Royler Gracie Gets Inducted Into The ADCC Hall Of Fame

BJJ great Royler Gracie is now the seventh person to be inducted into the ADCC Hall of Fame.

The 56-year-old Brazilian-American is a member of IBJJF Hall of Fame.

As son to the late Grandmaster, Helio Gracie and brother of Rickson and Royce Gracie, Royler is a member of the Gracie family. He holds a 7th degree red/black belt in the style pioneered by his family.

Prior to his retirement, Royler competed in the black-belt ranks for 20+ years. Royler is also a four-time World Jiu-Jitsu Champion in the Pena/Featherweight Black Belt Category and has placed in the Absolute Division.

Royler has a professional mixed martial arts record of five wins, five losses and one draw. His retirement fight came on September 14, 2011 at the age of 45 when he lost to Masakatsu Ueda via split decision.


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Royler Gracie is the seventh athlete to be inducted into the ADCC Hall of Fame, after Roger Gracie, Andre Galvao, Marcelo Garcia, Ricardo Arona, Kyra Gracie, and Braulio Estima.

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