Russia’s Ali Magomedov Shocks The World: Taps Bruno Frazatto at ACBJJ

Russia’s Ali Magomedov Shocks The World: Taps Bruno Frazatto at ACBJJ

ACBJJ had a much buzzed about edition of the event over the weekend. However while results of the main event were fairly predictable what nobody could’ve predicted was a big upset that happened.

Russia’s Ali Magomedov submitted a former world silver medalist, Bruno Frazatto during their match.

Many may have never heard of Ali Magomedov but he has been active at lower belts in the IBJJF and UAEJJF circuits, notably winning the IBJJF Europeans in 2015 as a purple belt. He also frequently competed at ACBJJ over the years.

Ali is an instructor at 187 BJJ in Moscow- He is the first and only black belt under Leonid Gatovskiy  (first black belt in Russia- he got it from Renzo Gracie in 2013.).

Frazatto is nowhere near past his prime, as he is only 34 years of age. Just last year he defeated Geo Martinez and Gabriel Marangoni.

Here is the match:

Here are the other results:

Rodnei Barbosa defeats Samir Chantre via decision
Marcos Oliveira and Gabriel Lucas disqualified for passive match
Augusto Mendes defeats Kim Terra via decision
Gabriel Marangoni defeats Osvaldo Moizinho via decision
Ali Magomedov defeats Bruno Frazatto via submission
Muhamed Kokov defeats Georgi Karakhanyan via choke
Thiago Sa defeats Ayub Magamadov via submission
Adlan defeats Murad Machaev via choke
Lucas Rocha defeats Daud Adaev via submission
Ali Bagov defeats Gadzhimurad Hiramagomedov via choke
Lucas Barbosa defeats Romulo Barral via decision
Abdul-Aziz Abdulvakhabov defeats Eduard Vartanyan via decision
Igor Silva defeats Abdurakhman via decision
Mukhamed Berkhamov defeats Aslambek Saidov via decision
Joao Rocha defeats Nicholas Meregali via decision
Yusuf Raisov defeats Diego Sanchez via decision
Luiz Panza defeats Rodrigo Cavaca via choke
Albert Duraev defeats Magomed Ismailov via decision
Joao Miyao defeats Ary Farias via decision (60-kg title)
Zubaira Tukhugov defeats Josh Emmett via decision
Lucas Lepri defeats Davi Ramos via decision (75-kg title)

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