Andre Galvao considering return to MMA after having left the circuit in 2010 is creating a buzz in the sport. Since leaving MMA, Galvao has won three ADCC titles as well as 10 Jiu-Jitsu gold medals — all major medals. While on the MMA circuit, Galvao was a fighter for Strikeforce and DREAM. He says that if he does take the plunge and return to MMA, he will be taking a very different approach from the one he previously took. For starters, Galvao says that he would certainly continue his Jiu-Jitsu training at the gym and continue to work on his boxing. He also mentioned that his wrestling is a lot better than it was before and that all these elements combined would only help to improve his performances in MMA. As an MMA fighter, Galvao had a record 5-2 record with four stoppage victory.
Galvao told MMAFighting.com
“I got offers from Japan, after ADCC 2015. “PRIDE is coming back. My manager Jorge Guimaraes is negotiating. We’ll see what happens.”
“If I return, I will do everything different,” said Galvao, who fought for Strikeforce and DREAM. “I would never leave my jiu-jitsu. I would continue to train at my gym and work on my boxing. I’m a better no-gi grappler than in those days. I started learning no-gi grappling in 2010, my wrestling is way better now, and I know it would make the difference in my MMA game.”