Eddie Bravo Invitational 9 Results: Garry Tonon, 2 UFC Veterans Vie For Tournament Crown

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Opening Round

Garry Tonon def. Jimmy Friedrich by submission via heel hook

Adam Sachnoff def. Rodrigo Antunes by submission via rear naked choke (Overtime)

Daniel O’Brien de. Guybson Sa by submission via heel hook

Kyle Boehm def. Travis Moore by submission via rear naked choke

Vinny Magalhaes def. Tom Breese by submission via heel hook

Eliot Kelly def. Jacen Flynn by submission via twister (Overtime #2)

Matt Kirchwehm def. Ryan Walsh via fastest overtime escape (Overtime #3)

Daniel Strauss def. Quentin Rosenzweig by submission via americana

Quarterfinal Round

Garry Tonon def. Adam Sachnoff by submission via heel hook

Daniel O’Brien def. Kyle Boehm by submission via arm bar (Overtime #2)

Vinny Magalhaes def. Eliot Kelly by submission via arm bar (Overtime #1)

Matt Kirchwehm def. Daniel Strauss by submission via rear naked choke (Overtime #3)

Semi-Final Round

Garry Tonon def. Daniel O’Brien by fastest escape time (Overtime #3)

Vinny Magalhaes def. Matt Kirchwehm by submission via kimura

Final Round

Garry Tonon def. Vinny Magalhaes by fastest escape time (Overtime #3)

Special Attraction Match

Lynn Vuong def. Gabby Romero by submission via knee bar


Match By Match Recap

Garry Tonon vs. Jimmy Friedrich

The match begins with Friedrich falling to his back and he gets a hold of Tonon’s leg for a few moments, Friedrich nearly catches Tonon in a heel hook as he gets a hold of his leg again. Friedrich traps the leg of Tonon for a third time and Tonon quickly frees himself, Friedrich remains on his back as Tonon struggles to find a way to get a good top position. Tonon drops for a leg of Friedrich and he lets it go as Friedrich gets a hold of his leg again, Friedrich continues to block Tonon from getting any sort of advantage on him. Tonon rolls for the heel hook and Friedrich rolls to escape as Tonon stands again, Tonon finally gets in on Friedrich and he locks in the heel hook to force a tap out.

Official Result: Garry Tonon def. Jimmy Friedrich by submission via heel hook

Adam Sachnoff vs. Rodrigo Antunes

The match begins with Antunes quickly pulling guard on Sachnoff, Sachnoff gets the half guard and he looks for the guillotine choke. Antunes scrambles and Sachnoff gains the side control position, Sachnoff starts looking for a better position as Antunes blocks the movements. Antunes rolls and he catches Sachnoff in the half guard, Sachnoff gets back to his feet before moving into the Z guard of Antunes. Sachnoff quickly moves to side control with an under hook on Antunes, Sachnoff retains side control while releasing the under hook on Antunes. Sachnoff pressures Antunes by pressing his shoulder into the side of his head, Sachnoff transitions to the full mount on Antunes. Antunes holds Sachnoff down and Sachnoff backs away as regulation ends.

Overtime #1

Sachnoff goes first and he takes back control position on Antunes, Sachnoff quickly locks the body triangle on Antunes. Sachnoff locks in the rear naked choke and a tap out follows.

Antunes chooses the spider web position on Sachnoff, Antunes quickly goes for the arm bar and Sachnoff escapes to win in overtime.

Official Result: Adam Sachnoff def. Rodrigo Antunes by submission via rear naked choke (Overtime)

Guybson Sa vs. Daniel O’Brien

The match begins with Sa using his hands to keep O’Brien at a distance, Sa jumps guard on a standing O’Brien. O’Brien falls to the ground and he is trapped in the full guard of Sa, Sa opens his guard and both fighters roll for heel hooks until Sa taps out.

Official Result: Daniel O’Brien de. Guybson Sa by submission via heel hook

Travis Moore vs. Kyle Boehm

The match begins with Moore immediately dropping to his back and Boehm gets a modified half guard, Boehm transitions to back control as Moore tried wrapping up his leg. Boehm locks in the rear naked choke and a tap out follows.

Official Result: Kyle Boehm def. Travis Moore by submission via rear naked choke

The rest of the opening round will be covered on Page Two...

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