ADCC 2015 day 1 live stream, results, and discussion

On a weekend when there is absolutely no UFC or any other major MMA at all, the combat sports world can focus its attention…

By: Mookie Alexander | 8 years ago
ADCC 2015 day 1 live stream, results, and discussion
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On a weekend when there is absolutely no UFC or any other major MMA at all, the combat sports world can focus its attention on the 2015 ADCC championships in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Many of the world’s top submission grapplers will compete for prestigious ADCC gold, and several UFC entrants have made their way into the competition, most notably Ben Henderson and Hector Lombard.

Link to the Budovideos live stream of Saturday competitions. The PPV can be purchased for $24.95 for one day or $39.95 for Saturday and Sunday.

Here’s a quick rundown to familiarize yourself with the whole proceedings:

Related: T.P Grant’s 2015 ADCC profiles

What are the ADCCs? T.P Grant describes:

Known in shorthand as the “ADCCs,” it is a professional grappling tournament held every two years that attracts the top grappling talent from all across the world. The rule set is extremely open in terms of submissions and positions allowed; the scoring system designed to increase aggressive takedowns and an attacking style on the ground. The event features a tournament and then one-off super fights between major ADCC champions.

RelatedRoy Billington’s 2015 ADCC previews by division

What is the schedule?

This year, the ADCCs are split into two days. The Saturday schedule will consist of the opening round and quarterfinals of all weight-classes, with the semis, bronze medal, and gold medal matches taking place on Sunday. We will have a separate post and live stream link for that. Today’s superfight is between Mario Sperry and Ricardo Liborio, which will be held after the tournament matches are complete.

Link to the ADCC official rules and regulations

Without further ado, here are the matchups for every division:

Male -66 kg

Rubens Charles vs. Tezekbaev Rasul
Gianne Grippo vs. Gabriel Marangoni
Augusto Mendes vs. Nicolas Renier
Asadulaev Surkhay vs. Edward Cummings

Bruno Frazzato vs. Mark Ramos
Yuto Hirao vs. Renan Sancar
Jeff Glover vs. Daniel Hortegas
Alexandre Vieira vs. Geovanny Martinez

Male -77 kg

Otavio Souza vs. AJ Agazarm
Milton Vieira vs. Vagner Rocha
Lucas Lepri vs. Gamrot Mateusz
Dillon Danis vs. Garry Tonon

Davi Ramos vs. Young am Noh
Enrico Cocco vs. Gabriel Rollo
Gilbert Burns vs. Lachlan Giles
Ben Henderson vs. Abdukadirov Magomed

Male -88 kg

Romulo Barral vs. Craig Jones
Neiman Gracie vs. Ezra Lenon
Pablo Popovitch vs. Zbigniew Tyszka
Ricardo Mesquita vs. Yuri Simoes

Rafael Lovato vs. Hidemi Mihara
Matthew Arroyo vs. Rustam Chsiev
Keenan Cornelius vs. Jesse Urholin
Mike Perez vs. Claudio Calasans

Male -99 kg

Joao Assis vs. T. Narkun
Kamil Uminski vs. Tom DeBlass
Felipe Pena vs. Roberto Alencar
Lukasz Michalec vs. Jimmy Friedrich

Alexandre Ribeiro vs. Yakiyasu Ozawa
Jason Bukich vs. Hector Lombard
Rodolfo Vieira vs. Adam Sachnoff
Tobias G. vs. Cassio da Silva

Male +99 kg

Dean Lister vs. Lee Hyoung
Janne-Pella vs. Orlando Sanchez
Vinny Magalhaes vs. Paul Ardilia
Rodrigo Artilheiro vs. Leonardo Lucio

Rodrigo Cavaca vs. Hideki Sekine
Jared Dopp vs. Gabriel Lucas
Joao Rocha vs. Jason Lees
Juskowiak Mateusz vs. A. Marte

Female -60 kg

Michelle Nicolini vs. Rikako Yuasa
Ana Michelle Tavares vs. Tammi Masumeci
Mackenzie Dern vs. Kethe Engen
Beatriz Mesquita vs. Mayra Mazza

Female +60 kg

Gabrielle Garcia vs. Alison Tremblay
Jessica Oliveira vs. Marysia Malyjasiak
Ana Lauta Cordeiro vs. Sophia Nordeno
Fernanda Mazelli vs. Amanda Santana

Bloody Elbow will have results (with updated brackets) at the end of day 1 and then a full recap after day 2. This is your place for discussing all things ADCC 2015. The only request (besides following the usual BE rules) is that no links to illegal streams be shared in the comments section. Doing so will result in a ban.

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Mookie is a former Associate Editor for Bloody Elbow, leaving in August 2022 after ten years as a member of the staff. He's still lurking behind the scenes.

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