BJJ’s First Openly Gay World Champion Couple Get Married in Vegas

BJJ’s First Openly Gay World Champion Couple Get Married in Vegas

Black belt World champions Luanna Alzuguir and Ana Carolina Vieira have become Jiu-Jitsu first ever gay married couple by tying the knot this weekend in a small private civil ceremony. The event was held in Las Vegas and was attended by close friends and family.

The girls have been together for the past year and have always openly displayed their affection:

Presente que 2017 me deu!💞🍀

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Alzuguir is an ADCC and 5x IBJJF World Champion champion. Ana Carolina Vieira, Rodolfo’s younger sister, is a 2x IBJJF World champion.

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