Brazil won 22 of the 30 gold medals today at the AJP Tour in London ©AJP

Brazil were dominant on the second day of the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam in London, here at the Copper Box Arena, taking the majority of the gold medals in the professional bouts.

The nation claimed 22 gold medals from the 30 on offer.

Mattheus Paiva led a Brazilian one-two in the men's under-85 kilogram category, beating his compatriot Jefferson Alves Goteu by submission after just 13 seconds.

Bronze went to Italian Antonio Fierro who defeated Lithuanian Mantas Daublys by submission too.

Brazil won all three medals in the men's under-62kg, with Leonardo Cleison dos Santos Gabriel beating Leonardo Vilela by golden score after they drew 4-4 in the final.

In an all-Brazilian fight for bronze, Vinicius Oliveira de Souza defeated Jefferson Fagundes by submission.

This feat was repeated in the men's under-92kg when Pedro Ribeiro defeated Luiz Henrique 1-0 for the gold, with both being joined on the podium by Lucas Giraud who won 1-0 against Finland's Jesse Vuorio.

Three Brazilians won medals in the men's under-77kg too with Lucas Protasio beating Ademir Araujo 9-2 in the final and Luiz Paulo Medeiros beating Marcelo Montanagna on decision for bronze.

Fabricio Junior took the under-69kg title with a 2-0 defeat of Thiago Macedo, and Leonardo Saggioro completed the clean sweep by beating national team-mate Romao Carvalho.

Meyran Alves won 7-1 against Hiago George for the under-62kg gold medal, with both joined by another Brazilian, Marcos Froede, who squeezed past Ireland's Sam McNally 2-1.

Wallace Costa defeated Gutemberg Pereira on golden score in the men's under-120kg, with Matheus Felipe completing another dominant podium with a submission win over Bjorn Wallat of Germany.

In the women's under-55kg, Ana Rodrigues defeated Gabriela Pereira by decision to lead a one-two, with Dutch athlete Rose El Sharouni taking bronze with a 4-3 win over Portugal's Rafaela Rosa.

Thalyta Silva's 3-0 win over Rebeca Lima gave her the win in the women's under-70kg, and Brazil swept the podium thanks to Ingridd Sousa's win over Lithuanian Julija Stoliarenko.

Brenda Larissa won 2-0 against Poland's Martyna Iwat for the women's under-49kg gold.

Bronze went to Ni Ni Hoang from Canada following her submission victory over Hungarian Anett Toth.

Felipe Firmino stopped a home victory by beating England's Sam Teague 2-0 in the men's under-56kg final.

Britain's Shay Montague won 4-2 in the bronze medal match against Brazilian Welison Fernandes.

Carlos Henrique defeated Brazilian compatriot Luiz Guilherme de Oliveira Rodrigues 7-0 for the men's under-69kg, with Belgian Florian Bayili winning 5-3 against Sweden's Karl Pegers for the bronze.

Only two athletes competed in the men's under-56kg, with Yuri Hendrex defeating Brazilian team-mate Kalel Santos in a best-of-three showdown.

Erich Munis won 3-2 over Catriel Fernandes Rodrigues in an all-Brazilian men's under-94kg final.

Adam Wardzinski of Poland defeated Janis Riekstins of Latvia 6-1 for bronze.

Only Tommy Lilleskog Langaker of Norway won a black belt tournament today, winning the men's under-85kg rematch against Uanderson Ferreira from Brazil by golden score.

During yesterday's King of the Mats competition, Ferreira won by the same way in the final.

Bronze went to another Brazilian, Alex Munis, who submitted Uruguay's Fausto Godoy.

Non-Brazilian winners also came in purple and brown-belt tournaments for Oskar Gasperski of Poland, Scout Feitosa Pereira from Switzerland, Adrianna Wojarska of Poland, Switzerland's Amanda Schurtz, Norway's Selma Vik and Britain's Nia Blackman and Paris Peirce.