LE LÉGENDAIRE AMAURY BITTETI EN STAGE LA BITTAN ACADEMY

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AMAURY BITETTI

Multiples champion du monde de jiu-jitsu

Vétéran de l’UFC

 

Il sera accompagné de son élève « ANDRE BOTTINO »

Voici la Bio de Amaury:

Amaury Bitetti is a retired Brazilian mixed martial artist and fight PROMOTER. He competed in the Middleweight division. He won his last fight at Shogun 1 – Shogun 1 against Dennis Hallman on December 15, 2001.

Championships and accomplishments

BRAZILIAN JIU-JITSU BLACK BELT (7 DEGREES)
JUDO BLACK BELT
1996 – 1º World Championship Champion of Open Category
FIRST WORLD CHAMPION OF JIU-JITSU
1997 – 2º World Championship Champion as Open Category
1998 – Brazilian Championship Champion as Heavy
1999 – Submission Wrestling World Championship Abu Dhabi Won Akira Shouji, fighter from Japan

BITETTI started his recreation in JIU-JITSU at five years old, becoming CHAMPION in his first-time, when was eleven years old, at the AABB Gym, in Rio de Janeiro. In 1986 became JUDO YOUTH CHAMPION OF RIO DE JANEIRO, and BRAZILIAN CHAMPION in Salvador (Bahia); in 1992 was STATE CHAMPION IN CIRCUIT OF “BLACK BELTS”, and CHAMPION as HALF WEIGHT BLACK BELT in ITAU BANK INTERESTATE CUP.
Black Belt of MUAI-TAI – first dan.
CHAMPION as HEAVY WEIGHT BEGINNER-BOXER TOURNAMENT in 1992, defending NOBRE ARTE ACADEMY; won a trophy for the faster knock-out of the event.
JIU-JITSU
In 1981, 1983, 1984, 1985 e 1986 won all titles of YOUTH CHAMPION IN RIO DE JANEIRO. In 1986, obtained something that has never been seeing in JIU-JITSU CHAMPIONSHIP until today; won in same day, 4 categorys:
1 – Blue Belt as Half Weight, youth category; 2 – Blue Belt as Open, youth category; 3- Blue Belt as Half Weight, adult category; 4 – Blue Belt as Open, adult category.
ADULT CATEGORIE
1987 – II Lighting-Bolt Cup Champion as Half Weight and Open
1987 – Interstate Championship Champion as Heavy Weight
1987 – IV Company & Globo Cup Champion as Heavy Weight
1988 – Monte Libano Cup Champion as Heavy Weight
1988 – Julio Simoes Championship Champion as Heavy and Open
1989 – Pepe Cup Champion as Heavy and Open
1989 – South Atlantic Cup Champion as Heavy and Open
1990 – Cup Napoleao Velozo Champion as Heavy and Open
1990 – Rolls Gracie Cup Champion as Heavy and Open
1990 – V South Atlantic Cup Champion as Heavy and Open
1991 – Reaction Brazilian Cup Champion as Heavy and Open
1992 – Rauf State Cup Champion as Heavy and Open
1992 – Oscar of JIU-JITSU Champion as Heavy and Open
1993 – Mameluc Brazilian Championship Champion as Heavy and Open 1994 – Brazilian Championship Champion as Heavy and Open 1994 – Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Championship Champion as Heavy and Open
(despite of a 20 kg difference after a 30 minutes fight against Leonardo Castelo Branco – 100 kg. Amaury won and kept his record.)
1996 – 1º World Championship Champion of Open Category
FIRST WORLD CHAMPION OF JIU-JITSU
1997 – 2º World Championship Champion as Open Category
1998 – Brazilian Championship Champion as Heavy
1999 – 3º World Championship Bronze as Heavy
1999 – International Championship
Master and Senior of Jiu-Jitsu Champion – Black Belt/Heavy

VALE TUDO
1995 – MARACANAZINHO VALE TUDO in 23.08.95 – 2nd Place:
1. Win vs Nonato, Muai-Tai & Jiu-Jitsu, fighter from Amazonas, in 2m40s, 1st round;
2. Win vs James Adler, Muai-Tai & Full Contact fighter, in 2m, 1st round;
3. Loss vs Mestre Hulk, Capoeira, in 22s, 1st round;
1996 – Vale Tudo “O LUTADOR”:
Won the American MAURICE TRAVIS, Three Times-Champion of Muai-Tai
& Kick-Boxing at 1º round, in 3m17s.
2000 – UFC – Ultimate Fighting Championship – XXVI
Amaury Bitetti won Alex Andrade of Team Lions Den (2° round/2 minutes)
2001- PARTICIPATED IN THE 1° “WAR WORRIORS”
ACCOMPLISHED EVENT IN THE KUWAIT/ FEBRUARY, WINNER IN THE ALTERNATIVE FIGHT

Post Fight Career

After retiring from professional competition, Amaury founded the Bitetti Combat mixed martial arts promotion.

PLAN

Bittan Academy Herblay (95) 11 Rue Edouard Branly 95220 Herblay

01 69 30 24 62

contact@patrickbittan.com

COMMENT VENIR?

Les cours ont lieu : Bittan Academy Herblay (95)

11 Rue Edouard Branly

95220 Herblay

Stage: jiu-Jitsu Brésilien Kimono

Date: Jeudi 4 juin 2015

Horaire: 19h-21h30

Prix: 30€ Membres BA

40€ Exterieur

Stage Diplomant:  Pour 10€ vous avez la possibilité de recevoir un Certificat de présence de stage des mains du Légendaire Amaury Bitteti.Bittan 

 

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