Fight to Win 2018

This past weekend I was the main event for the third time at Fight to win pro! My opponent, the always tough Tim Spriggs, brought his game and in the end I was awarded the victory. This was a very special event for me, earlier in the year I had some set backs and after giving it a lot of thought I had to decide what I wanted for my future.

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Yuri Simoes | 2018

When I first came to CTA I didn’t know how long I was going to be here or what to expect. I really didn’t have a close relationship with Professor Caio and CTA was a very new association.

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No Gi Freak Summit | July 6-8th 2018

Next week I am excited to be a guest instructor at the So Cal No Gi Freaks summit! I will be teaching Saturday, July 7th along with the legend JJM!

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Sabens Martial Art Academy | August 25, 2018

Hey Guys, I am excited to be teaching a no gi seminar at Sabens Martial Arts in Carbondale Illinois. This seminar will cover no gi material, and I look..

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Barbarian Jiu Jitsu Club

On the day I announced my association Joshua from Barbarian Jiu Jitsu club reached out to me. We both had a mutual friend and Joshua explained that he was unaffiliated for a coulee of years. He really wanted to wait to find some one he connected with on and off the mat, who could guide and help grow his Jiu Jitsu and his academ

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JAO Martial Arts | Brooklyn New York

Hey guys, I’m happy to announce I will be the Brooklyn New York area May 20th teaching a seminar at JAO Martial Arts Academy. If you are in the area

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Welcome | I’M BACK!

In 2016 my life took a major set back, for the 3rd time in my career I faced an injury that required surgery. Unlike my previous surgeries this one was easily the worst, going into surgery I had many doubts and feared the worse. Luckily I had amazing doctors and with the help of my family and team, who always believed in me, I'm making a recovery.

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Austin Texas | April 15th

Hey guys I'm really excited to be returning to Texas next week to do a seminar at my good friend Rodrigo “Brucutu” Cabral. This seminar is 2 hours long

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