Cicero Costha Record, Net Worth, Age Weight, & More!
Who Is Cicero Costha?
Cicero Costha is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt and instructor who is responsible for coaching some of the biggest stars in the sport, including Thalison Soares, Leandro Lo, the Miyao Brothers, and so many more. In his days as a competitor he was one of the top featherweights of his generation, and was a student of Mr. Marco Barbosa.
Cicero Costha was born in the district of Ipiranga of Sao Paulo, Brazil and was raised in a household where he began working at a young age. His training began with Rocian Gracie who coached Cicero through brown belt. The time when he was competing as a brown belt is when he started to gain some notoriety in the sport, which caused him to leave Gracie’s academy to find a more competition oriented school. This led him to Marco Barbosa’s academy, and he received his black belt from Barbosinha.
While leading a successful BJJ career, Cicero also tested himself as an MMA fighter. He fought in open weight cage fights even though he was a featherweight, and fought some big names such as former UFC heavyweight challenger Gabriel Gonzaga.
Cicero always liked giving back to his community, which prompted him to open a social project where he started teaching Jiu Jitsu aimed to serve young athletes from impoverished backgrounds and commit to giving them a sense of citizenship through sports. The organization is called Projecto Social Lutando Pelo Bem, which stands for Fighting for Good Social Project. In addition to his social project, Cicero also founded a team of some of the best competitors in the world, called Cicero Costha Jiu Jitsu.
How Old Is Cicero Costha?
Cicero Costha’s age is unknown at this time.
Cicero Costha’s Family
Currently, there is no information available about the family of Cicero Costha.
How Tall Is Cicero Costha
Cicero Costha’s height is unknown at this time.
How Much Does Cicero Costha Weigh?
Cicero Costha often competed at 155 pounds.
Cicero Costha Fight List
Some of Cicero Costha’s main achievements include:
- 1st Place WLPJJ National Cup (2010)
- 1st Place FEPA Championship (2009)
- 2nd Place CBJJ Brazilian Nationals (2005)
- 2nd Place CBJJO Brazilian Cup (2010)
- 2nd Place SP Cup (2010)
- 2nd Place JJ Grand Prix Japan (2006)
- 3rd Place IBJJF World Championship (2004)
- 3rd Place CBJJ Brazilian Nationals (2004 / 2008 / 2010)
Cicero Costha’s Record
An official record for Cicero Costha is unavailable at this time.
Cicero Costha Injures
Currently, there are no documented injuries for Cicero Costha.
Is Cicero Costha Retired?
Cicero Costha has retired from professional competition, but is still very much active as an instructor.
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