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Gabriel Arges

Gabriel “Frodo” Arges is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt under Romulo Barral and Felipe “Preguiça” Pena. Gabriel’s nickname is “Frodo,” which comes from the hit film the Lord of The Rings. At the time the movie came out Gabriel’s haircut resembled the iconic hobbit, so his teammates started calling him Frodo. Gabriel currently competes for the Gracie Barra Academy and has made a name for himself in lower belt divisions at purple belt and brown belt in between the years 2013 and 2015. During that time, Gabriel conquered titles such as the European Open Champion, Pan America, American National Champion, and most notably the IBJJF World Champion in both gi and no gi.


  • IBJJF World Champion (2014 purple)

  • IBJJF World No Gi Champion (2015 brown, 2013 purple)

  • UAEJJF Abu Dhabi Pro Champion (2015 brown, 2014 purple)

  • IBJJF Pan American Champion (2014 purple)

  • IBJJF European Open Champion (2014 purple)

  • IBJJF American National Champion (2015 brown)

  • IBJJF American National No Gi Champion (2015 brown)

  • IBJJF World Championship 3rd Place (2015 brown)

  • IBJJF World No Gi Championship 3rd Place (2014 brown)

  • IBJJF Pan American Championship 3rd Place (2015 brown, 2013 purple)

  • IBJJF World Champion (2017, 2016)

  • ACB 4 Grand Prix Champion (2017)

  • UAEJJF Abu Dhabi Pro Champion (2017, 2016)

  • UAEJJF King of Mats 85 kg Champion (2019)

  • UAEJJF Grand Slam Abu Dhabi Champion (2017)

  • UAEJJF Grand Slam Los Angeles Champion (2016)

  • UAEJJF Grand Slam Tokyo Champion (2016)

  • IBJJF European Open Champion (2016)



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Learn from the best up and coming black belt there is

  • Gabriel Arges has already won the Black Belt World Championships, twice

  • Gabriel trains under multiple time Black Belt World Champion, Romulo Barral

  • Learn the secrets to be able to take the back, keep the back, and finish from the back at the highest levels

  • Transform your Jiu Jitsu game and finish any opponent from their back

  • Gabriel is the future of Jiu Jitsu and this is your opportunity to learn the secrets that led him to his second Black Belt World Title



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  • 2 x Black Belt World Champion Gabriel Arges – Undefeated As A Black Belt At Worlds In His Weight

  • Gabriel Arges won the finals of the black belt worlds by knee bar

  • Learn arguably the best Knee Bar in the world today

  • This is a complete and easy to use system

  • Gabriel has been able to utilize this lower body attack at the highest levels on numerous occasions


Gabriel Arges Biography

Gabriel Arges was born in Belo Horizonte in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil on January 29th, 1993. Gabriel played a variety of sports when he was a kid, but his first martial arts experience was at the age of 14 when he decided to try Thai boxing. However, this was a short lived endeavor as Gabriel was more interested in his high school’s soccer team, which he was captain of, at that time. It would not be until the age of 16 that Gabriel would try his hand at jiu jitsu. In his early teens, Arges has more than a few friends who trained and competed in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Often times his friends would invite him to watch their tournaments and even attend open mat sessions at their homes. This exposure to jiu jitsu piqued Gabriel Arges’ interest which led Gabriel to join a BJJ gym close to his house.

It was here that Gabriel would meet his first of many influential instructors, Fernando Fialho. Fialho was a member of the Gracie Barra Belo Horizonte team at the time. He had just been given his brown belt and was starting off in his coaching career with plenty of eager students to teach. Gabriel Arges would end up to be one of his best students and in only 18 months under the instruction of Fernarndo, Gabriel received his blue belt.

Gabriel Arges decided to compete more after he received his blue belt. Fialho’s academy did not have any upper belts to roll with and only offered three classes a week. So with Fialho’s permission, Arges decided to supplement his training regimen by splitting his time between Fialho and Marcelo “Uirapuru” Azevedo at the Gracie Barra Belo Horizonte head quarters. It was there at the Gracie Barra Belo Horizonte head quarters that Gabriel Arges befriended Felipe “Preguiça” Pena who was still a purple belt at the time. Both Pena and the senior coach Uirapuru helped to push Gabriel’s game to the very next level.

From 2011 an onwards Gabriel Arges and Felipe Pena trained extensively together. Both of them would travel together and train at Felipe’s academy.  Felipe opted to return to Romulo Barral’s academy in 2012 where he had been preparing for the previous year for the World Championship and Pan Ams. Felipe ended up invited Gabriel who willing followed. It was here that Arges would form another fruitful student – teacher relationship with Barral. Romulo Barral was a huge influence on Gabriel’s decision to become a pro Brazilian Jiu Jitsu athlete. Barral would go on to promote Arges to brown belt following his first world title in 2014. Both Gabriel Arges and Felipe Pena were awarded their black belts at the same time while both on the podium at the No Gi World Chamionship in 2015.

Gabriel Arges Videos

Clock Choke To Collar Choke by Gabriel Arges

Calf Slicer by Gabriel Arges

Isaque Bahiense vs Gabriel Arges Final King of the Mats Abu Dhabi 2019

Gabriel Arges x Isaque Bahiense - Final King of Mats 2019


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