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Jan Buatim

Jan Buatim

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Jan Buatim is a Brazilian jiu jitsu black belt under Leandro Lo, who’s also trained extensively with Pedro Mello. One of the rising stars of the ‘New School Brotherhood’ academy, Buatim became a respected competitor while battling in Brazil’s national grappling circuit, conquering medals in important tournaments such as the South Brazilian Championships, Floripa Open and Brazil National Pro.

Jan Buatim Jiu Jitsu

Full Name: Jan Buatim Wamser

Nickname: n/a

Lineage: Mitsuyo Maeda > Carlos GracieHelio GracieRickson GracieMarcelo BehringWaldomiro PerezRoberto GodoiMarco Barbosa > Cicero Costha > Leandro Lo > Jan Buatim

Main Achievements:

  • Premium Cup Champion (2016 brown)
  • Interstate MG/SP Champion (2016 black weight + absolute)
  • Taboão da Serra Champion (2016 brown weight + absolute)
  • São José Cup Champion (2014 purple weight + absolute )
  • Copa Blumenau Champion (2014 purple weight + absolute)
  • Copa Stance Champion (2014 brown)
  • Brazil Open Champion (2014 purple)
  • South Brazilian Championship Runner-up (2014 purple)
  • San Francisco International Open Runner-up (2014 purple)
  • Floripa International Open Championship Runner-up (2013 purple)
  • South Brazilian Championship 3rd Place (2012 purple)
  • San Francisco International Open 3rd Place (2013 purple weight + absolute)
  • Houston International Open 3rd Place (2013 purple)
  • Floripa International Open 3rd Place (2016 black)
  • FIVE Grappling California 1 3rd place (2014 purple)
  • Brazil National Pro 3rd Place (2016 brown)
  • Premium Cup 3rd Place (2016 brown absolute)

Favorite Position/Technique: Berimbolo

Weight Division: Peso Leve (76kg/168lbs) – Peso Médio (82kg/181lbs)

Team/Association: NS Brotherhood

Jan Buatim Biography

Jan Buatim was born on the 20th of December, 1989 in Blumenau, Santa Catarina – Brazil.

Jan was introduced to martial arts at the age of 5, starting with judo. A sport he practised regularly for 6 years, reaching his purple belt before a switch to taekwondo at 12. Two years into his TKD training Buatim decided to stop his athletic endeavours, going on to lead a sedentary lifestyle of video games and fast food. This new approach to life led to obesity in his mid teens, nearing 100kg (221lbs) at the age of 14.

It was around then that Jan decided to make a change in his life, joining a health club where he started lifting weights. At this same gym, Buatim met Juliano Wandalen a jiu jitsu coach who also worked out there.
Juliano, commonly known as “Ninja”, was in shape and highly popular with members of the opposite sex, quickly becoming a strong influence for a young and impressionable Buatim, who decided to join his jiu jitsu class.

Through jiu jitsu Jan lost 20kg (44lbs). Travelling, hanging around his academy’s colleagues and going to tournaments with them transformed Buatim in a more independent and extrovert teenager. At 16 years of age Jan Buatim travelled to Niterói on his own, to compete at the CBJJO World Cup (where he reached a second place). This was another big step for the youngster, who realised then the potential jiu jitsu had in his life. The places, experiences and opportunities the sport offered.

Once Jan joined the University of UFSC in Florianópolis, he dropped jiu jitsu, finding it hard to reconcile his academic life with sports, particularly due to the lack of high level training near him. He would return to the sport two years  later, at Pedro Mello’s academy. One of the top coaches in Santa Catarina.

Under Mello’s guidance, Jan returned to competition, travelling around the country while also making his first trips abroad to train with the Mendes brothers at the Art of Jiu Jitsu academy (AOJ) and compete, earning his brown belt from Pedro shortly after his first Pan American Championship experience in 2014.

After graduating from university as a chemical engineer (June 2016), Buatim started working in the industry – while daydreaming about jiu jitsu. The desire to be on the mats drove Buatim to quit his job and move to Sao Paulo, where the sport is stronger than in Santa Catarina. A few of Jan’s training partners had moved to the (then) newly founded New School Brotherhood, and Buatim decided to join them on October 2015.

Under Leandro Lo’s guidance, the leader of NSB, Jan Buatim grew as a competitor, earning his black belt from Lo on July 1, 2016.

Jan Buatim Grappling Record

21 WINS
  • BY POINTS
    11 (52%)
  • BY ADVANTAGES
    0 (0%)
  • BY SUBMISSION
    8 (38%)
  • BY DECISION
    2 (10%)
  • BY PENALTIES
    0 (0%)
  • BY DQ
    0 (0%)

8 SUBMISSIONS WINS

#214eb8
Choke from back
25
2
#86e620
Knee on belly/choke
13
1
#5AD3D1
Triangle
13
1
#d1212a
Armbar
13
1
#fad11b
Submission
13
1
#f58822
Bow and arrow
13
1
#224aba
Choke
13
1
8
(100%) SUBMISSIONS
22 LOSSES
  • BY POINTS
    11 (50%)
  • BY ADVANTAGES
    4 (18%)
  • BY SUBMISSION
    7 (32%)
  • BY DECISION
    0 (0%)
  • BY PENALTIES
    0 (0%)
  • BY DQ
    0 (0%)

7 SUBMISSIONS LOSSES

#214eb8
Choke from back
29
2
#86e620
Bow and arrow
14
1
#5AD3D1
Omoplata
14
1
#d1212a
Estima lock
14
1
#fad11b
Choke
14
1
#f58822
Armbar
14
1
7
(100%) SUBMISSIONS

Jan Buatim Fight History

ID Opponent W/L Method Competition Weight Stage Year
10499Jaime CanutoJaime CanutoLArmbarSao Paulo Open82KG8F2016
10525Pedro MartinsLPointsBrasilia Open76KGSF2016
10652Luciano BernertLPts: 8x8, AdvFloripa Open82KGSF2016
10968Rodrigo ConceicaoRodrigo ConceicaoLPointsGrand Slam RJ77KGR22016
12027Andris BrunovskisAndris BrunovskisLBow and arrowPan American76KGR12017
12301Fabio CaloiFabio CaloiLOmoplataFloripa Fall Open76KGSF2017
12629Fabio CaloiFabio CaloiLEstima lockBrasileiro76KG8F2017
12851Luciano BernertLPts: 2x2, AdvCuritiba Fall Open76KGSF2017
13324Otavio SousaOtavio SousaLChoke from backACBJJ World85KGF2017
13957Hugo MarquesHugo MarquesLPts: 2x0Floripa Sp. Open82KGSF2017
14168Hugo MarquesHugo MarquesLPts: 7x0Grand Slam RJ77KGR12017
14296Luciano MacedoLPointsSouth American76KG4F2017
14338Eduardo VieiraLN/ABrasilia Open76KGF2017
15265K. SchorabskiLPts: 3x2Grand Slam LDN77KGR12018
15325Bruno BorgesLChokeACB European75KGR12018
15704Victor MatosLPts: 2x2, AdvCuritiba Open76KGSF2018
15973Julio MunizLPointsBrasileiro76KGR12018
16244Masahiro IwasakiMasahiro IwasakiLPts: 0x0, AdvWorld Champ.76KGR22018
17582Fernando PessoaLN/ACuritiba Sp. Open82KG4F2018
18004Alexandre JesusAlexandre JesusLChoke from backSouth American82KGR12018
18183Joao SoaresLN/ABH Sp OpenABS4F2018
18363Jhonny LoureiroJhonny LoureiroLPointsPorto Alegre Open82KGF2018
10481UnknownWPts: 2x0Interstate SP-MGABSSF2016
10482UnknownWChokeInterstate SP-MGABSSF2016
10498Áquila PaulaWPts: 2x0Sao Paulo Open82KGR12016
10524A. VieiraWPts: 12x4Brasilia Open76KG4F2016
10651Fernando SilveiraWKnee on belly/chokeFloripa Open82KG4F2016
11159UnknownWReferee DecisionSouth American82KGR12016
12296Anderson PrazeresWPts: 4x2Floripa Fall Open76KGR12017
12298Thiago AbreuThiago AbreuWReferee DecisionFloripa Fall Open76KG4F2017
12614Gustavo DebortoliWPts: 7x0Brasileiro76KGR12017
12623Eduardo SouzaWTriangleBrasileiro76KGR22017
12850Carlos MaklaWArmbarCuritiba Fall Open76KG4F2017
13323Mustakov AiazbekWPointsACBJJ World85KGSF2017
13955Moises CavalcanteWChoke from backFloripa Sp. Open82KG4F2017
14295Andre FerreiraWSubmissionSouth American76KGR12017
14336Carlos MaklaWN/ABrasilia Open76KG4F2017
14337Italo GulesWN/ABrasilia Open76KGSF2017
15030Alberto SerranoWChoke from backMexico Winter Open76KGF2018
15703Osmar GustavoWPts: 7x2Curitiba Open76KG4F2018
16148Fernando LatorreWPts: 10x8Miami Spring Open82KGSF2018
16149Athos MirandaWBow and arrowMiami Spring Open82KGF2018
18180Thales OliveiraWPointsBH Sp OpenABSR12018

Jan Buatim Position from ½ Spider Guard

Jan Buatim @Houston Open – IBJJF

Jan Buatim @FIVE Grappling

 

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