Jeff Glover

Jeff Glover (born April 15, 1983) is an American submission wrestler and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt. He is known for his competitive achievements in both gi and no-gi competition. In addition, Glover has competed in numerous exhibition matches, including at the inaugural World Jiu-Jitsu Expo where he scored a win over 7-time World black belt champion Caio Terra. Glover also holds a notable submission win over 6-time black belt World champion Robson Moura at the 2011 ADCC Submission Wrestling World Championship.

Glover is known for his particularly playful and unorthodox style of grappling. After their super-fight in 2012, Chris Haueter said of Glover’s grappling style – “It’s like grappling a monkey or a cat. He never loses balance.”

In 2014, Glover was a color commentator for Metamoris III and IV cheap Bracelet. At Metamoris IV he and Baret Yoshida were surprise competitors in the much-hyped “secret match”, that ended in a draw best marinade to tenderize steak.

As of 2012 japanese glass water bottle, Glover, a 27-time Grapplers Quest champion, held the best record in the event’s history, having lost only 4 times over 8 years of active competition.