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Lucas Pinheiro - The Top Light Featherweight BJJ Black Belt

Lucas Pinheiro - The Top Light Featherweight BJJ Black Belt

1. Lucas Pinheiro’s Details

Lucas Pinheiro’s Details
Name  Lucas dos Santos Pinheiro
Nickname  Bad Boy
Born  Manaus, State of Amazonas, Brazil
Age  29 Years
Date of Birth  11-02-1994
Weight  64 kg (141 lbs)
Weight Division Peso Pluma (64 kg/141 lbs)
Last Weigh-in 65 kg
Height  5’4’’
Foundational Style  BJJ
Career Disclosed Earnings  N/A
College University  N/A
Rank 2nd Degree Black Belt
Head Coach  Carlos Holanda
Last Fight  2023 Spyder RTBB
Favorite Technique Guard Passing
Lineage  Carlos Gracie > Osvaldo Alves > Faustino Neto > Carlos Holanda > Lucas Pinheiro
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2. Lucas Pinheiro’s Biography

Lucas Pinheiro was born in Amazonas, Brazil on 11 February 1994. He was brought up in a poor family and was introduced to BJJ at the age of 9. Now Lucas Pinheiro is a World Champion. He won various major championships including Pan, American Nationals, CBJJ, and Grand Slam.

2.1. Spent His Childhood in the Streets of Manaus

Lucas Pinheiro belongs to a lower-middle-class family. His parents worked away from home so he used to spend most of his time in the streets of Manaus. Lucas was a fearless and hot-headed child who used to start fights for fun.    

2.2. Introduction to BJJ

At the age of nine, one of his friends introduced him to BJJ. Pinheiro followed his friend to a BJJ class local Academy. Pinheiro’s friend was expecting that Pinheiro would like the environment. Pinheiro met the expectations of his friend. He was in search of this environment. From then, BJJ became his favorite sport.       

2.3. Invited by Cícero Costha Jiu-Jitsu

At Mestre Pina’s Academy, Lucas received BJJ training from White Belt to Purple Belt. Spending his childhood in the streets made Pinheiro very tough and daring. At the age of 17, he received an invitation from Cicero Costha to join Cicero Costha’s affiliate Academy in  Sorocaba.


Cicero Costha Academy provides training and living facilities to the tough competitors who are unable to afford BJJ training and are passionate about it. Pinheiro availed of this opportunity and started training at Cicero Costha Academy. His practice and guidance from the right instructors turned him into a strong and passionate BJJ competitor. He trained in Cicero Costha Jiu-Jitsu until his Brown Belt promotion.       

2.4. Joined Atos

Now Lucas Pinheiro is representing Atos Jiu-Jitsu in the international circuit. He joined Atos after his Black Belt promotion and trained with Andre Galvao. Now Lucas Pinheiro is working as an instructor at the headquarter of Atos Jiu-Jitsu. 

2.5. Nicknamed “Bad Boy”

Lucas was often called “Bad Boy” as this title was with him from his childhood when he used to wander in the streets of Manaus. So he got this name from an early age and retained this name with him even till now.  

2.6. Lucas Pinheiro’s Injuries

During his fighting career, Lucas Pinheiro had a few severe injuries. The most attention-taking injury was a pinched back nerve. The doctor’s advice took him away from the mat and he used to train after taking pills. He has also experienced foot bone displacement and limping due to this injury.   

2.7. Lucas Pinheiro’s Family

Lucas Pinheiro is happily married to Feliz Natal. Both of them married five years ago and now have a daughter named Leticia Galvao Pinheiro.   

2.8. Lucas Pinheiro’s BJJ Pro Combats

Promoted to Purple Belt

Lucas Pinheiro was promoted to Purple Belt at the age of 17 by Faustino Neto, also known as “Mestre Pina”. His academy was one of the best academies in Manaus, Brazil. 

Brown Belt Promotion

After accepting an invitation from Cicero Costha, Lucas Pinheiro left Mestre Pina Academy and joined Cicero Costha Academy. He received his Brown Belt in Cicero Costha. But when he attained an opportunity of coaching in the US, he left Cicero Costha.   

Black Belt Promotion of Lucas Pinheiro

Lucas Pinheiro was promoted to Black Belt by one of his fellows from Manaus, Carlos Holanda after a long journey of 12 years in 2015. He updated his fans with his Black Belt promotion with an Instagram post. 

Pinheiro’s Coaching Career

Now Lucas Pinheiro is working in the Head Quarter of Atos Jiu-Jitsu as an instructor. Along with coaching, he is also an active competitor who represents Atos Jiu-Jitsu.  

Lucas Pinheiro’s Brown Belt Achievements

Lucas Pinheiro is a tough competitor who won various medals in his Brown Belt career. In 2014, he was a Gold medalist in IBJJF Rio International Open and a Silver medalist in IBJJF Florida Open.


In 2015, he was Silver Medalist in IBJJF World Championship, and Gold Medalist in CBJJ Brazilian Nationals and AJP Brazilian National Pro.

Became No-Gi World Champion 2022

Back in 2017, Lucas Pinheiro was a silver medalist in the IBJJF World Championship. In 2022, he reappeared in the No-Gi World Championship. Now in 2022, he became Black Belt No-Gi Light Featherweight Champion. In an interview after winning the championship, Lucas mentioned that this was not an easy journey to become World Champion. He further added,

"I’m very happy to achieve this goal. A lot of things have happened to me since I received my black belt such as being in a serious car accident, changing jobs, moving cities, and having a daughter. So many things happened like in anybody's life, but I’m just happy that I managed to achieve this goal with all the challenges that life brought to me.”

After talking about the challenges he faced in the journey to become a World Champion, Lucas also delivered an important message to his fans and BJJ competitors who are still struggling for the title of Black Belt World Champion. Pinheiro’s words were:

“If I was able to become a Black Belt World Champion, anyone can do it. Stop the excuses, and make it happen. It doesn’t matter where you come from, what age you are, or your financial conditions.”

Pan and American National Champion in both Gi and No-Gi

In 2020, Lucas Pinheiro became IBJJF Pan Black Belt Champion in both Gi and No-Gi Championships in the light featherweight division. He is also honored to win the American Nationals in both Gi and No-Gi Championship in 2018 and No-Gi American National Championship in Gi in 2019.   

Pinheiro’s IBJJF Record    

Lucas Pinheiro is a top-ranked No-Gi Grand Slam competitor and ranked as number 11 in the No-Gi category of IBJJF

3. Lucas Pinheiro’s Historic Fights

3.1. Lucas Pinheiro Vs. Bebeto Oliveira

Lucas Pinheiro representing Atos fought Carlos Bebeto Oliveira from GF team in an eliminator round of the 2020 Pan No-Gi Championship under the light featherweight Black Belt division. Both fighters tried their best and showcased expert grappling skills. Lucas welcomed his opponent with a double leg takedown and earned early 2 points. The fight went for 10 minutes and both tried their level best to score points, pass each other's guards and shoot for the takedowns.

Scorecard showed equal 4 points on both sides but Lucas had one decisive advantage. It was a close and competitive match. At the end, Lucas won the match by 1 advantage point.


Year Event Opponent W/L/D Method Stage Weight Class
2020 Pan No-Gi Championship C. Bebeto Oliveira Win Points Eliminator Black Belt Light Featherweight

3.2. Lucas Pinheiro Vs. Malachi Edmond

The second-degree BJJ Black Belt, Lucas Pinheiro faced Malachi Edmond in the 10 minutes quarterfinal of the 2022 Pan Championship under the Black Belt light featherweight division. Edmond has more reach because of his long limbs. The bout started as both pumped participants gets right into the action. Lucas went for De La Riva guard and clinched the Gi grips of Edmond.


Andre Galvao, the coach of Lucas was there to encourage and guide his prodigy Black Belt. Lucans maintained his grip on the belt of Edmond while ensuring Edmond can't do anything by keeping his hips high and head low.  After 4 minutes both fighters came back on their feet.


Lucas went for a single leg takedown while still clinching on the bottom lapel of Edmond but Edmond defended well and Lucan secured 1 advantage point.


Lucas went again for the single-leg takedown and got 2 points. Minuted after he got 3 points for a magnificent guard pass and strangled him into a side control clinch and then maintained a cross-face. Then Lucas crawled and secured 4 points for the back take and won the match by choke from the back.


Year Event Opponent W/L/D Method Stage Weight Class
2022 Pan Championship Malachi Edmond Win Win by Choke from the Back Quarter Final Black Belt Light Featherweight

3.3. Lucas Pinheiro Vs. Gustavo Carpio

Lucas Pinheiro faced Gustavo Carpio in the final of San Antonio Open 2018. At the beginning of the match, Lucas took down Carpio and scored two points. He tried to overcome Carpio and in his struggle, he took the back of Carpio and grasped his lapels. Carpio tried his best to escape and finally succeeded.


But Lucas did not let him leave the floor and again succeeded to take his back. He grasped his Gi’s lapels again with a stronger grip. This time, Carpio was unable to escape. At the end of the match, Lucas submitted Carpio with a Collar Choke and became San Antonio Open 2018 Champion.


Year Event Opponent W/L/D Method Stage Weight Class
2018 San Antonio Open  Gustavo Carpio Win Submission by Collar Choke Final Light Featherweight

4. Lucas Pinheiro’s Main Achievements

4.1. Pinheiro’s Main Achievements in International Tournaments

Year Event Belt Weight Division
2014 IBJJF Rio International Open Brown Belt Light Featherweight
2015 CBJJ Brazilian Nationals Brown Belt N/A
2015 AJP Brazil National Pro Brown Belt N/A
2018 IBJJF American Nationals Black Belt Light Featherweight
2018 IBJJF American Nationals No-Gi Black Belt Light Featherweight
2019 IBJJF American Nationals No-Gi Black Belt Light Featherweight
2020 IBJJF Pans Championship Black Belt Rooster weight
2020 IBJJF Pans Championship No-Gi Black Belt Light Featherweight
2020 AJP Grand Slam, MIA Black Belt Light Featherweight
2022 IBJJF No-Gi World Championship Black Belt Light Featherweight
2022 European Open NoGi Black Belt Light Featherweight
2022 ADCC Vegas Black Belt Light Featherweight
2022 Brasileiro No-Gi Black Belt Light Featherweight
2022 Los Angeles International Jiu-jitsu Open Black Belt Light Featherweight

4.2. Lucas Pinheiro’s Black Belt Achievements

Year Event Belt Position
2016 IBJJF Pans Championship Black Belt 2nd
2017 IBJJF World Championship No-Gi Black Belt 2nd
2017 IBJJF Pans Championship Black Belt 2nd
2018 IBJJF American Nationals Black Belt 1st
2018 IBJJF American Nationals No-Gi Black Belt 1st
2019 IBJJF American Nationals No-Gi Black Belt 1st
2020 IBJJF Pans Championship Black Belt 1st
2020 IBJJF Pans Championship No-Gi Black Belt 1st
2020 AJP Grand Slam, MIA Black Belt 1st
2022 IBJJF Pans Championship Black Belt 2nd
2022 AJP Grand Slam, ABD Black Belt 2nd
2022 IBJJF No-GiWorld Championship Black Belt 1st
2022 European Open NoGi Black Belt 1st
2022 ADCC Vegas Black Belt 1st
2022 Brasileiro No-Gi Black Belt 1st
2022 Los Angeles International Jiu-jitsu Open Black Belt 1st

4.3. Lucas Pinheiro’s Colored Belt Achievements

Year Event Belt Position
2014 IBJJF Rio International Open Brown Belt 1st
2014 IBJJF Floripa Open Brown Belt 2nd
2015 CBJJ Brazilian Nationals Brown Belt 1st
2015 AJP Brazil National Pro Brown Belt 1st
2015 IBJJF World Championship Brown Belt 2nd

5. Lucas Pinheiro’s Professional Record

5.1. Lucas Pinheiro’s Professional Record Breakdown

159 Matches 115 Wins 44 Losses
By Points  53 19
By Advantages  9 3
By Submission  49 12
By Decision  4 9
By Penalties  0 0
By DQ 0 1

5.2. Submission Method Breakdown

Method 49 Wins 12 Losses
Choke from Back  14 2
Toe Hold  4 2
Triangle  3 0
Brabo Choke  3 0
Triangle Armbar  2 0
Arm in Ezekiel  1 0
Botinha  1 0
Kata Gatame  9 0
Submission  4 1
Choke  3 0
Violin Armbar  2 0
Armbar  2 1
Bow and Arrow  1 0
Inside Heel Hook  0 2
Straight Ankle Lock  0 1
RNC  0 1
Crucifix Choke  0 1
50/50 Armbar  0 1

6. Lucas Pinheiro’s Fight History

Year Competition Opponent W/L Method Weight Stage
2015 Austin Open Washington Lima W Choke 64KG F
2015 Austin Open Unknown W Pts: 32x2 ABS 4F
2015 Austin Open Inacio Neto L Pts: 12x10 ABS SF
2015 Dallas Open Angel Vargas W Pts: 10x8 70KG 8F
2015 Dallas Open Richard slomba W Choke 70KG 4F
2015 Dallas Open Samir Chantre L Pts: 4x3, Adv 70KG SF
2016 Pan American Koji Shibamoto W Pts: 4x4, Adv 57KG SF
2016 Pan American Mikey Musumeci L Pts: 6x3 57KG F
2016 San Antonio Open Darson Hemmings W Pts: 6x4 64KG F
2016 World Champ. T. Yoshioka W Pts: 4x4, Adv 57KG R1
2016 World Champ. Joao Miyao L Pts: 2x2, Adv 57KG 4F
2016 F2W 17 Joao Somalia W Kata Gatame 64KG SPF
2016 San Antonio F. O. Guilherme Montenegro W Brabo choke 64KG F
2017 Pan American Jose Lima W Pts: 4x2 58KG SF
2017 Pan American Bruno Malfacine L Pts: 9x2 58KG F
2017 Atlanta Spring O. Paulo Silva W Toe hold 64KG F
2017 Miami SPO Mario Escurra W Submission 64KG SF
2017 Miami SPO Joao Miyao L Pts: 2x0 64KG F
2017 Miami Spring NGO Mario Escurra W Kata Gatame 55KG F
2017 World Champ. Takahito Yoshioka W Pts: 2x0 58KG 8F
2017 World Champ. Aniel Bonifacio W Choke from back 58KG 4F
2017 World Champ. Caio Terra L Toe Hold 58KG SF
2017 American NG Nats Luis Pinto W Kata Gatame 61KG SF
2017 American NG Nats Chad Lundy W Armbar 61KG F
2017 American Nats Rene Lopez W Pts: 2x2, Adv 64KG SF
2017 American Nats Edmund Li W Armbar 64KG F
2017 FIVE Super League Yago Espindola L Referee Decision 70KG 4F
2017 Austin Open Joao Rocha L Submission ABS SF
2017 No Gi Pan Am. Ronald Stephenson W Kata Gatame 55KG F
2017 NoGi Worlds Mark Ramos W Pts: 15 x 0 61KG 4F
2017 NoGi Worlds Rene Lopez W Pts: 0x0, Adv 61KG SF
2017 NoGi Worlds Joao Miyao L RNC 61KG F
2018 LA Open Chad Lundy W Choke from back 64KG SF
2018 LA Open Joshua Rodriguez W Kata Gatame 64KG F
2018 Houston Open Washington Lima W N/A 64KG F
2018 Pan American Tomoyuki Hashimoto L Pts: 6x0 58KG SF
2018 Denver Open Mayko Araujo W Points 64KG F
2018 Denver Open Marcus Wilson L Points ABS R1
2018 Denver NG Open Alex Huddleston L Points ABS SF
2018 San Diego Open Victor Renteria W Choke from back 64KG F
2018 ACB North America Matheus Magalhaes W Pts: 4x0 60KG F
2018 ACB North America Rafael Vasconcelos L Referee Decision ABS 8F
2018 World Champ. Tomoyuki Hashimoto L Choke from back 57KG 4F
2018 American Nat. NG Joao Somalia W Kata Gatame 61KG F
2018 American Nat. Joao Somalia W Choke 64KG F
2018 ACBJJ World Rafael Marques W Pts: 6x4 60KG 4F
2018 ACBJJ World Bebeto Oliveira W Referee Decision 60KG SF
2018 ACBJJ World Gabriel Sousa L Referee Decision 60KG F
2018 SJJIF Worlds Takahito Yoshioka W Choke from back 64KG SF
2018 SJJIF Worlds Ari Tavira W Arm in Ezekiel 64KG F
2018 SJJIF NG World Timmy Song W Pts: 46x2 61KG SF
2018 SJJIF NG World Takahito Yoshioka W Kata Gatame 61KG F
2018 San Antonio Open Ighor Horta W Violin armlock 64KG SF
2018 San Antonio Open Gustavo Carpio W Choke from back 64KG F
2018 NoGi Worlds Tomoyuki Hashimoto L Referee Decision 61KG 4F
2019 Austin W. Open Josh Murdock W Points 70KG SF
2019 Austin W. Open Brandon Walker W Points 70KG F
2019 Houston Open Matheus Magalhaes W Toe hold 64KG SF
2019 Houston Open Suraj Budhram W Choke from back 64KG F
2019 Pan American Alex Sodre L 50/50 armbar 64KG 8F
2019 American NG Nats Taylor Monroe W Toe hold 61KG SF
2019 American NG Nats Richard Alarcon W Pts: 2x2, Adv 61KG F
2019 American Nats Pedro Dias L Pts: 2x2, Adv 64KG F
2019 Austin SMO Ermilio Lima W Choke from back 64KG F
2019 Austin SMNGO Aaron Morris W Pts: 59x0 67KG SF
2019 Austin SMNGO Jordan Holy W Pts: 4x0 67KG F
2019 Las Vegas Open Ermilio Lima W Submission 64KG 4F
2019 Las Vegas Open Song Keun W Choke from back 64KG SF
2019 No Gi Pan Am. Malachi Edmond W Pts: 2x0 61KG SF
2019 No Gi Pan Am. Suraj Budhram W Triangle armbar 61KG F
2019 F2W 128 Joao Miyao W Referee Decision 65KG SPF
2019 F2W 133 Samir Chantre L Inside heel hook 70KG SPF
2020 Houston WO Pedro Serrano W Pts: 12x4 64KG F
2020 F2W 149 Junny Ocasio L Referee Decision 61KG SPF
2020 F2W 151 Vinny Saenz W Referee Decision 61KG SPF
2020 Grand Slam MIA Connor Welle W Triangle 62KG 4F
2020 Grand Slam MIA Bebeto Oliveira W Pts: 1x0 62KG SF
2020 Grand Slam MIA Suraj Budhram W Pts: 6x0 62KG F
2020 Pan American David Zennario W Toe hold 57KG 4F
2020 Pan American Willis Nunes W Pts: 8x0 57KG SF
2020 Pan American Jonas Andrade W Pts: 0x0, Adv 57KG F
2020 Houston Open Willis Nunes W Points 64KG SF
2020 No Gi Pan Am. Bebeto Oliveira W Pts: 4x4, Adv 62KG 4F
2020 No Gi Pan Am. Hiago Gama W Pts: 6x2 62KG SF
2020 No Gi Pan Am. Matheus Magalhaes W Pts: 7x2 62KG F
2021 Brazil Nat. Pro Cleber Sousa W Pts: 3x1 62KG SF
2021 Brazil Nat. Pro Gabriel Gaudio W Pts: 2x1 62KG F
2021 F2W 166 Josh Cisneros L Referee Decision 65KG SPF
2021 Grand Slam AD Hiago George L Pts: 1x0 62KG SF
2021 Grand Slam AD Leandro Lima W Triangle 62KG RPC
2021 Grand Slam AD Pablo Mantovani W Pts: 4x2 62KG 3RD
2021 WNO 9 Mikey Musumeci L Inside heel hook 61KG SPF
2021 Asia Cont. Pro Fillipe Suppo W Submission 69KG 4F
2021 Asia Cont. Pro Mohamed Hayat W Submission 69KG SF
2021 Asia Cont. Pro Abdel Faori W Pts: 15 x 0 69KG F
2021 AJP RJ Pro Marcos Melo W Bow and arrow 69KG R1
2021 AJP RJ Pro Higor Lima L Choke from back 69KG 4F
2021 Grand Slam MIA Michael Laviola W Choke from back 69KG R1
2021 Grand Slam MIA Felipe Simplicio W Pts: 8x0 69KG 4F
2021 Grand Slam MIA Thiago Macedo L Referee Decision 69KG SF
2021 Grand Slam MIA Israel Sousa L Armbar 69KG RPC
2021 F2W 181 Gabriel Sousa L N/A 65KG SPF
2021 F2W 183 Bebeto Oliveira W Choke from back 65KG SPF
2021 SUBVERSIV 6 Pedro Dias L Referee Decision 65KG SPF
2021 Grand Slam RJ Leonardo Souza W Pts: 7x5 62KG R1
2021 Grand Slam RJ Cleber Sousa W Pts: 6x2 62KG 4F
2021 Grand Slam RJ Diogo Reis L Pts: 8x6 62KG SF
2021 Grand Slam RJ Leandro Lima L Pts: 7x2 62KG RPC
2021 Canada Pro David Mosleh W Pts: 12x0 69KG RR
2021 Canada Pro David Mosleh W Pts: 4x1 69KG F
2021 BRA Qualifiers Meyram Maquine L Referee Decision 62KG RR
2021 BRA Qualifiers Valcemir Junior W Brabo choke 62KG RR
2021 BRA Qualifiers Diogo Reis L Pts: 2x1 62KG RR
2021 BRA Qualifiers Matheus Fonseca W Choke from back 62KG RR
2021 President Cup Diogo Reis L Pts: 2x0 77KG RR
2021 President Cup Pedro Conceicao W Choke from back 77KG RR
2021 Teams Cup Aurelio Samboni W Triangle armbar N/A RR
2021 Teams Cup Jonas Andrade W Pts: 4x1 N/A RR
2021 Teams Cup Khalel Alshehhi W Pts: 1x0 N/A RR
2021 Teams Cup Daniel Santana W Brabo choke N/A RR
2021 Teams Cup Nathannael Fernandes W Pts: 6x2 N/A RR
2022 Oklahoma Open Gabriel Gaudio W Pts: 7x2 70KG SF
2022 Oklahoma Open Yuta Shimada L Crucifix choke 70KG F
2022 Oklahoma Open Jonathan Andrew W Points ABS 4F
2022 Oklahoma Open Angel Cicero W Points ABS SF
2022 Oklahoma Open Davi Cabral L Points ABS F
2022 F2W 195 Estevan Martinez W Referee Decision N/A SPF
2022 Dallas Open Matheus Azancot W Pts: 21x0 64KG 4F
2022 Dallas Open Vinny Saenz W Violin armlock 64KG SF
2022 Dallas Open Keven Carrasco L Pts: 2x0 64KG F
2022 LA Open Joao Figueiredo W Pts: 0x0, Adv 64KG SF
2022 LA Open Roiter Lima W Pts: 4x2 64KG F
2022 Pan American Suraj Budhram W Pts: 6x2 64KG R2
2022 Pan American Malachi Edmond W Choke from back 64KG 4F
2022 Pan American Hiago George W Botinha 64KG SF
2022 Pan American Meyram Maquine L Pts: 7x2 64KG F
2022 King of Mats Omar AlFadhli W Pts: 1x0 69KG RR
2022 King of Mats Isaac Doederlein L Straight ankle lock 69KG RR
2022 King of Mats Meyram Maquine L DQ 69KG SF
2022 King of Mats Alex Sodre L Pts: 2x1 69KG 3RD
2022 Grand Slam AD Yuri Hendrex W Pts: 7x0 62KG 4F
2022 Grand Slam AD Andrew Soares W Pts: 2x0 62KG SF
2022 Grand Slam AD Hiago George L Pts: 5x1 62KG F
2022 World Champ. Roiter Lima W Pts: 8x2 64KG 8F
2022 World Champ. Diogo Reis L Toe hold 64KG 4F
2022 Brasileiro NoGi Jonas Fragoso W Kata Gatame 61KG 4F
2022 Brasileiro NoGi Leonardo Souza W Pts: 13x0 61KG SF
2022 Brasileiro NoGi Felipe Machado W Pts: 4x0 61KG F
2022 ADCC Vegas Gadiel Adorno W Pts: 2x0 65KG R1
2022 ADCC Vegas Abel Ronquillo W Kata Gatame 65KG 4F
2022 ADCC Vegas Isaac Cordova W Pts: 5x0 65KG SF
2022 ADCC Vegas Gustavo Santos W Pts: 2x0 65KG F
2022 Rome Open Changhun Kim W Choke from back 64KG F
2022 European NG Lucas Feitosa W Triangle 61KG SF
2022 European NG Daniel Groot W Pts: 7x0 61KG F
2022 NoGi Worlds Tomoyuki Hashimoto W Pts: 2x0 61KG 4F
2022 NoGi Worlds Junny Ocasio W Pts: 7x0 61KG SF
2022 NoGi Worlds Bebeto Oliveira W Pts: 0x0, Adv 61KG F
2023 Spyder RTBB Fabricio Andrey L Pts: 4x0 65KG 4F

7. Top Fight Links

Lucas Pinheiro v Suraj Budhram / Pan Championship 2022

Lucas Pinheiro vs Brandon Walker / Austin Winter Open 2019

Lucas Pinheiro v Roiter Lima / World Championship 2022

Lucas Pinheiro v Daniël de Groot / European Championship No-Gi 2022


Photo Credit: @lucaspinheirobjj

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