Leandro Lo Death Cause: The family’s attorney claims that Leonardo Lo is already known to be brain dead.
At Clube Srio in Indianópolis, Leonardo Lo was prepared to stop a conflict between two men by immobilizing one of them, but after the performance, the man pulled out a gun, shot someone, and ran away.
Leandro won the jiu-jitsu world championship Eight times. The first victory was in the lightweight division in 2012, and the last victory was in the light heavyweight category in 2022.
According to a friend, Lo would face off against four other fighters in the US in the upcoming days for another title. May his soul rest in peace. He will be missed.
Leandro Lo Cause of Death
Leandro Pereira do Nascimento Lo, a 32-year-old world champion in jiu-jitsu, was shot during a party inside the Clube Srio in the early hours of this past Sunday in the Indianópolis area of So Paulo. The fighter’s attorney claims that the athlete’s brain death has already been established.
The victim and the youngster got into a fight, and to defuse the situation, the victim immobilized himself, according to the family’s attorney, Iv Siqueira Junior. The attacker fled before pulling a gun and shooting the combatant once in the head.
According to the attorney, the author continued to kick the victim twice as she lay on the ground after the shooting before running away. Due to the show’s significant volume, few people heard the noise.
The gunman, who was alone, provoked Lo and his five companions, who were seated at a table, according to a friend of the combatant who saw the incident.
What Happened To Leandro Lo?
After a disagreement during the pagode show inside the club, Leandro Lo was shot in the head.
The athlete was saved and transported to Jabaquara’s Saboya Municipal Hospital, also in SP’s South Zone. The G1 inquired about the fighter’s health state with the Municipal Health Department, but he did not hear back until the report’s most recent update.
Clube Srio was also approached. However, as of right now, they haven’t replied to requests for the report.
Leandro was a born athlete who won numerous prestigious competitions as a youth, including the Mundial in 2005 and another medal in 2006.
Lo was known as a spider guard/triangle sort of grappler when he was a purple belt, but his style changed after suffering an injury that prevented him from competing for a short while.
He began developing his top game during this “competition-free” period because he didn’t have to compete every weekend. This ultimate game would later help him become well-known during his black belt era.