Johnny “Buck Nasty” Buck won the 8-Man ENDO Athletics Jiu-Jitsu PRO Combat Jiu-Jitsu tournament this past Saturday at the 5th ENDO Athletics Jiu-Jitsu PRO event and became the 2020 BMF Tournament champion in the process.
The North Carolina native and Bellator veteran finished his first two opponents in route to the finals where he defeated IBJJF World Champion Sean Patton of Legion Jiu-Jitsu/Checkmat Nashville in what was arguably the most exciting combat jiu-jitsu match ever to take place in Tennessee.
Buck's path to the championship saw him take out Triad Martial Arts' Clay Malone early in the opening round via TKO, Jeremiah Bowman of Upper Cumberland MMA in the semi-finals (by armbar), and Sean Patton of Legion Jiu-Jitsu/Checkmat Nashville in the finals via quickest escape time from back control in overtime.
Congratulations to Johnny “Buck Nasty” Buck!
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