10th Planet Set to Invade IBJJF 2018 No-Gi Worlds

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10th Planet seems set on flexing their muscles at the IBJJF 2018 No-Gi World Championship. Eddie Bravo’s no-gi jiu-jitsu team, which is headquartered in Los Angeles, is sending a total of 55 athletes to the biggest No-Gi tournament of the year

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The list of standout black belts currently registered to compete under the 10th Planet banner includes submission wizard Jeremiah Vance, Imanari Roll master Marvin Castelle, EBI veteran Adam Sachnoff, and Fight 2 Win FOTN winner Alex Canders. 



PJ Barch, another stellar 10th Planet athlete is also registered to compete in the black belt lightweight division but has likely been forced out due to an injury sustained at ADCC trials. As of yet, neither Martinez bro has signed up, but registration is open until Dec 6, so there's still a chance we could see the iconic duo make throw their hats in the ring.


BLUE / Adult / Male / Rooster  

Johnny Alonzo  


BLUE / Adult / Male / Light-Feather  

Harold VanArsdale  


BLUE / Adult / Male / Feather  

Shawn Lomas  


BLUE / Adult / Male / Feather  

Jathon John West  


BLUE / Adult / Male / Feather  

Anthony Lugo  


BLUE / Adult / Male / Feather  

Arthur Edouard Dufloo  


BLUE / Adult / Male / Light  

Christian Suarez  


BLUE / Adult / Male / Light  

Kervin Mak  


BLUE / Adult / Male / Light  

Eduardo Daniel Ugarte  


BLUE / Adult / Male / Light  

Chase Hoerig  


BLUE / Adult / Male / Light  

Ricardo Gabriel Ortega Flores  


BLUE / Adult / Male / Middle  

Pasha Adnan Mohiuddin  


BLUE / Adult / Male / Middle  

Mathew Zamora  


BLUE / Adult / Male / Middle  

Ian Sulcer  


BLUE / Adult / Male / Middle  

Joshua Way  


BLUE / Adult / Male / Medium-Heavy  

Robert Calver Anderson  


BLUE / Adult / Male / Heavy  

Jose Alfonso Arreguin  


BLUE / Adult / Male / Super-Heavy  

Mark Gornall  


BLUE / Adult / Male / Ultra-Heavy  

Jureall Arnette Simmons  


BLUE / Adult / Female / Feather  

Kristine Ann Campbell  


BLUE / Adult / Female / Light  

Rebecca Paredes  


BLUE / Adult / Female / Light  

Vanessa Cherry  


BLUE / Adult / Female / Middle  

Colleen Daly  


BLUE / Master 1 / Male / Light-Feather  

Kyle Kolod  


BLUE / Master 1 / Male / Feather  

Marcus Mayorga  


BLUE / Master 1 / Male / Light  

Karl Lee  


BLUE / Master 2 / Male / Light  

Abraham MI Plotsky  


BLUE / Master 2 / Male / Middle  

Antonio Lucero  


BLUE / Master 2 / Male / Middle  

Jesus Fancisco Lara  


BLUE / Master 5 / Male / Medium-Heavy  

Bill Peters  


BLUE / Master 5 / Male / Ultra-Heavy  

Andreas Met  


BLUE / Master 5 / Male / Ultra-Heavy  

Jay Milne  


PURPLE / Adult / Male / Light-Feather  

Justice D. Bibbs  


PURPLE / Adult / Male / Light-Feather  

Christopher Edward Nunez  


PURPLE / Adult / Male / Feather  

Joshua Raymond Jackson  


PURPLE / Adult / Male / Feather  

Corbin J. Thomson-Bilund  


PURPLE / Adult / Male / Feather  

Victor Medina  


PURPLE / Adult / Male / Middle  

Joseph Salvador Wingate  


PURPLE / Adult / Male / Middle  

David Gomez-Blanco  


PURPLE / Adult / Male / Medium-Heavy  

Raymon Gutierrez  


PURPLE / Master 1 / Male / Light  

Christopher Duke Vickers  


PURPLE / Master 1 / Male / Medium-Heavy  

Jeffrey Perona Boyce  


PURPLE / Master 1 / Male / Medium-Heavy  

Jonhatan Hernandez  


PURPLE / Master 1 / Female / Medium-Heavy  

Bonnie Lee Stoehr  


PURPLE / Master 2 / Male / Medium-Heavy  

George Manuel Hernandez  


BROWN / Adult / Male / Light-Feather  

Reynaldo De Leon  


BROWN / Adult / Male / Light  

Abdulaziz Saad M Alshehri  


BROWN / Adult / Male / Middle  

Alan Sanchez Perez  


BROWN / Adult / Female / Light  

Jennifer Dietrick  


BROWN / Master 2 / Male / Feather  

John Paul Gurule  


BROWN / Master 3 / Male / Light  

Omar Loya  


BLACK / Adult / Male / Feather  

Marvin Castell  


BLACK / Adult / Male / Light  

Paul Barch  


BLACK / Adult / Male / Light  

Jeremiah Leroy Vance  


BLACK / Adult / Male / Ultra-Heavy  

Adam Bruce Sachnoff  


BLACK / Master 1 / Male / Feather  

Leonard Alexander Canders Jr.  






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