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Eddie Bravo Invitational 19: The Welterweights – LIVE RESULTS – EBI 19

Today, Sunday, March 13, 2022, at 3 PM PT/6 PM EST, the Eddie Bravo Invitational has its long-awaited return for its 19th installment at Planet Hollywood Cancun in Cancun, Mexico.

The event features an 16-man welterweight tournament under EBI rules, with competitors vying for a cash prize and the title of EBI Welterweight Champion. This will be the first Eddie Bravo Invitational event in quite some time after being on hiatus for over 3 years, with EBI 18 being held back in December of 2018. Eddie has been focused on his Combat Jiu Jitsu ruleset in recent years, but fans have been itching to have the original EBI ruleset back in play. After starting the Medusa Female Only events for the women, which feature both Combat Jiu Jitsu and EBI rules brackets, Eddie now is bringing back the original EBI ruleset for the men as well. In fact, the second Medusa Female Only event was held just last night at the same venue with two new champions crowned, making it an excellent weekend for high level jiu jitsu. You can check out Eddie Bravo talking about the evolution of his invitational events below. EBI 19 will be live streamed on UFC Fight Pass as usual and match results will be updated below as the event progresses.  Get the info below.

EBI 19 LIVE RESULTS

WELTERWEIGHT TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND

Oliver Taza (New Wave BJJ/Tristar) v Mikey Gonzalez (The Cave Academy/Caio Terra Association)
Winner – Taza by heel hook in regulation

David Garmo (Assembly Jiu Jitsu) v Vinicius De Jesus (De Jesus Team)
WinnerGarmo by heel hook in regulation

Osvaldo Canamar (RT Jiu Jitsu) v Oscar De Los Santos (Jay Pages Jiu Jitsu)
Winner – De Los Santos by triangle choke in regulation

Nick Ronan (Serra BJJ) v Omer Emanoely (Cohen Brothers Jiu Jitsu)
Winner – Ronan by escape time in overtime

Nathan Orchard (10P Seattle) v Pablo Lavaselli (Nova Uniao Argentina)
Winner – Lavaselli by kimura in regulation

Aaron Harris (Black Hole Jiu Jitsu) v Khalil Fadlallah (Detroit Jiu Jitsu)
WinnerHarris by fastest armbar in overtime

Alan Sanchez (10P San Mateo) v Danny Stolfi (Breathe Jiu Jitsu)
Winner – Sanchez by heel hook in regulation

John Combs (Level Black) v Ivan Leyva (Mario Delgado Team)
Winner – Combs by guillotine in regulation

WELTERWEIGHT TOURNAMENT QUARTER FINALS

Oliver Taza (New Wave BJJ/Tristar) v David Garmo (Assembly Jiu Jitsu)
Winner – Taza by ankle lock in regulation

Oscar De Los Santos (Jay Pages Jiu Jitsu) v Nick Ronan (Serra BJJ)
WinnerRonan by heel hook in regulation

Pablo Lavaselli (Nova Uniao Argentina) v Aaron Harris (Black Hole Jiu Jitsu)
Winner – Lavaselli by rear naked choke in regulation

Alan Sanchez (10P San Mateo) v John Combs (Level Black)
Winner – Sanchez by dead orchard armbar in regulation

WELTERWEIGHT TOURNAMENT SEMI FINALS

Oliver Taza (New Wave BJJ/Tristar) v Nick Ronan (Serra BJJ)
Winner – Taza by escape time in overtime

Pablo Lavaselli (Nova Uniao Argentina) v Alan Sanchez (10P San Mateo)
Winner – Sanchez by rear naked choke in overtime

SPECIAL MATCH

Chase Hannah (10P Atlanta) v Adrian Madrid (Gracie Barra Playa Del Carmen)
Winner – Hannah by rear naked choke in overtime

WELTERWEIGHT TOURNAMENT FINALS

Oliver Taza (New Wave BJJ/Tristar) v Alan Sanchez (10P San Mateo)
Winner – Sanchez by escape time in overtime

Alan Sanchez from 10th Planet San Mateo is the new EBI Welterweight Champion!!!!

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