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US Open IX Full Report and Video!

    Tue, 2005-02-01 23:49 — Gumby

    US Open IX October 23rd and 24th Santa Cruz, California

    With nine events under their collective belts, Claudio Franca and friends US Open of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is one of the longest running and most prestigious tournaments in North America. Santa Cruz, with the mountains to one side and some of the best surf spots in the world on the other, is among the most beautiful cities in the world and despite being well into autumn the weather definitely cooperated and showed the city in it`s best sense. After nine events, the US Open is marked as being among the most well run and fair events, and attracts competitors from all over the world, including (just have to mention them) the Gracie Barra Alaska team which always comes in force! Everything seemed to be aligned for a perfect weekend of jiu jitsu and fun. Day 1 had purple and white belt divisions. The purple belt divisions were stacked with talent. Jeff Glover won his division seemingly effortlessly and his teammate Bill Cooper won the lightweight as well. While the middleweight division had much promise initially, all the competitors except for Mike Fowler wound up dropping out due to injuries and the like, so Fowler moved up to the Light HeavyWeight division and won there! Mike Weaver took the heavyweight division and Vince Corning took the Unlimited weight. Many of the competitors (only one allowed per school) entered the open weight division and the best action of the day commenced. Mike Fowler and Bill Cooper were 1st round casualties. Nick Diaz, who opted out of the divisional action because he knew he wasn`t going to make weight, submitted his first opponent, and on the other side of the bracket Mike Weaver fought hard through his bracket. This set up the final between Diaz and Weaver and in the most exciting match of the day, Nick Diaz was able to defeat Weaver by 4-2. Diaz showed very impressive gi skills for someone who also fights in the UFC, although later on he admitted he is actually more nervous for BJJ tournaments than MMA! Day 2 saw Blue, Brown and Black belt division, as well as the women`s divisions. Kron Gracie, supported by his father Rickson Gracie, showed off some excellent technique in submitting his opponent in both of his matches. The Blue belt middleweight division was the largest division of the tournament, and proved to be an absolute dogfight, the final four of Wil Hornedd, Clement Shields, Jesse Brown and Ryan Murphy submitting there ways to the semifinals. Clement defeated Jesse, and Wil beat Ryan, then Wil Hornedd went on to win the division with an impressive performance. Leonardo Santos from BJJ Revolution won both the Unlimited and Open weight divisions. The Women`s Divisions at the US Open have always been among the largest in the United States, and although this years was a bit smaller than years past, it was still full of action. Kelly Paul showed the form that made her the Pan American champion, submitting her opponent in rapid fashion in the lone purple belt match. Brigette Barnato stood out among the blue belt competitors in the super featherweight, while Allison Clifford wins both the middleweight and open weight divisions. The brown belts saw good action as well. Adrian Saldana armlocked his opponent, while Nick Stefan and Roberto Piccinini won their respective matches on points. The second day also saw all of the tournaments superfights, including three (Men`s Light and Heavy and Women`s Open) professional tournaments with the competitors fighting for the title in one of the oldest and most prestigious tournaments in the United States, as well as a thousand dollar top prize! Women`s Open Professional Division Felecia Oh vs. Siggi Schoen For the sole match in the Women`s Open weight professional division brown belts Felicia Oh and Siggi Schoen fought each other. Schoen begins the match by immediately pulling guard, and as Oh attempts to pass Schoen gets the sweep for two points. Schoen briefly threatens to take the back, but Oh gets back to guard and pulls off her own sweep for two. Back to Schoen`s guard as the women settle down and play the guard game for a few minutes. Schoen looks to sweep, but Oh maintains her base well. Oh tries many opportunities to pass, but Schoen is good at reconstituting her guard. Finally with about a minute left Oh is able to pass guard and gets to a knee on belly as time expires to win the match. Senior Black Belt Superfight Daniel Thomas vs. David Meyer Interesting fact is that both of the competitors here are vegetarians and in incredible shape. Daniel "the Ageless Wonder" Thomas had just received his black belt about a week prior, while David Meyer was a long time veteran of the sport. The match begins with Thomas pulling guard. Meyer displays excellent posture from Thomas` closed guard and a grip battle ensues for some time. Thomas sits up and gets a double underhook and is finally able to sweep Meyer for two points, who quickly gets to closed guard himself. With the positions reversed another grip battle ensues. Meyer is finally able to initiate a sweep, but Thomas rolls right through and Meyer winds up on bottom again. Time expires and Thomas wins 2-0. Black Belt Super Fight David Meyer vs Paulo "G.L." Gazze David Meyer graciously agreed to fight the younger Paulo "G.L." Gazze, who did not make weight for the lightweight professional division. Meyer shoots to begin the match but Gazze counters nicely and Meyer is forced to half guard. From a butterfly guard Meyer looks to control Gazze, but Gazze applies the pressure well. Meyer does roll into a closed guard, but when Gazze stands up to pass Meyer quickly drops to his feet and both competitors are standing again. From here Meyer looks to drop to guard, but Gazze moves around his legs and Meyer rolls to his belly to avoid the pass. Meyer is able to work to an open guard, but Gazze keeps the pressure up and eventually passes. Gazzes then powers his way to the mount and cross chokes, forcing Meyer to tap out. Professional Black Belt Lightweight Paulo Guillobel vs Solomon Mitchell Paulo Guillobel is one of the most active and dangerous black belts active in the United States and has been competitive for many years. Solomon Mitchell is a brand new black belt and this was his first time competing as such. For awhile this one stayed on the feet before Guillobel scored a nice foot sweep and then quickly passed Mitchell`s guard. Mitchell tried to reconstitute his guard but Guillobel was very slick in passing from one side to the other. Guillobel then took the back and threatened the choke for sometime before transitioning to armbar and forcing Mitchell to tap out. Shawn Williams vs. Frederico Sabbatini This was a eagerly anticipated match up as both were seasoned fighter who were relatively new to the West Coast scene. The match began with both men trading grips from the feet and looking for the takedown. Williams finally shot in but Sabbatini sprawled back beautifully and Williams quickly pulled guard. Williams looked for some kind of offense but Sabbatini kept the pressure well. Williams then swept for two, but almost immediately Sabbatini got the sweep back to even the score. Williams was forced to all fours controlling a sleeve with Sabbatini looking to improve his position. Sabbatini increased the pressure until he managed to take Williams` back, and from there grab the label to get the choke and the tapout. Paulo Guillobel vs. Frederico Sabbatini So now both competitors had submitted their opponents in the previous rounds to get the finals. They were obviously respectful of each other`s abilities as they spent a long time on their feet sizing each other up and battling for grips. After several minutes Guilobel picked up the single leg and converted for two points. Sabbatini played guard momentarily, but then stood back up and we had a stand up battle again. The circled cautiouslt once more. Finally, after a failed footsweep by Sabbatini Guilobel scored another takedown. Guilobel looks like he would be able to go straight into side control, but Sabbatini was able to get back to his guard. This match ended with this guard battle, and Guillobel wins on the two previous takedowns. Guillobel was happy to win his first US Open Lightweight title after three tries, and take home the thousand dollar first prize! Professional Black Belt Heavyweight. Walter Vital vs. Eduardo Telles Vital is out of Las Vegas but not much is known about him. Telles is among the most active sports jiu jitsu competitors around. Vital begins by trying to a trakedown, but Telles sprawls pushes and forces Vital to his back. Telles is all over Vital, but Vital manages to get back to the feet. Vital pulls guard but Telles looks for a foot lock before coming back on top and passing guard. The pace of the match slows here with Telles in a north south position and taking his time. Telles creeps along, looking for the back, but Vital is able to stand up once again. Vital pulls guard once again, and after attempting a sweep Telles passes one more time to knee on belly. The pace is slowed once again, and once again Vital gets to his feet. Vital tries to pull guard and sweep once more, but Telles counters and the pair move out of bounds. This time Telles pulls guard but he sweeps, passes and gets the knee on belly quickly, racking up the points big time. Moving at a more deliberate pace, Telles gets the full mount and sits there demonstrating clear control, but not really looking for a submission. Finally he throws a foot over and Vital simply scoots out the back door and the two are on their feet again. The pair quickly drop to the mat again, where Telles passes the guard to knee on belly yet again! Time expires and Telles wins by a large margin. Rafael Lovato Jr. vs Walter Vital Because there were only three heavyweight competitors left (two other competitors withdrew due to injury), Vital came back to fight new and to this point undefeated black belt Rafael Lovato Jr. Lovato dropped to guard and Vital came in very low looking to pass. Lovato simply say up to sweep but as he was looking to establish position Vital took advantage and sort of rolled into a shoulder lock. This definitely looked like it distressed Lovato, but he was able to defend and then came back on top to Vital`s half guard. Working at a deliberate pace, Lovato was able to pass guard, get the knee on belly, take the mount and secure the choke for the victory. Rafael Lovato Jr. vs Eduardo Telles So both having defeated Walter Vital, the match to determine the Heavyweight Champion would be between Lovato and Telles. Telles would be the one to drop to guard first, then he tried to grab Lovato`s leg and push forward. Lovato sprawled hard and soon we got to see Telles` unique variation of the guard, when he is essentially on all fours. If you haven`t seen it before, it would look as if Telles was in a vunerable position, however Lovato is a careful student of the game and proceeded with extreme caution. Lovato looked to almost be past and gained an advantage, however Telles simply rolled back to all fours, feinted then grabbed for a single leg. When he couldn`t finish he simple moved back to his on all fours guard variation. Lovato moved one way and then the other, trying to solve the enigma of Telles` guard. The match went back to the feet however, and the two circled for a bit before Telles pulled a more traditional guard. Lovato maintained on top, and soon enough Telles was back on all fours, where he was actually able to sweep Lovato. Now Telles was on top but as Lovato moved forward, Telles simply dropped to all fours again. Lovato actually dropped to all fours looking for the answer, but as time was running out his attempts became more aggressive. Finally he backed up to see what would happen, but Telles simply stayed seated. Lovato came in an looked to spin into a collar choke, but was ill advised as Telles was able to come on top and maneuver into side control. From here Telles put the knee on belly, grabbed and arm and fell back to force the tap out. Telles picks up the Professional Heavyweight Title and the thousand dollar first prize. Once again, the tournament ran extremely smoothly, had great action, and everyone who came to the beautiful town of Santa Cruz had a great time. Next year will be the 10th (TENTH!) US Open and head promoter Claudio Franca is already preparing for something special to celebrate the milestone. See everyone there! The OntheMat produced DVD of the US Open should be available in a few weeks! Official Results Women White Belts Adult Super Feather Weight Division 1st- Vanessa Hardy - Fightworkz 2nd- Davlyn Spetch - Rickson Gracie Adult Feather Weight Division 1st- Crystina Coats - Rodrigo Madeiros 2nd- Karla Canant - Women`s Jiu-Jitsu Academy of Pismo/Paragon 3rd- Jenny Liou - Global Jiu-Jitsu 3rd- Heather McElroy - Women`s Jiu-Jitsu Academy of Pismo Adult Light Weight Division 1st- Amelia Schmotzer - Claudio Franca Adult Heavy Weight Division 1st- Katie Weilbacher - Paragon Jiu-Jitsu Adult Unlimited Weight Division 1st- Qiana Thompson - Rickson Gracie Adult Open Weight Division 1st- Crystina Coats - Rodrigo Madeiros 2nd- Katie Weilbacher - Paragon 3rd- Jenny Liou - Global Jiu-Jitsu 3rd- Amelia Schmotzer - Claudio Franca Women Blue Belts Adult Super Feather Weight Division 1st- Brigette Barnato - Ralph Gracie 2nd- Eileen Hsieh - Ring Sports 3rd- Marina Vera - U.S. Martial Arts/Dojo Moreira Adult Middle Weight Division 1st- Allison Clifford - Cleber Jiu-Jitsu Adult Open Weight Division 1st- Allison Clifford - Cleber Jiu-Jitsu 2nd- Marina Vera - U.S. Martial Arts/Dojo Moreira Women Purple Belts Adult Light Weight Division 1st- Kelly Paul - Ralph Gracie 2nd-Kim Souza - Claudio Franca Women`s Professional Brown/Black Belts Adult Open Weight Division 1st- Felicia Oh - Jean-Jacques Machado 2nd Siggi Schoen - Solis Martial Arts Academy Men White Belts Junior Rooster Weight Division 1st- Collin Ingraham - Joao Pierini 2nd- Junior Middle Weight Division 1st- Nathan Hines - Charles Gracie Adult Super Feather Weight Division 1st- Adam Lowry - the Box Jiu-Jitsu/Gracie Orange County 2nd- Fernando Isais - Huntington Beach Jiu-Jitsu Club 3rd- Richard Kim - Claudio Franca 3rd- Todd Cutter - Universal Jiu-Jitsu Adult Feather Weight Division 1st- Tony Trujillo - Ralph Gracie 2nd-Steven Martin - Rickson Gracie 3rd- Justin Parish - Claudio Franca 3rd- Kyle Beckham - Claudio Franca Adult Light Weight Division 1st- James Driskill - Rickson Gracie 2nd- Ryan Van Nood - Paragon 3rd- Ryan Petrick - Claudio Franca 3rd- Frank Latt - Claudio Franca Adult Middle Weight Division 1st- Justin Bourgeois - Cesar Gracie 2nd- Josh Moldre - Pacific Martial Arts 3rd- Matthew Last - Claudio Franca 3rd- Chris Vera - Rickson Gracie Adult Light Heavy Weight Division 1st- Bryan Ysais - Rickson Gracie 2nd Scott Isley - Beverly Hills Jiu-Jitsu Club 3rd- Dan Jameson - Dump Truck Jiu-Jitsu 3rd- Anthony Diluzio - Adult Heavy Weight Division 1st- Kirk Grant - Beverly Hills Jiu-Jitsu Club 2nd- Jeremy Bragg - Rickson Gracie 3rd- Maxwell Gladish - TL 3rd- Craig Waltz - Claudio Franca Adult Super Heavy Weight Division 1st- Paul Healy - Rickson Gracie 2nd- Michael Glynn - Paragon Jiu-Jitsu 3rd- Sean Hedrick - Gracie Barra AK Adult Unlimited Weight Division 1st- John Devine - Rickson Gracie 2nd- Doug Midwin - Rickson Gracie 3rd- Adrian Ramirez - Ricardo Cavalcanti Jiu-Jitsu 3rd- Jim Abbot-Rickson Gracie Adult Open Weight Division 1st- John Devine - Rickson Gracie 2nd- Lee Bawanan - Camarillo/AKA 3rd- Aaron Hunter - Gracie Barra AK 3rd- Justin Nero - Cesar Gracie Master Feather Weight Division 1st- Marcus Goei - Claudio Franca 2nd- Philip Kilmer - Pacific Coast Martial Arts 3rd- Paul Sayers - Lost Coast Jiu-Jitsu 3rd Myles Godby - Rickson Gracie Master Light Weight Division 1st- Raqota Berger - Beverly Hills Jiu-Jitsu Club 2nd- John Berris - Camarillo/AKA 3rd- Rob Jackson - 3rd- Gregory Cadabes - Cassio Werneck Master Middle Weight Division 1st- Erick Vera - Rickson Gracie 2nd- Francisco Diaz - Sacramento BJJ 3rd- Michael Bailey - Oakdale MMA 3rd- Arnal (Tony) Faralan - Gracie Barra AK Master Light Heavy Weight Division 1st- Michael Martinez - Ralph Gracie 2nd- Jacob Wood - Beverly Hills Jiu-Jitsu Club 3rd- Corby Poulis - Paragon Jiu-Jitsu 3rd- Jose Camarena - Pacific Martial Arts Master Heavy Weight Division 1st- Jeremy Adkins - Claudio Franca 2nd- Michael Miller - Beverly Hills Jiu-Jitsu Club 3rd- Carlos Camarena - Pacific Martial Arts Master Unlimited Weight Division 1st- Brandon Wylie - Las Vegas Combat Club 2nd- Mile Morris II - Cesar Gracie 3rd- Michael Jones - Tiger Martial Arts 3rd- Jim Dooley - Gracie Barra AK Master Open Weight Division 1st- Erick Vera - Rickson Gracie 2nd- Carl Arevalo - Ralph Gracie 3rd- Kyle Nelson - Combat Sports Alliance 3rd- Michael Bailey - Oakdale MMA Senior Feather Weight Division 1st- Kenneth Wong - Claudio Franca 2nd- Fumihiko Ishii - Camarillo/AKA 3rd- Russ Hattsuka - Huntington Beach Jiu-Jitsu Club 3rd- Moshe Joshua - Senior Heavy Weight Division 1st- Carlos Hernandez - Charles Gracie 2nd- Gerard Capuno - Oakdale MMA 3rd- Craig Ritchie - Claudio Franca Senior Open Weight Division 1st- Jim Dooley - Gracie Barra AK 2nd- Moshe Joshua - 3rd- Dino Garner - Paragon Men Blue Belts Junior Light Weight Division 1st- Peter Toyas - Oregon BJJ 2nd- Moran Neidlinger - Rickson Gracie 3rd- Brandon Bibee - Gracie Barra AK 3rd- Eric Feil - Rickson Gracie Junior Middle Weight Division 1st- Kron Gracie - Rickson Gracie 2nd- Denny Prokopos - Pitbull Jiu-Jitsu Junior Open Weight Division 1st- Kron Gracie - Rickson Gracie 2nd- Denny Prokopos - Pitbull Jiu-Jitsu 3rd- Michael Gassaway - Claudio Franca Adult Feather Weight Division 1st- Bryan Waltz - Machado Las Vegas 2nd- Kahlil Moreland - Roger Machado 3rd- Corwin Wong - Ralph Gracie 3rd- Alexandre Ballesteros - Claudio Franca Adult Light Weight Division 1st- Ryan Kolanz - Claudio Franca 2nd- Choi Choi - Beverly Hills Jiu-Jitsu Club 3rd- Vasilios Theofanopoulos - Oakdale MMA 3rd- Ramiro Camacho - Joao Camacho Adult Middle Weight Division 1st- Wil Horneff - Renzo Gracie 2nd- Clement Shields - Claudio Franca 3rd- Jesse Brown - Ralph Gracie 3rd- Ryan Murphy - Ralph Gracie Adult Light Heavy Weight Division 1st- Kevin Simpson - Claudio Franca 2nd- John Brink - Texas Self-Defense 3rd- Joe Cota - Ralph Gracie 3rd- An Dinh - Global Jiu-Jitsu Adult Heavy Weight Division 1st- Erick Asbury - Pacific Martial Arts 2nd- Phil Moore - BJJ Revolution 3rd- Evin Aiderman - Claudio Franca 3rd- Lennix Ramos - Pacific Martial Arts Adult Unlimited Weight Division 1st- Leonardo Santos - BJJ Revolution 2nd- Ernest Mello - Shingu Academy 3rd- Carlos Mello - Claudio Franca 3rd - Martelli Joshua - Paulo Fernando Jiu-Jitsu Adult Open Weight Division 1st- Leonardo Santos - BJJ Revolution 2nd- Chris Lavato - Franca/Paragon 3rd- Carlos Mello - Claudio Franca 3rd- Michael Carreno - Maui Jiu-Jitsu Master Feather Weight Division 1st- Steve Young - Gracie Barra AK 2nd- Don Charley - Machado Jiu-Jitsu 3rd- Eric "Ursinho" Verrill - Claudio Franca Master Middle Weight Division 1st- Chuck Walker - Shingu Academy 2nd- Mike Tinghitella - 3rd- Ernest Louie - Claudio Franca 3rd- James Maiz - Rinaldo Santos Master Light Heavy Weight Division 1st- Scott Savage - Claudio Franca 2nd- Jose Lopez - BJJ Revolution Master Heavy Weight Division 1st- Steven Courtney - Marcelo Alonso 2nd- Khalid Arum - Claudio Franca 3rd- Gary Casey - Claudio Franca Master Unlimited Weight Division 1st- Ed Callener - Claudio Franca 2nd- Sir Greggo - Dartanian BJJ 3rd- Eric Zippe - Tai Kai Jiu-Jitsu Senior Middle Weight Division 1st- Duke Lee Senior Heavy Weight Division 1st- David Gassaway - Claudio Franca 2nd- Itabora Ferreira - Rinaldo Santos 3rd- Robert Grunder - Gracie Barra AK Senior UnlimitedWeight Division 1st- Gary Monroe - Gracie Barra AK 2nd- Quinton Cox - Claudio Franca Men Purple Belts Adult Super Feather Weight Division 1st- David Chau - Ronin Jiu-Jitsu 2nd- Toru Kawamura - Charles Gracie/Tiger Martial Arts Adult Feather Weight Division 1st- Jeff Glover - Paragon Jiu-Jitsu 2nd- Greg Asbury - Pacific Martial Arts 3rd- Stephen Goyne - Claudio Franca 3rd- Robert Soliz - Solis Martial Arts Academy Adult Light Weight Division 1st- Bill Cooper - Paragon Jiu-Jitsu 2nd- John "Mac" Wimberly - Claudio Franca 3rd- Noman Rana - Claudio Franca 3rd- Jimmy Tang - Jean-Jacques Machado Adult Light Heavy Weight Division 1st- Mike Fowler - Lloyd Irvin Jiu-Jitsu 2nd- Paul Schreiner - Claudio Franca 3rd- Raul Castillo - Joao Pierini HMB 3rd- Stevan Krstic - Ronin Jiu-Jitsu Adult Heavy Weight Division 1st- Mike Weaver - Claudio Franca 2nd- Robert Kane - Ronin Jiu-Jitsu Adult Unlimited Weight Division 1st- Vince Corning - Claudio Franca 2nd- Jin Alcantar - Castilo`s Shotokan Adult Open Weight Division 1st- Nick Diaz - Cesar Gracie 2nd- Mike Weaver - Claudio Franca 3rd- Raul Castillo - Joao Pierini HMB 3rd- Stevan Krstic - Ronin Jiu-Jitsu Master Light Weight Division 1st- Gil Olivas - Claudio Franca 1st- Vince Vanderlipe - Claudio Franca 3rd- Tim Ehhalt - Ronin Jiu-Jitsu 3rd- Pepe Adriazola - Master Middle Weight Division 1st- Bret Bosler - Gracie Barra AK 2nd- Derrick Caillier - Pitbull Jiu-Jitsu 3rd- Bill Jones - Ricardo Cavalcanti Master Open Weight Division 1st- Dr. Michael G. Vann - Claudio Franca 2nd- Robert Kane - Ronin Jiu-Jitsu 3rd- Bret Bosler - Gracie Barra AK 3rd- Derrick Caillier - Pitbull Jiu-Jitsu Senior Middle Weight Division 1st- Bruce Tafoya - Cleber Jiu-Jitsu 2nd- Todd Jones - Claudio Franca Senior Open Weight Division 1st- Bruce Tafoya - Cleber Jiu-Jitsu 2nd- Milton Del Carlo - Claudio Franca Men Brown Belts Adult Light Heavy Weight Division 1st- Adrian Saldana - Cassio Werneck 2nd- Todd Palmer - Gracie Barra AK Master Heavy Weight Division 1st- Nick Stefan - Machado Las Vegas 2nd- Nick Unander - Oregon BJJ Senior Middle Weight Division 1st- Roberto Piccinini - Beverly Hills Jiu-Jitsu Club 2nd- Anibal Lobo - Claudio Franca Men Black Belts Adult Professional Light Weight Division 1st- Paulo Guillobel - Jean-Jacques Machado 2nd- Frederico Sabbatini - Fight Factory 3rd- Shawn Williams - Renzo Gracie 3rd- Solomon Mitchell - Charles Gracie Adult Professional Heavy Weight Division 1st- Eduardo Telles - Vallente/TT 2nd- Rafael Lavato Jr. - Lavato Jiu-Jitsu 3rd- Walter Vital - Machado Las Vegas Master Middle Weight Division 1st- Waldomiro Pirez Jr. Senior Heavy Weight Division 1st- Daniel Thomas - Claudio Franca 2nd- David Meyer - Machado Jiu-Jitsu Super Fight 1st- Paulo "G.L." 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