Bernardo Faria - 5 Times BJJ World Champion
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Table of Contents
- 1. Bernardo Faria’s Details
- 2. Bernardo Faria’s Biography
- 2.1. Bernardo Faria’s Early Life
- 2.2. Started Training BJJ
- 2.3. Ricardo Marques - Bernardo Faria’s First Instructor
- 2.4. Bernardo Faria At the World Cup (CBJJO)
- 2.5. Bernardo Faria Came Back Stronger
- 2.6. Suffered From Appendicitis
- 2.7. Bernardo Faria Suffered From a Torn Meniscus
- 3. Bernardo Faria’s Pro BJJ Combats
- 3.1. Received His Blue Belt
- 3.2. Mundial (World Championship)
- 3.3. Promoted to Purple Belt
- 3.4. Brazilian National Cup Champion
- 3.5. A World Champion
- 3.6. Received His Brown Belt
- 3.7. Received His Black Belt
- 3.8. Joined Alliance Jiu-Jitsu
- 3.9. Inducted Into the IBJJF Hall of Fame
- 4. Bernardo Faria’s BJJ Academy
- 5. Bernardo Faria’s Youtube Channel
- 6. Bernardo Faria Co-Founder of BJJ Fanatics
- 7. Bernardo Faria’s Historic Fights
- 7.1. Bernardo Faria Vs. Leandro Lo
- 7.2. Bernardo Faria Vs. Erberth Santos
- 7.3. Bernardo Faria Vs. Leandro Lo
- 7.4. Bernardo Faria Vs. Gabriel Arges
- 7.5. Bernardo Faria Vs. Roberto Abreu
- 7.6. Bernardo Faria Vs. Timothy Spriggs
- 8. Bernardo Faria’s Championships
- 9. Bernardo Faria’s Main Achievements (Gi)
- 10. Bernardo Faria’s Main Achievements (Belts)
- 11. Bernardo Faria’s Professional Record Breakdown
- 12. Bernardo Faria’s Fight History
- 13. Bernardo Faria’s Top Fight Links
1. Bernardo Faria’s Details
|Name||Bernardo Augusto Rocha de Faria|
|Born||Juiz de Fora, Brazil|
|Date of Birth||29 January 1987|
|Last Fight||Mundial IBJJF 2017|
|Last Weigh In||100 Kg/221 lbs|
|Weight Class||Super Heavyweight (100 Kg/221 lbs)|
|Weight||100 Kg/221 lbs|
|Career Disclosed Earning||Approximately $5 Million|
|Fighting out of||Brazil|
|Foundational Style||Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu|
|Favorite Technique||Half Guard, Wheel Sweep, Miragaia Passing|
|Rank||2nd-Degree BJJ Black Belt|
|Awarded by||Ricardo Marques|
|Head Coach||Ricardo Marques|
|Lineage||Carlos Gracie Senior -> Helio Gracie -> Carlson Gracie -> Sergio Souza -> Ricardo Marques -> Bernardo Faria|
|Team Association||Alliance Jiu-Jitsu|
2. Bernardo Faria’s Biography
Bernardo Faria is a 2nd-degree BJJ Black Belt under Ricardo Marques. Ricardo Marques is himself a BJJ Black Belt under Sergio Bolao Souza. Not only under Ricardo Marques, but Bernardo Faria also trained under Fabio Gurgel “The General”. Bernardo Faria is considered one of the most deadly super-heavyweight champions of his age.
2.1. Bernardo Faria’s Early Life
Bernardo Faria was born on 29 January 1987 in Juiz de Fora, Brazil. Juiz de Fora is a town in the State of Minas Gerais.
2.2. Started Training BJJ
Bernardo Faria had a happy childhood. His father was an engineer and one of his brothers was a doctor. His one brother practiced Jiu-Jitsu and had an injury. So it became hard for Bernardo to start BJJ.
He was into different sports during his childhood. He was the goalkeeper in soccer. He was not an athletic child so after some time he was made the bench goalkeeper. Soon Bernardo left the soccer team.
When Bernardo turned 14, he started training in BJJ. Pedro Cid, his best friend, took Bernardo to his BJJ classes. In 2001, he persuaded Bernardo to train BJJ with him.
2.3. Ricardo Marques - Bernardo Faria’s First Instructor
Bernardo’s first BJJ instructor was Ricardo Marques. Bernardo’s friend introduced him to Ricardo Marques. Upon seeing Bernardo, Ricardo asked about his age. As Bernardo was 14 years old and students at Ricardo’s academy were younger than him, Bernardo thought that Ricardo would refuse. But Ricardo, despite his busy coaching schedule, allocated separate teaching hours for Bernardo and his friend. It was because Ricardo Marques instantly recognized what fame Bernardo would bring to Jiu-Jitsu.
Bernardo gave his time and sincere efforts to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu as he instantly liked the sport.
2.4. Bernardo Faria At the World Cup (CBJJO)
Bernardo, after training for 2 years under Ricardo Marques, went to compete. It was his first competition. He competed at the World Cup (CBJJO) as a junior belt. Bernardo thought that he was skilled enough to win but he lost the match. It triggered something in him and then he vowed to become an accomplished grappler no matter what.
2.5. Bernardo Faria Came Back Stronger
After losing a major competition, Bernardo Faria became fully devoted to BJJ. His already arduous training regime became more rigorous. He trained at his full potential and then returned for the World Cup (CBJJO) the next year, in 2004. This time he earned second place and won a Silver medal. He also participated in the open weight division of the same tournament and won a Bronze medal.
This consecutive winning streak gave Bernardo a sense of control and validation. He started believing in himself more as his aim was to become a World Champion.
2.6. Suffered From Appendicitis
In 2007, Bernardo Faria aimed to compete at the Brazilian Nationals but suddenly he suffered from appendicitis. He had to take off the mats for some time and could not compete in the Brazilian Nationals. He had to take complete rest after the surgery.
Being a persistent fighter, Bernardo Faria again competed in the World Championship in 2007. He won 2nd place in the heavyweight division.
2.7. Bernardo Faria Suffered From a Torn Meniscus
In 2008, Bernardo suffered from a torn meniscus injury. He was scheduled to compete in the World Championship 2008 but could not do so because of a knee injury.
3. Bernardo Faria’s Pro BJJ Combats
3.1. Received His Blue Belt
He was promoted to Blue Belt in 2004 after claiming Silver and Bronze medals in the World Cup as a junior.
3.2. Mundial (World Championship)
Bernardo remained a Blue Belt until 2005. The same year he won Silver and Bronze medals at the Mundial.
3.3. Promoted to Purple Belt
In 2006, Bernardo Faria received his Purple Belt.
3.4. Brazilian National Cup Champion
Bernardo Faria became the Brazilian National Cup Champion in 2006 while he was still a Purple Belt.
3.5. A World Champion
Being a Purple Belt, Bernardo became the World Champion in 2006 in the Absolute Weight Division. Bernardo was waiting to win this title his whole life. It was his dream to become a World Champion. After this title, Bernardo Faria did not stop till this day. No challenge can ever stop him from competing and winning.
3.6. Received His Brown Belt
As nothing could stop Bernardo Faria from earning World Titles, he became a Brown Belt in 2007. It was after his Brazilian National Cup and World Championship. He learned a great lesson from his first defeat and then he nullified every possibility of his defeat. His comeback to BJJ in 2004 was one of the most brutal comebacks in the history of BJJ.
3.7. Received His Black Belt
After recovering from his knee injury, Bernardo Faria was promoted to Black Belt by Ricardo Marques in 2008.
Bernardo’s family consisted of doctors and engineers. So he had to prove to them that he could continue BJJ for a living. His father was of the view that Bernardo must join college so that he could become a successful person.
That is when he decided to join Alliance Jiu-Jitsu.
3.8. Joined Alliance Jiu-Jitsu
After becoming a Black Belt, Bernardo Faria wanted to become a more accomplished and experienced fighter. This wish took him to Fabio Gurgel. He wanted to pursue BJJ as a career. He thought he was not as dedicated to BJJ as much as he wanted to be. So with the consent of his instructor, Ricardo Marques, Bernardo Faria moved to São Paulo.
In São Paulo he joined a competitive and professional team under Master Fabio Gurgel. Bernardo then became a part of Alliance Jiu-Jitsu. Bernardo Faria was fascinated by Fabio Gurgel, the General of Sao Paulo Headquarters.
3.9. Inducted Into the IBJJF Hall of Fame
In June 2022, Bernardo Faria became the IBJJF Hall of Famer.
4. Bernardo Faria’s BJJ Academy
In 2018, Bernardo Faria opened his own BJJ school named “Bernardo Faria Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy” in Bedford, Massachusetts.
5. Bernardo Faria’s Youtube Channel
Bernardo Faria made a Youtube channel in 2019. The goal of this channel was to help practitioners improve their BJJ skills and to highlight the best BJJ practitioners. There are many instructional videos on his channel that help practitioners to learn BJ techniques. He often conducts rolling and sparring sessions with famous BJJ fighters such as Lucas Lepri, Marcos Tinoco, Braulio Estima, Bruno Malfacine, John Danaher, and many more.
Some of the techniques by Bernardo Faria are as follows:
6. Bernardo Faria Co-Founder of BJJ Fanatics
Bernardo Faria is the co-founder of BJJ Fanatics. BJJ Fanatics is a website that contains instructional videos to help BJJ practitioners all across the world. In the video, Bernardo Faria talked about his struggle with BJJ and how to get into it. Bernardo Faria was a persistent fighter which is why he stuck with BJJ even after getting disheartened by his first defeat.
Despite being a World Champion, Bernardo Faria is always a calm and respectful fighter. He always behaves in a respectful manner with his peers and even with his opponents. You will never see him abusing anyone rather you will always see him in a calm manner.
7. Bernardo Faria’s Historic Fights
7.1. Bernardo Faria Vs. Leandro Lo
Leandro Lo was a BJJ Black Belt under Cicero Costha. Bernardo is known for his abrupt leg attacks. He lunges at his opponent causing his opponent to lose balance.
Bernardo did the same lunge attack on Leandro but Leandro was well prepared for it. Bernardo took the dominant position but Leandro controlled him by having a great cuff grip.
Bernardo went for the armlock and then submitted Leandro via Armbar in just 6 minutes and 3 seconds.
|2015||IBJJF World Championship||Leandro Lo||Win||Submission By Armbar||Semi Final||Absolute||Long Beach, California|
7.2. Bernardo Faria Vs. Erberth Santos
Erberth Santos is a BJJ Black Belt under Luis Guilherme. Bernardo Faria went for the leg attack but Santos knew how to handle that.
He did not panic and took the dominant position. But Santos could not tackle Bernardo’s submission. Bernardo Faria submitted Santos via Kneebar in only 3 minutes and 31 seconds.
|2015||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Erberth Santos||Win||Submission By Kneebar||Semi Final||100 Kg||North America|
7.3. Bernardo Faria Vs. Leandro Lo
Leandro Lo being a BJJ Black Belt had great grappling skills. This match was the most anticipated one. Leandro was calm during the fight, otherwise, he does not have a calm fighting style.
Bernardo gained 1 advantage point. The fight was a tough one as none of the fighters were scoring points.
At the end of the match, Bernardo Faria submitted Leandro Lo via Arm in Ezekiel Choke.
|2016||IBJJF Pan Championship||Leandro Lo||Win||Submission By Arm in Ezekiel||Final||Absolute||Long Beach, California|
7.4. Bernardo Faria Vs. Gabriel Arges
Gabriel Arges is a BJJ Black Belt under Romulo Barral. Gabriel is a calm fighter. The fight between Bernardo and Gabriel started at a calm pace. Bernardo was a bit aggressive but Gi grips of Gabriel restricted Bernardo from getting a dominant position. Eventually, Bernardo submitted Gabriel via the Dogbar. Dogbar is actually a kneebar in an over-under position.
|2016||IBJJF Pan Championship||Gabriel Arges||Win||Submission By Dogbar||Quarter Final||Absolute||Long Beach, California|
7.5. Bernardo Faria Vs. Roberto Abreu
Roberto Abreu, a fierce fighter, under Francisco Albuquerque. The fight between Roberto Abreu and Bernardo Faria was an intense one as both fighters had aggressive fighting styles.
Roberto tried to apply submission during the fight but Bernardo escaped it. But in the end, Bernardo won the fight by submitting Roberto Abreu via Armbar. The match lasted for only 5 minutes and 48 seconds.
|2012||IBJJF World Championship||Roberto Abreu||Win||Submission By Armbar||Quarter Final||Absolute||Vienna, Australia|
7.6. Bernardo Faria Vs. Timothy Spriggs
Timothy Spriggs, also known as Tim Spriggs, is a BJJ Black Belt under Julius Park. Both Tim and Bernardo gained 2 points at the start of the match. Tim was clearly aware of the fighting style of Bernardo so he was not giving him any chance to gain control.
Bernardo scored 18 points against Tim’s 2 points. It was evident that Bernardo was going to win the match. But Bernardo’s submission confirmed his victory. Bernardo submitted Timothy via Choke from Back.
|2016||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Timothy Spriggs||Win||Submission By Choke from Back||Semi Final||Absolute||California|
8. Bernardo Faria’s Championships
|2010||IBJJF World Championship||Black||1st|
|2013||IBJJF World Championship||Black||1st|
|2015||IBJJF World Championship||Black||1st|
|2010||IBJJF Pan Championship||Black||1st|
|2015||IBJJF Pan Championship||Black||1st|
|2016||IBJJF Pan Championship||Black||1st|
|2010||IBJJF European Open||Black||3rd|
|2011||IBJJF European Open||Black||3rd|
|2010||CBJJ Brazilian Nationals||Black||1st|
8.1. Record and Medals
- 5 Times World Jiu-Jitsu Champion
- 6 Times Pan American Champion
- 2015’s IBJJF’s Best Jiu-Jitsu Martial Artist
- Brazilian National Champion
|2004||World Cup (CBJJO)||Blue||Silver|
|2004||World Cup (CBJJO)||Blue||Bronze|
|2006||IBJJF World Championship||Purple||Gold|
|2010||IBJJF World Championship||Black||Gold|
|2011||IBJJF World Championship||Black||Silver|
|2012||IBJJF World Championship||Black||Bronze|
|2013||IBJJF World Championship||Black||Gold|
|2015||IBJJF World Championship||Black||Gold|
|2017||IBJJF World Championship||Black||Silver|
|2010||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Black||Gold|
|2012||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Black||Gold|
|2015||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Black||Gold|
|2016||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Black||Gold|
|2010||Brazilian National Champion||Black||Gold|
9. Bernardo Faria’s Main Achievements (Gi)
|2010||IBJJF European Open||Absolute||1st|
|2011||IBJJF European Open||Absolute||1st|
|2012||IBJJF European Open||Absolute||1st|
|2014||IBJJF Pro League||Absolute||1st|
|2011||IBJJF World Championship||Absolute||2nd|
|2017||IBJJF World Championship||Absolute||2nd|
|2009||IBJJF World Championship||Absolute||3rd|
10. Bernardo Faria’s Main Achievements (Belts)
|2004||World Cup (CBJJO)||Blue||2nd|
|2007||IBJJF World Championship||Brown||2nd|
|2006||Brazilian National Cup Champion||Purple||1st|
11. Bernardo Faria’s Professional Record Breakdown
|Matches||95 Wins||26 Losses|
11.1. Submission W/L Methods
|Submission Method||49 Wins||10 Losses|
|Choke from Back||4||1|
|Arm in Ezekiel||1||0|
|Rear Naked Choke||1||0|
|Bow and Arrow||1||0|
|Mounted X Choke||1||1|
12. Bernardo Faria’s Fight History
|2017||IBJJF World Championship||Erberth Santos||L||Pts: 9x0||100 Kg||F|
|2017||IBJJF World Championship||Luiz Panza||L||Pts: 4x4, Adv||ABS||4F|
|2017||IBJJF World Championship||Luiz Panza||W||Pts: 6x6, Adv||100 Kg||SF|
|2017||IBJJF World Championship||Valdir Araujo||W||Pts: 16x0||ABS||8F|
|2017||IBJJF World Championship||Vitor Toledo||W||Pts: 5x2||100 Kg||4F|
|2016||IBJJF World Championship||Alexandre Ceconi||W||Dogbar/Kneebar||ABS||8F|
|2016||IBJJF World Championship||Erberth Santos||L||Armbar||ABS||SF|
|2016||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Ezra Lenon||W||Dogbar||ABS||R2|
|2016||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Gabriel Arges||W||Dogbar||ABS||4F|
|2016||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Leandro Lo||W||Arm in Ezekiel||ABS||F|
|2016||IBJJF World Championship||Rodrigo Cavaca||W||Points||ABS||4F|
|2016||IBJJF World Championship||Tex Johnson||W||Triangle Armbar||ABS||R2|
|2016||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Timothy Spriggs||W||Choke from Back||ABS||SF|
|2016||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Victor Silverio||W||Triangle||ABS||8F|
|2015||IBJJF Pan American Championship||AJ Agazarm||W||Points||ABS||R3|
|2015||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Alexander Trans||W||Pts: 2x0||ABS||SF|
|2015||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Daniel Cobb||W||Kneebar||ABS||R2|
|2015||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Eduardo Telles||W||Pts: 8x0||100 Kg||4F|
|2015||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Erberth Santos||W||Kneebar||100 Kg||SF|
|2015||IBJJF World Championship||Erberth Santos||W||Kneebar||ABS||4F|
|2015||IBJJF World Championship||Igor Silva||W||Kneebar||100 Kg||SF|
|2015||IBJJF World Championship||Joao Rocha||W||Pts: 8x2||100 Kg||F|
|2015||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Leandro Lo||W||Lapel Choke||ABS||F|
|2015||IBJJF World Championship||Leandro Lo||W||Armbar||ABS||SF|
|2015||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Luiz Panza||W||Pts: 9x4||ABS||4F|
|2015||IBJJF World Championship||Pedro Moura||W||Armbar||100 Kg||4F|
|2015||IBJJF World Championship||Roberto Alencar||W||Bow and Arrow||ABS||8F|
|2014||IBJJF World Championship||Abraham Marte||W||Armbar||ABS||R3|
|2014||NYC Pro||Abraham Marte||W||Kneebar||Over 100 Kg||F|
|2014||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Andre Campos||W||Submission||100 Kg||SF|
|2014||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Bernardo Siqueira||W||Choke from Back||100 Kg||4F|
|2014||IBJJF World Championship||Braulio Estima||W||Pts: 8x0||ABS||4F|
|2014||IBJJF Pro League||Gustavo Pires||W||Triangle||Over 100 Kg||SF|
|2014||IBJJF World Championship||Gustavo Silva||W||Choke||ABS||R2|
|2014||IBJJF World Championship||Igor Silva||W||Choke from Back||100 Kg||4F|
|2014||NoGi Worlds||Jackson Sousa||W||Pts: 9x2||ABS||RDS|
|2014||NoGi Worlds||Josh Hinger||W||Armbar||ABS||4F|
|2014||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Luiz Panza||L||Armbar||100 Kg||F|
|2014||IBJJF Pro League||Luiz Panza||W||Choke from Back||Over 100 Kg||F|
|2014||IBJJF World Championship||Rodolfo Vieira||L||Wristlock||ABS||SF|
|2014||IBJJF World Championship||Rodolfo Vieira||L||Armbar||100 Kg||F|
|2014||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Roger Ambrosi||W||Submission||100 Kg||R1|
|2014||NYC Pro||Tiago Giussani||W||Kneebar||Over 100Kg||SF|
|2014||IBJJF World Championship||Yuri Simoes||W||Pts: 8x5||100 Kg||SF|
|2014||NoGi Worlds||Yuri Simoes||L||Armbar||ABS||SF|
|2013||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Brent Primus||W||Armbar||ABS||R2|
|2013||European Open||Claudio Calasans||W||Pts: 4x0||ABS||SF|
|2013||IBJJF World Championship||Diogo Almeida||W||N/A||ABS||RDS|
|2013||IBJJF Pan American Championship||DJ Jackson||W||Pts: 12x0||ABS||4F|
|2013||IBJJF World Championship||Israel Reyes||W||N/A||ABS||RDS|
|2013||IBJJF World Championship||Joao Rocha||W||Pts: 6x0||100 Kg||F|
|2013||IBJJF World Championship||Leandro Lo||W||Points||ABS||4F|
|2013||IBJJF World Championship||Lucas Sachs||W||Triangle Armbar||100 Kg||4F|
|2013||European Open||Lucio Rodrigues||W||Pts: 4x0||100 Kg||F|
|2013||IBJJF World Championship||Luiz Panza||W||Triangle||100 Kg||SF|
|2013||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Marcus Almeida||L||Pts: 9x2||ABS||SF|
|2013||IBJJF World Championship||Marcus Almeida||L||Pts: 7x4||ABS||SF|
|2013||European Open||Renato Cardoso||W||Omoplata||ABS||4F|
|2013||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Unknown||W||Submission||ABS||R1|
|2012||World Pro.||Alexandre Ribeiro||L||Pts: 2x0||99 Kg||F|
|2012||NoGi Worlds||Alexandre Ribeiro||L||Pts: 3x0||ABS||SF|
|2012||World Pro.||Alexandre Souza||W||Pts: 2x0||99 Kg||SF|
|2012||IBJJF World Championship||Andre Campos||W||Baseball Choke||100 Kg||SF|
|2012||IBJJF World Championship||Andre Simoes||W||Kata Gatame||100 Kg||4F|
|2012||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Antonio Carlos||L||Pts: 4x2||ABS||SF|
|2012||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Antonio Carlos||W||Pts: 10x5||Over 100 Kg||F|
|2012||World Pro.||Christopher Bowe||W||N/A||99 Kg||4F|
|2012||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Diogo Silva||W||Leglock||ABS||R2|
|2012||IBJJF Pan American Championship||George Murphy||W||Armbar||ABS||R1|
|2012||IBJJF Pan American Championship||James Puopolo||W||Armbar||ABS||4F|
|2012||NoGi Worlds||James Puopolo||W||Points||100 Kg||4F|
|2012||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Joao Assis||W||Pts: 3x2||Over 100 Kg||SF|
|2012||NoGi Worlds||Joao Assis||L||Pts: 3x0||100 Kg||SF|
|2012||European Open||Lucio Lagarto||W||Pts: 4x0||100 Kg||F|
|2012||IBJJF World Championship||Marcos de Souza||W||N/A||ABS||R2|
|2012||IBJJF World Championship||Marcus Almeida||L||Choke from Back||ABS||SF|
|2012||European NoGi||Max Carvalho||W||Points||ABS||SF|
|2012||IBJJF World Championship||Oliver Geddes||W||Points||ABS||R2|
|2012||IBJJF European Open||Rafael Lovato||W||Pts: 4x2||ABS||SF|
|2012||IBJJF World Championship||Roberto Abreu||W||Armbar||ABS||4F|
|2012||IBJJF European Open||Roberto Alencar||W||Omoplata||ABS||4F|
|2012||IBJJF European Open||Rodolfo Vieira||L||Pts: 7x0||ABS||F|
|2012||World Pro.||Rodolfo Vieira||L||Mounted X Choke||ABS||SF|
|2012||IBJJF World Championship||Rodrigo Ranieri||W||Submission||100 Kg||R2|
|2012||NoGi Worlds||Tarcisio Jardim||W||Rear Naked Choke||ABS||4F|
|2012||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Vitor Schlosser||W||Points||100 Kg||4F|
|2011||IBJJF World Championship||Alexandre Ceconi||W||Pts: 4x0||ABS||SF|
|2011||World Pro.||Antonio Carlos||L||Triangle-Armbar||92 Kg||4F|
|2011||IBJJF European Open||Bruno Matias||W||Points||ABS||4F|
|2011||IBJJF European Open||Claudio Calasans||L||Pts: 4x4, Adv||ABS||SF|
|2011||IBJJF European Open||Fabiano Alves||W||Triangle||94 Kg||4F|
|2011||IBJJF European Open||Helvecio Penna||W||N/A||94 Kg||SF|
|2011||World Pro Trials||Igor Silva||W||Pts: 7x2||Over 92 Kg||F|
|2011||IBJJF European Open||Leonardo Davila||W||Armbar||ABS||R1|
|2011||IBJJF World Championship||Luciando Queiroz||W||N/A||94 Kg||RDS|
|2011||IBJJF World Championship||Luke Stewart||W||Triangle||94 Kg||4F|
|2011||IBJJF World Championship||Rafael Lovato||W||Pts: 2x0||ABS||4F|
|2011||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Roberto Alencar||W||Armbar||94 Kg||SF|
|2011||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Rodolfo Vieira||L||Pts: 8x0||94 Kg||F|
|2011||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Rodolfo Vieira||L||Pts: 0x0, Adv||ABS||F|
|2011||IBJJF World Championship||Rodolfo Vieira||L||Pts: 9x0||ABS||F|
|2011||IBJJF World Championship||Rodolfo Vieira||L||Pts: 3x0||94 Kg||F|
|2011||World Pro Trials||Thiago Souza||W||Omoplata||Over 92 Kg||SF|
|2011||IBJJF World Championship||Unknown||W||Omoplata||ABS||R2|
|2011||IBJJF World Championship||Unknown||W||Choke||ABS||R3|
|2010||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Abmar Barbosa||W||Points||ABS||R2|
|2010||IBJJF World Championship||Adriano Maciel||W||Mounted X Choke||94 Kg||R1|
|2010||IBJJF World Championship||Alexandre Ribeiro||W||Pts: 2x0||94 Kg||F|
|2010||IBJJF World Championship||Alexandro Ceconi||W||Points||94 Kg||4F|
|2010||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Braga Neto||W||Pts: 2x0||ABS||F|
|2010||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Felipe Fogolin||W||Armbar||94 Kg||4F|
|2010||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Gabriel Vella||W||Pts: 2x0||ABS||4F|
|2010||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Rafael Lovato||L||Pts: 7x0||94 Kg||F|
|2010||Brasileiro||Rafael Lovato||W||Pts: 3x0||ABS||F|
|2010||IBJJF World Championship||Rafael Lovato||W||Points||94 Kg||SF|
|2010||IBJJF European Open||Rodrigo Cavaca||L||Points||ABS||SF|
|2010||IBJJF Pan American Championship||Rodrigo Cavaca||W||Points||ABS||SF|
|2010||IBJJF World Championship||Romulo Barral||L||Triangle||ABS||4F|
|2009||Brasileiro NoGi||Mauro Celso||W||Pts: 4x0||94 Kg||F|
|2009||IBJJF World Championship||Rodrigo Comprido||W||Pts: 5x2||100 Kg||R1|
|2009||IBJJF World Championship||Roger Gracie||L||Ezekiel||100 Kg||SF|
13. Bernardo Faria’s Top Fight Links
Bernardo Faria vs AJ Agazarm 2015 IBJJF Pan Ams Open Class
Bernardo Faria VS Rafael Lovato Jr / World Championship 2010
Bernardo Faria VS Xande Ribeiro / World Championship 2010
Bernardo Faria VS Antonio Carlos Jr. / Pan Championship 2012