Last weekend was an exciting one for Jiu-Jitsu fans in Mexico City. It was there that embattled gentle-art star Fernando Tererê made his competition return after a long and tenebrous winter without competing. Invited to take part by his student Jonathan Amaral, otherwise known as “Pé de Bolo”, the black belt tested out his Jiu-Jitsu at an open championship in Mexico’s capital city.
Making the most of a six-month stint teaching Jiu-Jitsu in Mexico, Tererê decided to don his gi for the fans, and came up with three submissions in the three matches he was in, showing he’s still got it.
The event’s promoter, Pé de Bolo, also got in on the action but lost in the semifinals to Dan Schon.
Check out Tererê’s performance, and let us know what you think.