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Andris Brunovskis: Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!

Andris Brunovskis: Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!


Who is Andris Brunovskis?

Andris Brunovskis is an American black belt in the sport of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu who is known for his creativity, particularly when it comes to playing open guard positions. Brunovskis black belt was hard earned under the eye of respected competitor André Galvão at Atos Jiu-Jitsu. He gained a reputation as a clever submission artist by running through many opponents at blue, purple, and brown belt levels on his way to achieving world championship status multiple times over. 

Super Spicy Omoplatas by Andris Brunovskis

The son of Latvian immigrants who found their way to America in the wake of World War II, Brunovskis was born in the summer of 1990. He found his way to the sport of Jiu Jitsu at the age of 16 in Cleveland. At first, he trained under the banner of Evolution Jiu Jitsu but eventually switched camps when he moved to Sacramento, California to train more seriously. It was here that he met and befriended another legend in the making, Keenan Cornelius.

While traveling between Ohio and California to compete, the young Brunovskis caught the attention of noted trainer Lloyd Irvin, who quickly invited Anrdris to join his competition team full time. Brunovskis accepted the offer, and eventually convinced Cornelius to join him under Irvin. Unfortunately Team Lloyd Irvin was dissolved shortly after in the wake of accusations of abuse within the team.

Now without a strong affiliation, Brunovski was forced to switch camps again, this time finding his way to one of the most respected competitors alive, André Galvão. At Atos, Brunovski received his black belt in 2014 and continued to compete heavily for the next three years, medaling in various national and international competitions.

Today he continues to compete and show off his unique personality while working closely with Keenan Cornelius at the academy he founded in 2019, Legion BJJ. Andris keeps fun at the forefront of his Jiu-Jitsu practice and can be found posing in a gi with his ally and assistant professor, a chihuahua named Lolo.

Obnoxious Omoplatas by Jeff Glover

How Old is Andris Brunovskis?

Andris Brunovskis turned 31 years old in 2021. He was born on the 8th of August, 1990 in Cleveland, Ohio.

Andris Brunovskis Family

Andris Brunovskis’ parents are Latvian and moved to the United States after the second world war.

How Much is Andris Brunovskis Worth?

Brunovskis’ net worth has not been estimated. He makes a living from an active competition career, coaching grappling at Legion Jiu-Jitsu in San Diego, California.

How Tall is Andris Brunovskis?

Andris is 5’11”. He is considered tall & lanky for a lightweight grappler.

How Much Does Andris Brunovskis Weigh? 

Brunovskis is a lightweight grappler who competes most often at 168 pounds, or 76 kg.

Andris Brunovskis Fight List

Andris has competed a lot since he began to medal as a blue belt in 2008. With over 50 matches in competition, the list is impractically long to list here. See below for a list of Brunovskis’ proudest achievements in the sport:

  • 2008 IBJJF World Championship (Blue) - 1st Place
  • 2008 IBJJF World No-Gi Championship (Blue) - 2nd Place
  • 2010 IBJJF World Championship (Purple) - 1st Place
  • 2010 IBJJF World No-Gi Championship (Purple) - 2nd Place
  • 2014 IBJJF Pan American Championship (Brown) - 1st Place
  • 2014 IBJJF American National Championship - 2nd Place
  • 2015 IBJJF Asian Open - 1st Place
  • 2016 IBJJF Las Vegas Open - 1st Place
  • 2017 IBJJF Asian Open - 1st Place
  • 2017 IBJJF Pan Pacific Championship - 1st Place
  • 2017 IBJJF San Diego Open - 1st Place
  • 2017 IBJJF Las Vegas Open -1st Place
  • 2017 IBJJF European Open Championship - 3rd Place
  • 2019 IBJJF European Open Championship - 3rd Place

Andris Brunovskis's Best Fight of All Time

One of Brunovskis’ most interesting matches came very early in his career, in 2010. Brunovskis faced Christopher Broudnax in the No-Gi World Championship semifinals and defeated him in under a minute. This would be impressive on it’s own, but the first 30 seconds of the match saw Andris immediately invert and begin scooting backwards on his shoulders towards a visibly confused opponent. Just as Broudnax glanced at the referee in confusion, Brunoovskis lunged into a triangle setup and finished him in short order. This moment certainly helped propel Brunovskis to notoriety for his inventive style.

Who Did Andris Brunovskis Lose To?

Recently, in July of 2020, Brunovskis competed in Fight 2 Win 148 against Richar Nogueira. It was a competitive, back-and-forth outing where both competitors had good moments, but Nogueira was able to come away with the decision victory after time expired. Brunovski will no doubt use this as motivation for future competitions.

Andris Brunovskis Record

Andris Brunovskis’ overall record as a professional grappler is 39-13. He has 23 submissions in competitions, 10 of which have been variations of his signature omoplata.

Andris Brunovskis Injuries

Andris has had sporadic injuries throughout his career, but nothing major has caused him to pull out of a fight.

Is Andris Brunovskis Retired?

At only 31, Brunovskis is still far from retirement. He maintains an active competition career and continues to teach at Legion Jiu-Jitsu Headquarters in San Diego with fellow top-level player Keenan Cornelius. In addition to these pursuits, Andris has begun to develop an internet presence with his online instructional content. He has developed a series focusing on his use of the Omoplata with BJJ Fanatics. His “Super Spicy Omoplatas" is filled with ideas for using the omoplata path as a means to sweep, control, and submit opponents in unconventional ways.

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