Fight To Win 43 card features Lyndhurst BJJ students

Fight To Win 43 card features Lyndhurst BJJ students

The Fight To Win 43 card features Lyndhurst BJJ students Sean Yadimarco and Caitlin McManus from the Savarese BJJ Academy. The event will take place at Central Regional High School in Bayville NJ on August 5th. Yadimarco will take on Alex Nemeth from the Vitor Shoalin Academy and McManus will take on Natalie Bryjova  the Diesel Training Center.

There are tickets are available for $600 Front Row Table (10 seats), $60 Front row table seats, $500 2nd Row Table (10 seats), $50 2nd row table seat or $40 General Admission.

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Fight Card

 

Main Event

Black Belt NOGI Heavy Weight Title Fight

Tom Deblass (Ocean County BJJ) vs Joao Assis (CheckMat)

210lbs Black Belt NOGI

Kory Acchione (Madama Jiu Jitsu) vs Tex Johnson (Unity)

155lbs Black Belt NOGI

Jeff Lentz (Lentz MMA) vs Thiago Brito (G13)

125lbs Black Belt Gi

Kristian Woodmansee (Atos) vs Chris Noonan (Hive Martial Arts)

165lbs Black Belt NOGI

Frankie Roberts (Silver Fox BJJ) vs Steven Barnett (Inferno MMA)

210lbs Black Belt Gi

Steve Mathis (Triton Fight Center) vs Radji Bryson-Barrett (Team Jucao)

200lbs Black Belt NOGI

Joseph Kuchta  (Madama Jiu Jitsu) vs Joseph Marino (Pellegrino Jiu Jitsu)

180lbs Black Belt NOGI

Garret Lavaggi (Ocean County BJJ) vs Greg Soto (Precision Jiu jisu)

Heavy Weight Black Belt GI

Eric Johnson (Osagame BJJ) vs Mark Fitzpatrick (Pellegrino MMA)

165lbs Brown Belt Gi

Marcus Johnson (Garden State BJJ) vs Christopher Brookens (Robson Moura)

185lbs Brown Belt NOGI

Michael Oettinger (Renzo Gracie) vs George Sullivan (Pellegrino MMA)

140lbs Brown Belt Gi

Natalie Bryjova (Diesel Training) vs Caitlin McManus (Savarese BJJ)

170lbs Brown Belt NOGi

Howard Niego (Renzo Gracie) vs Jay Isip (Pellegrino MMA)

160lbs Brown Belt NOGI

Nick Manela (Gracie Barra) vs Andrew Branch (AMA FIGHT CLUB)

200LBS BROWN BELT GI

URIJAH SUAREZ (BALANCE) VS MATTHEW HOLTHAUS (PELLEGRINO MMA)

150LBS BROWN BELT NOGI

JASON PATTON (MARTINEZ BJJ) VS ASHURE ELBANNA (DANTE RIVERA BJJ)

135LBS BROWN BELT GI

KYLE HUANG (ROOTS ATHLETICS) VS TINH TUPY (PELLEGRINO MMA)

185LBS PURPLE BELT NOGI

DAVID MATIAS GONZALEZ (OCBJJ) VS GUI MITONE (MADAMA)

115LBS PURPLE BELT GI

MELISSA FEINBERG (TRITON FIGHT CENTER) VS ANDREA JORDAN (PELLEGRINO MMA)

160LBS PURPLE BELT NOGI

AMANDA LEVE (RABJJ) VS BRITTNEY ELKIN (EASTON BJJ)

170LBS PURPLE BELT GI

JUSTIN GIOVE (INFERNO MMA) VS JOE MOZDEN (BALANCE)

215lbs PURPLE BELT NOGI

BILLY JOHNSON (SUB FORCE BJJ) VS ED MCCAY (OCBJJ)

145LBS PURPLE BELT GI

VALOR BOYER (127 BJJ) VS CHRIS TUZENEU (PELLEGRINO MMA)

155LBS PIURPLE BELT NOGI

ANDREW VIDAL (BRUNSWICK BJJ) VS NATHAN RAY (ADVANCED MARTIAL ARTS)

165LBS PURPLE BELT GI

ALEX NEMETH (VITOR SHAOLIN BJJ) VS SEAN YADIMARCO (SAVARESE BJJ)

175LBS PURPLE BELT NOGI

BRIAN DEMURO (SJBJJ) VS RYAN MCCARTHY (INFERNO MMA)

155LBS PURPLE BELT NOGI

JESUS MALAGA (MADAMA) VS CHRIS GRUSEMEYER (BALANCE)

HEAVY WEIGHT PURPLE BELT GI

ALAN WRIGHT (BULLPEN) VS GIL ISABEL (DANTE RIVERIA BJJ)

110lbs BLUE BELT GI

Júlia Balmante (BTT) VS GABBY ETZEL (THE HIVE)

165LBS TEEN NOGI

BRIAN RAST (NORTH JERSEY MMA) VS SAVION MARANON (COVEL BJJ)

70LBS YELLOW BELT GI

NICK COLALILO (NICK CATONES MMA) VS LEVI FOOTE (THE HIVE)

 

 

Top ranking BJJ instructor teaches in Lyndhurst

Top ranking BJJ instructor teaches in Lyndhurst

On wednesday night, the top ranking BJJ instructor taught at Lyndhurst Martial Arts Academy Savarese BJJ for 3 hours. 5th degree blackbelt Professor Dave Adiv (gracienewjersey.com) is the highest ranking BJJ instructor with a school in NJ. The Savarese Academy is home of one of his blackbelt students, Professor Chris Savarese. Students of the Savarese Academy as well as students for all over NJ came in and out of the seminar, which lasted over 3 hours.

True master of the art

Adiv is known by those in the art as one of the best teachers of the Fundamental movements of BJJ. One of the first American blackbelts in the art, he worked very closely with the Helio Gracie side of the Gracie Family while coming up through the ranks. At one time, he was a top student at the Gracie Humaita Academy in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Adiv’s first Academy produced many of the first Americans blackbelts under the great Royler Gracie. He is still producing top students today as shhown by UFC standout Mickey Gail.

Thoughts from Professor Savarese

What a great night at Savarese BJJ. My first instructor, 5th degree black belt Professor David Adiv gave an awesome seminar for over 3 hours showing his true passion for teaching the art of Jiu-Jitsu. IMO, he is truly one of a kind, I believe he is one of the best teachers of Jiu-Jitsu in the WORLD. His ability to break down the simplest principles is simply unmatched. I have never watched him teach even something as simple as a basic shrimp where I don’t learn something. His instruction is priceless in my opinion and I consider myself so lucky to have him to turn to at any time. I explained to my students that Savarese BJJ would not exist if not for him. Thank you David for your time, your knowledge and always showing me what a true professor of Jiu-Jitsu is.

Savarese BJJ blackbelts w David Adiv

Savarese BJJ blackbelts w David Adiv

Recent Savarese BJJ Promotions

Recent Savarese BJJ Promotions

There have been a bunch of recent Savarese BJJ promotions. Many of our students made goals at the beginning of the year to improve and so many of them have done just that. Here is a list of all the students who have gone up in rank in the past 3 months:

Blackbelt:

Brian Procel was recently promoted to blackbelt, only the 4th under Professor Savarese. Blackbelt is a tough rank to earn at Savarese BJJ, kudos to Brian for getting that hard earned belt.

Purplebelt:

Leo Alves
Ariana Zeppetelli
Sean Yadimarco
Pete O’Connor
Caitlin McManus
Elliot Santiago
Andrew Kuntz
Eric Estevez-Purplebelt 3rd stripe
Joe O’Connor -Purplebelt 1st Stripe
Brian O’Connor-Purplebelt 1st Stripe

Bluebelt

Ed Vecchione
Ivette Ponte
Craig Lum
Alex Cole
Rochelle Cole​
Rich Jimenez
David Geissler
Tom O’Connor-Bluebelt 4th stripe
Mike O’Connoe-Bluebelt 2nd stripe
Baba Ojo- Bluebelt 2nd stripe
Clinton Haque-Bluebelt 2nd stripe
Jack Z-Bluebelt 1st Stripe
Steve McNicholas-Bluebelt 1st stripe
Tony Urena-Bluebelt 1st stripe
Pete Bouzalakos-Bluebelt 1st stripe

Yellow belt

Theresa Zeppetelli

Whitebelt

Djendy Denot-4th stripe
Christina Mastroeni-3rd Stripe
Kevin Wilton-2nd stripe
Dave Veloso-2nd Stripe
Peter Valdivia-2nd Stripe
Donna Valdivia-2nd Stripe
Jenn Roldan- 1st Stripe
Carlos Aviles-1st stripe
Maverick Garcia-1st Stripe

Recent Savarese BJJ Promotions

Recent Savarese BJJ Promotions

Savarese BJJ’s great tournament showing

Savarese BJJ’s great tournament showing

Savarese BJJ’s great tournament showing was on display saturday at a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Tournament in NJ. It was a great day for the Savarese BJJ competition team today at the NJBJJF (https://www.njbjjf.com/).

Tuning Up for World Championship next weekend

Leo Alves, Sean Yadimarco, Caitlin McManus and Ariana Lynn wanted to tune up for the Worlds in 2 weeks and came up pretty well. Leo continues his submission streak w 2 more subs. He has won 9 of his last 10 matches by submisson. He closed his division w Sean, who had his best tournament of 2017 so far imo. Caitlin also won her division. Ari dominated her first match, losing in the finals by a refs decision.( btw, we haven’t won a refs decision at the NJBJJF in 2 yrs).

Rest Of The Comp team

Congrats to William Pike, from our Training 4 Life team who showed some mental toughness that I always like to see. Will had a tough day at the Big Apple Open 2 weeks ago and came back strong today to earn a silver medal in his division, winning his 1st match by over 20 pts. Our little beast Kayla Zep bumped up and took silver in her division. Anthony Del Guercio had a good match too unfortunately suffering a knee injury that we hope isn’t serious. Also congrats to Babatunde Ojo who finished strong but came up short. Also congrats to our kids, w 10 kids competing, 8 took gold or silver.

Kids results:

Reagan Roxas gold,
Antonio Santiago gold,
Mateo Santiago gold,
Brandon Adragna gold and silver,
Taylor Adragna gold and silver,
Mikey Carreira silver,
Angelina Pettigano silver,
Angelina Velastegui silver
Kaylee Carreira bronze
Sophia Velastegui bronze

I always tell the team, I am always so proud of those who put it on the line, not because of your success but because you aren’t afraid to fail. Competition success come with great sacrifice and many of you showed great dedication to improving. Oss.

Grapplers Planet Featured An Article About Lyndhurst Martial Arts Instructor

Grapplers Planet Featured An Article About Lyndhurst Martial Arts Instructor

Last week Grapplers Planet featured an article about Lyndhurst Martial Arts Instructor, Professor Sean Bermudez. He who is the Head Children’s Program Instructor at Savarese BJJ Academy. In the article, Professor Bermudez details his struggles with ADHD growing up and even into his early 20’s. Also in the article, he talks about how the lessons he has learned in Jiu-Jitsu have helped him with this disorder. Furthermore, he defines what it was like growing up with people who didn’t quite understand his hyperactivity. Many people go through life fighting this on a daily basis. Professor Bermudez wrote this article in hopes that he might be able to help others dealing with what he has.

Below you can find a quote from the article written by Professor Bermudez.

“I found Jiu-Jitsu. The focus required to improve is so great that you really can’t give in to the ADHD. You have to fight it and conquer the need to lose your attention. My desire to reach my goals in Jiu-Jitsu helps keep me in line. The training helps expel the surplus of nervous energy and I am able to focus on other things.”

Click Here to View the Article in Full.

How to find out more information about Savarese Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

To find out more information on the academy, call 201 933-5134 or fill out the contact form on the front page of our site.

About Savarese BJJ

Savarese Brazlian Jiu-Jitsu Academy is a Lyndhurst, NJ based martial arts school. Offering classes for men, women and children, the academy has something for everyone. The Owner/Head Instructor Chris Savarese has trained directly with and received his Black Belt from the world renowned Gracie Family. Also, Savarese BJJ is one of the few schools still teaching the original curriculum of the Gracie Academy in Brazil.

Savarese BJJ teenage standouts promoted to purplebelt

Savarese BJJ teenage standouts promoted to purplebelt

The Savarese BJJ teenage standout are promoted to purplebelt! Over the past year 3 Savarese BJJ teenage standout have been gathering quite a name in the jiu-jitsu competition scene. Sean Yadimarco, Leo Alves and Ariana Zeppetelli have been winning Brazilian Jiu-jitsu tournaments all over the East Coast. The trio even competed in the World Championship the last 2 years. Zeppetelli had a tremendous showing this year. On wednesday night at the Park ave school, the Savarese BJJ teenage standouts were promoted to purplebelt by Professor Chris Savarese, their instructor.

Tournaments

The “Big 3” were promoted to purplebelt alongside teammates Caitlin McManus, Andrew Kuntz and Pete O’Connor. Over the past 3 years, they have excelled in tournaments as the NY Open (ibjjf.com ), NJBJJF (nbjjf.com ), Big Apple Jiu-Jitsu Classic, Pride Jiu-jitsu Championship, North American Grappling Association (NAGA), Grappling Industries and a couple more. Alves won a superfight at Fight To Win 30, finishing his opponent with a submission in just 53 seconds. In addition, he also was the No-Gi pan Am Champion last year. Zeppetelli finished 1 match from the medal round at the 2017 World BJJ Championship. Yadimarco, who finished 28-4 as a wrestler for Clifton High School this year, has won a medal at just about every tournament he has entered in the past 2 years.

Words from Savarese

“These 3….I can’t say enough good things about them. 17 and 18 year old purplebelts. Wow, what a major accomplishment! To say I am proud of them would be an understatement. They are all wise beyond their years. Their commitment is unwavering, they have been testing themselves in competition vs adults since I thought they were physically able to. Futhermore, I made sure they know their self defense so they understand Jiu-Jitsu in all aspects. In conclusion, their future is so bright, bring your glasses.”

Yadimarco at 2016 World Championships

Yadimarco at 2016 World Championships

Zeppetelli after win at 2017 World Championship

Zeppetelli after win at 2017 World Championship

Alves after finishing his opponent in 53 seconds at FTW30

Alves after finishing his opponent in 53 seconds at FTW30

Brian Procel – New Savarese BJJ blackbelt

Brian Procel – New Savarese BJJ blackbelt

Jersey City resident Brian Procel is Savarese BJJ’s newest blackbelt. Before over 150 in class wednesday, Procel realized his lifelong dream in front of teammates and family. He is only the 4th student to receive a blackbelt from Professor Chris Savarese. The Lyndhurst Jiu-Jitsu Academy promoted many others to blue and purplebelt as well.

Special Night

It was a very special night tonight at Savarese BJJ as Professor Savarese promoted Brian Procel to blackbelt. Savarese spoke of the commitment Brian has and always had, even as an 18 yr old bluebelt riding a skateboard from Jersey City to Lyndhurst every day to train. He is the ultimate role model for our younger students, as he has tested himself in every format of grappling. He has fought in the cage at Cage Grappling, all the BJJ tournaments across the East Coast and the prestigeous World Championships in CA. Procel is the first to help younger students, knows his self-defense inside and out and is always the last guy on the mat every single night. Brian then gave a fantastic speech to his teammates to end the night.

Others promoted

Many of our lower belts were promoted as well. Professor Savarese spoke of this bluebelt class, calling it the best he’s ever had in the school’s 11 years. The group was also very successful in competition, being at the lead of a group that has won over 10 team titles in the last 3 years. 


Purplebelt:
Leo Alves
Ariana Zeppetelli
Sean Yadimarco
Pete O’Connor
Caitlin McManus
Elliot Santiago
Andrew Kuntz

Bluebelt
Ed Vecchione
Ivette Ponte
Craig Lum
Alex Cole
Rochelle Cole

Yellow belt
Theresa Zeppetelli

Savarese BJJ team pic

Savarese BJJ team pic

Jiu-Jitsu demonstration for Rutherford Girl Scouts

Jiu-Jitsu demonstration for Rutherford Girl Scouts

The Savarese Brazilian Aademy led a jiu-jitsu demonstration for a group of Rutherford Girl Scouts this past Saturday. During the hour long session, Professor Sean Bermudez and Women’s Instructor Ariana Zeppetelli, instructors at the Park Ave scool, taught the girls some basic Self-Defense techniques. Also, the girls were greeted and assisted by some of the Advanced Youth Program. They were partnered together to ensure the girls got the most out of their time on the mats. As the girls learned each technique they got more interested in learning more. Some of them even asked to enroll in the school.

The girl scouts were able to earn a self-defense badge for attending the seminar. By the end of the class, the girls had learned some of the more common self-defense scenarios.

Jiu-Jitsu for girls/women

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is one of the best martial arts for girls or women to learn. Learning Jiu-Jitsu will provide you with the tools and skills to overcome an attack. By training real-life scenarios such as this, you will become more confident and have less fear about your chances of not being harmed should an attack happens. As the old saying goes “To be prepared is half the victory.”

About Savarese Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy.

Finally, we at Savarese Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy would like to thank the Rutherford Girl Scouts Troop Leaders and Parents that made this seminar come to fruition. So if any other Girl Scout or Boy Scout troops would like to arrange a visit any time soon, contact us today.

Savarese Jiu-Jitsu is located in Lyndhurst NJ, offering classes for children, teens and adults. For the last decade Savarese BJJ has committed to offering top notch instruction to Lyndhurst and the surrounding towns. If you or someone you know is interested in learning Jiu-Jitsu contact 201 933-5134 or email savbjj@gmail.com .

Rutherford Girl Scouts Visit Lyndhurst Martial Arts School

Rutherford Girl Scouts Visit Lyndhurst Martial Arts School

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standing up in base

Savarese Jiu-Jitsu students compete at World BJJ Championship

Savarese Jiu-Jitsu students compete at World BJJ Championship

5 Savarese jiu-Jitsu students competed at World BJJ Championship in Long Beach, CA last weekend. The event, held at the Walter Pyramid at California State Long Beach, had over 1000 competitors from all over the world. First to compete were the bluebelts, Leo Alves, Caitln McManus, Ariana Zeppetelli and Sean Yadimarco. While everyone did well in their divisions, Zeppetelli had the strongest showing finishing 1 match from the medal round. Next was brownbelt Brian Procel, coming off a strong showing last year which included a 39 second submission. he fared well this year year as well, winning one of his matches in which was down 5-0 and came back to win, showing a never give up attitude.

Message from Professor Savarese about the competition team

All of our fighters are done competing and I wanted to take a brief moment to speak about this weekend before we go back to watch the blackbelts compete at 4pm. I wanted to once again say a HUGE thank you to all the businesses, Savarese BJJ students and parents and friends and family that donated $ to make this possible. It is very hard for BJJ practitioners who don’t have a sponsor and aren’t from CA to make it out here to test themselves against the best and try to accomplish a dream. A big congrats to our competitors who all performed so well this weekend. The level of jiu-jitsu here is off the charts and has to be seen in person. Props to you for having the guts to try and for not being afraid to fail. I’m proud to be your instructor. We had a lot of wins here this weekend and even the matches we lost, all but 1 we had our chances to win and that is all we can ask. Congrats again and on behalf of my team, thank you . OSS.

Notes from the Worlds

Things I noticed at 2017 Worlds (for those who care):

1) The berimbolo was absent. I always have hated the berimbolo but I have to admit, it has really has a HUGE effect on the passing game and people understanding how to use their chest and smash. This leads me to #2

2) People’s guard passing has definitely improved. And more people smash passing. People were staying lower to pass and not standing as much.

3) The closed Guard is back in style. I have always preached that there are more submission attacks than any other guard and many of the top new guys are playing a closed guard to submit or even to go into their DLR and X off of guard breaks. A lot of High Guard, walking legs up and armlocks.

4) A lot of over/under passing. And not just from MG/Alliance teams. I have a feeling many of using technology to advanced their games (Faria DVD) and Lovato and BJJ Library (smash passing)

5)The lowerbelts are getting better and better every year. The amount of talent at bluebelt on Thursday was insane. Jonathon Alves from ATOS is insane, is possibly the best bluebelt I have seen in my 20+ years of BJJ. that Pedro kid from Gordo’s was excellent. At purple, Jon Gracie won Absolute at 166lbs! Tha is so impressive. At Brownbelt, even though he took 2nd, Rolando Sampson was unreal to watch, so impressive.

6) The womens divisions seem to get deeper every year. Its seems that not long ago, there was 1-2 women that you knew were gonna win. Not anymore. Division are deep and talent is way up.

Savarese Jiu-Jitsu students compete at World BJJ Championship

Savarese Jiu-Jitsu students compete at World BJJ Championship

Ariana wins

Ariana wins

IBJJF 2017 World BJJ Championships results

IBJJF 2017 World BJJ Championships results

Black Belt Division

BLACK / Adult / Male / Rooster |
1 – Bruno da Silva Malfacine – Alliance
2 – Caio Terra – Brasa CTA
3 – Lucas dos Santos Pinheiro – AMBJJ – Alex Martins Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
3 – Tomoyuki Hashimoto – Brasa CTA

BLACK / Adult / Male / Light-Feather  |
1 – Michael Musumeci Jr. – Brasa CTA
2 – João Ricardo Bordignon Miyao – Cicero Costha Internacional
3 – Ary de Melo Farias – Atos Jiu-Jitsu
3 – Gabriel Afonso dos Santos Moraes – Alliance

BLACK / Adult / Male / Feather | 
1 – Rubens Charles Maciel – Alliance
2 – Leonardo Fernandes Saggioro – Brazilian Top Team Int.
3 – Gianni Paul Grippo – Alliance
3 – Shane Jamil Hill-Taylor – Team Lloyd Irvin

BLACK / Adult / Male / Light |
1 – Lucas Alves Lepri – Alliance
2 – Roberto Satoshi de Souza – Bull-Terrier Bonsai
3 – Jhonny Loureiro Sigallis Souza – Alliance International
3 – Yan Lucas Cordeiro Paiva – Ribeiro Jiu-Jitsu

BLACK / Adult / Male / Middle | 
1 – Gabriel Arges de Sousa – Gracie Barra
2 – Marcos Vinícius da Silva Tinoco – Alliance International
3 – Jaime Soares Canuto – GF Team International
3 – Otavio Ferreira de Sousa – Gracie Barra

BLACK / Adult / Male / Medium-Heavy |
1 – Andre Luiz Leite Galvão – Atos Jiu-Jitsu
2 – Patrick Pontes Moura Santos Gaudio – GF Team
3 – Felipe Carsalade Araujo Pena – Gracie Barra
3 – Rômulo Claudio Barral – Gracie Barra

BLACK / Adult / Male / Heavy |
1 – Nicholas de Barcellos Meregali – Alliance International
2 – Leandro Lo Pereira do Nascimento – Ns Brotherhood
3 – Dimitrius Soares Souza – Alliance
3 – Guilherme Augusto Soares Santos – Alliance
BLACK / Adult / Male / Super-Heavy | 
1 – Erberth Santos de Mesquita – Atos Jiu-Jitsu
2 – Bernardo Augusto Rocha de Faria – Alliance
3 – Luiz Fernando de Azevedo Panza – CheckMat
3 – Mahamed Aly Santos da Silva – Team Lloyd Irvin

BLACK / Adult / Male / Ultra-Heavy |
1 – Marcus Vinícius Oliveira de Almeida – CheckMat
2 – Gustavo Dias Elias – Ribeiro Jiu-Jitsu
3 – João Gabriel de Oliveira e S. Rocha – Soul Fighters BJJ
3 – Otavio de Souza Nalati – Team Lloyd Irvin

BLACK / Adult / Female / Rooster | 
1 – Rikako Yuasa – Paraestra Shinagawa
2 – Rayanne Amanda Carmo dos Santos – Attack JJ Team – Belém PA
3 – Outi Järvilehto – Brasa CTA
3 – Serena Gabrielli – Flow

BLACK / Adult / Female / Light-Feather |
1 – Ana Talita de Oliveira Alencar – Alliance
2 – Gezary Matuda Kubis Bandeira – American Top Team
3 – Kristina Sofia Puruganan Barlaan – Brasa CTA
3 – Thamires Diógenes de Aquino – GF Team

BLACK / Adult / Female / Feather | 
1 – Emilie Maxine M. H. Thylin – Gracie Humaita South Bay
2 – Ana Carolina Schmitt – Gracie Humaita
3 – Aarae Alexander – Team Lloyd Irvin
3 – Jaqueline de Moraes Amorim – CheckMat

BLACK / Adult / Female / Light |
1 – LuizaMonteiro Moura da Costa – Ns Brotherhood
2 – Beatriz de Oliveira Mesquita – Gracie Humaita
3 – Jessica Cristina C. A. dos Santos – Elite Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Redmond
3 – Tammi Alana Musumeci – Brasa CTA

BLACK / Adult / Female / Middle |
1 – Ana Carolina Vieira Srour – GF Team
2 – Monique Medeiros Elias – Alliance
3 – Amanda Loewen – SBG International (SBGI)
3 – Nivia de Souza Moura – Ribeiro Jiu-Jitsu

BLACK / Adult / Female / Medium-Heavy |
1 – Nathiely Karoline Melo de Jesus – Cicero Costha Internacional
2 – Andresa Correa – Alliance
3 – Jessica da Silva Oliveira – Gracie Barra
3 – Leah Roseanne Taylor – SBG International (SBGI)

BLACK / Adult / Female / Heavy |
1 – Claudia Fernanda Onofre V. Doval – De La Riva JJ
2 – Talita Andrea Nogueira – Ns Brotherhood
3 – Fernanda Mazzelli Almeida Maio – Striker JJ

BLACK / Adult / Female / Super-Heavy |
1 – Tayane Porfírio de Araújo – Alliance
2 – Venla Orvokki Luukkonen – Hilti BJJ Jyvaskyla

BLACK / Adult / Female / Open Class |
1 – Tayane Porfírio de Araújo – Alliance
2 – Nathiely Karoline Melo de Jesus – Cicero Costha Internacional
3 – Beatriz de Oliveira Mesquita – Gracie Humaita
3 – Jessica da Silva Oliveira – Gracie Barra

Black Belt Absolute Class

Final: MARCUS ALMEIDA def. LEANDRO LO

Semifinal: LEANDRO LO def. LUIZ PANZA
Semifinal: MARCUS ALMEIDA def. ERBERTH SANTOS

Quarterfinal: LUIZ PANZA def. BERNARDO FARIA
Quarterfinal: LEANDRO LO def. JOÃO GABRIEL DE OLIVEIRA
Quarterfinal: MARCUS ALMEIDA def. MAHAMED ALY
Quarterfinal: ERBERTH SANTOS def. TANNER RICE

Round 2: LUIZ PANZA def. GUSTAVO DIAS ELIAS
Round 2: BERNARDO FARIA def. VALDIR ARAUJO DE LIMA JÚNIOR
Round 2: JOÃO GABRIEL ROCHA def. NICHOLAS MEREGALI
Round 2: LEANDRO LO def. DANY GERARD
Round 2: MAHAMED ALY def. MATHEUS DINIZ
Round 2: MARCUS ALMEIDA def. IGOR SCHNEIDER
Round 2: TANNER RICE def. FELIPE BEZERRA
Round 2: ERBERTH SANTOS def. ROBERTO ABREU

Round 1: LUIZ PANZA def. DILLON DANIS
Round 1: GUSTAVO DIAS ELIAS def. OTAVIO DE SOUZA NALATI
Round 1: VALDIR DE LIMA JÚNIOR def. PEDRO PALHARES
Round 1: JOÃO GABRIEL ROCHA def.  AARON JOHNSON
Round 1: NICHOLAS MEREGALI def. ARNALDO DE OLIVEIRA
Round 1: DANY GERARD def. ANTONIO HENRIQUES JUNIOR
Round 1: MAHAMED ALY def. ROMES PEREIRA RAMOS JUNIOR
Round 1: MATHEUS DINIZ def. VIKING WONG
Round 1: IGOR SCHNEIDER def. ELIOT ANDREW KELLY
Round 1: FELIPE BEZERRA def. GUILHERME AUGUSTO SOARES SANTOS
Round 1: TANNER RICE def. JAMES RICHARD PUOPOLO
Round 1: ROBERTO ABREU def. CARLOS FARIAS