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Friday, May 25, 2018

Truckers strike causes postponement of the Gramado International Pro

The Federação Brasileira de Jiu-Jitsu (FBJJ), the UAEJJF and the City of Gramado regret to inform that the truckers strike in Brazil, launched on Monday, May 21, has caused the postponement of the Gramado International Pro, scheduled May 26-27, in Gramado, state of Rio Grande do Sul.
The strike has caused shortage of fuel and many other products in most of the country. The Gramado Mayor's Office declared this Thursday, May 24, the city in a state of public calamity until further notice. With the safety and comfort of its competitors in mind, the FBJJ, the UAEJJF and the City decided to postpone the event until the situation in Brazil has returned to normal.
A new date in the months to come will be announced shortly and all athletes registered in the event will have their registrations honored. The FBJJ and the UAEJJF also inform that those competitors not able to participate in the new date will receive a full refund. For more info, please access,


Greve dos caminhoneiros força adiamento do Gramado International Pro
A Federação Brasileira de Jiu-Jitsu (FBJJ), a UAEJJF e a Prefeitura Municipal de Gramado (PMG) lamentam informar que a paralisação dos caminhoneiros em todo o território nacional iniciada na última segunda-feira, dia 21 de Maio, causou o adiamento do evento Gramado International Pro, que seria realizado neste final de semana, 26 e 27 de maio, em Gramado, Rio Grande do Sul.
A greve provocou desabastecimento de combustíveis e diversos outros produtos em grande parte do Brasil. A Prefeitura Municipal de Gramado emitiu nota nessa quinta-feira, 24 de maio, declarando estado de calamidade pública no município. Com isso, pensando na segurança e na comodidade dos competidores, a FBJJ, a UAEJJF e a PMG, organizadoras do evento, decidiram adiar o mesmo até que a situação esteja normalizada.
Uma nova data nos próximos meses será anunciada em breve e todos os atletas inscritos no evento terão suas incrições honradas. A FBJJ e a UAEJJF se prontificam ainda a fazer a devolução do valor da inscrição para aqueles atletas que não puderem participar do evento em nova data. Para maiores informações, acesse e

Monday, May 21, 2018

IBJJF Worlds 2018 - Pre-Schedule

The IBJJF Worlds takes place this May 30 - June 3rd 2018 at the Walter Pyramid CSU Long Beach
located at 1250 N. Bellflower Blvd. in Long Beach, Ca. This is the most prestigious event in the IBJJF calendar and always attracts the best to compete. So far confirmed amongst top names are Bruno Malfacine, Joao Miyao, Gianni Grippo, Lucas Lepri, Michael Langhi, JT Torres, Celso Venicius, Claudio Calasans, Otavio Souza, Keenan Cornelisu, Tarsys Humphries, Alexandre Ribeiro, Leandro Lo, Yuri Simoes, Marcus Buchecha, Ricardo Evangelista in the Black belt adult male and in the ladies Gezary Matuda, Kristina Barlaan, Bianca Basilio, Tami Musumeci, Luiza Costa, Bia Mesquita, Luana Alzuguir, Fernanda Mazzelli and Tayane Porfirio

If you are thinking of signing up you better hurry as registration can close any time: The registration capacity for this championship has reached 87.2 % according to the IBJJF


Wednesday – May 30th:
White Adult (Weight divisions)
White Masters (Weight divisions)
Blue Adult (Weight divisions and Open Class)

Thursday – May 31st:
White Adult (Weight divisions)
White Masters (Weight divisions)
Blue Adult (Weight divisions and Open Class)
Purple Adult (Weight divisions and Open Class)

Friday – June 1st:
Blue Adult (Weight divisions and Open Class)
Purple Adult (Weight divisions and Open Class)
Brown Adult (Weight divisions  and Open Class)

Saturday – June 2nd:
Blue Juvenile (Weight divisions and Open Class)
Brown Adult (Weight divisions and Open Class)
Black Adult (Weight divisions and Open Class)

Sunday – June 3rd:
Black Adult (Weight divisions and Open Class)



LOS ANGELES – Due to injury, Mirko Cro Cop can no longer compete in his highly anticipated Bellator debut at Bellator 200 against Roy Nelson. As a result, the Bellator 200 main event now sees reigning middleweight champ Rafael Carvalho (15-1) defend his title against top contender Gegard Mousasi (43-6-2) in a five-round affair, while the co-main event features undefeated British striker Michael “Venom” Page (12-0), better known as “MVP,” against David Rickels (19-4, 2 NC) at welterweight. Bellator 200 takes place Friday, May 25 at The SSE Arena, Wembley in London and will air on Paramount Network at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT.

The main card also includes former titleholder Phil Davis (18-4) taking on Linton Vassell (18-6) in a light heavyweight matchup and reality star turned MMA fighter Aaron Chalmers (3-0) making his promotional debut against fellow Brit Ash Griffiths (4-5). The remainder of the main card will be announced later this week.

Prior to the main card on Paramount Network, Bellator 200 will also feature plenty of exciting preliminary matchups showcasing many of the U.K.’s top young talent. The undefeated Anastasia Yankova (5-0) returns against the always-tough Kate Jackson (9-3-1), while a trio of former BAMMA champions are in action when former middleweight champion Mike Shipman (11-1) fights Carl Noon (7-2), former BAMMA featherweight kingpin Daniel Crawford (10-1) challenges Pedro Carvalho (6-3) and former BAMMA lightweight titlist Ryan Scope (11-1) faces Martyn Harris (4-4). Fans will see Bellator veteran Anatoly Tokov (25-3) clash with Vladimir Filipovic (10-2), SBG Ireland-product Charlie Ward (4-3) in action against Louis King (1-1) and Mousasi-trained prospect Costello van Steenis (9-1) meeting Kevin Fryer (6-2).

Tickets for the event are on sale now at The SSE Arena, Wembley box office (0844 815 0815),, and Bellator 200 will be broadcast on Paramount Network at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT, while preliminary action will stream on and globally on the Bellator Mobile App beginning at 12:30 p.m. ET/9:30 a.m. PT.

Saturday, May 19, 2018

UFC Fight Night 129: Maia v Usman Results

UFC Fight Night 129: Maia v Usman takes place today, Saturday, May 19th 2018 at the Movistar Arena in Santiago, Chile. This is the first UFC event in Chile and is headlined by a welterweight bout between Kamaru Usman and Demian Maia.

Main Card (Live on FOX Sports 1, 7:00 PM PST)

-Demian Maia v Kamaru Usman - Usman by unanimous decision R5
-Alexa Grasso v Tatiana Suarez - Suarezz by submission -RNC- 2:44 R1
-Jared Cannonier v Dominick Reyes - Reyes by TKO -punches- 2:55 R1
-Guido Cannetti v Diego Rivas - Cannetti by unanimous decision R3
-Veronica Macedo v Andrea Lee- Lee by unanimous decision R3
-Vicente Luque v Chad Laprise- Luque by KO -strikes- 4:16 R1

Preliminary Card (Live on FOX Sports 2, 5:00 PM PST)

-Zak Cummings v Michel Prazeres - Prazeres by split decision R3
-Brandon Moreno v Alexandre Pantoja - Pantoja by unanimous decision R3
-Poliana Botelho v Syuri Kondo - Botelho by TKO -strikes- 0:33 R1
-Humberto Bandenay v Gabriel Benitez - Benitez by KO -slam and strikes- 0:39 R1

Preliminary Bouts (Live on UFC Fight Pass, 3:30 PM PST)

-Enrique Barzola v Brandon Davis - Barzola by Unanimous decision R3
-Frankie Saenz v Henry Briones - Saenz by Unanimous Decision R3
-Claudio Puelles v Felipe Silva - Puelles by Submission -kneebar- 2:23 R3

Sunday, May 13, 2018

Bellator 199: Bader v Mo Results

Bellator 199: Bader v Mo took place today, Mat 12, 2018 at the SAP Center in San Jose, CA. The event featured a five bout main card live on Paramount network at 9:00 PM.
The main event was headlined by a bout between Ryan Bader and King Mo Lawal, the last off the opening round of the heavyweight Grand Prix.

Ryan Bader (25-5) defeated “King Mo” Lawal (21-7, 1 NC) via knockout (punch) at :15 of round one

Jon Fitch (31-7-1, 1 NC) defeated Paul Daley (40-16-2) via unanimous decision (29-27, 29-26, 29-26)

Aaron Pico (3-1) defeated Lee Morrison (19-9) via TKO (punch to body) at 1:10 of round one

Cheick Kongo (28-10-2) defeated Javy Ayala (10-7) via knockout (punches) at 2:29 of round one

Adam Piccolotti (10-2) defeated Carrington Banks (7-1) via submission (rear-naked choke) at 4:41 of round three

Hyder Amil (2-0) defeated Elias Anderson (0-1) via TKO at 3:01 of round two

Ignacio Ortiz (1-0) defeated Matt Aragoni (1-1) via TKO at 2:57 of round three

Mark Climaco (2-0) defeated Daniel Oseguera (0-1) via TKO at 2:21 of round one

J.J. Okanovich (6-1) defeated Hugo Lujan (3-3) via unanimous decision

Tom Ponce de Leon (2-0) defeated Dominic Sumner (1-2) via TKO at 2:48 of round two

Nohelin Hernandez (7-2) defeated Josh San Diego (7-4) via unanimous decision

Josh Paiva (10-2) defeated Adam Antolin (13-4) via KO at :32 of round one

Cass Bell (1-0) defeated Khai Wu (1-1) via submission (guillotine choke) at 3:27 of round two

Jordan Williams (7-2) defeated Brandon Hester (4-1) via TKO (punches) at 1:11 of round two

Amber Leibrock (3-1) defeated Janay Harding (3-4) via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-26, 30-26)

James Terry (20-9) defeated Danasabe Mohammed (5-2) via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-26, 30-26)

Gaston Bolanos (3-1) defeated Malcom Hill (3-5) via TKO (leg kicks) at 2:54 of round one

Justin Tenedora (2-1) defeated David Rivera (0-3) via submission (triangle-choke) at 4:27 of round one

Deron Winn (4-0) defeated Ahmed White (0-1) via knockout (punches) at 2:32 of round one

Saturday, May 12, 2018

UFC 224: Nunes v Pennington Results

Ultimate Fighting Championship 224 was held today, May 12, 2018, at the Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The main event features a women’s bantamweight title fight between champion Amanda Nunes and top contender Raquel Pennington.

Main Card (Pay per View)

Amanda Nunes  v Raquel Pennington - Nunes by TKO (punches) 2:36 R5
Ronaldo Souza  v Kelvin Gastelum - Gastelum by split decision R3

Mackenzie Dern v Amanda Cooper - Dern by submission (RNC)  2:27  R1

John Lineker v Brian Kelleher - Lineker by KO (punch)   3:43  R3

Lyoto Machida v Vitor Belfort  - Machida by KO (kick)  1:00  R2

Preliminary Card (FX)

Cezar Ferreira v Karl Roberson - Ferreira by Technical Submission (arm-triangle choke) 4:45  R1

Oleksiy Oliynyk v Júnior Albini - Oliynyk by  submission (Ezekiel choke) 1:45 R1

Davi Ramos v Nick Hein  - Ramos by submission (RNC) 4:15 R1

Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos v Sean Strickland - Zaleski by KO (strikes) 3:40  R1

Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass)

Warlley Alves v Sultan Aliev - Alves by TKO (doctor stoppage)  5:00 R2   

Jack Hermansson v Thales Leites -Hermansson by TKO (punches) 2:10  R3

Ramazan Emeev v Alberto Mina - Ramazan by unanimous decision R3

Markus Perez v  James Bochnovic - Perez by submission (RNC)     4:28  R1

Five Grappling Nevada 2: full day of matches in a celebration for the Jiu-Jitsu family

Photo: Ivan Trindade/Gentle Art Media
Five Grappling Nevada 2: full day of matches in a celebration for the Jiu-Jitsu family

Five Grappling returned to Las Vegas this Saturday, May 12, for the Nevada 2 event at the Las Vegas High School. With over 400 competitors of all ages, from kids to seniors, the venue welcomed entire families that came to celebrate their love for Jiu-Jitsu.

The day opened with a quick rules seminar for the little ones, so they would be aware of the “dos and don'ts” and could roll more safely. Then everybody stood for the National Anthem and soon after the matches began.

The kids more than delivered in terms of technique and heart on the mats. Competitors as young as 5 years of age proved beyond any doubt that they knew what they were doing. With each category of a higher age range that came to play, the technical accuracy and the will to win increased. After tough battles in the gi for the ultimate goal of winning the Five Grappling belt and medals, the kids also tested their skills in no-gi divisions.

The adult, master and senior division came after the kids left the stage. From white belt to black belts, the crowd was treated to high level matches fought to the very last second.

In the adult black belt division, the highlight of the day was Cobra Kai's Shane Shapiro, who walked out of the event with three titles. He won the middleweight division and the open class in the gi and wrapped the day with another gold in the no-gi open class division. In the absolute finals, Shapiro beat Gabriel Checco twice, finishing with a guillotine in the gi and building a 7-0 lead in the no-gi final. In the middleweight final, Shapiro caught Samir Abdolkader with an armlock to secure the gold medal. 

Also in the adult black belt division, Gabriel Checco beat Jim Collins twice to win the light-heavyweight title and Bryan Calleros caught Thiago Lemos with an armbar inside the triangle to win the welterweight gold medal.

Another highlight of the day was the presence of black belt Fredson Paixão, who also had a double gold campaign. Fredson won the master middleweight division and the open class. In the absolute final, he swept Romulo Caiado twice to build a 4-0 lead. After all was said and done, in the teams competitions results were:

Best Academy
1st – Cobra Kai Jiu-Jitsu - 231pts
2nd – Carlson Gracie Henderson – 139pts
3rd – Gracie Humaitá Las Vegas – 139pts
Overall Team
1st – Cobra Kai Jiu-Jitsu – 231pts
2nd – Gracie Humaitá – 163pts
3rd – Carlson Gracie Henderson – 139pts

Click here for the complete results. The next stop in the Five Grappling circuit is in Dallas, for the Texas 3, on July 14. The registration deadline is July 9. Sign up to compete now. Click here to know more.