Amanda Leve And Dan Martinez Take Home $2000 At Finishers 4 Tournament

Photo Source: Giulliana Fonseca

Saturday’s Show the Art – Finishers Sub-Only 4 event was an all-around success, with the spectators being entertained and many talented competitors taking home cash prizes for their hard-earned wins.
The under-150 women’s division — the first female division for the promotion — was won by MMA fighter and recent Fight to Win Pro victor Amanda Leve. The winner of the men’s absolute division was Dan Martinez, who defeated some of the sub-only scene’s toughest competitors. Each champion took home a $2,000 cash prize for their victory.

Leve and Martinez weren’t the only competitors whose wallets are a bit fatter now — Sara Monzegilio won $250 for the fastest submission of the event thanks to the armbar she nailed in just 53 seconds. Jesseray Childrey took home $300 for the best non-leglock submission, which he executed in the form of an arm triangle from bottom half-guard. Finally, Jess Feliciano earned $200 for putting on the best “break-out performance.” In total, the event paid out $4,750 to its competitors.
Promoter Abraham Awad had this to say about the competition:
“The Finishers 4 turned out to be an amazing event. All the competitors not only put on a show for the crowd, but displayed really technical jiu-jitsu. Dan Martinez won the absolute division with precision and sharpness. Amanda Leve showed her dominance as she submitted all her opponents to win our first women’s division. She has a bright future ahead of her! Of course, Grace Gundrum took part in a highly entertaining match with her opponent Jasmine Johnson. All around, we are very happy with the results and we can’t wait for the next one!”
All photos in this article were provided by Giulliana Fonseca


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