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BJJ legend Hannette Staack wins MMA debut with nasty kimura

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Hannette Staack, one of the best grapplers of all-time, was victorious in her MMA debut on Friday night in Rio de Janeiro, tapping fellow debutant Lorrany Pinheiro with a kimura from the mount in under three minutes.

Watch the finish below.

Staack, now 1-0 in MMA, first teased about her in-cage debut back in 2021 but took longer than expected to start in the sport. The 43-year-old, an IBJJF Hall of Fame member, is a seven-time world champion in jiu-jitsu and three-time ADCC gold medalist, tied with Kyra Gracie as the the second-most accomplished woman to ever compete at ADCC behind Gabi Garcia.

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Shooto Brazil 111 was headlined by UFC, Bellator and RIZIN veteran John Teixeira, who stopped Mauricio Machado in just 36 seconds in a featherweight contest. “Macapa” (25-8-2) shared cages against the likes of A.J. McKee, Pat Curran, Daniel Weichel and Mikuru Asakura over 15 years as a professional MMA fighter.

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