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Pedro Marinho Age, Weight, Record, Net Worth, & More!

Pedro Marinho Age, Weight, Record, Net Worth, & More!


Who Is Pedro Marinho?

Pedro Marinho began attracting attention while competing as a purple belt and winning several professional no-gi events such as Elite Grappling and Jitz King against numerous high level black belts. Since then his success has continued to flourish, and he is also one of the main representatives of the Gracie-Barra Academy in professional Jiu Jitsu circuits. Since he received his black belt in March 2021 he has continued to climb the ranks, placing 1st in the 2021 IBJJF no-gi World Championship, and second in the 2021 IBJJF Pan Championship.

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How Old Is Pedro Marinho?

Born October 9, 1996, Pedro Marinho is 25 years old.

Pedro Marinho’s Family

Currently, there is no information available on the family of Pedro Marinho.

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How Much Is Pedro Marinho Worth?

Currently, there is no information available on the net worth of Pedro Marinho.

How Tall Is Pedro Marinho?

Pedro Marinho’s height is unknown at this time.

How Much Does Pedro Marinho Weigh?

Pedro Marinho competes at 195 pounds.

Pedro Marinho Fight List

Pedro Marinho was born and raised in Angra dos Reis, a famous city located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. As a child he was extremely active and played all of the sports he could while he was growing up such as skating, surfing, soccer, and several types of martial arts and combat sports. He developed a fascination with combat sports, and had his first experience in capoeira. From there he went on to train Thai boxing and Western boxing through his teenage years before finding Jiu Jitsu at the age of 17.

Marinho began his journey training under Master Reinaldo Fernandes of the Brazilian Top Team, and guided him for his first 4 years in the art. In 2017, Marinho got word of a new project being started by Felipe Pena called FP Golden Team. The idea behind the project was to get some of the most talented up and coming Jiu Jitsu athletes in Brazil and give them full scholarships to train at Felipe’s training center in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil.

The selection process for the team included a 2 day internship that Marinho attended, where he had to face the other candidates. His performance stood out and he was selected to join the team with full support from his instructor, Master Fernandes. Felipe Pena and the FP Team were linked with the Gracie Barra franchise, and it was through this network where Marinho met on of the “Red Shield” top instructors, Ulpiano Malachias. Ulpiano took a particular liking to Marinho and invited him to come and train at his gym in Houston, Texas. Seeing this as a good way to gain exposure in the sport, Marinho joined his team in 2018, where later on he received his brown belt from both Pena and Malachias. On March 13, 2021, Marinho received his black belt from Ulpiano Malachias.

Pedro Marinho’s Best Match Of All Time

Pedro Marinho’s best match of all time is widely considered to be his match in the finals of the 2021 NoGi Worlds against Vanger Rocha. Rocha, a long time black belt who has established quite the name for himself over the years, would be one of the biggest matches of Marinho’s career. He beat Rocha by points, claiming his first IBJJF World Championship title.

Who Did Pedro Marinho Lose To?

Pedro Marinho has lost to Kaynan Duarte, Jon Blank, Matheus Diniz, Gordon Ryan, Roberto Jimenez, Jonnatas Gracie, Vanger Rocha, John Combs, Jake Watson, Nick Rodriguez, Mica Galvao, Kyle Boehm, and Andre Porfirio.

Pedro Marinho’s Record

Since Pedro has been competing professionally since purple belt, his professional record is calculated from then rather than from when he received his black belt. Currently his professional record is 37-13.

Pedro Marinho Injuries

Currently, there are no documented injuries for Pedro Marinho.

Is Pedro Marinho Retired?

No, Pedro Marinho is very must an active and successful competition at the highest level.

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