Roger Gracie's surprise announcement on Sunday that his win over Buchecha was his farewell to jiu-jitsu competition had us reeling.
At 35 years old, Gracie retired with possibly the most impressive resume in the history of the sport.
He's never been submitted. Nobody has ever scored more than five points on him in a match. He won his first world title at the age of 24 and is a 10-time IBJJF world champion. He is an ADCC double-gold champion (2005, weight and absolute).
But most impressive of all is the list of competitors he submitted during his amazing 14-year black belt career. Take a look below!
Bernardo Faria via Ezekiel
Claudio Calasans choke from mount
Eduardo Telles via armbar
Fabricio Werdum via rear naked choke
Fernando Margarida choke from back
Fernando Terere via cross choke
Leo Leite via choke
Marcelo Garcia via choke
Marcus Buchecha choke from the back
Rafael Lovato via armbar choke from the mount
Roberto "Cyborg" Abreu via cross choke, Ezekiel
Roberto Drysdale via choke from mount, choke from the back
Rodrigo Cavaca via choke, armbar, choke from the back
Rodrigo Comprido via choke, armbar
Romulo Barral, via choke from mount, choke from the back
Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza via rear naked choke
Saulo Ribeiro via cross choke
Shinya Aoki via footlock
Tarsis Humphreys choke from the back
Vinny Magalhaes choke from the back
Xande Ribeiro via rear naked choke, triangle