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Tomoyuki Hashimoto His Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!

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Who Is Tomoyuki Hashimoto?

Tomoyuki Hashimoto is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black belt under Yuki Nakai, one of Carlos Gracie Jr’s Black belt prodigies. Tomoyuki, also known as Passport is the name given to him after he missed a European Open in Lisbon Portugal because he forgot his passport. Tomoyuki has become a legitimate professional grappler as he has won prestigious tournaments like; the JBJJF Japanese Nationals, the JBJJF Asian Open, the IBJJF European Open, the IBJJF Pans Championship and the UAEJJF Tokyo Grand Slam. 

Who Is Tomoyuki Hashimoto?

Tomoyuki Hashimoto is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black belt under Yuki Nakai, one of Carlos Gracie Jr’s Black belt prodigies. Tomoyuki, also known as Passport is the name given to him after he missed a European Open in Lisbon Portugal because he forgot his passport. Tomoyuki has become a legitimate professional grappler as he has won prestigious tournaments like; the JBJJF Japanese Nationals, the JBJJF Asian Open, the IBJJF European Open, the IBJJF Pans Championship and the UAEJJF Tokyo Grand Slam. 

Effective Open Guard by Tomoyuki Hashimoto

At the age of 16 Tomoyuki was heavily interested in Mixed Martial Arts, so he decided to give grappling a try. He found Takahito Yoshioka's academy where he began his journey into Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. In 2014 as a Brown belt Tomoyuki would impress with his competitive excellence by winning the DUMAU Challenge in his weight category, he also finished in second place in the absolute division. The following year Tomoyuki won the IBJJF World Championship, after his outstanding performance the President of the Japanese BJJ Federation Yuki Nakai promoted Tomoyuki to the rank of Black belt.

In Tomoyuki's first competition as a Black belt he won the Abu Dhabi Tokyo Grand Slam by defeating Yoshihiko Matsumoto. Tomoyuki also competed at the JBJJF Asian Open, defeating Makoto Sawada and Hisashi Ezaki on points in the quarter and semi final respectively. In the final Tomoyuki lost by an advantage in an extremely exciting match against Koji Shibamoto. 

In 2016 Tomoyuki had an outstanding season as he secured numerous Championship wins. He took out Gold in the Japanese Nationals by submitting Shimon Kagiyama with an armbar from the triangle setup. At the All Japan Open Tomoyuki had some incredibly tough fights as he narrowly won his last three matches to secure the Gold medal. Tomoyuki also starred as he took out his second Japanese Nationals for the year, he also won Gold at the Asian Open and the Abu Dhabi Tokyo Grand Slam by defeating Kazuhiro Miyachi 2 - 0 on points.

Over the next couple of years Tomoyuki had some extremely close results as he secured second place at events like; The Asian Open, the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam and the IBJJF NoGi World Championships. Tomoyuki did manage to win other events like the Pan American Championships, the All Japan Open twice and the Abu Dhabi Tokyo Grand Slam with a win over Gabriel Sousa. Tomoyuki also made it through to the final of the IBJJF NoGi World Championships where he fought Joao Miyao. After an incredibly tight match up, Joao was awarded the referee decision win.

Over the last 3 years Tomoyuki has continued to impress as he has secured the Gold medal at the European Open with wins over Cleber Sousa, Nobuhiro Sawada and Thalison Soares. Tomoyuki also won his super fight match at Fight 2 Win 118 against Jose Lima. Tomoyuki played a huge part for team Carpe Diem as they would compete at the 2020 Quintet Fight Night 5. Tomoyuki fought against Team Wolves technician Shinji Morito and after having him in a fully locked triangle Tomoyuki couldn't finish the fight as it was scored a draw. Team Carpe Diem would advance into the finals against team Tokoro. After a frenetic final, team Carpe Diem needed a submission in the last match to get the win. Tomoyuki would face the world renowned Masakazu Imanari, Tomoyuki would dominate Imanari with transitions. Tomoyuki went from back take to reverse triangle, arm in guillotine to triangle and armbar but Imanari's defense was too good and the fight would be called a draw as team Tokoro would take out the Quintet win.

Classic Open Guard by Lucas Valente

How Old Is Tomoyuki Hashimoto?

Tomoyuki Hashimoto grew up in Tokushima, a province on Shikoku Island in Japan. He was born on the 20th of April in 1993, Tomoyuki is currently 28 years of age.

How Much Is Tomoyuki Hashimoto Worth?

Tomoyuki Hashimoto has worked tirelessly throughout his career to build up his brand of grappling. Tomoyuki is known as a technical genius as his impressive transition game is among the best in the world. Tomoyuki has built his net worth up close to nearly two million dollars, some of his finances have come by way of his grappling and his coaching of seminars. He has secured extra remuneration with his acting career as he spoke about how strange it was to see himself on the big screen, his Jiu Jitsu in the movie “The Fable” is highly enjoyed in Japan. Tomoyuki has also made extra money through his work with BJJ Fanatics as he has filmed an instructional video called “Effective Open Guard Offense” available exclusively through bjjfanatics.com. 

How Tall Is Tomoyuki Hashimoto?

Tomoyuki Hashimoto stands at 5 feet and 7 inches tall which equates to 170 centimetres. 

How Much Does Tomoyuki Hashimoto Weigh?

Tomoyuki Hashimoto is a Rooster weight fighter weighing in at 57 kilograms or (127 lbs) Tomoyuki has also fought at 64 kg and 69 kg divisions.

Tomoyuki Hashimoto's Fight List!

Tomoyuki Hashimoto has been developed as the prodigal son of Yuki Nakai. Tomoyuki's skills on the mats are described as technical wizardry as his super slick moves include berimbolo back takes and other clever transitional movements. Tomoyuki has compiled an extensive list of fights against world class athletes like; Hisashi Ezaki, Makoto Sawada, Hideyuki Yamada, Shimon Kagiyama, Kazuya Kawashima, Yuuto Hirao, Koji Shibamoto, Rodnei Barbosa, Wellington Lima, Lucas Pinheiro, Joao Somalia, Makyo Araujo, Matheus Magalhaes, Gabriel Sousa, Kako Takatori, Hiago George, Jorge Nakamura, Jose Lima, Cleber Sousa, Thalison Soares, Shinji Morito and Masakazu Imanari. 

Tomoyuki Hashimoto's Best Fight Of All Time!

Tomoyuki Hashimoto has showcased his slick grappling skills on the world stage for many years. He has won multiple titles and has defeated some of the world's best fighters. Tomoyuki has won many prestigious events like the Abu Dhabi Tokyo Grand Slam twice, the European Open and many Japanese National and Open tournaments. Tomoyuki had his best event in 2015 when he was a Brown belt at the IBJJF World Championships. Tomoyuki would compete with technical proficiency as he made it through to the final against Eduardo Barboza De Silva. At the start of the fight both men pulled a seated guard and before long the referee stood them up and gave them both penalty points. Eduardo then started attacking with his Open guard as Tomoyuki played a smart combat based passing game. In the midst of a scramble Tomoyuki secured the back take and only moments later finished Eduardo with a bow and arrow choke variation. After the match Tomoyuki was awarded his Black belt by Yuki Nakai.

Who Did Tomoyuki Hashimoto Lose To?

Tomoyuki Hashimoto has lost in some incredibly tight matches over the course of his career. He has lost against grapplers like; Koji Shibamoto, Mikey Musumeci, Hiago George, Bruno Malfacine, Samir Chantre, Rodnei Barbosa, Cleber Sousa, Diego Oliveira and Gabriel Sousa. Tomoyuki has also lost two IBJJF World Championship finals throughout his career. In 2017 Tomoyuki lost by an advantage to Caio Terra and in 2018 he finished the final in a tie with Joao Miyao and unfortunately losing by a referee decision 

Tomoyuki Hashimoto's Record!

Tomoyuki Hashimoto has exploded onto the world scene with his own brand of exciting and frenetic grappling. Tomoyuki has developed an arsenal of technical weapons that he has used in order to help him bring home a huge amount of prestigious tournament Gold. Since becoming a Black belt in 2015, Tomoyuki has compiled a win loss record of 41 and 17. Tomoyuki has only been submitted 4 times since joining the Black belt ranks. Throughout his career Tomoyuki has achieved a list of accolades that include;

IBJJF Pan American Champion (2018) IBJJF European Champion (2020) JBBJF Asian Open Champion (2016) JBJJF Japanese National Champion (2016) All Japan Open Champion (2016, 2018)  UAEJJF Abu Dhabi Tokyo Grand Slam Champion (2015, 2018) IBJJF NoGi World Championship Runner Up (2017, 2018) JBBJF Asian Open Runner Up (2015, 2017) Abu Dhabi Grand Slam Runner Up (2017) IBJJF European Open Runner Up (2019) Quintet Fight Night Team Runner Up (2020) 

As a coloured belt;

IBJJF World champion (Brown belt 2015) DAMAU Challenge Champion (2014) DAMAU Absolute Challenge Runner Up (2014) DAMAU Championship Runner Up (2014)

Tomoyuki Hashimoto's Injuries!

Tomoyuki Hashimoto has had no significant injuries throughout his career. Being a Martial Artist in the Rooster weight division has its positives, when you only weigh 57 kilograms there is sure to be less impact on your body. Tomoyuki being the super fast technician that he is has always spun himself out of danger. Throughout his illustrious career he has proven to be a man of expert conditioning, as he strives towards becoming one of the world's best grapplers.

Is Tomoyuki Hashimoto Retired?

Tomoyuki Hashimoto is still an active grappler on the world circuit of professional Jiu Jitsu. At the age of 28 Tomoyuki is in the prime of his life as he endeavours to make his way to the middle of the podium at the World Championships. Tomoyuki's most recent event was at the IBJJF World Championships in 2021, where he lost the quarter final by an advantage to Jonas Andrade. Tomoyuki is still extremely motivated to win at the highest level in professional grappling.

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