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Roberto Godoi His Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!

Roberto Godoi His Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!


Who Is Roberto Godoi?

Roberto Godoi is a 5th Degree Black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu under the lineage of Waldomiro Perez and Marcelo Behring. Roberto has been an immovable object inside the world stage of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. He has won multiple titles including IBJJF World Championships, IBJJF Pan Championships and IBJJF Brazilian National Championships. Roberto is one of the most successful competitors of his generation as he has fought some incredibly high calibre opponents. Roberto runs his own academy called G13 Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Roberto Godoi has a world class franchise of academies that boasts ten thousands students worldwide.

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Roberto Godoi began training in Jiu Jitsu in 1988, he joined up with the famous wildman Marcelo Behring where he trained for a year. In 1989 Marcelo Behring moved to Australia so Roberto joined up with Waldomiro Perez the founder of Companhia Atletica Paulista (Cia Paulista) Roberto trained alongside Perez until 1992. As a Purple belt Roberto started his own Jiu Jitsu club at the back of his mother's place where he began teaching his own students. Roberto still trained under Perez, as one of his high school friends Jorge "Macaco" Patino joined up with them. 

In 1994 Roberto partnered up with Jorge Patino and Waldomiro Perez as they opened an affiliate club of Cia Paulista. After one year Roberto and Jorge decided to cut ties with Perez and Cia Paulista. Roberto and Jorge focused on their international careers as they both began fighting inside the cage. Roberto won his first two fights by submission as he showcased his exceptional skills inside the cage. For the next 4 years Roberto and Jorge  focused on teaching at their school “The Academia Macaco/Godoi” the success of their team was unparalleled as they won 4 Sao Paulo State titles consecutively. Macaco/Godoi beat highly regarded teams like Ryan Gracie Academy, Cia Paulista and Alliance BJJ. 

In 2001 Roberto and Jorge had a major falling out over finances, so the pair decided to go their separate ways. Roberto started “Godoi Jiu Jitsu” and as the pair split, a lot of their Black belts followed Roberto Godoi, Guys like Marco Barbosa, Roberto Tozi and Bruno Frazatto. Jorge Patino was extremely upset as their rivalry grew and their tensions spilled over onto the mats. There were many harsh words traded between the two rival coaches as they tried to cement their grip on the competition as the number one academy. 

Roberto and Jorge’s rivalry ramped up, as an inevitable showdown was apparent between the two Black belts. The pair would square off on the competition mats twice over the years, as the ledger was squared at one win a piece. Jorge would win the first fight by an advantage, while Roberto would win the second match in the final of the CBJJ Brazilian Nationals with a sweep in the final few moments. In 2006 Roberto and Jorge were offered an extensive pay packet to have a grudge match inside the MMA cage. At the Sao Paulo Regionals Roberto and Jorge fought in the main event, Roberto would lose the bragging rights as Jorge secured a TKO victory in the second round.

Over the next 10 years Roberto would win multiple Jiu Jitsu titles, including 5x IBJJF World Championships, 16 x IBJJF Pan Championships and multiple Brazilian National titles. Roberto also secured many other Silver and Bronze medal positions at various IBJJF events. In 2013 a bunch of Black belt professors got together and founded G13 Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. They all had the belief that there is no old or new Jiu Jitsu but just solid foundations, with this concept in mind they built a formidable World Class Jiu Jitsu team. Over the years they have had many great names who have helped to contribute to the success of G13, guys like; Wilson Reis, Rodrigo Ribeiro, Charles Faria, Fernando Margarida, Roberto Tozi and Marcos Barbosa. These days G13 has numerous locations worldwide as they cater for over ten thousand students globally. 

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How Much Is Roberto Godoi Worth?

Roberto Godoi has spent his career developing his technical skills in Jiu Jitsu. Over the last 30 years Roberto has won multiple accolades that has earnt him significant remuneration. Roberto has also franchised a whole chain of academies called G13 all over the world. Roberto's business intelligence is extremely high as he has become a successful entrepreneur. Roberto also hosts a vast number of seminars and has filmed an instructional video for BJJ Fanatics called; The Godoi Side Control System. Roberto Gordoi has an unreported net worth but it is safe to say he is worth millions of dollars.

How Tall Is Roberto Godoi?

Roberto Gordoi stands at nearly 6 feet and 1 inch tall which is the equivalent of 186 centimetres.

How Much Does Roberto Godoi Weigh?

Roberto Godoi has competed for most of his career in the 94 kilogram division or (207 lbs) Roberto has also competed extensively in Absolute divisions.

Roberto Godoi’s Fight List!

Roberto Godoi has had a huge influence in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu over the last 30 years. He has become one of the pioneers of the sport and teaches his philosophies worldwide. Throughout Roberto’s competitive career he has grappled with a large number of exceptionally talented fighters in BJJ and MMA. His fight list consists of guys like; Marcos De Matta, Jair Lourenco, Thomas Kucera, Jorge Patino, Marcelo Grosso, Gustavo Alencar, Paulo Roberto Streckert, Leonardo Leite, Walter Vital, Matt Jason Baker, Fernando Santos, Dilson Filho, Pedro Viana, Charles Faria Correa, Thomas Cronin, Chad Fields, Marcos Norat, Benjamin Salomon and Fabiano Andre Scherner. 

Roberto Godoi's Best Fight Of All Time

Roberto Godoi has had a tremendous amount of outstanding performances over his tenure as a Black belt. Roberto has defeated many talented Martial Artists throughout his rise to the top of the mountain. Roberto has won multiple Pans Championships and World Championships, any one of those title wins could be among his greatest moments. Capturing the IBJJF World Championship on 5 separate occasions including wins against guys like Stephen Vincient Hall and Cristiano Santos Lazzarini. One of Roberto Godoi's greatest wins was in 2019 when he defeated the great Renato "Babalu" Sobral at BJJ Stars Black Belt Edition, after a tough match Roberto defeated Renato on points. 

Hands down the best win in Roberto Godoi's career was when he defeated his former friend and arch nemesis Jorge "Macaco" Patino. At the Sao Paulo State Championship in 2006 Roberto Godoi would win by sweep points late in the fight. Words were exchanged after the fight as tempers flared, but Roberto would taste the sweet thrill of victory making this one of his best moments on the mats.

Who Did Roberto Godoi Lose To?

Roberto Godoi has lost a few fights over his career, even though he has won multiple IBJJF World and IBJJF Pan Championships he has also placed second and third at many IBJJF tournaments. Roberto has lost fights against BJJ athletes and MMA fighters like; Fabio Leopoldo, Fabio Gurgel, Ricardo Herriot, Jeferson Moura, Rodrigo Medeiros, Ricardo Arona, Roberto Magalhaes, Saulo Ribeiro, Evangelista Santos, Daniel Acacio and Jorge Pereira. Roberto would suffer his worst loss in 2006 when he signed up to fight his former friend Jorge Patino in a grudge match inside the cage. The pair squared off in a Mixed Martial Arts fight that only lasted two rounds. After a frenetic first round that consisted of many traded punches the fight went on into the second round. As the fight continued Jorge began to take the upper hand and late in the second round Roberto would lose by TKO. Jorge won the bragging rights as Roberto was extremely disappointed with the loss. 

Roberto Godoi's Record!

Roberto Godoi has been one of the biggest names in Jiu Jitsu to come out of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Roberto has set the Jiu Jitsu scene on fire with his execution of his skillset on the competition mats. Roberto has won over one hundred fights as a Black belt on the mats he has also secured an MMA record of 3 wins with 4 losses.

Roberto set the world record for the most students graded at one time, he rented a whole sports stadium in Sao Paulo Brazil where he graded 1200 students to their next belt rank. Roberto spoke about how proud he was that many of his students could accomplish this tremendous feat with him.

Roberto has won multiple Championships including;

2 x IBJJF World Champion Masters (2014, 2016) IBJJF NoGi World Champion Masters (Weight Class and Absolute 2008) 15 x IBJJF Pan Champion (2000, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 including 5 x Absolute Division Championships) IBJJF Masters & Seniors International Champion (Weight Class & Absolute 2008, 2011, 2012) CBJJ Brazilian National Champion (2007, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2016 Including Absolute Champion In 2009, 2010) IBJJF World Championship Masters Runner Up (2013, 2014, 2015) IBJJF NoGi World Championship Masters (2015) IBJJF Pan Championship Runner Up (1997, 2010, 2016) CBJJ Brazilian Nationals Championship Runner Up (2002, 2013, 2016) IBJJF World Championship Third Place (1997, 2000, 2002) IBJJF NoGi World Championship Masters Third Place (2015) IBJJF Pan Championship (1997, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2007, 2009, 2012) IBJJF South American Championship Masters 3rd Place (2017) IBJJF World Championship Masters 3rd Place (2013)

Roberto Gordoi's Injuries!

Roberto Gordoi has had a long and illustrious career filled with ups and downs. Over the course of Roberto's journey he has suffered from many injuries including hamstring strains, busted ribs and fingers. Roberto has always found a way to rehab his injuries due to his expertise in injury recovery. Roberto has always conditioned his body extremely well to stay in shape throughout his fight career. 

Is Roberto Godoi Retired?

Roberto Godoi has retired from professional MMA and competition Jiu Jitsu, he spends his days coaching Jiu Jitsu at his Sao Paulo branch of G13. Roberto also teaches expert seminars to many interested Jiu Jitsu enthusiasts that come from far and wide to seek out the knowledge of the Brazilian Champion. Roberto is highly invested in spreading his knowledge and his legacy to many young athletes in need of guidance.

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