Braulio Estima His Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!
Who is Braulio Estima?
Braulio Estima is a 4th degree Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt and former MMA fighter from Brazil. He earned his black belt directly from Carlos Gracie Jr in 2004.
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Braulio Estima started training in martial arts when he was 9. At that young age, he began to train in Judo but unfortunately just a year later his Judo instructor would pass away unexpectedly. This would force Braulio Estima to take a total of 6 years off of training from martial arts.
Braulio Estima started to train again after those 6 years once again in Judo but also in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu at the Gracie Barra Jiu-Jitsu Academy. At the legendary gym, Braulio Estima first trained under Charles Dos Anjos. After less than a full year of training in the art, he captured 5 major junior titles in the white belt division and was then promoted to blue belt. After three years of training, Braulio Estima would go on to win in the blue belt division of the Pan-American Championship.
He would then go on to compete at the Pan American Championships multiple times, at least once at each belt color.
In 2002, Braulio Estima would move to Birmingham, England to teach at that city’s franchise of the Gracie Barra academy after Maurição Gomes invited him to replace him as the academy’s instructor. Braulio Estima would then move to England permanently and make the country and the city of Birmingham his home.
Two years after that in 2004 Braulio Estima would earn his black belt in Brazilian Jiujitsu from Carlos Gracie Jr.
From there, Braulio Estima would go on to compete and achieve great success in various big-name tournaments like the Mundials, Pan American Championships, European Championships and ADCC.
Braulio Estima would even go on to compete in a single MMA match in 2012, a match which he won by submission in the first round.
How Old is Braulio Estima?
Braulio Estima was born on June 10, 1980, in Recife, Brazil. This makes him 41 years old at the time of writing
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Braulio Estima’s Family
Braulio Estima has a younger brother, Victor Estima, who is an accomplished Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner in his own right.
How Much is Braulio Estima Worth?
Braulio Estima’s net worth in 2021 is estimated to be $1.5 million US dollars.
How Tall is Braulio Estima?
Braulio Estima stands at 6 foot 3 inches tall or 1.91 meters tall.
What is Braulio Estima’s Reach?
Braulio Estima’s reach is currently unknown.
How Much Does Braulio Estima Weigh?
Braulio Estima Weighs 190 pounds or 86 kilograms
Braulio Estima’s Fight List
Braulio Estima’s official fight list starts in 2004 at that year’s Pan American championships. He would defeat his first two opponents by submission but would lose to his third opponent, Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza, via flying triangle.
Braulio Estima would then compete at the 2005 ADCC event but lose in the first round to Vitor Vana via rear-naked choke. Braulio Estima would also go on to compete at that year’s World Championships as well.
Braulio Estima would first face off against Ricardo Cavalcanti and win via armbar. Braulio Estima would then defeat both Rafael Mota and Demian Maia by advantage before losing once again to Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza but this time by points. Braulio Estima would then move on to the absolute division of the event and face off against Alexandre Ribeiro and win by points before closing off his time at the 2005 World Championships losing once again to Jacare Souza by points.
Braulio Estima would make his next appearance at the 2006 Pan American championships. At this event, Braulio Estima would compete in both the 94-kilogram division and the absolute division.
Braulio Estima would defeat his two opponents and win gold. In the absolute division, Braulio Estima would beat his first two opponents but lose to Alexandre Ribeiro by points to take home bronze.
Braulio Estima would then compete in the 2006 World Championships where he would defeat 3 opponents in the 88-kilogram division to take home gold. However, in the absolute division, he would lose in the first round to Roberto Abreu.
Then in 2007, Braulio Estima would compete at that year’s ADCC. He would, unfortunately, lose in the opening round of the absolute division to Tarsis Humphreys by points. Braulio Estima would also compete in the 88-kilogram division at that year’s ADCC and would take home second place after beating his first three opponents but losing to Alexandre Ribeiro by points n the finals.
From there Braulio Estima would go on to keep competing in events like ADCC, the mundials and the Pan American championships all the way up to 2018.
In 2012 Braulio Estima would also have his one and only MMA fight. The fight took place at Titan Fighting Championships 24 on August 24, 2012, in Kansas City. Braulio Estima faced off against Chris Holland and he would win the match in the first 30 seconds via an arm-triangle choke.
Who Did Braulio Estima Lose to?
Braulio Estima has lost to several big names in the jiu-jitsu world, these names include Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza on multiple occasions, Alexandre Ribeiro multiple times, Roberto Abreu, Tarsis Humphreys, Andre Galvao, Keenan Cornelius and BJJ Fanatics own Bernardo Faria.
What is Braulio Estima’s Record?
In Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Braulio Estima has had a total of 80 record bouts with 59 wins and 29 losses.
In MMA Braulio Estima has a total record of 1 match with one win.
This gives Braulio Estima a total combat sports record of 81 bouts with 60 wins and 21 losses. This gives him a total win percentage of 74 percent.
What Titles Has Braulio Estima Held?
Braulio Estima has held a ton of titles, this includes
- 5 European Championships
- 1 Pan American Championship in the 94 kg division
- 2 Nogi Pan American Championships in both the 91.5 kg and absolute divisions
- 3 ADCC gold medals
- 3 World Championship Gold Medals
- 1 World Cup Gold Medal
Has Braulio Estima Had Any Serious Injuries?
Braulio Estima once injured his neck at the IBJJF European Championships and still went on to compete and win that competition.
Is Braulio Estima Retired?
Braulio Estima is not officially retired but he has not competed in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu since 2018 and hasn’t competed in MMA since 2012.
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