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BJJ Tour Florida – GI Only

Kissimmee Civic Center, Kissimmee, FL

Saturday, March 28, 2015

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American Cup – GI Only

Independence High School, San Jose, CA

Saturday, April 11 and Sunday April 12, 2015

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BJJ Tour Connecticut
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Wheeler Recreation Center Field House,Bridgeport, CT

Saturday, June 13, 2015

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All Star – GI Only

Kaiser Permanente Arena, Santa Cruz, CA

Saturday, June 20, 2015

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Santa Clara Convention Center
Santa Clara, CA

Saturday, June 27, 2015

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BJJ Tour Texas – GI Only

Freeman Coliseum, San Antonio, TX

Saturday, August 29, 2015

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US Open XX – GI Only

Kaiser Permanente Arena, Santa Cruz, CA

Saturday, October 24 and Sunday, October 25, 2015

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BJJ TOUR NEVADA – GI Only

Sport Center of Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV

Saturday, November 14, 2015

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Fighter Profile: Marcelo Cohen
Marcelo Cohen BJJ Association
School: Carlson Gracie
Lineage: Carlson Gracie/Marcelo Saporito/Marcelo Cohen

BJJ Tour: How old are you?:
Cohen: 31 years old

BJJ Tour: How long have you been training in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu?Cohen: 15 years

BJJ Tour:What is your academy name?
Cohen: The Armory

BJJ Tour: What belt rank are you?
Cohen: Black belt

BJJ Tour: If you are a black belt who gave you your black belt and when did you receive it?
Cohen: I am a black belt under Marcelo Saporito and I received my black belt on 12/12/2012 (my birthday).

BJJ Tour:Do you have any other martial arts training?
Cohen: I started martial arts training in Judo then I started training Jiu Jitsu.

BJJ Tour: What got you started training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu?
Cohen: My uncle who is a black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and I wanted to lead a healthier life style.

BJJ Tour: Have you competed in many tournaments? Which ones?
Cohen: I compete in several tournaments including: Rio de Jinero state championship, Florida state championship, Five Grappling, Florida Grappling League, and several other tournaments.

BJJ Tour: What is the value in competition?
Cohen: I believe that competing in tournaments helps you to understand more about yourself, helps you sharpen your skills, and humbles you as well.

BJJ Tour: Who has been your toughest match? What can you tell us about it?
Cohen: Most of my fights were really tough but when I faced Dellattor fighter and champion, "Baby" Joe Taimanglo, in three weight classes above my own, it made me realize that technique is everything.

BJJ Tour: What keeps you driven to compete?
Cohen: I do it to improve myself as a fighter, give credibility to my instructions as a professor, and to shock the doubters.

BJJ Tour: What's your favorite tournament/favorite memory of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu?
Cohen: My favorite memory of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu was when Wallid Smail choked out Royce Gracie with a clock choke. I believe it was a big moment in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

BJJ Tour: Who is your favorite fighter?
Cohen: Samir Chantre, Samir Chantre BJJ, because I started Jiu Jitsu with him. Both of us were white belts at the same time at the same school. Now he is one of the best in the world for the light weight fighters. I look up to him a lot.

BJJ Tour: What tournaments can we expect to see you at in the upcoming year?
Cohen: I will be competing in Boca Open, Five Grappling Series. And I can't wait to compete in BJJ Tour Florida!
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Fighter Profile: Osvaldo Augusto “Queixinho”
Osvaldo Queixinho BJJ

BJJ Tour: How old are you?
Queixinho: I’m 28 years old.

BJJ Tour: How long have you been training in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu?
Quexinho: I’ve been training for 12 years

BJJ Tour: What is your academy name?
Quexinho: Gracie Sport Center

BJJ Tour: What Belt Rank are you?
Queixinho: Black Belt First Degree

BJJ Tour: If you are a black belt - who gave you your black belt and when did you receive it?
Quexinho: I received my black belt in January of 2011 from Bruno “Tanque” Mendes, Augusto “Tanquinho” Mendes, Leandro Escobar and Rafael “Formiga” Barbosa

BJJ Tour: Do you have any other martial arts training?
Queixinho: I started in judo and did try Boxing, capoeira and submission grappling before Jiu jitsu, but today I’m only BJJ.

BJJ Tour: What got you started training in Brazilian jiu-jitsu?
Quexinho: My best friend Marcus “Sonk” Antelante introduced me to Jiu jitsu.

BJJ Tour: Have you competed at many tournaments? Which ones?
Queixinho: I have competed since I was white belt. I've particpated several times of worlds and Pan American tournaments and I won 3 Pan Ams nogi and 1 world nogi. I also won the American Nationals Gi and nogi a few times.

BJJ Tour: What is the value in competition?
Queixinho: I think you have to compete as much as you can and regardless of win or lose, do you best because you only get better.

BJJ Tour: Who has been your toughest match? What can you tell me about it?
Queixinho: I never have easy fight but for sure in the Worlds and Pan Ams is the greatest challenges, ever opponent is really tough and hard to say who is the toughest one.

BJJ Tour: What keeps you driven to compete?
Queixinho: I love to compete, that's why I still compete. I think if I stop competing it will be difficult for me to keep training and stay involved with jiu jitsu.

BJJ Tour: What is your favorite tournament memory and/or your favorite memory of Brazilian jiu-jitsu?
Queixinho: My favorite memory was the absolute final between Ronaldo "Jacare" and Roger Gracie in 2004.

BJJ Tour: Who is your favorite fighter?
Queixinho: I don't have a favorite fighter but when I started BJJ I really liked Marcelo Garcia.

BJJ Tour: What tournaments can we expect to see you at in the upcoming year?
Queixinho: My next tournaments is going be the Pan Ams and the BJJ Tour Florida!
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