Venezuelan Adolfo Suárez won the Subversive Jiu-jitsu tournament at La Scala, Miami this weekend.
With a resounding victory in the 165-pound brown belt final, the man from Caracas brought out his extensive experience and conquered the local competition.
This triumph is added to Suárez's preparation for his participation in the Pan American No-Gi that will take place on May 16 in Dallas, Texas.
"The preparation has been quite strong, I am super focused and the physical level has been worked to give a good role in that next tournament," said the 26-year-old fighter.
In his last participation in mid-November, the man from Caracas achieved a bronze medal at the Pan-American No-Gi Tournament, held in Atlanta, Georgia. With that podium, he became the second Venezuelan to win a medal in the adult category of the contest, after a metal achieved by professor Eduardo Mulki in 2012.
His objective remains clear, is to continue consolidating himself in the Brazilian discipline.
In July 2020, the Caricuao parish fader won the Fight To Win tournament, held in Texas, to become the first Venezuelan to win that event.
For now, Suárez continues his training at the Fight Sports Miami academy under the orders of Brazilian Roberto “Cyborg” Abreu.
In the midst of the covid-19 pandemic, the Venezuelan has managed to overcome obstacles and continues to consolidate in Miami in the elite of Brazilian jiujitsu.