Jiu-Jitsu Academy To Host Five-Time Super Heavyweight ‘Cyborg’

By BRENT STUBBS

Senior Sports Reporter

bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

AFTER introducing a competition to a Bahamas in November, a Jiu-Jitsu Academy will get a large boost this weekend when they horde five-time Super Heavyweight universe champion Roberto ‘Cyborg’ Abreu.

He is an ADCC Absolute champion, four-time No-Go universe champion, Pan American champion and Brazilian inhabitant champion. He went to a United States with zero in his pockets and nowhere to live.

Today, Abreu is regarded as one of a many rarely regarded athletes in a competition and one of a many inspirational people anyone would ever wish to meet.

Michel Eduardo Giacomotti, one of a organisers of a Jiu-Jitsu Academy, pronounced they are gay to move Abreu in city to share his story and also yield some discernment on a sport.

“We are an associate of Fight Sports, that is formed in Miami,” Giacomotti said. “During a grand opening on Saturday, we will have Roberto Abreu in town. We acquire anyone who is meddlesome to come out.”

Abreu will control from 11am to 1pm on Saturday and Sunday during a Jiu-Jitsu Academy’s trickery in a Pineapple Business Park and a AIP is $100.00 per person. However, both sessions are giveaway of assign for anyone who only wants to watch.

“During a seminar, Giacomotti pronounced Abreu will be providing training lessons as they finally move a new competition to a Bahamas,” he forked out. “We have no one improved to come and denote than ‘Cyborg’ himself.

“We will have 4 black belts on palm this weekend to support him.”

Manny Romeriz, who heads a Jiu-Jitsu Academy, is a black belt. Since a academy got started in November, Giacomotti pronounced they have captivated some-more than 75 sealed adult members and with Abreu in town, they expect that a numbers will increase. “We haven’t finished any selling for a academy as yet,” he said. “We will be doing that after a opening. But we are really gratified with a response we have perceived so distant with this new sports in a Bahamas.”

At present, training sessions are hold daily from 6-7am for beginners. Women’s Open BJJ are hold on Wednesdaya and Friday from 9:30-10:30 am and there’s an afterschool programme from 4-6 pm. The intro to BJJ goes from 6:30-7:30pm.

The academy, however, is open until 9pm.

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