LOOK: Jinri Park grapples with Team Lakay in Baguio

ABS-CBN Sports on Jan 18, 2019 12:43 AM
LOOK: Jinri Park grapples with Team Lakay in Baguio
Jinri and Gravity! (Photo courtesy of @jinri_88 on Instagram)

Filipina model/celebrity Jinri Park has been taking her Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu talents up to Baguio City to train with none other than the world champions over at the famed Team Lakay gym. 

Park, who's a Blue Belt under Atos Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, recently made the trip up north to help reigning ONE Flyweight World Champion Geje "Gravity" Eustaquio prepare for his world title defense against Brazilian grappling ace Adriano Moraes at ONE: Hero's Ascent on Friday, January 25th at the Mall of Asia Arena. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Rolling with a blue belt.. A great visitor #teamlakay2019

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 This isn't the first time that Park has helped out with the Baguio boys, as she's dropped by the La Trinidad, Benguet-based gym a couple of times back in 2018, training the likes of ONE Lightweight World Champion Eduard Folayang and former ONE Featherweight World Champion Honorio Banario among others. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Celebrating my 3rd year anniversary of being a jiujiteira! A lot has happened this year, joined Tokyo Open, Masters Asia Open and even tried my luck at Worlds! I will never stop falling in love with this sport ❤️ Recently had the opportunity to train with the champs at Team Lakay! Congratulations @the.landslide and @therockbanario for winning the fight tonight! Your fights were LEGIT and super solid! Never gave up and kept fighting! Have so much respect for you guys! Oss! Pinoy pride! Don’t forget to check out my YouTube channel! Recently uploaded my sparring session with eduard and also a Q&A with the landslide coming soon!!!! Subscribe to YouTube.com/thejinriexperience #bjj #jiujitsu #eduardfolayang #onechampionship #mma SWIPE ➡️

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Had fun rolling with @the.landslide few days back in baguio! The struggle is real 😂 #bjj #jiujitsu

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For the past few years, grappling has been a major point of improvement for the Team Lakay members, and their hard work on the mats have paid dividends, as they've managed to snag four world championships, just this past year. 

Park, who has done a lot of competing in her three years of practicing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, had nothing but praise for the boys in Baguio, calling them "fake white belts." 

"Daming “fake” white belts here at Team Lakay. Dapat lahat blue or purple and above," her post read. 

In fact, two members of Team Lakay in Banario and Edward Kelly earned their Blue Belts under Coach John Baylon in 2018. 

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