Lucas Lisboa - BJJ Black Belt

Lucas Lisboa - BJJ Black Belt

1. Lucas Lisboa’s Details

Lucas Lisboa’s Details


Lucas Lisboa Alves




Espirito Santo, Brazil

Date of Birth

Augusto 22, 1995

Weight Division

Meio Pesado (88.30 kg / 195.0 lbs)

Last Weight-in




Disclosed Career Earnings



Black Belt

Favorite Position

Open Guard

Head Coach

Cícero Costha,


Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo


Carlos Gracie > Helio Gracie > Rickson Gracie > Marcelo Behring > Waldomiro Perez > Roberto Godoi > Marco Barbosa > Cicero Costha > Lucas Lisboa

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Fight Sports

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2. Lucas Lisboa’s Biography

Lucas Lisboa is a passionate grappler and a jiu-jitsu black belt produced by the Academy of Fight Sports in the sports global circuit. Lisboa was the representative of Team Cícero Costha. While climbing the ranks in sports Lucas Lisboa was promoted to black belt under Cicero Costha. He started training in Jiu-Jitsu after losing his mother and marked his name by securing numerous titles in the IBJJF Dallas Open, IBJJF Atlanta Summer Open, IBJJF New Orleans Summer Open, and BJJF South American Championship.

2.1. Lucas Lisboa’s Childhood

On 22 August 1995, Lucas Lisboa was born in Espirito Santo the state of Brazil. Lisboa was an energetic child, he grew up playing various sports. In his teenage, he was an efficient player of basketball. It was the only sport in which he used to spend time, but he gave up everything after the death of his mother.

Lisboa was not very mature when his mother passed away. The shock of losing a blessing led him into utter grief. The condition of Lisboa became even worse as hopelessness took the shape of depression, which turned into an ailment. His family took him to different psychiatrists and psychologists but this did not help. 

2.2. Lucas Lisboa’s Interest in BJJ

The therapist did not cure the ailment of Lucas Lisboa. One day he was coming back from school and found his way to the nearby training center which was jiu jitsu academy. This BJJ martial art was turned into the remedial treatment that he required. Slowly and gradually a newfound joy was healing the inner anguish and torment. The interest of Lucus Lisboa took the shape of passion with his first coach Isaque Pereira.

2.3. Lucas Lisboa’s Rank Advancement

Lucas was a keen learner in his BJJ journey, he started to compete in the local tournaments and earned victory in bouts. His enormous performances on the mat led him to compete throughout all belts till purple. After that, Lisboa decided to train under the guidance of Cicero Costha who is one of the top instructors in BJJ. So he moved to Sao Paulo, Brazil, and began to represent the squad of the Cicero Costha.

Lucas Lisboa began an expedition of the international championship and competed in the IBJJF global circuit while conquering his brown belt. 

2.4. Lucas Lisboa’s Black Belt Promotion

Lucas Lisboa was among the most commanding and dominating BJJ athletes. On October 9, 2020, he was promoted to the black belt by the renowned instructor Cicero Costha. He became an unbeatable contender and secured 1st rank in several competitions including IBJJF Atlanta Fall Open, IBJJF Dallas Open, and IBJJF Atlanta Summer Open.

2.5. Lucas Lisboa’s Acedamic Career

As Lucas Lisboa earned his purple belt he was doing a degree in Political Science from the Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo. His mere focus was diverting to jiu-jitsu and decided to put his academic life behind him and move to São Paulo, Brazil to thrive in his BJJ career.

2.6. Lucas Lisboa’s Jiu-Jitsu Achievement

Lucas Lisboa started his career and secured multiple gold medals. Some of his achievements are described; he took first place in the IBJJF South American Championship in 2019, 2nd Place IBJJF South American Championship (2018), 3rd Place IBJJF South American Championship (2019), 2nd Place in AJP Grand Slam, LA (2019), 1 st place in IBJJF Chicago Summer Open (2022), 1st Place IBJJF New Orleans Summer Open (2022) and 1st Place IBJJF Dallas Open (2022).

2.7. Lucas Lisboa’s Professional Record

Lucas Lisboa is a famous BJJ black belt, he has an extraordinary skill set that he shows on the mats. Lucas has a professional record of 23 wins and 24 losses. Most of his wins are with the use of the armbar technique. To avail better opportunities he switched his academy to Fight Sports and went to Florida USA in the year 2021. 

3. Lucas Lisboa’s Historic Fights

3.1. Lucas Lisboa vs Angelo Claiborne

In the event of Atlanta Fall Open 2022, two dominant competitors Lucas Lisboa and Angelo Claiborne were facing each other on the mat. The match started with the rapid push and pull and Lucas was on the floor Both fighters tried to score points and get submission but didn’t get it. The match went to the duration of ten minutes and Lucas Lisboa won by decision. 

Year Event Opponent W/L/D Method Stage Weight Class
2022 Atlanta Fall Open 2022  Angelo Claiborne Win Decision Final Medium-heavy

3.2. Lucas Lisboa vs Jeferson Guaresi

In 2021 the event of Pan Championship was held between two eminent grapplers Lucas Lisboa and Jeferson Guaresi. Both of the competitors were passionate about winning the grapple. Jeferson Guaresi was changing his moves rapidly and got a Tapout of Lisboa with an Armbar. 

Year Event Opponent W/L/D Method Stage Weight Class
2021 Pan Championship  Jeferson Guaresi Loss Armbar Semi-Final Medium-heavy

3.3. Lucas Lisboa vs Felix Kull

An intense match was organized between Lucas Lisboa and Felix Kull in the European Championship 2020. The grapple was full of twists and turns as Felix Kull managed to use the technique of RNC and won the competition. 

Year Event Opponent W/L/D Method Stage Weight Class
2020 European Championship Felix Kull Loss RNC Semi-Final Medium-heavy

4. Lucas Lisboa’s National and International Achievements

4.1. Lucas Lisboa’s Main Achievements (Black Belt)

Year Event Belt Position
2022  IBJJF Dallas Open Black 1st Place
2022  IBJJF Atlanta Fall Open Black 1st Place
2022  IBJJF Chicago Summer Open Black 1st Place
2022  IBJJF New Orleans Summer Open Black 1st Place
2021  IBJJF Atlanta Summer Open Black 1st Place

4.2. Lucas Lisboa’s Main Achievements (Colored Belt)

Year Event Belt Position
2019  IBJJF South American Championship Brown 1st Place
2018  IBJJF South American Championship Brown 2nd Place
2019  Place AJP Grand Slam, LA Brown 2nd Place
2019  IBJJF South American Championship Brown 3rd Place

5. Lucas Lisboa’s BJJ Professional Breakdown

47 matches 23 wins 24 losses
By points  10 5
By advantages  1 5
By submission  9 12
By decision  2 2
By penalties  1 0
By EBI/0T  0 0
Draws  0

5.1. Methods of Submission

Methods 9 Wins 12 Loss
Armbar  5 2
Choke from the Back  1 4
RNC  2 1
Toe Hold  1 1
Ezekiel  0 1
Triangle  0 1
Triangle Armbar  0 1
Kneebar  0 1

6. Lucas Lisboa’s BJJ Fight History

Opponent W/L Method Competition Weight Stage Year
Jaime Canuto L Armbar South American 88KG 4F 2020
Matheus Galacio W RNC Guarapari Pro 85KG R1 2021
Bruno Tosto W Pts: 1x0 Guarapari Pro 85KG 4F 2021
Pedro Pimenta W Pts: 4x1 Guarapari Pro 85KG SF 2021
Gustavo Borges W Pts: 2x1 Guarapari Pro 85KG F 2021
Vítor Cheloni W Points Rio Winter Open ABS 4F 2021
Pedro Alex L Ezekiel Rio Winter Open ABS SF 2021
Jefferson Guaresi L Triangle Armbar Pan American 88KG 8F 2021
Marlon Tanaka W Armbar Atlanta SMOP 94KG F 2021
Diego Ramalho L Pts: 4x4, Adv Charlotte Open 94KG 4F 2021
Joao Braz W Armbar Nashville Open 88KG SF 2021
Lucas Laet L Choke from back Nashville Open 88KG F 2021
Lucas Barbosa L Referee Decision World Champ. 88KG 8F 2021
Horlando Monteiro L Pts: 6x2 Austin WO 94KG SF 2022
Orlando Baccino W Choke from back Atlanta WO ABS 4F 2022
Jonnatas Gracie L Pts: 2x2, Adv Atlanta WO ABS SF 2022
Jansen Gomes L Referee Decision N. Orleans Open 94KG SF 2022
Kennedy Maciel L Pts: 0x0, Adv Miami WO ABS 4F 2022
Mo Asbahi W Armbar Dallas Open 94KG 4F 2022
Austin Oranday L Points Dallas Open ABS R1 2022
Juan Romero W Pts: 4x2 Charleston Open 94KG SF 2022
Matheus Diniz L Pts: 0x0, Adv Charleston Open 94KG F 2022
Wildemar Matheus W Referee Decision Pan American ABS R1 2022
Fellipe Trovo L RNC Pan American ABS R2 2022
Matheus Diniz L Choke from back Pan American 94KG R1 2022
Marlon Ferreira L Pts: 6x4 Atlanta SPO 88KG 4F 2022
Jae McIntosh W Pts: 11x2 Atlanta SPO ABS R1 2022
Sebastian Rodriguez L Armbar Atlanta SPO ABS 4F 2022
Lucas Norat L Choke from back World Champ. 94KG R1 2022
Marlon Tanaka W RNC N. Orleans SMO 94KG F 2022
Theodore Sanders W Armbar Chicago SMO 94KG F 2022
Italo Lima W Pts: 6x3 Grand Slam MIA 94KG 4F 2022
Davi Cabral L Kneebar Grand Slam MIA 94KG SF 2022
Andre Porfirio L Pts: 8x7 Grand Slam MIA 94KG RPC 2022
Alec Baulding W Toe hold Atlanta FO 88KG SF 2022
Angelo Claiborne  W Referee Decision Atlanta FO 88KG F 2022
Matheus Godoy W Armbar Miami FO 94KG F 2022
Bruno Matias L N/A Houston FO 88KG SF 2022
Clay Mayfield W Pts: 18x0 Atlanta WO 88KG SF 2023
Ronaldo Junior L Triangle Atlanta WO 88KG F 2023
Gustavo Estebam W Pts: 8x0 Atlanta WO ABS R1 2023
Clay Mayfield W Pts: 0x0, Adv Atlanta WO ABS 4F 2023
Javier Barter L Toe hold Atlanta WO ABS F 2023
Sebastian Rodriguez W Pts: x6 Tampa Open 88KG F 2023
Andre Goes W Pts: 0x0, Pen Pan American 88KG R1 2023
Sebastian Rodriguez L Choke from back Pan American 88KG R1 2023
Enderson Dias L Pts: 0x0, Adv World Champ. 88KG R1 2023

7. Lucas Lisboa’s BJJ Top Fights

Lucas "Lisboa" Alves v Angelo Claiborne / Atlanta Fall Open 2022

Jeferson Guaresi v Lucas Lisboa / Pan Championship 2021

2024 IBJJF Euros Black Belt Finals | Live Preview

Kennedy Maciel v Lucas Lisboa / Miami Winter Open 2022

Jansen Gomes v Lucas Lisboa / New Orleans Open 2022

Photo Credit: @lisboabjj

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