Kyra Gracie won ADCC 3x (2005, 2007, 2011) and has a perfect 9-0 record in her weight division. She retired in 2011 undefeated.
Gracie is the youngest champion in ADCC history.
Kyra won her first ADCC championship in 2005 on her 20th birthday. This was the inaugural women’s 60kg weight class for the ADCC. Gracie owned this division for 3 years.
In addition to her impressive ADCC accolades, Kyra is also a 4x IBJJF World Campion, 3x Brazilian National Champion, and a 2x Pan American Champion.
Thank you, Kyra, for being a pioneer for women’s Jiu-Jitsu and congratulations on a well-deserved Hall of Fame induction.
ADCC Committee and the ADCC Words 2022 organizer Mo Jassim had decided to create a Hall of Fame for ADCC legends throughout the years of ADCC World events and the Hall of Famers will be invited to attend a ceremony at the 2022 World Championship, at Thomas & Mack in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Kyra Gracie joins the likes of Roger Gracie, Andre Galvao, Marcelo Garcia, Ricardo Arona, Braulio Estima, Royler Gracie, Rafael Mendes, and Dean Lister.
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