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2005 ADCC: Who will win the Under 65KG With ADCC just 5 weeks it is time to start looking at the possibilities. ADCC 2005 promises to be the best ever, with the best athletes from around the world competing against each other. Kid Peligro will take on the daring task of making the call as to which are the 3 top prospects for winning each division and the top dark horse. The rating is based on themost current list of names as per ADCC News; so anyone not offically announced is not going to be considered at this point for the ranking.Along with my predictions I want you to make the call. Email your top predictions to [email protected] and Kid will randomly publish two of the readers predictions along with their info. Then after the event is run, we will have a random drawing of all the entries with the winner getting the 2003 ADCC DVD set sponsored by U -66 KG Official list as of 04/23/2005 not ranked in any special order#1 Leo Vieira 2003 World Champion (Brazil) #2 Wagney Fabiano Brazilian Qualifier (Brazil) #3 Javier Vazquez North American Qualifier (USA) #4 Toni Kroger European Qualifier (Finland) #5 Tetsu Suzuki Japanese Qualifier (Japan) #6 Eugene Hynson Australian Qualifier (New Zealand) #7 Eddie Bravo (USA) #8 Joey Gilbert (USA) #9 Baret Yoshida (USA) #10 Marcio Feitosa (Brazil) #11 Marcos ‘Parrumpinha’ DaMatta (Brazil) #12 Jani Lax (Finland)Kid Peligro’s predictions to win Under 66KG Division:1st Choice: Leo Vieira – Unless he comes in unprepared because of his school commitments (he is graduating this semester), the 2003 winner comes back and repeats. Leo is too much for anyone in this category. 2nd Choice: Marcio Feitosa – Experience and tactics. If he can make the weight and be strong, look for Marcio to challenge for the title3rd Choice: Wagney Fabiano – Wagney, the ADCC Brazil Quaifier will surprise many people with his game and can win the whole thingDark Horse: Baret Yoshida – How can Baret be the dark horse? Past performance, he came close but never won. Look for him to be extra prepared and fight the best he has ever fought!Dark Horse: Javier Vasquez – Javier has had some pretty serious injuries preparing for MMA fights. If his body can hold up for the three fights on day 1 look for him to challenge for the titleThese are my predictions, what are yours? Master Fernando Yamasaki Seminar – from Klint RadwaniThe Yamasaki Academy of Richmond will be hosted Master Fernando Yamasaki for a 4 hour seminar on Saturday May 7th for 11:30-3:30. Fernando Yamasaki earned his BJJ black belt in San Paulo, Brazil from Marcelo Behring , now deceased, who in turn was a 5th degree under Rickson Gracie. Today Fernando holds a 3rd degree black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, 4th degree black belt in Judo, and a 6th degree black belt in JJIF Jiu-Jitsu. Fernando, a 2004 Pan-American champion, holds many Brazilian State and National titles in Jiu Jitsu, Judo and wrestling, in the US he is a very competitive Judo player winning almost every tournament he attends. If you would like to participate in our seminar please contact me via email at [email protected] or call (804) 789-0528 to reserve you spot today!!! Yamasaki Academy of Richmond – Located inside of Clubfit 7421 Lee Davis Road, Mechanicsville, VA 23111 Saturday May 7th, 2005 from 11:30-3:30 the cost is $80.00/person. For more information on Fernando, please visit our website at Now go train Jiu-Jitsu,

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