Watch Roberto Jimenez Upset Keenan Cornelius At Who’s #1

FloGrappling put on a spectacular show earlier this year which saw the lapel king, Keenan Cornelius and the up and coming Roberto Jimenez battle it out as one of two headlining matches at Who’s #1? The match was an incredibly difficult stylistic matchup for Cornelius and despite plenty of back and forth action throughout the fight, Jimenez was able to pull of the upset by winning on points, 6-4. This marked the second time that Cornelius would come up short in 2020, he also lost out in the IBJJF European Championships Absolute Final to Fellipe Andrew after a tight Triangle Choke forced the tap.

Full results from the event below.

Keenan Cornelius Roberto Jimenez

Black Belt Matches
Victor Hugo defeats Nicholas Meregali via Points 2-0.
Roberto Jimenez defeats Keenan Cornelius via Points 6-4.

Dream Art v Atos Matches
Micael Galvao defeats Mateus Rodrigues via Choke.
Tye Ruotolo defeats Jhonathan Marques via Referee Decision.

Brown Belt Matches
Tainan Dalpra defeats Mike Khatchikian via Bow & Arrow Choke.
Andy Murasaki defeats Lucas Protasio via Referee Decision.
Jessa Khan defeats Vicky Hoang via Toehold.
Conner DeAngelis defeats Miha Perhavec via Points.
Meyram Alves defeats Joshua Cisneros via Points.
Adam Bradley defeats Dante Cano via Points.

Purple Belt Matches
Nsima Inyang defeats Chad Wesley Smith via Armbar.
Jansen Gomes defeats Rui Alves via Points.
Rico Staton defeats Robin Bohlin via Advantages.
Lucas Montalvao defeats Elder Cruz via Advantages.

Blue Belt Juvenile Matches
Cole Abate defeats Sebastian Oyervidez via Flying Triangle.
Andrew Tackett defeats Dominic Mejia via Points.
Gustavo Ogawa defeats Jonah Gratt via Armbar.

To watch the replay of Who’s #1, click here.

Alex Lindsey

Alex Lindsey is the managing editor here at Grappling Insider. Originally starting training in MMA in 2008, injuries and university slowed progress until he decided to put on a gi for the first time back in 2015. Residing in Newport, South Wales, he trains at Newport MMA and competes as much as possible but still prefers no gi.

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