Roberto “Cyborg” Abreu is in Paris, but not on holiday. He tells it himself, “I’m here for the 25th Bercy Martial Arts Festival, the biggest festival of its kind in the world, which takes place tomorrow. I represent Jiu-Jitsu along with Patrick Bittan, one of the pioneers of art in France.”
Cyborg is impressed by the scale of the business, which involves teachers from more than 25 disciplines: “The event is made for 17 thousand people in the arena, and is live on TV. The last one was attended by more than one million people, to give you an idea. Tomorrow is the event, abd Sunday I teach a seminar at Bittan Academy, with 105 signed up.
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