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<h1>Royce Gracie</h1>
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<p>The man who changed the face of MMA</p>
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<p>Royce Gracie was born on 12 December 1966  is a Brazilian semi-retired professional mixed martial artist, UFC Hall Of Famer  and Gracie Jiu Jitsu  practitioner. A member of the famed Gracie Family, he is considered to be one of the most influential figures in the history of MMA.
Gracie gained fame for his success in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Between 1993 and 1994, he was the tournament winner of UFC 1, UFC2, UFC4, and fought to a draw with Ken Shamrock in the championship match in the Superfight at UFC 5.  Gracie popularized Gracie Jiu Jitsu and revolutionized mixed martial arts  with his results contributing to the movement towards grappling and ground fighting in the sport. Many people consider him as one of the greatest mixed martial artists of all time. 
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<h3>Mixed Martial Arts Career</h3>
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<h2>The Ultimate Fighting Championship</h2>
<ul><li><h4>UFC 1</h4></li></ul>
<p>In his first match, Gracie defeated journeyman boxer Art Jimmerson. He tackled him to the ground using a baiana (morote-gari or double-leg) and obtained the dominant "mounted" position, also pinning Jimmerson's left arm around the boxer's own neck. Mounted and with only one free arm Jimmerson conceded defeat.
In the semi-finals, Gracie defeated Ken Shamrock and went on to defeat a Karate and Savate practitioner Gerard Gordeau, taking his opponent to the ground and securing a rear choke.
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<ul><li><h4>UFC 2</h4></li></ul>
<p>In the next tournament, Gracie began his defense of the title by submitting Japanese fighter Minoki Ichihara - a second degree black belt in Karatedo  Daido Juku and Kyokushin Karate, who was billed by the UFC at the time as a "living legend" in Tokyo, who had won over 60 full-contact fights. The fight had gone 5:08, which was longer than Royce's 3 bouts in the first event. Advancing into the quarterfinals, Royce Gracie defeated future Pancrase veteran Jason Delucia, submitting him via armbar just over a minute into the bout. Gracie then submitted 250-lb Judo and Taekwondo black belt Remco Pardoel with a lapel choke, and finally won the final bout against Patrick Smith, when his opponent submitted to punches from the top position.
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<ul><li><h4>UFC 3</h4></li></ul>
<p>At UFC 3, Royce was matched up in the first round against Kimo Leopoldo and won via submission after 4 minutes and 40 seconds. However, he then withdrew from his next fight with Harold Howard before it began due to exhaustion and dehydration. Royce entered into the ring and threw in the towel. This was the first event which Gracie did not win.
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<ul><li><h4>UFC 4</h4></li></ul>
<p>Gracie submitted 51-year-old Ron Van Clief in the opening round with a rear naked choke, and then submitted Keith Hacney in the semi-finals. Gracie's final UFC victory was in a match that lasted for 16 minutes (there were no rounds or time limits at the time), during which he was continuously pinned underneath 260 pound (118 kg) wrestler Dan Severn. To end the match, Royce locked his legs in a triangle choke for a submission victory. The match extended beyond the pay-per-view time-slot and viewers, who missed the end of the fight, demanded their money back.</p>
<ul><li><h4>UFC 5</h4></li></ul>
<p>Time limits were re-introduced into the sport in 1995 and Ken Shamrock would become the first fighter to survive Royce Gracie's submission attack and earn a draw. The match lasted for 30 minutes and a 6-minute overtime. The draw sparked much debate and controversy as to who would have won the fight had judges determined the outcome, or had there been no time limits, as by the end of the fight Gracie's right eye was swollen shut. However, the swollen eye was a result of a standing punch due to a sudden change of the rules in which both of the fighters were restarted on their feet. After this fight Gracie left the UFC.
At UFC 45 in November 2003, at the ten-year anniversary of the UFC, Ken Shamrock and Royce Gracie became the first inductees into the UFC Hall of Fame. UFC President Dana White said;
“ We feel that no two individuals are more deserving than Royce and Ken to be the charter members. Their contributions to our sport, both inside and outside the Octagon, may never be equaled.” 
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<h3>Championships and accomplishments</h3>
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<h3>Mixed martial arts</h3>

  <h4>Ultimate Fighting Championship<h4>
 
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  <li>UFC Hall of Fame (Inaugural inductee, part of the pioneer wing, class of 2003)
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  <li>UFC 1 Tournament Championship</li>
  <li>UFC 2 Tournament Championship</li>
  <li>UFC 4 Tournament Championship</li>
  <li>UFC viewers award choice</li>
  <li>First tournament champion in UFC history
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  <li>Longest fight in UFC history (36 minutes) - vs Ken Shamrock at (UFC 5)
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  <li>Most tournament wins in UFC history (Eleven)
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  <li>Most tournaments won in UFC history (Three)</li>
  <li>Most fights in a single night in UFC history (Four) - tied with (Patrick Smith)
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