Last weekend, 17 and 18 September, the Dallas Open Jiu-Jitsu took place. The event, which featured gi and no-gi, was headlined by the black belt Inácio Neto, a professor at Gracie Barra Westchase, in Texas. With three gold medals in the competition, Inácio showed the power and refinement of his game.
After winning the light heavyweight title at the gi tournament, beating Joseph Jr. (Paragon JJ) on Saturday, Inácio came roaring back on Sunday for the no-gi section, and won double gold. Before he overcame Marcus Wilson (Grappling Unlimited) with a beautiful triangle choke for the absolute title (see here), Inácio faced Robsinho Gracie for gold at heavyweight.
After a technical duel, Inácio Neto managed to sweep from closed guard and apply an arm triangle to ensure the top of the podium. Check it out!
For the complete results, click here.