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Jonathan Satava - A Gem of the Golden Generation of BJJ Grapplers!

Jonathan Satava - A Gem of the Golden Generation of BJJ Grapplers!

1. Jonathan Satava's Details

Jonathan Satava's Details
Name Jonathan T. Satava
Nickname N/A
Born East Patchogue, New York, United States
Date of Birth September 2, 1989
Nationality American
College/University Stony Brook University
Last Fight 2023 B Raton Open Championship
Last Weigh In Absolute Division
Weight Class Peso Medio (82 kg / 181 lbs)
Weight 82 kg / 181 lbs
Height 5 ft 9 inches
Career Disclosed Earning N/A
Fighting out of New York, United States
Foundational Style Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Favorite Technique & Positions North South Choke
Hook Sweep
X Guard
Butterfly Guard
Takedown Sweep
Rank BJJ Black Belt
Awarded by Marcelo Garcia
Head Coach Marcelo Garcia
Lineage Mitsuyo Maeda > Carlos Gracie Sr. > Helio Gracie > Rolls Gracie > Romero Cavalcanti > Fabio Gurgel > Marcelo Garcia > Jonathan Satava
Team Association Alliance Jiu-Jitsu
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2. Jonathan Satava’s Biography

“Sometimes the things that you imagine with your imagination are more real than the things you see. If you can pull out a pattern, you’ve extracted something real.”
(Jonathan Satava)

One look at Jonathan Satava’s BJJ journey is enough to understand his ambition as a sportsman. He tried different sports, including skateboarding and freestyle wrestling, but his injuries consistently hindered his progress. Ultimately, jiu-jitsu helped him achieve the glory he had always imagined for himself. Satava’s story highlights how his imagination of becoming a seasoned sportsman became a reality through jiu-jitsu.

Jonathan Satava is a BJJ black belt under Marcelo Garcia, a legendary BJJ black belt, seasoned grappler, and instructor. Jonathan Satava belongs to the golden generation of grapplers who trained at Garcia’s New York Academy. Besides Jonathan Satava, the team of a golden generation of grapplers includes Dillon Danis, Marcos Tinoco, Mansher Khera, Matheus Diniz, and Dominyka Obelenyte. Jonathan Satava has won some of the most prestigious BJJ competitions, including Pan American Championships, and World No-Gi Championships at the lower belt levels. He usually competes in the 82 kg weight class in both GI and No-Gi tournaments. After acquiring his black belt, Jonathan Satava proved his BJJ skills and prowess by competing against and submitting seasoned BJJ grapplers, such as Kayron Gracie, Marcos de Souza, and Marcelo Mafra. Showing stellar performances in the first year of competing made Jonathan Satava a rising BJJ star.

2.1. Jonathan Satava - The  Early Life of an Avid Sportsman

Jonathan Satava was born on September 2, 1989, and hails from East Patchogue, New York, United States. Satava was an athletic child and enjoyed participating in sports, particularly skateboarding. Besides skateboarding, he tried freestyle wrestling twice. Satava’s natural talent for freestyle wrestling helped him join his middle school team and compete in three competitions. However, it didn’t work out for him as sustained a severe shoulder injury that hindered him from competing that year. After this unfortunate event, Satava didn’t train in freestyle wrestling until high school. Unfortunately, he broke his collarbone while training and became unable to compete long before the tournament season started. With these injuries, he finally let go of his dream to become a professional freestyle wrestler.

2.2. Satava’s Passion for Skateboarding

Satava spent most of his teenage years practicing different moves on the skateboard, including kickflips and rail slides. His school friend, who was passionate about skating even more so than Jonathan Satava, used to bring Tech Deck finger skateboards and he and Satava used to play with these boards during science class. Satava learned about skateboarding through Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater video Games. Eventually, virtual skateboarding was not enough and he picked up a skateboard. Luckily, other children in the neighborhood were also into skating. Hence, Satava found a support system for himself to adjust to the skateboard culture. Satava first started skating at the age of twelve and he still skates as a BJJ champion.

2.3. Discovering Jiu-Jitsu & Continuing Skateboarding

Due to training in freestyle wrestling during middle school and high school, Satava had some combat sports experience as a child. Finally, at the age of 18, he discovered Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu while he was in college. After developing an interest in jiu-jitsu, Satava shifted all of his focus to training in this martial art. With BJJ becoming his first priority, Satava spends little time skateboarding. He also avoids performing stunts that he had mastered as a kid. Getting hurt while skateboarding can adversely affect his jiu-jitsu career. However, he still enjoys skating and learns new moves when he is alone or with friends.

In an interview with JiuJitsu Style, Satava shared:

“I have met a few people on the mats who also enjoy skating. I skated with Magid Hade and Jeff Glover while we were touring around Guatemala before a competition there. I have also skated with Marcelo Garcia and have seen videos of Lucas Lepri hitting a kickflip. Even though we might not always get acknowledged, we are out there.”
(Jonathan Satava)

Drawing parallels between skateboarding and jiu-jitsu, Satava also stated that BJJ and skateboarding both require the same level of focus, patience for refinement, and attention to techniques. Just like in skateboarding, jiu-jitsu also requires practitioners to master a set of techniques and try to chain them together with different positions and techniques that they have already mastered.

He further stated:

“Jiu-Jitsu and skateboarding are so similar that skating has helped me view jiu-jitsu through a different lens and vice versa.”
(Jonathan Satava)

2.4. Jonathan Satava’s BJJ Journey

Jonathan Satava discovered jiu-jitsu in 2007 during his freshman year at college, Stony Brook University. The university offered mixed martial arts classes in its basement. When Satava came to know of this, it piqued his interest. When he entered the class, he was informed that it was a jiu-jitsu and not an MMA training club. Satava chose to give jiu-jitsu a try and was immediately hooked to the unique grappling style. As a result, he joined the team and began training under Krishna Mirjah for three years. Under Mirjah’s tutelage, Satava’s jiu-jitsu skills were polished. Mirjah’s teaching influence still reflects Satava's fighting style. 

In Mirjah’s class, Satava mostly trained non-gi jiu-jitsu. Along with Eddie Cummings, Satava’s training partner, he developed his interest in no-gi jiu-jitsu and preferred it over traditional gi jiu-jitsu.

2.5. Pursuing a Career in BJJ

During his interview with BJJEE, Satava shared that when he was in university, he was considering a career in accounting or medicine. However, after training in jiu-jitsu, his aspirations changed completely. He wanted to pursue martial arts professionally. As a blue belt, he competed in a local tournament and narrowly lost. The realization that he could have won if he had been able to practice jiu-jitsu full-time without all the academic demands coming his way made him quit school one day. With his resolve strengthened, he decided to train full-time and actively pursue his goal. It took a lot of hard work to achieve his goal of becoming a professional BJJ practitioner, but he stayed firm in the face of adversity.  

His family didn’t fully support his decision at first. But Satava eventually convinced them that he could become successful in life by practicing only jiu-jitsu. 

2.6. Training with Marcelo Garcia

After training for three years under Mirjah, Satava decided to train under Marcelo Garcia, a five-time IBJJF World Champion, and four-time ADCC Champion,  to further hone his skills and increase his chances of competing at large-scale tournaments. When Satava began training with Garcia, he was a blue belt.

Satava’s physique and movements were similar to Marcelo Garcia's. Consequently, he got an edge by training under the legendary BJJ master. Impressed by Satava’s unparalleled grappling skills, the BJJ enthusiasts started calling him, “The American Marcelo Garcia,” a title Satava was honored to have.

2.7. Jonathan Satava’s Black Belt Moment

Within five years of training with Marcelo Garcia, Satava won multiple prestigious BJJ competitions, including the IBJJF World No-Gi Championship, Pan American No-Gi Championship, and Pan American Championship. The year 2014 proved to be the most successful year for Satava. He competed in both Gi and No-Gi tournaments as a brown belt and won more than five gold medals that year. In 2015, Marcelo Garcia promoted Jonatha Satava to the black belt level.

2.8. Jonathan Satava’s Achievements as a Black Belt

Following his promotion, Satava proved himself worthy of a black belt by winning gold medals in the IBJJF New York Open Championships, a silver medal in the World No-Gi Championship, and a bronze medal in the Pan American No-Gi Championship. His stellar performances made him one of the most feared middleweight jiu-jitsu fighters in the BJJ circuit.

2.9. Jonathan Satava’s Financial Achievements

The main concern of Satava’s family was that he would not be able to make a steady income by practicing BJJ. In the beginning, Satava used to work at a pizzeria. But true to his word, he made a name for himself in the world of jiu-jitsu and can now support his finances through private lessons, teaching classes,  seminars, and sponsorships. The most prominent sponsors of Jonathan Satava include MGinAction, Revolution in Motion, and Skate-Surf-Jiu-Jitsu.

2.10. Jonathan Satava’s Instructorship

In his interview with BJJEE.com, Jonathan Satava shared that he wanted to start his own BJJ academy. During his BJJ journey, Satava taught his jiu-jitsu techniques and strategies in various seminars across the world. His instructional content has been featured in popular jiu-jitsu magazines. A few of his BJJ instructional videos are also available on YouTube. Over the years, Satava has become one of the most revered BJJ instructors worldwide. He has been an instructor at the Marcelo Garcia Academy in New York City for many years. Satava has over 15 years of BJJ experience that he is now sharing with the BJJ community through his own academy, Peak Jiu-Jitsu, which is established in Patchogue, Long Island New York. The Peak Jiu-Jitsu Academy offers free trial classes, kid’s training programs, BJJ fundamentals training programs, advanced training programs, and open training.

3. Jonathan Satava’s Historic Fights

3.1. Jonathan Satava vs Higor Diniz

In the 2018 IBJJF Atlanta Spring International Open Championship, Jonathan Satava competed against Higor Diniz in the black belt division. Both Satava and Diniz demonstrated exceptional grappling skills; however, Satava outperformed his opponent by executing a manipulation and submission employing the arm in the Ezekiel technique. Jonathan Satava won the final round and the championship.

Year Event Opponent W/L/D Method Stage Weight Class Location
2018 IBJJF Atlanta Spring International Open Championship Higor Diniz Win Arm in Ezekiel Final Medium Heavyweight Atlanta, Georgia

3.2. Jonathan Satava vs Marcus Vinicius

In the 2023 IBJJF Dallas Summer International Open No-Gi Championship Jonathan Satava faced Marcus Vinicius in the black belt division final. After displaying stunning BJJ moves and techniques, Satava managed to submit his opponent through a well-executed reverse triangle technique, winning the championship and bagging a gold medal in the process.

Year Event Opponent W/L/D Method Stage Weight Class Location
2023 IBJJF Dallas Summer International Open No-Gi Championship Markus Vinicius Win Reverse Triangle Final 79 kg Dallas, Texas

3.3. Jonathan Satava vs AJ Agazarm

In the 2017 Abu Dhabi Jiu Jitsu Pro Championship, Jonathan Satava faced another remarkable jiu-jitsu fighter, AJ Agazarm in the black belt division. Both Jonathan Satava and AJ Agazarm struggled to gain a dominant position and in this process, Satava managed to take the lead and secured a clear win by points. 

Year Event Opponent W/L/D Method Stage Weight Class Location
2017 World Pro Championship AJ Agazarm Win Points RR 77 kg Abu Dhabi

4. Jonathan Satava National and International Accomplishments

Year Event Medal/Position Weight Division
2015 IBJJF New York Summer Open No-Gi 1 Bronze Bronze Medal Icon ABS
2015 IBJJF New York Summer Open No-Gi 1 Gold Gold Medal Icon 82 kg
2015 IBJJF New York Summer Open 1 Gold Gold Medal Icon ABS
2015 IBJJF New York Spring Open 1 Gold Gold Medal Icon 82 kg
2015 IBJJF Pan Championship 1 Bronze Bronze Medal Icon 83 kg
2015 IBJJF World Championship No-Gi 1 Silver Silver Medal Icon 79 kg
2016 IBJJF World Championship No-Gi 1 Silver Silver Medal Icon 79 kg
2017 UAEJJF Pro 1 Gold Gold Medal Icon 85 kg/U110 kg
2017 UAEJJF Canada National Pro 1 Gold Gold Medal Icon 85 kg/U110 kg
2017 UAEJJF Canada National Pro 1 Gold Gold Medal Icon ABS
2017 ADCC US West Coast Trials 1 Position 77 kg
2018 ADCC US East Coast Trials 1 Position 77 kg

4.1. Jonathan Satava Main Achievements (Black Belt)

Year Event Belt Position
2015 IBJJF New York Spring Open Black 1st
2015 IBJJF New York Summer Open Black 1st
2015 IBJJF New York Summer Open No-Gi Black 1st
2015 IBJJF New York Summer Open No-Gi Black 3rd
2015 IBJJF Pan Championship No-Gi Black 3rd
2015 IBJJF World Championship No-Gi Black 2nd
2016 IBJJF World Championship No-Gi Black 2nd
2017 UAEJJF New York Pro Black 1st
2017 UAEJJF Canada National Pro Black 1st
2017 ADCC US West Coast Trials Black 3rd
2018 ADCC US East Coast Trials Black  1st

4.2. Jonathan Satava Main Achievements (Colored Belts)

Year Event Belt  Position
2012 IBJJF Pan Championship No-Gi Purple 3rd
2012 IBJJF World Championship Purple 3rd
2012 IBJJF World Championship No-Gi Purple 1st
2012 IBJJF Pan American Championship Purple 1st
2013 IBJJF New York Open Purple 2nd
2013 IBJJF New York Summer Open Purple 2nd
2013 IBJJF Pan Championship Purple 1st
2014 IBJJF New York Summer Open Brown 1st
2014 IBJJF New York Spring Open Brown 1st
2014 IBJJF Pan Championship Brown 1st
2014 IBJJF Pan No-Gi Championship Brown 1st
2014 IBJJF World No-Gi Championship Brown 1st
2014 IBJJF Pan Championship Brown 3rd

5. Jonathan Satava Professional Record Breakdown

Matches 98 Wins 41 Losses
By Points 48 19
By Submission 39 12
By Advantage 04 05
By Decision 06 04
By Penalty 01 01
By DQ 00 00
Draw 01

5.1 Submission Methods W/L

Methods Win Loss
Rear Naked Choke 11 00
Guillotine 04 00
Kata Gatame 03 00
Triangle 02 00
Arm Lock 01 00
Arm in Ezekiel 01 00
Reverse Triangle 01 01
Botinha 00 01
Guillotine 00 01
Armbar 06 03
Gogoplata 00 01
Choke 03 00
North South Choke 03 00
Choke from Back 01 02
Flying Armbar 00 01
Submission 01 00
Crucifix Choke 01 00
Kneebar 01 00
Wrist Lock 00 01
Darce Choke 00 01

6. Jonathan Satava's BJJ Fight History

Year Event Opponent W/L/D Method Weight Class Stage
2015 NY Spring Open Tyler Warren W Rear Naked Choke Middleweight 4F
2015 NY Spring Open Kayron Gracie W North South Choke Middleweight SF
2015 NY Spring Open Tanner Rice L Adv ABS 4F
2015 ADCC US Trials Unknown W Guillotine Lightweight 8F
2015 ADCC US Trials Unknown W Guillotine Lightweight 4F
2015 ADCC US Trials Vagner Rocha L Points Lightweight SF
2015 ADCC US Trials Sergio Ardila L Botinha Lightweight 3RD
2015 Boca Raton Open Pedro Henrique W Pts: 9x0 Middleweight SF
2015 Boston Spring Open Javier Yamuni L Armbar Middleweight 4F
2015 World Champ. Marcos Souza W Pts: 11x4 Middleweight R1
2015 World Champ. Vitor Oliveira L Pts: 3x0 Middleweight 8F
2015 Sub Series Pro Kyle Sandford W Kneebar Middleweight SPF
2015 NY Summer Open Sean Fischer W Pts: 10x0 Middleweight 4F
2015 NY Summer Open Francisco Iturralde W Pts: 5x2 Middleweight F
2015 NY Summer Open Jordan Lutsky W Armbar Medium Heavyweight SF
2015 NY Summer Open Todd Brandon W Rear Naked Choke ABS 4F
2015 NY Summer Open Jordan Lutsky W Armbar ABS SF
2015 NY No Gi Open Youngam Noh W Rear Naked Choke Middleweight F
2015 NY No Gi Open Youngam Noh W Rear Naked Choke ABS 4F
2015 NY No Gi Open Gilbert Burns L Pts: 4x0 ABS SF
2015 GT Open Dan Schon L Darce choke Middleweight SPF
2015 GT Open Fernando Moya W Pts: 6x0 O76KG SF
2015 GT Open Sean Roberts W Referee Decision O76KG F
2015 NoGi Pan Ams Brian Beaury W Pts: 15x0 Middleweight 4F
2015 NoGi Pan Ams Marcelo Mafra L Pts: 4x0 Middleweight SF
2015 NoGi Worlds Gabriel Procópio W Pts: 10x2 Lightweight 8F
2015 NoGi Worlds Felipe Cesar W Pts: 6x4 Lightweight 4F
2015 NoGi Worlds Marcelo Mafra W Pts: 0x0, Adv Lightweight SF
2015 NoGi Worlds DJ Jackson L Pts: 3x0 Lightweight F
2016 US National Pro Q. Rosenzweig W Pts: 8x0 ABS SF
2016 US National Pro Abraham Marte W Pts: 3x0 ABS F
2016 Pan American Robson Sá W Choke from back Middleweight R1
2016 Pan American Felipe Cesar L Pts: 0x0, Adv Middleweight 8F
2016 Polaris 3 Darragh O'Conaill D --- Middleweight SPF
2016 World Pro William Dias W Pts: 2x0 Lightweight R2
2016 World Pro Luan Carvalho L Referee Decision Lightweight 8F
2016 World Champ. Brian Beaury W Armbar Middleweight R2
2016 World Champ. Otavio Sousa L Pts: 10x0 Middleweight 8F
2016 NY Summer Open Felipe Cesar L Points Middleweight SF
2016 NY NoGi Open Marcel Goncalves W Points ABS 4F
2016 NY NoGi Open Murilo Santana L Armbar ABS SF
2016 NoGi Pan Ams Daniel Davis W Rear Naked Choke Lightweight 4F
2016 NoGi Pan Ams Sean Fisher W Rear Naked Choke Lightweight SF
2016 NoGi Pan Ams Felipe Cesar W Referee Decision Lightweight F
2016 NoGi Pan Ams Cassio Francis W Referee Decision ABS SF
2016 NoGi Worlds Christian Dellevag W Armbar Lightweight R1
2016 NoGi Worlds Felipe Cesar W Pts: 2x2, Adv Lightweight 4F
2016 NoGi Worlds Francisco Iturralde W Pts: 2x0 Lightweight SF
2016 NoGi Worlds Marcelo Mafra L Guillotine Lightweight F
2017 UAEJJF NY Pro Vinicius Cabanez W Choke Middleweight SF
2017 UAEJJF NY Pro Tio Chico W Referee Decision Middleweight F
2017 UAEJJF NY Pro Tex Johnson W Points U110KG 4F
2017 UAEJJF NY Pro Tio Chico W Points U110KG SF
2017 UAEJJF NY Pro Helton Jose L Pts: 3x0 U110KG F
2017 Canada Nat. Pro Benoit Secour W Armbar Middleweight F
2017 Canada Nat. Pro Diego Vazquez W Rear Naked Choke U110KG SF
2017 Canada Nat. Pro Jon-Taine Hall W Armbar U110KG F
2017 Pan American Yago Espindola W Armlock Middleweight R1
2017 Pan American Josh Hinger L Gogoplata Middleweight 8F
2017 ADCC WC Trials Logan Arguello W Pts: 5x0 Lightweight R1
2017 ADCC WC Trials N/A W Choke Lightweight R2
2017 ADCC WC Trials Matthew Kwan W Pts: 3x0 Lightweight 8F
2017 ADCC WC Trials Ian Murray W Pts: 10x0 Lightweight 4F
2017 ADCC WC Trials Vagner Rocha L Referee Decision Lightweight SF
2017 ADCC WC Trials Oliver Taza W Pts: 2x0 Lightweight 3RD
2017 WP US Qualifier AJ Agazarm W Pts: 5x0 Lightweight RR
2017 WP US Qualifier AJ Agazarm W Pts: 9x0 Lightweight RR
2017 World Pro Francisco Iturralde W Pts: 3x0 Lightweight R1
2017 World Pro Nuno Martins W Pts: 3x0 Lightweight 4F
2017 World Pro Edwin Najmi L Pts: 2x0 Lightweight SF
2017 World Pro Hamzeh Rashid W Submission Lightweight RPC
2017 Miami SPO Victor Silverio L Pts: 3x0 Middleweight F
2017 World Champ. Leandro Kussano W Pts: 8x0 Middleweight R1
2017 World Champ. Gabriel Arges L Choke from back Middleweight 8F
2017 NY Summer Open Gregor Gracie W Points Medium Heavyweight SF
2017 NY Summer Open DJ Jackson L N/A Medium Heavyweight F
2017 No Gi Pan Am. Michael Tremblay W Pts: 2x0 Middleweight 4F
2017 No Gi Pan Am. Diego Ramalho W Pts: 4x0 Middleweight SF
2017 No Gi Pan Am. Lucas Rocha L Pts: 0x0, Adv Middleweight F
2017 No Gi Pan Am. Dustin Akbari L Flying armbar ABS R1
2017 GT Open John Combs W Pts: 10x0 Middleweight SPF
2017 NoGi Worlds Phillip Augusto W Rear Naked Choke Lightweight R2
2017 NoGi Worlds Michael Liera L Pts: 4x0 Lightweight 4F
2018 US National Pro Diogo Sampaio W Pts: 2x0 Middleweight RR
2018 US National Pro Diogo Sampaio W Pts: 2x0 Middleweight F
2018 Continental Pro Nick Calvanese L Pts: 6x2 Middleweight SF
2018 Grand Slam LDN Tommi Pulkkanen L Referee Decision Lightweight 8F
2018 Atlanta Sp. Open Higor Diniz W Arm in Ezekiel Medium Heavyweight F
2018 NY Spring Open Felipe Cesar W Points Middleweight R1
2018 NY Spring Open Gabriel Procopio W Pts: 9x0 Middleweight SF
2018 World Pro Youngam Noh W Pts: 8x0 Lightweight 8F
2018 World Pro Oliver Lovell W Pts: 2x0 Lightweight 4F
2018 World Pro Espen Mathiesen L Choke from back Lightweight SF
2018 World Pro Max Lindblad W Pts: 0x0, Adv Lightweight RPC
2018 World Pro Jaime Canuto L Pts: 2x2, Adv Lightweight RPC
2018 World Champ. Robby Malof W Pts: 5x0 Middleweight R1
2018 World Champ. Otavio Sousa W Pts: 4x2 Middleweight R2
2018 World Champ. Ruan Oliveira L Pts: 0x0, Adv Middleweight 8F
2018 NY BJJ Pro Johnny Tama W Pts: 7x0 Middleweight SF
2018 NY BJJ Pro Manuel Ribamar L Points Middleweight F
2018 ADCC EC Trials Stanley Rosa W Choke Lightweight R1
2018 ADCC EC Trials Warren Stout W Pts: 3x0 Lightweight R2
2018 ADCC EC Trials Werther Marciales W Pts: 9x0 Lightweight 8F
2018 ADCC EC Trials David Garmo W Rear Naked Choke Lightweight 4F
2018 ADCC EC Trials Jason Rau W Pts: 2x0 Lightweight F
2019 F2W 121 K. Steele W Referee Decision Lightweight SPF
2019 ADCC Dante Leon L Pts: 3x0 Lightweight R1
2019 NoGi Worlds Bobby Malof W Pts: 6x0 Lightweight R1
2019 NoGi Worlds Jeferson Guaresi L Referee Decision Lightweight 4F
2021 Charlotte Open Christopher Ryan W North South Choke Middleweight 4F
2021 Charlotte Open Gialysson Freitas W Pts: 2x2, Adv Middleweight SF
2021 Charlotte Open Caio Caetano L Armbar Middleweight F
2021 Charlotte Open Estevan Martinez W Pts: 14x0 ABS R1
2021 Charlotte Open Davi Cabral L Pts: 2x0 ABS 4F
2021 NoGi Worlds Michael Salazar W Pts: 5x0 Lightweight R1
2021 NoGi Worlds Daniel Seth W Kata Gatame Lightweight R2
2021 NoGi Worlds Stephen Simms W Pts: 2x0 Lightweight 8F
2021 ADCC EC Trials Bobby whither W Points Lightweight R2
2021 ADCC EC Trials Nathan Staton W Triangle Lightweight R3
2021 ADCC EC Trials Joe Solecki W Pts: 7x0 Lightweight R4
2021 ADCC EC Trials M. Hanson W Rear Naked Choke Lightweight R5
2021 ADCC EC Trials Kody Steele L Pts: 0x0, Pen Lightweight 4F
2022 ADCC WC Trials Nicholas Reiner W Guillotine Lightweight R1
2022 ADCC WC Trials Jimmy Altman W North South Choke Lightweight R2
2022 ADCC WC Trials Rob Sullivan W Rear Naked Choke Lightweight R3
2022 ADCC WC Trials Christos Papadelos W Pts: 5x0 Lightweight R4
2022 ADCC WC Trials Bobby Malof W Pts: 0x0, Pen Lightweight 8F
2022 ADCC WC Trials William Tackett L Reverse Triangle Lightweight 4F
2023 Elevate SS Austin Oranday W Referee Decision N/A SPF
2023 Memphis Open Vinicius Coimbra W Kata Gatame Middleweight SF
2023 Memphis Open Vinicius Wong W Triangle Middleweight F
2023 Pan American Lucas Brito W Pts: 4x0 Middleweight R1
2023 Pan American Pedro Maia L Pts: 2x0 Middleweight 4F
2023 B Raton Open Breno Damieri L Pts: 5x0 Middleweight SF
2023 B Raton Open Nicholas Martinez W Crucifix choke ABS R1
2023 B Raton Open Emilio Hernandez W Kata Gatame ABS 4F
2023 B Raton Open Pedro Moura L Wristlock ABS F
2023 Dallas SNGO Marcus Vinicius W Reverse Triangle 79 kg F
2023 Dallas SNGO Andre Sena W Guillotine ABS 4F
2023 Dallas SNGO Francisco Lo L Pts: 2x0 ABS SF

7. Jonathan Satava's BJJ Top Fight Links

Jonathan Satava v Vinicius Lino / Memphis Open 2023

Dustin Akbari VS Jonathan Satava / Pan NoGi Championship 2017

Pedro Moura vs Jonathan Satava / Baton Rouge Open 2023

World Abu Dhabi Trials 2013 MTL - Jonathan Satava (Marcelo Garcia) VS Vincent Duhamel (BTT)

De'Alonzo Jackson vs Jonathan Satava / New York Summer Open 2017

Photo Credit: @jtsatava

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