This match review is from the 2009 ADCC Submission Wrestling World Championships in Barcelona, Spain. After having a breakthrough performance on Day 1 of ADCC, submitting European champion Trond Saksenvik and ADCC Pro World Champion Tarsis Humphries, my goal of becoming an ADCC Champion was within reach.
One man stood in my way to the path to the finals – Andre Galvao. I had seen Galvao compete many times, but this was his first time in my division after bulking up. What resulted was a great match up that started very tactical, but midway through a lot of attacks and transitions took place, which I think everyone could learn something from.
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