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Thread: Roger and Braulio win at Mundials

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    lmao @ you two battling, who gives a fuck!
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    Rogers on 6 for his weight class and 2 for the abs!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GBUK-Sheffield View Post
    Rogers on 6 for his weight class and 2 for the abs!
    Sorry for the mistake, so with 6 wins he is already the most successful Jiu Jitsu fighter ever. I would of thought he could have his pick of fight organisations.

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    I don't like that guy Braulio,when I was purple belt he make me look stupid.
    he helicopter arm bar me 7 time in one round.He was Blue belt.i never gonna
    forgive him for this disrespec.

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    According to J Sho's spreadsheet, since 1996 at the Mundials; Roger is the most successful BJJ competitor (and I think ever?) and Braulio is the 14th most successful.

    Hopefully they both have plans to add more golds to their trophy cabinets too.
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    I don't like that guy Braulio,when I was purple belt he make me look stupid.
    he helicopter arm bar me 7 time in one round.He was Blue belt.i never gonna
    forgive him for this disrespec.
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    To be fair, Braulio helicopter'd me once. I am still spinning now.

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    Ps- Congratulations to both of them, I will never forget how Roger scared the s**t ouf of me driving me home in Rio either. Plus there was no room in the seat behind him

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceLeeMMAfighting.net View Post
    The hard part for Roger is that he is in a weightclass that has such a big spread (290-206 lbs). Someone like Lesnar who comes in at 290 lbs by fight time or Kongo who has an 82 inch reach (6 foot 10) can present some serious problems.

    I don't even know if he could cut to LHW but I would think that is where he needs to be.

    If they established a 235 lbs division for guys like Couture, Big Nog, etc I think that would be ideal for Roger.
    Well he's already subbed a much bigger guy(Waterman). I think if he trained seriously for MMA he'd be a successful HW, I don't think he could/should cut to LHW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRIBULUS View Post
    So with 4 in his weight class I wonder if Roger will go for 5 (which I don't think anyone has done before) or will it be time to concentrate on MMA.

    I think Braulio is on 3 now so another one would put him up there with the best ever.
    Robson Moura (1997 - 2000),Saulo (1997 - 2000), Roleta (1996 - 1999), Royler Gracie (1996 - 1999) and Cobrinha (2006 - 2009) have won a weight category 4 years in a row. Roger has won a weight category 6 years in a row
    Cobrinha (2007 - 2009) and Roleta 1996 - 1998) have also won the mundials & pan ams in the same year 3 years consecutively.

    All the guys with 2 or more golds at the mundials. (W = weight category/o = openweight).

    Ordering based on: Total number of golds then total number of absolute golds then total number of silver


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