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Rafael Mendes vs Justin Rader | Pan Ams 2012 | Art of Jiu Jitsu Academy | (949) 645 1679

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Published on Apr 8, 2012

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Comments • 27

danny taki
damn that was sick. rader really hanging in there!
Walter José
A técnica do Mendes é espetacular
Sam .S
That was beautiful
SurveyofFilmMusic
Mendes rules. period!
splinter182
Esse Rafael mendes e' de outro mundo...
Joseph Watson
This is honestly unreal... that backtake off kimura. Holy shit
Doily Barn
Really watch Rafa here...it's amazing
Fernando Pavanelli
QUE PASSEIO DO RAFAEL MENDES!OSSS 
iamjason
Rafa destroyed Rader twice in ADCC already.
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