Gogó beats K-1 fighter in Singapore

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Gogo in photo by Carlos Ozorio

This Thursday, June 17, Arthur Cesar Gogó, a fighter on a roll in the welterweight division as of late, managed to add another international win to his record. At the Singaporean Martial Combat promotion, the Jiu-Jitsu black belt beat K-1 fighter Yun “Prince” Seob Kwak.

“He was waiting for me to shoot in on his legs to attack me, but he lost patience and came at me with a kick. I threw a jab that landed hard and got the takedown. I used my Jiu-Jitsu to get to his back and finish with a rear-naked choke. I really want to thank professors Gordo, Cesário, Gordinho and my physical conditioning coach Luiz Marques,” he told GRACIEMAG.com.

One day earlier, another Gracie Fusion representative saw action in Singapore, but lost. Zorobabel Moreira was knocked out in the first round.

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