Port Chester boy to compete in Jiu Jitsu World Championships in Las Vegas

News 12's Pete Ruf spoke with 11-year-old Kenji Clark and his trainer Jonathan Torres, the owner of Essential Jiu Jitsu in White Plains, about what it takes to be a champion.

News 12 Staff

Sep 14, 2022, 9:36 PM

Updated 623 days ago

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A Port Chester boy will compete in the Jiu Jitsu World Championships in Las Vegas this month.
News 12's Pete Ruf spoke with 11-year-old Kenji Clark and his trainer Jonathan Torres, the owner of Essential Jiu Jitsu in White Plains, about what it takes to be a champion.


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