Leandro Lo Death video

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Brazilian jiu-jitsu legend who won eight world championships dies after being ‘shot in the head by a police officer’ at a concert.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu world champion Leandro Lo died on Sunday after being shot in the head, his lawyer has confirmed.

The 33-year-old Lo, whose full name was Leandro Lo Pereira do Nascimento, was at a concert in the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo when he got into an altercation with another man and was shot in the forehead.

He was taken to hospital but was declared brain dead hours later.

The police report into the death states that a witness saw policeman Henrique Otavio Oliviera Velozo grab a bottle from Lo’s table at the concert at the Clube Sirio and made threatening gestures with it just before his death, according to a report on MMA Fighting.

Leandro Lo Death Video

That resulted in Lo pinning Velozo to the ground and when they were separated, the officer allegedly pulled a gun and shot the fighter in the forehead.

Leandro Lo Death video

Leandro Lo was declared brain dead after getting shot in the head during a concert in Sao Paulo on early Sunday morning, his lawyer confirmed to news outlet G1.

Leandro Lo Death Autopsy Report

According to the police report filed Sunday (h/t Combate), before Lo was confirmed dead, police officer Henrique Otávio Oliveira Velozo is a suspect in the investigation of Lo’s murder.

Lo was 33 years old.

In the police report, it is stated witnesses said Velozo grabbed a bottle from Lo’s table, which prompted the jiu-jitsu fighter to take him down and hold him. They were separated, and then Velozo got back to his feet, pulled a gun and shot at Lo’s forehead.

Lo was taken to Dr. Arthur Ribeiro de Saboya hospital but was declared brain dead hours later.

Leandro Lo Death Pictures

A black belt under Cicero Costha, Lo was one of the most successful jiu-jitsu competitors of all time, winning eight IBJJF World Championships as a black belt since 2012. He won gold in the light heavyweight division earlier this year in California.

The Brazilian grappler has also captured multiple IBJJF titles in the Pans (eight), European Open (two), Brazilian Nationals (four), and seven Copa Podio grand prix titles across multiple weight classes, holding wins over the likes of Gordon Ryan, Andre Galvao, Gilbert Burns, Roberto Satoshi, Augusto Mendes, Felipe Pena, Alan Belcher, Davi Ramos and Dillon Danis.

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