Your cart
Total: $0.00
Lifetime Video Access Lifetime
Video Access
Downloadable
videos
30 Days Money Back Guarantee

BJJ Instructional Videos
John Danaher Leglocks
John Danaher Back Attacks BJJ
Down
Half Guard BJJ Instructional Video
Neiman Gracie Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!
articles/neiman.jpg

Neiman Gracie Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!

,

ARE YOU A BJJ FANATICS INSIDER? IF NOT, YOU’RE MISSING OUT!

Our Insiders Club is by far the fastest way to level up your game. Take a deep dive on one specific skill per month with the top instructors in the BJJ Fanatics family.

AND NOW YOU CAN TRY IT FREE FOR 7 DAYS!

How much is it worth to get private lessons from Benardo Faria, the Ruotolo brothers, Giancarlo Bodoni, Jeff Glover, Neil Melanson, Marcos Tinoco… and the list goes on and on?! Forget it, don’t answer that - because you get all of these guys and more… for just $9.99 a month! But the even better news is – we’re currently giving you the chance to try out the Insiders Club for 7 days – FREE!

With your subscription you’ll get a Private Lesson (Masterclass), At Home Drills to work on, rolling breakdowns and more. You’ll also get a sneak peek at our upcoming Product Launch and Daily Deal schedules plus access to Daily Deals on BJJ gear and merchandise (up to 80% off). And much much more!

TRY IT FREE FOR 7 DAYS!

Learn More Here

Who Is Neiman Gracie?

Neiman Gracie is a second degree Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt and mixed martial artist who competes in the welterweight division of Bellator MMA. he has been competing professionally in MA since 2013, and has also fought in the World Series of Fighting. He is a fourth generation member of the Gracie family, and is currently ranked #4 in the  Bellator Welterweight Rankings.

What this article covers:

Modern Jiu-Jitsu For MMA by Neiman Gracie is available now from BJJFanatics.com.

On top of his MMA career he also has a lengthy and successful career in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. He is a second degree Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt under Renzo Gracie, and has placed in the World Jiu Jitsu Championship, World No-Gi Jiu Jitsu Championship, Pan American Championship, IBJJF Open, and much more.

Getting Un-Stuck by Luiz Panza is available now from BJJFanatics.com.

How Old Is Neiman Gracie?

Born December 12, 1988, Neiman Gracie is 32 years old.

Neiman Gracie’s Family

Neiman Gracie is the son of Carla Gracie and Marcio Stambowsky. His mother, Carla Gracie, is the daughter of Robson Gracie. His father Marcio is Jewish and Neiman was raised Jewish, making him one of the most notable Jews in MMA. Although technically his name is Neiman Gracie Stambowsky, he is professionally billed as Neiman Gracie, using his mothers maiden name. Neiman’s sister Deborah Gracie Stambowsky is the second female in the Gracie family who achieved a black belt. Their first cousin Kyra Gracie was the first Gracie female to receive a black belt. Neiman and his wife Karina also have one daughter, Khali.

ARE YOU A BJJ FANATICS INSIDER? IF NOT, YOU’RE MISSING OUT!

Our Insiders Club is by far the fastest way to level up your game. Take a deep dive on one specific skill per month with the top instructors in the BJJ Fanatics family.

AND NOW YOU CAN TRY IT FREE FOR 7 DAYS!

How much is it worth to get private lessons from Benardo Faria, the Ruotolo brothers, Giancarlo Bodoni, Jeff Glover, Neil Melanson, Marcos Tinoco… and the list goes on and on?! Forget it, don’t answer that - because you get all of these guys and more… for just $9.99 a month! But the even better news is – we’re currently giving you the chance to try out the Insiders Club for 7 days – FREE!

With your subscription you’ll get a Private Lesson (Masterclass), At Home Drills to work on, rolling breakdowns and more. You’ll also get a sneak peek at our upcoming Product Launch and Daily Deal schedules plus access to Daily Deals on BJJ gear and merchandise (up to 80% off). And much much more!

TRY IT FREE FOR 7 DAYS!

Learn More Here

How Much Is Neiman Gracie Worth?

Neiman Gracie is worth approximately $2 Million.

How Tall Is Neiman Gracie?

Neiman Gracie stands at 6 feet and 0 inches tall.

How Much Does Neiman Gracie Weigh?

As he competes in the welterweight division, Neiman Gracie weighs 170 pounds.

ARE YOU A BJJ FANATICS INSIDER? IF NOT, YOU’RE MISSING OUT!

Our Insiders Club is by far the fastest way to level up your game. Take a deep dive on one specific skill per month with the top instructors in the BJJ Fanatics family.

AND NOW YOU CAN TRY IT FREE FOR 7 DAYS!

How much is it worth to get private lessons from Benardo Faria, the Ruotolo brothers, Giancarlo Bodoni, Jeff Glover, Neil Melanson, Marcos Tinoco… and the list goes on and on?! Forget it, don’t answer that - because you get all of these guys and more… for just $9.99 a month! But the even better news is – we’re currently giving you the chance to try out the Insiders Club for 7 days – FREE!

With your subscription you’ll get a Private Lesson (Masterclass), At Home Drills to work on, rolling breakdowns and more. You’ll also get a sneak peek at our upcoming Product Launch and Daily Deal schedules plus access to Daily Deals on BJJ gear and merchandise (up to 80% off). And much much more!

TRY IT FREE FOR 7 DAYS!

Learn More Here

Neiman Gracie Fight List

Neiman Gracie’s MMA career began in 2013 when he signed with the World Series of Fighting. He made his debut for the promotion at World Series of Fighting 5: Arlovski vs. Kyle in September 2013. His match was against Darren Costa, and Gracie took the victory with a submission in the first round.

His next fight with the promotion was at World Series of Fighting 11: Gaethje vs. Newell in July 2014. Neiman fought Dustin Holyko, who he beat by submission in the second round. Following this fight in October 2014 it was announced that Gracie, undefeated at the time, had signed a contract with Bellator MMA.

His Bellator debut came against Roger Bears in November 2016 at Bellator 163. Again, Gracie won this bout by submission in the first round. His next fight was against Dave Marfone at Bellator NYC in June 2017. Keeping up with his successful strategy, Gracie won the fight by submission in the second round.

Next, Gracie was expected to fight Javier Torres at Bellator 185 in October 2017. After Torres reported an injury, Gracie's opponent was changed to Zac Bucia. Brennan Ward was supposed to fight against David Rikels in this card, but their match was cancelled so Neiman’s match was elevated to the co-main event. Gracie won this fight with a neck crank submission in the second round.

For his sixth fight for the Bellator promotion, Gracie got his chance to fight Javier Torres at Bellator 198 in April 2018. Gracie won the fight in the second round with an arm-triangle choke submission.

Next, Gracie entered the Bellator Welterweight Grand Prix, where he faced Ed Ruth during Dellator 213 in the quarterfinals. After a well fought back and forth match, Garcie was able to pull out the win in the fourth round with a rear naked choke submission. Moving on to the semi-finals, Gracie faced Rory MacDonald at Bellator 222 in June 2019. Gracie lost this fight by unanimous decision.

After the Grand Prix fights Gracie was slated to fight Kiichi Kunimoto in December 2019 at Bellator 236. Gracie reported an injury causing him to withdraw from the fight and he was replaced by Jason Jackson. Gracie’s next fight was in September 2020 against Jon Fitch at Bellator 246. Gracie won the fight with a second round submission. Gracie then had the chance to fight Jason Jackson in April 2021 at Bellator 255, but lost the bout by unanimous decision.

Neiman was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. His Jiu Jitsu journey began at the age of 7, and he began his training at the Gracie Barra academy in Rio, where he earned his belts up until his purple belt from his great uncle, Carlos Cracie Junior. His parents moved to the United States in 2007 and Neiman followed, continuing his training where he left off at Renzo Gracie’s academy where he went on to earn both his brown and black belt.

For his MMA training Neiman is currently training out of Kings MMA under Rafael Cordeiro in Huntington Beach, California. Neiman had lived in New York City for many years, but after several circumstances including his belief that New York City was not the best place to raise his young daughter, he made the move to southern California.

Since training at Kings MMA, Neiman has had the opportunity to train with some of the sport's toughest competitors such as Beneil Dariush, Marvin Vittori, Kelvin Gastelum, and many others. Since moving to California he has had the opportunity to be closer to family such as his close childhood friend Chiron Gracie who is the son of Carlos Gracie Junior. He is also around a ton of Gracie Bach facilities founded by Carlos Gracie Junior.

Neiman says that at the age of 8 he really understood what it meant to have the Gracie name. He realized it at his first competition, and quickly realized that it was best for him to not think about it and go on training business as usual. He stated “Being Gracie isn’t going to help you when you’re against the other person. It may give him more will to beat you. I try not to think about it. I’m just thinking about my career and my legacy. ” 

It is safe to say that Neiman has created quite the legacy for himself. If he continues with his MMA success, he has the opportunity to become the first Gracie to win an MMA title.

ARE YOU A BJJ FANATICS INSIDER? IF NOT, YOU’RE MISSING OUT!

Our Insiders Club is by far the fastest way to level up your game. Take a deep dive on one specific skill per month with the top instructors in the BJJ Fanatics family.

AND NOW YOU CAN TRY IT FREE FOR 7 DAYS!

How much is it worth to get private lessons from Benardo Faria, the Ruotolo brothers, Giancarlo Bodoni, Jeff Glover, Neil Melanson, Marcos Tinoco… and the list goes on and on?! Forget it, don’t answer that - because you get all of these guys and more… for just $9.99 a month! But the even better news is – we’re currently giving you the chance to try out the Insiders Club for 7 days – FREE!

With your subscription you’ll get a Private Lesson (Masterclass), At Home Drills to work on, rolling breakdowns and more. You’ll also get a sneak peek at our upcoming Product Launch and Daily Deal schedules plus access to Daily Deals on BJJ gear and merchandise (up to 80% off). And much much more!

TRY IT FREE FOR 7 DAYS!

Learn More Here

Neiman Gracie Best Fight of All Time

Neiman Gracie’s best fight of all time is widely considered to be his fight against Ed Ruth on his journey to a title shot. After Gracie entered the Bellator Welterweight Grand Prix, he worked his way into the quarter finals where he faced Ed Ruth at Bellator 213. This was an exciting back and forth match that lasted 4 long rounds until Neiman secured the win with a rear naked choke. This win sent him on to the finals.

Who Did Neiman Gracie Lose To?

In his professional MMA career, neiman Gracie has only lost to Rory MacDonald and Jason Jackson.

ARE YOU A BJJ FANATICS INSIDER? IF NOT, YOU’RE MISSING OUT!

Our Insiders Club is by far the fastest way to level up your game. Take a deep dive on one specific skill per month with the top instructors in the BJJ Fanatics family.

AND NOW YOU CAN TRY IT FREE FOR 7 DAYS!

How much is it worth to get private lessons from Benardo Faria, the Ruotolo brothers, Giancarlo Bodoni, Jeff Glover, Neil Melanson, Marcos Tinoco… and the list goes on and on?! Forget it, don’t answer that - because you get all of these guys and more… for just $9.99 a month! But the even better news is – we’re currently giving you the chance to try out the Insiders Club for 7 days – FREE!

With your subscription you’ll get a Private Lesson (Masterclass), At Home Drills to work on, rolling breakdowns and more. You’ll also get a sneak peek at our upcoming Product Launch and Daily Deal schedules plus access to Daily Deals on BJJ gear and merchandise (up to 80% off). And much much more!

TRY IT FREE FOR 7 DAYS!

Learn More Here

Neiman Gracie’s Record

Neiman Gracie’s professional MMA record stands at 10-2.

Neiman Gracie Injuries

Before his expected bout against Kiichi Kunimoto in December 2019 at Bellator 236, Gracie had to pull out of the fight due to an undisclosed injury.

Is Neiman Gracie Retired?

Neiman Gracie is not retired. He has an active contract with Bellator MMA, and just had his most recent fight in April 2021.

If you enjoyed this piece, check out these athletes:

Categories
Half Domination by Tom DeBlass DVD Cover
Catch Wrestling Formula by Neil Melanson
Butterfly Guard Re-Discovered Adam Wardzinski DVD Wrap
Judo Academy Jimmy Pedro Travis Stevens