Bruno Frazatto His Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!
Who Is Bruno Frazatto?
Bruno Frazatto is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black belt who was graded under Roberto Godoi, who’s lineage dates back to Carlos, Helio and Rickson Gracie. Bruno has also been graded more recently to a 3rd Degree under his coach Ramon Lemos. Bruno has had a successful reign as a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competitor throughout his prestigious career. Bruno is known as one of the best Jiu Jitsu featherweights in the world, he has won Championships at the Brazilian National, Pan Pacific and NoGi World Championship level. Bruno has also competed in professional Mixed Martial Arts in promotions like; Max Fight, Premium FC and RFA.
Bruno Frazatto was awarded his Black belt in 2005 and straight away he was fighting on the world stage. He won the Brazilian Nationals with a 2 - 0 points victory over Cicero Costha. The following year Bruno won another Brazilian National title and placed third at the Mundial World Championships after being submitted with a toe hold by Rubins Charles. Bruno also debuted in Mixed Martial Arts with a submission win over Julio Gomes, Bruno won two more fights in the cage to end 2006 on an extremely high note.
In 2007 Bruno secured another win inside the cage over Nelson Sobral. Bruno would face Rubins Charles again in the World Championship semi finals, and like the previous year he bowed out losing on points, taking home the Bronze medal. Bruno did win the ADCC trials with a 5 - 0 victory over Rafa Mendes. Although winning at ADCC, Bruno was devastated with his World Championship result so he stepped away from cage fighting to focus more intensely on Jiu Jitsu and becoming a World Champion.
In 2008 Bruno made the decision to change his training regime, by parting ways with Roberto Godoi and joining up with a more competitive Jiu Jitsu team. Bruno began working exclusively with Leozinho Vieira at the Brasa academy, Bruno also did some training with Ramon Lemos in Rio Claro. Bruno improved his game in hopes of becoming World champion, and at the Mundial World Championship Bruno fought his way into the final after defeating Mario Reis in the semi final. Bruno would once again lose by a toehold submission to his arch nemesis Rubins Charles. After suffering the disappointment of a third loss to Rubins Charles, Bruno finally achieved his long time aspirations of winning a World title. At the NoGi World Championship, Bruno defeated Denilson Pimenta in the final by an advantage after the scores were tied 4 - 4.
In 2009 Bruno joined up with the Atos academy full time under Ramon Lemos. Bruno won another Brazilian National Championship defeating the famous Isaque Paiva on points. Bruno once again tried to become the Gi World Champion, securing quarter and semi final wins over Jonatas Gurgel and Mario Reis respectively. A rematch was set for the final between Bruno Frazatto and his highly talented adversary Rubins Charles. After an extremely close match that ended with no score and no advantage, Rubins Charles was awarded the referee decision.
Bruno Frazatto powered on with his exceptional grappling career, by winning multiple titles over the next few years including a Brazilian National title and the ADCC Rio trials. In 2013 Bruno changed his focus and headed back in the MMA direction. Bruno joined up with the famous Noguiera brothers and competed at several MMA shows. After retiring from MMA Bruno jumped back into the world grappling circuit where he picked up multiple open tournament Gold and Silver medals in Rome, Miami, Orlando, Atlanta and San Antonio.
How Old Is Bruno Frazatto?
Bruno Frazatto was born in Campinas in Brazil, on the 12th of July in 1984, he is currently 37 years of age.
Bruno Frazatto's Early Life?
Bruno Frazatto grew up in Campinas in Brazil, a place full of rich culture, sports, music and festivals. From a young age Bruno was interested in Martial Arts, which was a common occurrence for a boy growing up in the dangerous streets of Brazil. Bruno began his Brazilian Jiu Jitsu journey when he was 16 years old and as he competed in tournaments he won multiple Gold medals. Due to Bruno's incredible competition prowess he conquered many divisions including adult divisions as a junior. After 6 years of competition success he rose up the ranks extremely fast and earned himself the highly regarded rank of Black belt.
How Much Is Bruno Frazatto Worth?
Bruno Frazatto has had an amazing career on the competition mats. He now focuses intently on coaching his students at his Atos branch in Atlanta USA. Bruno has also worked with BJJ Fanatics to bring his instructionals "Fundamental Jiu Jitsu" and "The Open Guard Universe" to the forefront. Through all of these avenues Bruno has a net worth of over a million dollars, with a steady incline highly likely for the Black belt superstar.
How Tall Is Bruno Frazatto?
Bruno Frazatto stands at 5 feet and 6 inches tall or (168 centimetres) Bruno has a reach of 73 inches or (185 centimetres)
How Much Does Bruno Frazatto Weigh?
Bruno Frazatto weighs in at 134 lbs or (60.7 kilograms) Bruno has fought at 70kg in most of his Jiu Jitsu career, he has also competed at 66kg and in the open weight class. In MMA Bruno competed as a featherweight and he has also competed as a bantamweight and a lightweight.
Bruno Frazatto's Fight List!
Bruno Frazatto has had an amazing career in Jiu Jitsu, with multiple wins against some of the most outstanding grapplers on the planet. Some of the fighters he has faced are; Jonatas Gurgel, Rafa Mendes, Cicero Costha, Yuji Uchida, Augusto Mendes, Mario Reis, Denilson Pimenta, Isaque Paiva, Renato Tavares, Caio Izidro, Gabriel Marangoni, Max Campos, Mark Ramos, Geo Martinez, Lucas's Araujo and AJ Agazarm.
Bruno has also fought inside the cage against Mixed Martial Artists like; Julio Gomes, Eduardo Citadini, Adson Nascimento, Nelson Sobral, Fernando Dos Santos, Cory Galloway and Jarred Mercado.
Bruno Frazatto's Best Fight Of All Time!
Bruno Frazatto has had a career filled with great competitive moments, his attacking style of Jiu Jitsu has won him many fans across the world stage. Bruno has placed in the top three at many events, earning himself a huge collection of Jiu Jitsu and MMA bling. He has won National and international tournaments and Brazilian National events. Bruno has always had one goal in mind and that is becoming a World Champion in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Bruno achieved this feat at the 2008 NoGi World Championships, in the 70 kg division he had an exciting and extremely close match with Denilson Pimenta. The pair traded transitions and at the end of the match the scores were locked on 4 points each, with Bruno edging out his opponent for the win by 1 advantage. After 3 attempts to become world champion, Bruno finally achieved his lifelong dream, although he endeavours to repeat the dose in the Gi.
Who Did Bruno Frazatto Lose To?
Bruno Frazatto has lost his fair share of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu bouts, he has lost to some exceptionally talented grapplers like; Claudio Mattos, Celso Vinicius, Augusto Mendes, Rafael Mendes, Isaque Paiva, Gunnar Nelson, Paulo Miyao, Marcio Andre, Joao Miyao, Samir Chantre, Alexandre Vieira, Geo Martinez and Tye Ruotolo. Bruno has also suffered at the hands of his arch nemesis Rubins Charles, as Bruno has lost to Rubins on 5 separate occasions. Two of Bruno’s losses to Rubins were in two seperate World Championship Finals with 1 loss in the ADCC Final, and the other 2 losses were in World Championship Semi Finals. Bruno most definitely has a score to settle with Rubins Charles.
Bruno Frazatto's Record!
Bruno Frazatto has accumulated a formidable record as a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black belt. With 50 wins out of 77 matches, with 27 of his wins by points. Bruno has only been submitted 5 times as a Black belt with most of his losses coming by points. Bruno has an MMA record of 7 wins with 2 losses including several wins by submission.
Bruno has won multiple titles including; IBJJF NoGi World Championship (2008) CBJJ Brazilian National Championship (2005, 2006, 2007) IBJJF Pan American Championship (2011) IBJJF European Open Champion (2012) ADCC Trials Champion (2007) ADCC Rio Trials Champion (2011) ADCC Runner Up (2015) Rome Open Gold (2015) Miami Fall Open Gold (2016) Atlanta Spring Open Gold (2019) Orlando SNGO Gold (2019)
Bruno Frazatto's Injuries!
Bruno Frazatto suffered a knee injury in a sparring session in the lead up to the 2017 ADCC. Bruno expressed his disappointment on instagram telling his followers that in the lead up he felt extremely sharp and better prepared than ever before in his career. Bruno also added that sometimes God has a different plan for us. Bruno vowed to come back stronger and so far he has delivered by securing Gold medals at the Atlanta and Orlando Opens.
Is Bruno Frazatto Retired?
Bruno Frazatto has retired from competitive Jiu Jitsu as he now focuses more exclusively on his coaching aspirations. In 2020 Bruno opened his own Atos branch in Atlanta, where he trains with the ADCC and 5 time World Champion Roberto Travern. Bruno has recently received his 3rd Degree on his Black belt under his professor Ramon Lemos.
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