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Signori e Signore : Rafael Lovato Jr il 2 Febbraio (Domenica) alla MMA Atletica Boxe  dalle 11.00 alle 13.oo per un seminario aperto a tutti. Ideato e pensato dal Maestro Garcia Amadori.
Rafael Lovato Jr è senza ombra di smentita il miglior atleta di BJJ nogi e gi, ha vinto ovunque e contro chiunque. Per gli appassionati del BJJ è un appuntamento che vale tutta l’attività sportiva, conoscere il più grande di tutti.
Unico seminario per il Nord Italia costo 40 Euro.
La MMA Atletica Boxe apre le sue porte a tutti , per dare la possibilità a tutti i praticanti di conoscere il Maestro e avere insieme una lezione che potrete raccontare ai nipotini !
Ecco l’immenso palmares di Rafael Lovato Jr:

Some of Rafael’s accomplishments as a Black Belt include:

  • 3 x Pan-American Champion (2005, 2007, & 2008)
  • 2 x Budweiser World Cup Pro Champion (2005 & 2007)
  • 2 x Grapplers Quest Pro Champion
  • 2005 CBJJE World Cup Bronze Medalist
  • 2005 Rickson Gracie Budo Challenge Champion
  • 2006 American National Champion
  • 2006 Professional Submission League X-Mission Champion
  • 2007 European Open Champion
  • 2007 Brasileiro Champion
  • 2007 World BJJ Champion
  • 2007 BJJ Fighter of the Year
  • 2008 World BJJ Runner-Up
  • 2009 ADCC Submission Wrestling World Championships 4th Place
  • 2009 No-Gi World Runner-Up
  • 2009 World BJJ Bronze Medalist
  • 2010 Pan-American Runner-Up
  • 2010 Brasileiro Absolute Runner-Up
  • 2010 World BJJ Bronze Medalist
  • 2010 No-Gi World Champion
  • 2011 European Open Runner-Up
  • 2011 Abu Dhabi Pro Trials Poland Absolute Champion
  • 2011 Abu Dhabi World Pro No-Gi Champion
  • 2011 Abu Dhabi World Pro Gi Bronze Medalist
  • 2011 World BJJ Bronze Medalist
  • 2011 ADCC Submission Wrestling World Championships 4th Place
  • 2011 Grapplers Quest / UFC Fan Expo Superfight Champion
  • 2011 No-Gi World Champion
  • 2011 Abu Dhabi Pro Trials San Antonio Weight & Absolute Champion
  • 2012 Abu Dhabi World Pro Bronze Medalist
  • 2012 World Jiu-Jitsu Expo Superfight Champion
  • 2012 World BJJ Bronze Medalist
  • 2012 Metamoris Champion
  • 2012 No-Gi World Runner-Up
  • 2013 Brasileiro Absolute Champion
  • Grapplers Quest Hall of Fame Inductee
  • United States Martial Arts Hall of Fame Inductee

Statistics

  • First American to medal in the Juvenile division at the Mundials (2000)
  • Only American to win two medals in the Juvenile division at the Mundials while they were held in Brazil (2000)
  • Only American to win the 2005 Rickson Gracie Budo Challenge
  • First American to win the Europeans as a Black Belt adult (2007)
  • Only American to win two medals (weight & absolute) in the same year at the Europeans as a Black Belt adult (2007)
  • Two time European Open Finalist – 5 time medalist (1 gold, 1 silver, & 3 bronze)
  • Only American to win the Pan-Ams as a Black Belt adult
    • Won Pan-Ams 3 times (2005, 2007, & 2008)
    • 9 Pan-Am medals as a Black Belt overall (3 golds, 1 silver, & 5 bronzes) in 2 different weight classes & absolute
    • 4 time finalist
    • Only American to win two medals (weight & absolute) in the same year at the Pan-Ams as a Black Belt adult (2006 & 2007)
  • Only American to win the Brasileiro as a Black Belt adult (2007)
  • Only American to medal in the absolute division of the Brasileiro (2010 & 2013)
  • 2 time Brasileiro finalist & 3 medals overall (2 gold, 1 silver, & 1 bronze) – 2 different weight classes & absolute
  • Only American to win two medals (weight & absolute) in the same year at the Brasileiro as a Black Belt adult (2010)
  • 2nd American to win the Mundials (2007) – BJ Penn was the first (2000)
  • Only American to win multiple Black Belt medals at the Mundials (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, & 2012)
  • 2 time Black Belt finalist at the Mundials
  • Only American to medal in multiple weight classes at the Mundials as a Black Belt – 4 (Meio-Pesado, Pesado, Super-Pesado, & Pesadissimo)
  • First person, only American, and one of three ever to win all 4 major international tournaments (Europeans, Pan-Ams, Brasileiro, & Mundials) in the same year as a Black Belt adult
    • other two people to accomplish this is Michael Langhi in 2009 & Bernardo Faria in 2010
    • other people to win the Pan-Ams, Brasileiro, & Mundials in the same year are Jacare (2004), Andre Galvao (2005), & Romulo Barral (2007)
  • First American to win a major Black Belt Absolute Title (Brasileiro 2013)
  • 2007 OTM BJJ Fighter of the Year – only American to ever achieve this
  • Only American Black Belt Gi (2007) & No-Gi World Champion (2010 & 2011)
  • Only American No-Gi World Champion in two different weight classes – one of 4 ever to accomplish this (Lucas Leite, Pablo Popovitch, and Rubens Charles other 3)
  • One of two Americans ever to win the No-Gi Worlds as an adult Black Belt twice (Brandon Mullins – Galo – 2010 & 2011)
  • Black Belt No-Gi World finalist in 3 weight divisions
  • Producer/Teacher of an adult Black Belt World No-Gi Champion – First American to produce an adult Black Belt World No-Gi Champion
  • Grapplers Quest Hall of Fame inductee
  • United States Martial Arts Hall of Fame inductee

Over 8 years of Black Belt competition experience & over 100 black belt matches

Notable opponents defeated in Gi & NO-Gi competition:

  • Romulo Barral
  • Bernardo Faria
  • Antonio Braga Neto
  • Rubens “Cobrinha” Charles
  • Pablo Popovitch
  • Roberto “Cyborg” Abreu
  • Rodolfo Viera
  • Rodrigo Cavaca
  • Otavio Sousa
  • Lucas Leite
  • Kayron Gracie
  • Antonio Carlos Junior
  • Tarsis Humphreys
  • Luiz Theodoro “Big Mac”
  • Roberto “Tussa” Alencar
  • Flavio “Cachorrinho” Almeida
  • Augusto Ferrari
  • Bruno Bastos
  • Ricardo Bastos
  • Abmar Barbosa
  • Alexandro Ceconi
  • Joao Assis
  • Fernando “Soluco” di Piero
  • Ricardo Evangelista
  • Dimitirius Souza
  • Leonardo Nogueira
  • Nivaldo Oliviera
  • Bruno Paulista
  • Artur Cesar
  • Luigi Mondelli
  • Marcel Fortuna
  • Cameron Earle
  • Leo Dalla
  • Rodrigo Teixeira
  • Alan Nascimento
  • Chris Moriarty
  • Rick Macauley
  • Eduardo Telles
  • Rolles Gracie
  • Bento Ribeiro
  • Christiano “Titi” Lazzarine
  • Eduardo “Jamelao” Concecaio

 Dove : MMA ATletica Boxe 
              Via Corrado II  il Salico 14 
              Milano
Quando : 2 Febbraio Domenica
dalle 11.00 alle 13.00 Circa
Costo 40 Euro

Per Info e prenotazioni :  Tel: 338 7722681 boxeogarcia@hotmail.it

 

 

 

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