On Sunday 19th of December, Eddie Bravo hosted the Combat Jiu-Jitsu Worlds in Cancun, Mexico.
The event held a 16 man tournament for the 145lb Combat Jiu-Jitsu World Championship with the bracket headed by the favorite, Keith Krikorian of 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu.
He recently took 2nd at the ADCC North America trials under the 66kg category.
Scoring a win against Ben Eddy, and a submission victory over multiple-time no-gi world champion Gianni Grippo.
The event also featured a super fight between UFC veteran Donald (Cowboy) Cerrone vs Craig Jones, the 2019 ADCC silver medalist.
Here’s a summary of the results from the weekend:
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Super Fight Main Event
Donald (Cowboy) Cerrone Vs Craig Jones
Craig Jones wins 5 minutes 14 seconds via rear-naked choke.
Round of 16
Match 1 – Jordan Holy Vs Orlando Yeh
Jordan Holy wins 1 minute 34 seconds via inside heel hook from 50/50
Match 2 – Diego Lopes Vs Zach Schneider
Zach Schneider wins 1 minute 19 seconds via rear-naked choke
Match 3 – Kim Terra Vs Cris Lencioni
Cris Lencioni wins in overtime via forfeit
Match 4 – Mike Wacker Vs Ben Tapia
Mike Wacker wins in overtime via riding time
Match 5 – Keith Krikorian Vs Tycen Lynn
Keith Krikorian wins 5 minutes 54 seconds via inside heel hook
Match 6 – Gabriel Daffron Vs Mikey Zindler
Gabriel Daffron wins 1 minute 20 seconds via inside heel hook
Match 7 – Laird Anderson Vs David Weintraub
Laird Anderson wins in overtime via rear naked choke
Match 8 – Ben Eddy Vs Dillion Masington
Ben Eddy wins 5 minutes 3 seconds via inverted triangle
Match 1 – Jordan Holy Vs Zach Schneider
Jordan Holy wins 8 minutes 8 seconds via inside heel hook from 50/50
Match 2 – Cris Lencioni Vs Michael Wacker
Cris Lencioni wins in overtime via neck crank
Match 3 – Keith Krikorian Vs Gabriel Daffron
Keith Krikorian wins 1 minute 22 seconds via rear-naked choke
Match 4 – Laird Anderson Vs Ben Eddy
Laird Anderson wins in overtime via riding time
Match 1 – Jordan Holy Vs Cris Lencioni
Jordan Holy wins 25 seconds via inside heel hook from cross ashi
Match 2 – Keith Krikorian Vs Laird Anderson
Keith Krikorian wins 5 minutes 30 seconds via technical submission
Keith Krikorian Vs Laird Anderson
Keith Krikorian wins in overtime via rear-naked choke
An exciting night of Combat Jiu-Jitsu, with the majority of the matches finishing in regulation time with a submission.
Mostly by inside heel hook.
If you want to watch the event, it’s streamed exclusively on UFC Fight Pass.
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