I can't wait to see you out there and and 600 00:41:40.570 --> 00:41:44.809 stay him, you know, training on their coin collected, for sure. 601 00:41:44.969 --> 00:41:52.000 Yep, all the time, all definitely. Definitely, MR freeze, we're 602 00:41:52.039 --> 00:41:54.239 gonna get down the key. Yeah, you go, here you go, 603 00:41:54.480 --> 00:41:59.199 man, yeah, dude, I am comput I'm looking forward to this. 604 00:41:59.320 --> 00:42:04.269 I'm super excited for trials. I'm super excited for the championship. I cannot 605 00:42:04.389 --> 00:42:07.429 wait. I'm so looking forward to this I don't even care. I will 606 00:42:07.429 --> 00:42:10.389 be there. I'll walk there my need till there. Better start right now. 607 00:42:10.469 --> 00:42:15.739 Then I'll meet you there the waters, all right, Cuz well, 608 00:42:15.780 --> 00:42:20.500 that's a rat man. We're dumb for the week. Another Jiujit DEOs episode. 609 00:42:20.900 --> 00:42:23.780 That's in the books. Next week we're gonna be doing the same thing 610 00:42:23.820 --> 00:42:29.420 again. We'll be talking about South American trials, ADCC qualifier. Let's see 611 00:42:29.460 --> 00:42:32.210 who's in the list. There's some guys that we still haven't seen. I 612 00:42:32.449 --> 00:42:35.809 heard. Well, ties already been invited, so he's not going to be 613 00:42:36.090 --> 00:42:38.409 back on, but I'm interested to see who else is going to be throwing 614 00:42:38.409 --> 00:42:42.449 their name into the hat. Maybe we'll hear some names throughout the week, 615 00:42:42.449 --> 00:42:45.440 but we'll let you guys know who that is next week and we'll let you 616 00:42:45.559 --> 00:42:50.000 know who's jumping into the hot tub for each division. Until next week, 617 00:42:50.039 --> 00:42:52.360 Jiujit Deos keep rolling and training out there and we hope to hear from this 618 00:42:52.480 --> 00:42:53.800 too. Is The motivation