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Mayssa Bastos - The Youngest BJJ Elite!

Mayssa Bastos - The Youngest BJJ Elite!

1. Mayssa Bastos’s Details

 Mayssa Bastos’s Details
Name Mayssa Caldas Pereira Bastos
Nickname Pequena Notavel (Remarkable Little One)
Born Niteroi, Brazil
Date of Birth October 23, 1997.
Nationality Brazilian
Last Fight 2022, European Open, Finals
Last Weigh In 53 kg
Weight Class Strawweight/ Peso Galo (107.0 lbs.) Peso Pluma (118.0 lbs.)
Weight 115 lbs
Height 5 ft 0 in.
Career Disclosed Earnings $ 0
Fought out of New York, USA
Foundation Style Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Favorite Technique Berimbolo
Rank Black Belt
Awarded By Julio Cesar Pereira
Lineage Luis Franca - Oswaldo Fadda - Monir Salomão - Julio Cesar Pereira - Mayssa Bastos
Team/Association Grappling Fight Team
Official Instagram Account Official Facebook Account

2. Mayssa Bastos’s Biography

“I’ve never doubted myself. I know that it can be hard, but if I do the right work, the results will come.”
(Mayssa Bastos)

Young BJJ prodigy, Mayssa Bastos has proved that success is always found on the other side of doubt. She is a sheer BJJ talent who had the guts to find her glory and go after it. With hard work and resolute faith, the sky is the limit for her jiu-jitsu career. Inspiration for the young and old, Bastos has redefined success and courage for the world to follow.

2.1. Mayssa Bastos’s Early Life & Amateur Fighting

Brazil has outdone itself in producing a number of jiu-jitsu stars. Each BJJ star exudes its own shine and glory. On October 23, 1997, the already star-studded Brazil welcomed Mayssa Bastos. Bastos was born in Niteroi, a renowned city in Southeast Brazil that is connected to Rio de Janeiro via a bridge across Guanabara Bay. Her childhood was spent in Marica, another state of Rio de Janeiro.

Journey from Judo to Jiu-Jitsu

Many jiu-jitsu fighters started their combat training with judo and Bastos was no different. In 2009, at the tender age of 12, she began to share her older brother’s passion for judo and started training. Her love for judo was short-lived as she developed an instant and long-lasting preference for grappling(jiu-jitsu). Under Coach Jair Court of the GFTeam School in Marica, Bastos began to spend most of her time on the mats. Obsessed with the art, she channeled all of her energies and resources into a successful jiu-jitsu career.

Relentless Training

The secret to Bastos’s amazing success lies in her relentless training schedule. Wanting to perfect her skills and increase her BJJ exposure, she trained in various academies. Soon she became a regular student at the Meyer headquarters of the GF Team and began training under Master Julio Cesar Periera. To better prepare herself for the top-tier tournaments, she joined a gym named Unity JJ in New York City. Later, she added GF Orange County to her list of training associations.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Prodigy

Bastos’s dedication to perfecting her skills and fearlessness towards competitions made her the most difficult combatant to compete within the juvenile circuit.

With every passing year, Bastos’s belt levels continued to change, but she managed to retain the title of an unparalleled grappler.

International Fame as a Blue Belt

Bastos achieved the heights of success at the amateur BJJ level. In 2014, she participated in the juvenile category of the IBJJF World Championship, IBJJF European Open Championship, and IBJJF Pan Championship. She secured the highest place at the podium in each tournament. With these achievements under her blue belt, she enjoyed much praise and attention from the mainstream sports media, commentators, experienced grapplers, and BJJ enthusiasts.

The Perfect Nickname

Aware of Bastos’s excellence, the Brazilian media began to call her the “Pequena Notavel.” The nickname translates to the “Remarkable Little One.” Marcos Furtado, a photographer of Flash sport, coined this nickname for Bastos. He used to cover her endeavors and eventually assigned this name to her in one of his writings.

Maintaining Fame

After winning the aforementioned championships, nothing could stop Bastos from attaining the purple belt level which she received in 2015. At this stage, she cemented her name for winning stunning victories on the prestigious international BJJ platforms.

2.2. Mayssa Bastos’s Pro BJJ Combat

The Brown Belt Takes the World

The Brown Belt Takes the World

In 2017, Bastos received the brown belt and she competed at this level for one and a half years. As a brown belt, Mayssa Bastos took the world by storm. She dominated every competition out there. A force to reckon with, none could stand against her for long. She competed to win and bring home medals. The world has seen her get overwhelmed by her success but she never wavered against an opponent. Bastos won medals in the IBJJF World, IBJJF European Open, and UAEJJF Grand Slam Championships.

Living the Black Belt Moment

Mayssa Bastos earned much success at the brown belt level. She won anything and everything she put her mind to. Her remarkable achievements at the IBJJF European Open, Pan American Championship, and UAEJJF Abu Dhabi Pro inspired confidence in Coach Julio Cesar, who promoted Bastos to black belt level sans delay.

On June 4, 2018, Bastos received the black belt while standing at the podium of the World Championship. For a 21-year-old, this moment was one she had worked up to for a long time.

The EBI-18 Tournament

In 2018, 16 strawweight women competed for the EBI-18 (no-gi) title held in Texas. Bastos was one of the strawweight competitors. She subdued four grapplers in action-packed duels to win the shiny EBI belt.

She outplayed Fabiana Jorge and submitted her with a rear-naked choke.

The win earned Bastos a place in the semifinals where she had to face the four-time IBJJF Rooster Weight World Champion - Rikako Yuasa. Yuasa was a favorite, but this didn’t intimidate Bastos at all. As expected, she raised many eyebrows with her stunning win against Yuasa via rear-naked choke.

In EBI-18, defeating the four-time IBJJF world champion was the main challenge for Bastos. The win in itself was a massive victory. Fueled by it, Bastos confronted Patricia Fontes in the final round and beat her with a flawless rear-naked choke. She received the belt and earned a reward of 10,000 dollars after the match.

The WNO 5 Superfight

Bastos and Gundrum faced each other in a highly-anticipated WNO final. This was a rematch for the duo. The previous year, Gundrum tasted defeat at the hands of Bastos and planned to return the favor.

In the beginning, Bastos pulled guard and then tried to pin Gundrum from the back. On the other hand, Gundrum attempted an escape and almost succeeded if it weren’t for Bastos’s quick reflexes. She attempted a hook which Gundrum successfully defended.

Gundrum’s defense strategy created a much-needed opportunity to escape. She attacked from the top and Bastos put her guard up and attempted a leg lock. Both athletes tried to trap each other in a leg lock but failed.

They were losing time quickly. At the 18 -minute mark, Bastos tried to get on top but was stopped by the referee. She then attempted a defense technique at the 11-minute mark. The referee warned her a second time for playing defense. Paying heed to the warning, she quickly but unsuccessfully attacked Gundrum’s leg who managed to escape. At the 10-second mark, it was announced that the judges favored Gundrum’s move.

Bastos then attempted a sweep and Gundrum pulled her back down with a single-leg technique. The match continued this way for some time and Bastos received the first penalty of the match for the lack of attacks.

She transitioned to a dynamic guard and tried to get on Gundrum’s back to no avail. In the last four minutes, Bastos tried for a leg lock and Gundrum used a quarter guard. With only two and a half minutes left, Basto slipped past to get a mount and looked for a head-arm choke. Unfortunately, time ran out before she could complete the submission. However, the judges were impressed that she tried a submission technique and ruled in her favor. Consequently, Mayssa won the match via unanimous decision.

The ADCC Trials 2022

The second ADCC trial was held in Sao Paulo, 2022. A screening trial, this important tournament invited the top-tier grapplers to the ADCC World Championship.

Mayssa Bastos, a rooster weight at the time, decided to increase the challenge by fighting in the 60 kg division. In the first round, she quickly submitted Jaine Fraguso via triangle armbar. In the next round, she attacked Isabel Seki’s back continuously and secured an aggressive win with enough points (3-0).

In the semifinals of the ADCC trials, Bastos faced Jasmine Rocha, an elite fighter from Fight Sports. Bastos adopted the same offensive techniques she used in the previous match and attacked Rocha’s back repeatedly. Unlike Seki, Bastos’s last opponent, Rocha defended against her attacks well. Determined to win, Bastos attempted a reversal from the reverse de la riva (reverse guard) position. She then transitioned to the k-guard, attacked Rocha’s back, and concluded the fight with a powerful rear-naked choke.

In the final, Mayssa Bastos found herself against Julia Alves, a prominent brown belt from the GF Team. Unlike the previous matches, Bastos’s guard and back attacks didn’t come in handy. In response, she changed her fighting style and utilized a guard pass to her advantage. She recovered from a double-seated position and got into a deep knee cut. She defeated Alves with a violin armbar (a straight armlock variation) and claimed the final win.

The ADCC Debut

After dominating the ADCC Trials, Bastos punched her ticket to the upcoming ADCC World Championship that is scheduled in September 2022 at Thomas and Mack in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. Mayssa Bastos is invited to fight her ADCC Debut in the 60 kg division. In the trials, she secured a massive victory by defeating three out of the four opponents and is now ready to display her exceptional grappling skills at the main event to win the only unclaimed title - the ADCC World Champion.

2.3. Mayssa Bastos’s Historic Fights

Mayssa Bastos vs Jessa Khan - EUG 1


In 2021, Bastos put on a great show of her striking power at the Evolve Ur Game 1 (EUG) promotion against Jessa Khan. Though an aggressive grappler, Khan could not handle her razor-sharp skills and lost. In the beginning, the two grapplers fought each other with equal prowess. However, Bastos quickly dominated and led the fight with a (12-2) score.

Eventually, Bastos resisted Khan’s efforts to recover, gained the advantage, and won the super fight by (21-2) points.

Year Event Opponent W/L/D Method Stage Weight Class Location
2021 EUG 1 Jessa Khan W Points 21x2 SPF 49 kg Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Mayssa Bastos vs Jessica Caroline Dantas


In the final round of the 2021 World Championship, Mayssa Bastos competed for the title in the 49 kg bracket against Jessica Dantas. From the beginning, Bastos adopted an offensive strategy. After a series of unsuccessful double guard pulls, Bastos took advantage of her top position, inverted into a crab ride, and attacked her opponent's back.

She soon found the perfect angle to attempt a twister hook and secured back control. This move earned her much-needed points against Dantas. But the match didn’t end here. Bastos had to attack relentlessly and attempt a brutal choke from the back to secure the win.

Year Event Opponent W/L/D Method Stage Weight Class Location
2021 World Championship Jessica Dantas W Choke from back F 49 kg Anaheim, California

Mayssa Bastos vs Rikako Yuasa


In 2019, Mayssa Bastos was aiming to win her first IBJJF World Title as a black belt. She faced four-time world champion, Rikako Yuasa in the finals. With relentless training and calculated use of her sharp grappling skills, Bastos defeated Yuasa - an intimidating rival - by using her advantages.

Year Event Opponent W/L/D Method Stage Weight Class Location
2019 IBJJF World Championship Rikako Yuasa W Points 6x6, Advantage F 48 kg California

2.4. Mayssa Bastos’s Championships and Accomplishments

Mayssa Bastos’s Championships and Accomplishments

National

  • CBJJ Brazilian Nationals
  • IBJJF American Nationals

International

  • IBJJF World Championship
  • IBJJF World No- Gi
  • IBJJF Pans Championship
  • IBJJF Pans No-Gi
  • IBJJF European Open
  • IBJJF Asian Open
  • AJP Abu Dhabi World Pro
  • AJP Grand Slam
  • WNO Championship
  • EBI 18

Records/Medals

  • WNO Championship
  • IBJJF World
  • IBJJF Pan Championship
  • IBJJF European Open Championship
  • IBJJF Asian Open Championship
  • CBJJ Brazilian Nationals
  • IBJJF American Nationals
  • AJP Grand Slam
  • EBI-18
  • IBJJF World No-Gi
  • IBJJF Pans No-Gi
  • Abu Dhabi World Pro
Event Year Medal
WNO Championship 2021 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal
IBJJF World Championship 2021 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal
IBJJF World Championship 2019 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal
IBJJF World No-Gi 2021 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal
IBJJF World No-Gi 2018 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal
IBJJF Pans Championship 2021 1 Silver MedalSilver Medal
IBJJF Pans Championship 2019 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal
IBJJF Pans No-Gi 2021 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal
IBJJF Pans No-Gi 2018 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal
IBJJF European Open 2022 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal
IBJJF European Open 2020 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal
IBJJF European Open 2019 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal
IBJJF Asian Open 2018 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal
IBJJF American Nationals 2018 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal
CBJJ Brazilian Nationals 2018 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal
AJP Abu Dhabi World Pro 2019 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal
AJP Grand Slam, MIA 2021 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal
AJP Grand Slam, MIA 2020 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal
AJP Grand Slam, MSK 2019 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal
AJP Grand Slam, TYO 2018 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal
AJP Grand Slam, RJ 2018 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal
WNO Championship 2021 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal
EBI-18 2018 1 Gold MedalGolden Medal

3. Main Achievements

Two-time IBJJF World Champion
Year Division
2019 48 kg
2021 49 kg
Two-time IBJJF Pans Champion
Year Division
2019 48 kg
2020 52 kg
Three-time IBJJF European Open Champion
Year Division
2022 53 kg
2020 48 kg
2019 48 kg
One-time Asian Open Champion
Year Division
2018 48 kg
One-time American Nationals Champion
Year Division
2018 48 kg
One-time AJP Abu-Dhabi Pro Champion
Year Division
2019 49 kg
Five-time AJP Grand Slam Champion
Year Division
2018 (Grand Slam TYO, Grand Slam RJ) 49 kg
2019 49 kg
2020 49 kg
2021 49 kg
One-time CBJJ Brazilian Nationals Champion
Year Division
2018 49 kg

No-Gi Tournaments

One-time EBI-18 Champion
Year Division
2018 52 kg
Two-time IBJJF Pans No-Gi Champion
Year Division
2018 50 kg
2021 51 kg
Two-time IBJJF World No-Gi Champion
Year Division
2018 50 kg
2021 51 kg
One-time WNO Champion
Year Division
2021 52 kg

4. Main Achievements (Belts)

Black Blets
Position Belt Events Years
1st Black IBJJF World Championship 2019, 2021
1st Black IBJJF World No-Gi Championship 2018, 2021
1st Black IBJJF Pans Championship 2019, 2020
2nd Black IBJJF Pan Championship 2021
1st Black IBJJF Pans No-Gi 2018, 2021
1st Black IBJJF European Open 2022, 2020, 2019
1st Black IBJJF Asian Open 2018
1st Black IBJJF American Nationals 2018
1st Black AJP Abu Dhabi World Pro 2019
1st Black AJP Grand Slam, MIA 2020, 2021
1st Black AJP Grand Slam, TYO 2018
1st Black AJP Grand Slam, MSK 2019
1st Black AJP Grand Slam, RJ 2018
1st Black WNO Championship 2021
1st Black EBI -18 (The Strawweights) 2018
1st Black CBJJ Brazilian Nationals 2018
Colored Belt
Position Belt Event Year
2nd Brown UAEJJF (Overall Female Athlete of the Year) 2018
1st Brown/Black UAEJJF Abu Dhabi World Pro 2018
1st Brown UAEJJF Grand Slam Abu Dhabi 2018
1st Brown UAEJJF South America Continental Pro 2018
1st Brown UAEJJF Grand Slam, Los Angeles 2017
1st Brown IBJJF European Open 2018
1st Brown IBJJF European Open 2017
1st Purple IBJJF European Open 2016
3rd Brown IBJJF European Open 2017
3rd Purple IBJJF European Open 2016
1st Purple IBJJF European Open 2015
2nd Purple IBJJF European Open 2015
1st Blue IBJJF European Open Juvenile 2014
2nd Brown IBJJF World Championship 2018
3rd Brown IBJJF World Championship 2017, 2018
1st Purple IBJJF World Championship 2016
1st Purple IBJJF World Championship 2015
1st Blue IBJJF World Championship Juvenile 2014
2nd Blue IBJJF World Championship Juvenile 2014
1st Brown IBJJF Pans Championship 2018
1st Purple IBJJF Pans Championship 2016
3rd Purple IBJJF PAns Championship 2016
1st Purple IBJJF Pans Championship 2015
1st Blue IBJJF Pans Championship Juvenile 2014

5. Mayssa Bastos’s BJJ Professional Record Breakdown

 Professional Jiu-Jitsu Record Breakdown
82 Matches 75 Wins 7 Losses
By Submission 40 0
By Points 21 3
By Decision 6 0
By EBI/OT 3 0
By Advantage 5 4

5.1. Submission Methods W/L

Submission Method 40 Wins 0 Loss
Rear Naked Choke (RNC) 5 0
Armbar 3 0
50/50 Armbar 1 0
Submission 5 0
Triangle Armbar 1 0
Violin Armlock 1 0
Katagatame 1 0
Choke from Back 22 0
Short Choke 1 0

6. Mayssa Bastos’s BJJ Fight History

Year Event Opponent W/L/D Method Stage Weight Class
2022 European Open Rose Sharouni W Armbar F 53 kg
2022 European Open Duda Tozoni W Choke from back SF 53 kg
2022 ADCC BR2 Trials Julia Alves W Violin Armbar F 60 kg
2022 ADCC BR2 Trials Jasmine Rocha W RNC SF 60 kg
2022 ADCC BR2 Trials Isabel Seki W Points 3x0 4F 60 kg
2022 ADCC BR2 Trials Jaine Fragoso W Triangle armbar 8F 60 kg
2021 World Championship Jessica Caroline W Choke from back F 49 kg
2021 World Championship Brenda Lerissa W Choke from back SF 49 kg
2021 World Championship Nini Hoang W Choke from back 4F 49 kg
2021 No-Gi World Championship Sofia Amarante W Points 9x0 F 51 kg
2021 No-Gi World Championship Lavinia Barbosa W RNC SF 51 kg
2021 WNO Championship Grace Gundrum W Referee Decision F 52 kg
2021 WNO Championship Tammi Musumeci W Referee Decision SF 52 kg
2021 WNO Championship Alex Nguyen W Referee Decision 4F 52 kg
2021 Pan American Championship Anna Rodrigues L Points 6x6, Advantage F 53 kg
2021 Pan American Championship Naiomi Matthews W Points 10x2 SF 53 kg
2021 Grand Slam MIA Abbygaile Pontes W Choke from back F 49 kg
2021 Grand Slam MIA Jessa Khan W Choke from back SF 49 kg
2021 No-Gi Pan American Championship Sofia Amarante W Points 13x6 F 51 kg
2021 No-Gi Pan American Championship Jessa Khan W Armbar SF 51 kg
2021 World Pro Championship Brenda Larissa L Points 3x2 RR 49 kg
2021 World Pro Championship Eliana Carauni W Points 18x1 RR 49 kg
2021 EUG 1 Jessa Khan W Points 21x2 SPF 49 kg
2020 WNO 5 Grace Gundrum W Referee Decision SPF 52 kg
2020 Pan American Championship Patricia Fontes W Katagatame F 52 kg
2020 Pan American Championship Ann Kneib W Points 9x0 SF 52 kg
2020 European Open Serena Gabrieli W Points 2x0 F 48 kg
2020 Grand Slam AD Brenda Larissa W Points 10x8 F 49 kg
2020 Grand Slam AD Clarissa Lacerda W Points 12x1 SF 49 kg
2019 Grand Slam RJ Brenda Larissa W Point 4x4, Advantage F 49 kg
2019 Grand Slam RJ Eliana Carauni W Points 14x0 SF 49 kg
2019 Queen of Mats Anna Rodruigues L Points 2x2, Advantage RR 62 kg
2019 Queen of Mats Bianca Basilio L Points 2x0 RR 62 kg
2019 Grand Slam LA Brenda Larissa L Points 0x0, Advantage F 49 kg
2019 Grand Slam LA Kimberly Anderson W Submission SF 49 kg
2019 Grand Slam TYO Rikako Yuasa W Points 4x2 F 49 kg
2019 Grand Slam TYO Dorothy Dao W Choke from back SF 49 kg
2019 Grand Slam MSK Tatiane Nunes W Choke from back F 49 kg
2019 Grand Slam MSK Helen Faria W Choke from back SF 49 kg
2019 World Championship Rikako Yuasa W Points 6x6, Advantage F 48 kg
2019 World Championship Serena Gabrielli W 50/50 armbar SF 48 kg
2019 World Championship Arantzazu Perez W Choke from back 4F 48 kg
2019 World Pro Championship Thamires Aquino W Points 0x0, Advantage F 49 kg
2019 World Pro Championship Serena Gabrielli W Choke from back RR 49 kg
2019 World Pro Championship Elina Moestam W Points 4x2 RR 49 kg
2019 World Pro Championship Thamires Aquino W Choke from back RR 49 kg
2019 Kasai 5 Fiona Watson W RNC SPF ABS
2019 F2W 108 Patricia Fontes W Referee Decision SPF ABS
2019 Pan American Championship Serena Gabrielli W Choke from back F 48 kg
2019 Grand Slam LDN Serena Gabrielli W Choke from back F 49 kg
2019 Grand Slam LDN Julia Pareja W Choke from back SF 49 kg
2019 EU Continental Rose Sharouni W Submission F 55 kg
2019 EU Continental Dimitra Mindrinou W Choke from back SF 55 kg
2019 NA Continental Faye Farrales W Points 9x0 F 55 kg
2019 Netherlands Pro Sayuri Toledo W Points 6x4 F 55 kg
2019 Netherlands Pro Rose Sharouni W Submission SF 55 kg
2019 European Open Serena Gabrielli W Points 0x0, Advantage F 48 kg
2019 European Open Natalia Carrielo W Choke from back SF 48 kg
2019 Grand Slam AD Ariadne Oliviera L Points 2x0 F 55 kg
2019 Grand Slam AD Amal Amjahid W Points 6x0 SF 55 kg
2018 No-Gi World Championship Patricia Fontes W RNC F 50 kg
2018 No-Gi World Championship Sofia Amarante W Short choke SF 50 kg
2018 EBI 18 Patricia Fontes W EBI/OT F 52 kg
2018 EBI 18 Rikako Yuasa W RNC SF 52 kg
2018 EBI 18 Fiona Watson W EBI/OT 4F 52 kg
2018 EBI 18 Fabiana Jorge W EBI/OT R1 52 kg
2018 Grand Slam RJ Rita Reis W Choke from back F 49 kg
2018 Grand Slam RJ Mariana Rolszt W Submission SF 49 kg
2018 Grand Slam RJ Vanessa Santos W Submission 4F 49 kg
2018 Brasileiro No-Gi Aline Xavier W Armbar F 50 kg
2018 Grand Slam LA Luna Barea W Choke from back F 49 kg
2018 Grand Slam LA Luna Barea W Choke from back SF 49 kg
2018 No-Gi Pan American Championship Patricia Fontes W Points 23x0 F 50 kg
2018 No-Gi Pan American Championship Fiona Watson W Points 4x0 SF 50 kg
2018 No-Gi Pan American Championship Miriam Cerqueira W N/A 4F 50 kg
2018 Asian Open Saori Shibamoto W N/A F 48 kg
2018 Grand Slam TYO Aya Murakami W Choke from back RR 49 kg
2018 Grand Slam TYO Iori Echigo W Referee Decision RR 49 kg
2018 American National Karen Antunes L Points 0x0, Advantage SF ABS
2018 American National Sarah Black W Points 2x0 4F ABS
2018 American National Patricia Fontes W Point 2x2, Advantage F 48 kg
2018 American National Bruna Burns W Choke from back SF 48 kg

7. Mayssa Bastos’s Top Fights (Video Links)

Mayssa Bastos ADCC Trials (Finals)

Mayssa Bastos vs Serena Gabrielli

Anna Rodriguez vs Mayssa Bastos

Mayssa Bastos scores 21 points against Jessa Khan

Mayssa Bastos vs Sofia Amarante

Mayssa Bastos v Brenda Larissa

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