After winning three world titles in the lightweight (2012, 2013) and middleweight (2014), he decided to move up even more on the weight scale.
At the 2015 Worlds, Lo will be competing in the medium-heavy division, which means possible great match ups with Guto Campos and Keenan Cornelius, just to name two of the toughest contestants in that division.
The star from Cicero Costha’s school talked to GRACIEMAG’s Vitor Freitas about his decision: “That’s right. I’m moving up alright. I love to test myself and look for new challenges.”
Lo’s decision could also have a lot to do with his desire to be more competitive in the open class division.
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