Delbrugge defeats Wing @ Rupture Jiu Jitsu Championships

Age Skill Weight Result
Matt Rihani Adult Beginner ??? 1st
White Belt ??? 3rd
Chris Tran Teens No-Gi Advanced ??? 2nd
Gi Advanced ??? 1st
Alfonso Washington Adult No-Gi Intermediate 230+ lbs 1st
Blue Belt 230+ lbs 1st
Blue Belt Open 1st
David Zwanetz Adult Advanced ??? 1st
Purple Belt ??? 1st

** = split division with teammate.

Accompanied by Ivey League’s MMA‘s Wayne Johnson, Crazy 88 BJJ sent six competitors to the Rupture Northeast Jiu Jitsu Championships in PA.  It was a small competition of ~150 competitors but the team went to support Jon Delbrugge in his superfight vs. Chris Wing.  Jon won 9-2, sweeping his opponent from the half guard 3x and passing his opponent’s guard (video of the match can be found here).  Team Lloyd Irvin won the Team Title and BJJ United’s Jared Weiner defeated De La Riva’s Tony Passos.

Jon's opponent for the grappling superfight, was MMA fighter Chris Wing

Jon’s opponent for the grappling superfight, was MMA fighter Chris Wing

Matt “Jumani” Rihani won the No-Gi Beginner division and went 3-1 in the Gi, taking Bronze there.  This was Matt’s first competition other than the In-House competition a few weeks back.

Chris “Short Round” Tran continued his summer of BJJ with another tournament (he has been competing almost every weekend) and ended up winning a Gold and a Silver.

Big Sal utilized his “B” gameplan to full effect; his record at the end of the day was 8-0.  Big Sal was in full crazy mode, pulling mount and other craziness, but finding a way to win, despite being down 10-0 in some matches.

“Lawyer” Dave had 3 fights, winning all three (including his first Purple Belt gi victory). Being a push-through competition, Dave fell back early in his matches but came back late and was able to secure the finish.

About Crazy 88

Crazy 88 runs Mixed Martial Arts training centers throughout the Baltimore area. They focus on Combat Sports such as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, MMA, Muay Thai Kickboxing, Boxing, and Wrestling for both Adults and Children, Beginners to Pros.

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