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Professor Justin Rader Set to Compete in NY at Huge Pro Invitational Tournament!

Rafael Lovato Jr. - Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Professor Rader in action en route to winning the 2010 Black Belt No-Gi World Championships

Professor Justin Rader of Team Lovato, will once again be showcasing his skills against some of the Greatest Grapplers in The World!  Professor Rader will compete in New York City this Saturday, against 15 of the best grapplers in the world in a 16 man invitational tournament for $10,000!  Professor Rader has been training very hard and is ready for battle!  Professor Rader is the 2010 Black Belt No-Gi World Champion, becoming only the 2nd American to ever win the extremely competitive Black Belt Featherweight division at the No-Gi World Championships!  He is also a 2011 Black Belt No-Gi World Finalist and rated America's #1 Lightweight Pro Grappler after winning two Grapplers Quest Pro divisions in 2011!

You can catch a live stream of the event at & watch Professor Rader go for $10,000 and the title of the Ultimate Lightweight Grappler!

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