We would describe it like a very tense and even battle where the foot attacks were exchanged with lightning speed. At some point, it was obvious that Tom Mäenurm lowered the tempo and became more defensively oriented. A few seconds before the end of normal fight time, almost everyone was sure to see the same exciting game on overtime, but one who didn't think so, was Tom Mäenurm, who just before the end moved from his back defense to a foot attack and forced Cassen to surrender two seconds before the end of the match!
Both fighters was awarded with honor and prizes from Arigato (https://www.arigato.ee/), Raustom Fitness (https://raustom.com/), Tallinn Crossfit (https://www.tallinncrossfit.com/) and konckout.ee (https://knockout.ee/).
After very tight competition, referee decisions and competition software corrections the award (a traveling cup for the best academy) went to BTT Estonia. This award defines the best academy after ADCC point system. It gives you the right to carry the title of the best academy as long as the club is sustainably the best. It will be handed over always to the best academy on a yearly basis during the next ADCC Estonian Open Championship.
Team ADCC Estonia would like to thank all participants (spectators and fighters) and supporters:
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