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Paulo Miyao - Aggressive BJJ Black Belt

Paulo Miyao - Aggressive BJJ Black Belt

1. Paulo Miyao Details

Paulo Miyao is a light featherweight fighter who achieved his Black Belt under Cicero Costha. Paulo was famous for his berimbolo technique and he was proficient in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu from his early teen years. Paulo Miyao and his twin brother Joao Miyao dominated major Jiu-Jitsu competitions.

Paulo Miyao Details
Name Paulo Henrique Bordignon Miyao
Nickname N/A
Born Andira, Brazil.
Current Residence Orlando, FL
Date of Birth May 11, 1991
Nationality Brazilian
College/University Federal University
Last Fight 21 October 2022
Last Weigh In N/A
Weight Class Pluma (64 kg/141 lbs)
Weight 70 kg
Height 5 ft 7 in
Career Disclosed Earnings Approximately $1 million – $2 million
Fighting out of Brazilian
Foundational style Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
Favorite Technique Berimbolo
Rank Black Belt
Awarded By  Cicero Costha
Head Coach Cicero Costha
Lineage Carlos Gracie -> Helio Gracie -> Rickson Gracie -> Marcelo Behring -> Waldomiro Perez -> Roberto Godoi -> Marco Barbosa -> Cicero Costha -> Paulo Miyao
Team/Association Unity JJ – PSLPB Cicero Costha
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2. Paulo Miyao Biography

2.1. Paulo Miyao’s Early Childhood

Paulo Henrique Bordignon Miyao was born on May 11, 1991 in the city Andira of Brazil with his twin brother Joao Miyao. Paulo's father was a farmer and his mother was a housewife. According to Japanese culture, they were raised with the lessons of humbleness as they belong to the 3rd generation of Japanese descendants.

Paulo Miyao's main hobby in his childhood was book reading. He loved reading the Bible from his childhood and tried to implement the lessons in his life.

He liked to read philosophy books based on different cultures. Paulo also has a huge collection of romantic storybooks.

Afterward, Paulo became fond of studying the biographies of different celebrities and fighters.

2.2. Paulo Miyao and Joao Miyao Twin Brothers

Paulo Miyao and Joao Miyao Twin Brothers

Miyaos mother was Brazilian and his father belonged to a traditional Japanese family.

Paul Miyao and Joao Miyao are twin brothers and this twinship gained popularity in the Jiu-Jitsu world due to their fascinating and unique lifestyles and fighting styles. They are identical twins but nothing remains the same in their lifestyle except their choice to join the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu community.

Miyao's parents wanted their boys to complete their education and search for a good job for their living. To fulfill their parents' wish they took admission to a federal university. Joao's interests were in nutrition and Paulo wanted to gain knowledge regarding physical education.

During their studies, Miyaos thought why not attempt a government test. The test was a tough one and there were not many seats for it. The job chances were narrow but both decided to attempt the test and work for their country as researchers.

Luckily, both secured seats in second and third positions in the government tests. Their jobs were permanent with incredible benefits. Joao said,

"There were about one thousand people who took this test, and Paulo got the second-best grade, and I got the third-best grade. The guy who had the best grade didn't even want the job because he took another test and took another job. Paulo was the boss, and I was the assistant boss. Everyone reported to me, and I reported to Paulo."

Both brothers remained in the government job for seven to eight months but soon they found the job boring and aimless. They thought this is not the purpose of their lives and quit their job to discover opportunities on the mat.

2.3. Paulo Miyao Martial Arts Journey

Paulo Miyao Martial Arts Journey

Paulo started his martial arts journey with Judo at a very early age. Paulo's aggressive nature and strong body helped him to learn Judo in no time. But Paulo was seeking something else in the sports world. At the age of 17, Paulo and his brother Joao decided to learn the art of Jiu-Jitsu. They were highly encouraged by Adriano Carvalho who was fully aware of their potential.

Soon both brothers decided to become professional Jiu-Jitsu fighters. To pursue their dream, they moved to Sao Paulo against the will of their parents.

Paulo Miyao Martial Arts Journey

In Sao, Paulo Miyao was welcomed to live in Cicero Costha’s Academy while becoming an active part of their social project which was named as (PSLPB ) Projeto Social Lutando Pelo Bem. This was the place where many great fighters stayed for their training.

Their relocation from Andira to Sao brought a big change in their lives. The Jiu-Jitsu learning phenomenon was remarkable while living with the different BJJ fighters made the learning more attractive and motivational. They took full advantage of the community and began winning many national championships under the Mendes brothers.

When Miyaos started earning some money from the competitions, he added:

My parents realized this was a career when I won in Abu Dhabi as a blue belt and got money. They started to believe that we could support ourselves in this lifestyle. My mom has seen me compete, but not overseas; only in Brazil, like local competitions. But we like to focus and not worry about the family at the competitions.

2.4. Paulo Miyao Recognition

With the constant victories at the national level now Paulo needed sponsorships for world recognition. His ever-growing popularity attracted the media and they passed every criteria with flying colors. Paulo earned his Black Belt in 2013.

2.5. Paulo Miyao Strength

Paulo Miyao Strength

Paulo Miyao's strength in Jiu-Jitsu competitions remains noticeable. Once asked about his strength and crazy focus in the sport.

His reply was “ Whenever I try to do something, I try to do my best, and of course, my brother, who always pushes me. My competitors and I think I was born to be the best that I can be whatever I do.”

2.6. Paulo Miyao’s Teaching Strategies and Challenges

When Paulo Miyao left competing in Jiu-Jitsu competitions, he shared in one of his interviews:

“ I love competing in Jiu-Jitsu. I love training and being with different people and helping them.”

After that Paulo Miyao started teaching. He was not confident in his teaching skills. It was due to difficulty in the English language, he thought people make fun of his accent. Paulo gave the opinion that once you understand people do not care about your accent then you can freely talk with them.

Regarding teaching strategies, Paulo said, “I am always eager to learn new things”. He prefers to watch instructional videos and loves to be part of the Jiu-Jitsu community. In the start, he found difficulty in teaching, but then he started focusing.

He shared:
“ I should be honest with my students. Maybe they want to learn something which is not working. In my class I work on different techniques with my students which they find most difficulty.”

The truth is this teaching style makes you feel incredibly better at decision making and critical thinking skills. Teaching is learning. The most challenging aspect of teaching was the English language, class planning, and handling larger groups.

2.7. Paulo Miyao LifeTime Learning

Paulo Miyao lifetime learning is following a passion and achieving goals. Paulo and Joao never played for medals. The inner satisfaction remained a priority.

2.8. The Cause of Paulo Miyao Suspension

In April 2017, Paulo Miyao was suspended for two years for consuming illegal performance-enhancing drugs ( PED) during USADA routine tests. Afterward, he was stripped off from the IBJJF Championship title that he won in 2016.

2.9. Current Occupation of Paulo Miyao

On 14 July, Paulo Miyao joined Dream Art as a Head Coach of the team. Paulo said:

“Dream Art is one of the best teams in the world, not just because of the high-level athletes or world champions at the black belt or in the colored belts, but because of the organization. I believe it's the first truly professional jiu-jitsu team.”
“As my focus now is to teach, I thought the idea was really interesting and decided to accept the challenge. I hope I can help everybody on the team conquer whatever their personal goals are.”

2.10. Paulo Miyao Historic Fights

Paulo Miyao vs Bebeto Oliveira

Paulo Miyao and Bebeto Oliveira are skillful BJJ players. Bebeto is considered a great guard player. His sweeps and reversals were amazing in the fight. The 50/50 lock by Paulo was acknowledged by everyone.

At the end, Paulo won the fight by points.

Year Event Opponent W/L/D Method Stage Weight Class Location
2021 No-Gi Pan American Bebeto Oliveira Win Points F 61 KG California

Paulo Miyao vs Nicky Ryan

In the first round Paulo tried to drag Ryan through the leg but failed. Ryan was pummeled inside but sustained his pressure. Nicky tried some quick movements to guard past Paulo. Ryan attempted knee and leg lock but failed badly. Ryan was given a negative point without, it looked like a technical error. With three minutes left, Paulo was awarded two points for sweeping the position and he maintained his superiority till the last second.

Miyao’s guard retention was mesmerizing.

The words shared by commentators:

"This is the best Nicky Ryan we've seen!" Spoken right when Paulo blocks the shoulder drop.

Year Event Opponent W/L/D Method Stage Weight Class Location
2021 ADCC Nicky Ryan Win Points 4F 66 KG Las Vegas

Paulo Miyao vs Kamil Wilk

Paulo Miyao was popular for his berimbolo technique and Kamil was famous as a foot lock specialist. Both fighters were favorites for the audience. The excitement was at its peak when the match started. Miyao managed to body lock Kamil in the eighth minute and successfully passed the guard and got three points.

Kamil knows it's the biggest match of his career and Paulo’s pressure on Kamil was noticeable. Paulo's attempt for omoplata was amazing but Kamil managed to swiftly escape from Miyao's grip. In the twelfth minute, Miyao attempted a leg triangle from behind the head and successfully submitted Kamil in the 12th minute and won the fight. Overall the fight was historic. In the semi-final round, Paulo won by triangle armbar. He remained aggressive throughout the whole match.

Year Event Opponent W/L/D Method Stage Weight Class Location
2019 Grapple Fest 6 Kamil Wilk Win Triangle armbar SPF 72 KG Liverpool, England

2.11. Paulo Miyao Instructorship

Paulo Miyao and his brother Joao recently started coaching in the local gym. He shared,

‘I Started To Enjoy Teaching

Paulo also opened his BJJ academy “named studio 1908 in Brooklyn.

Miyao instructional videos are also available for BJJ athletes.

3. Paulo Miyao Main Achievements

IBJJF World Championship Gith

Year Division
2015 Ultra  Heavyweight
2014 Light Feather
2019 Light Feather

IBJJF World Championship No-Gi

Year Division
2015 Lightweight
2021 Lightweight

IBJJF Pan Championship

Year Division
2014 Lightfeather
2015 Lightfeather
2016 Feather
2019 Lightfeather

IBJJF Pan Championship NOGI

Year Division
2015 Lightfeather
2021 Lightfeather

IBJJF European Open

Year Division
2019 Feather
2022 Lightfeather

Three time ACB JJ

Year Division
2018 65 kg
2017 65 kg
2017 65 kg

 Two Time CBJJ Brazilian Nationals

Year Division
2014 Lightweight
2019 Lightweight

Two time UAEJJF Abu Dhabi World Pro

Year Division
2018 Featherweight
2019 Featherweight

Two time ADCC World Championship

Year Division
2017 Featherweight
2019 Featherweight

4. Paulo Miyao Main Achievements ( Belts )

4.1. Black Belt

Year Event Belt Position
2013 World Championship Black 1st

4.2. Colored Belt

Year Event Belt Position
2013 IBJJF World Championship Brown 1st
2012 IBJJF World Championship Purple 1st
2011 IBJJF World Championship Purple 1st
2013 IBJJF European Open Brown 1st
2013 CBJJ Brazilian Nationals Brown 1st
2012 CBJJ Brazilian Nationals Purple 1st
2012 CBJJ Brazilian No-Gi Nationals Brown 1st
2012 IBJJF World Championship Purple 2nd
2013 IBJJF Pan Championship Brown 2nd
2012 IBJJF Pan Championship Purple 3rd
2013 IBJJF European Open Brown 3rd
2013 CBJJ Brazilian No-Gi Nationals Brown 3rd

5. Paulo Miyao BJJ Professional Record Breakdown

Professional Jiu-Jitsu Record Breakdown
Matches 233 Wins 208 Losses 25
By Submission 72 0
By DQ 1 1
By Decision 8 8
By Advantage 22 8
By Points 104 8
By EBI/OT 1 0

5.1. Submission methods W/L

Submission Method Wins Losses
Choke From the Back 41 1
Armbar 9 0
RNC 4 0
Triangle 2 0
Calf Slicer 2 0
Heel Hook 1 0
Omoplata 2 0
Short Choke 1 0
Submission 2 0
Reverse Triangle 2 0
Kimura 1 0
Triangle Armbar 1 0
Clock Choke 2 0
Toe Hook 1 0
7YO Choke 1 0

6. Paulo Miyao BJJ Fight History

Year Event Opponent W/L Method Stage Weight
2022 European Open Daniel Groot W Choke from back R1 64KG
2022 European Open Huthayfah Penney W Pts: 0x0, Adv SF 64KG
2022 European Open Ronald Alves W Pts: 6x6, Adv 4F 64KG
2021 NoGi Worlds Antione Gibson W Pts: 22x2 8F 61KG
2021 Polaris 18 Ashley Williams L Referee Decision SPF 66KG
2021 NoGi Pan Am. Bebeto Oliveira W Pts: 2x0 F 61KG
2021 NoGi Worlds Bebeto Oliveira L Referee Decision F 61KG
2021 NoGi Pan Am. Joao Soeiro W Pts: 4x0 4F 61KG
2021 NoGi Worlds Joao Soeiro W Pts: 6x0 4F 61KG
2021 NoGi Pan Am. Richard Alarcon W Pts: 5x0 SF 61KG
2021 NoGi Worlds Willis Nunes W Pts: 0x0, Adv SF 61KG
2020 WNO 4 Geo Martinez L Referee Decision SPF 65KG
2020 Pan American Josh Cisneros L Referee Decision 4F 64KG
2019 Grand Slam LDN A. Jabłonowski W Choke from back 4F 69KG
2019 Grand Slam AD Abdullah Nabas W Pts: 11x2 4F 69KG
2019 ADCC Augusto Mendes L Referee Decision SF 66KG
2019 King of Mats Bebeto Oliveira W Pts: 2x2, Adv RR 69KG
2019 Orlando SPO Bruno Frazatto W Pts: 4x0 SF 70KG
2019 European Open Cole Franson W Pts: 10x2 4F 70KG
2019 Grand Slam AD Daniel Santana W Choke from back SF 69KG
2019 No Gi Pan Am. Emilio Hernandez W Pts: 2x0 F 67KG
2019 European NoGi Gabriel Sousa L Pts: 4x2 4F 67KG
2019 Brasileiro Gabriel Willcox W Choke from back R2 70KG
2019 WP BR Qualifier Hilton Silva W Pts: 14x0 F 69KG
2019 Brasileiro Iago Rangel W Armbar R1 70KG
2019 Grand Slam LDN Isaac Doederlein W Pts: 4x2 F 69KG
2019 King of Mats Isaac Doederlein W Pts: 2x0 RR 69KG
2019 King of Mats Isaac Doederlein W Referee Decision F 69KG
2019 World Pro Isaac Doederlein W Pts: 2x2, Adv F 69KG
2019 Brasileiro Isaac Doederlein L Pts: 2x2, Adv SF 70KG
2019 World Pro Jan Basso W Pts: 11x0 4F 69KG
2019 Grand Slam LDN Joao Neto W Pts: 2x2, Adv SF 69KG
2019 World Pro Jorge Nakamura W Reverse triangle SF 69KG
2019 GrappleFest 6 Kamil Wilk W Triangle armbar SPF 72KG
2019 ADCC Kenta Iwamoto W Pts: 5x0 R1 66KG
2019 European Open Leo Saggioro W Referee Decision SF 70KG
2019 World Pro Mehdi Allaoui W Pts: 9x0 R1 69KG
2019 WP BR Qualifier Murilo Amaral W Pts: 2x0 SF 69KG
2019 ADCC Nicky Ryan W Pts: 2x0 4F 66KG
2019 World Champ. Pablo Mantovani W Pts: 7x2 4F 64KG
2019 Pan American Rene Lopez W Referee Decision 4F 64KG
2019 Orlando SPO Rick Slomba W Pts: 19x2 F 70KG
2019 World Champ. Rodrigo Oyie W Choke from back R2 64KG
2019 King of Mats Samir Chantre W Pts: 3x0 RR 69KG
2019 NYC Fall Open Thiago Cintra W Pts: 11x0 F 70KG
2019 Brasileiro Thiago Macedo W Adv 4F 70KG
2019 Grand Slam AD Tiago Bravo W Choke from back F 69KG
2019 King of Mats Tiago Bravo W Pts: 10x2 RR 69KG
2019 ADCC Tye Ruotolo W Pts: 4x0 3RD 66KG
2018 Miami FO Adam Benayoun W Pts: 9x4 F 70KG
2018 ACBJJ World Alejandro Carrera W Choke from back 4F 65KG
2018 ACBJJ World Alex Sodre W Pts: 10x2 3RD 65KG
2018 World Pro Ali Monfaradi W Choke from back 4F 69KG
2018 UWW NG World Amon Yunusov W Armbar R1 66KG
2018 ACB 10 Augusto Mendes W Points SPF 65KG
2018 Grand Slam AD Daniel Vieira W Choke from back SF 69KG
2018 Kasai Pro 4 Frank Rosenthal W Pts: 10x1 R1 65KG
2018 Kasai Pro 4 Geo Martinez W Pts: 2x0 R2 65KG
2018 World Pro Gianni Grippo W Pts: 2x2, Adv F 69KG
2018 Grand Slam LA Gianni Grippo L Pts: 2x0 F 69KG
2018 Kasai Pro 4 Gianni Grippo L Pts: 3x2 F 65KG
2018 Spyder Inv. Final Inseong Jang W Referee Decision SF 76KG
2018 ACB S. American Isaque Paiva W Pts: 4x2 F 65KG
2018 WP Br Qualifier Isaque Paiva W Pts: 6x2 SF 69KG
2018 Spyder Inv. Final J. Alves L Pts: 2x0 F 76KG
2018 Grand Slam LDN Jan Basso W Pts: 9x0 SF 69KG
2018 WP Br Qualifier Joao Neto W Pts: 3x0 4F 69KG
2018 Spider Inv. 4F Matheus Gabriel W Pts: 8x6 SPF 76KG
2018 Grand Slam LDN Max Campos W Choke from back 4F 69KG
2018 ACBJJ 12 Osvaldo Moizinho W Points SPF 65KG
2018 Continental Pro Pablo Mantovani W Pts: 4x4, Adv F 69KG
2018 Grand Slam LA Rodrigo Cardoso W Pts: 4x0 4F 69KG
2018 Continental Pro Silvio Duran W Pts: 4x0 SF 69KG
2018 World Pro Thomas Halpin W Pts: 6x0 SF 69KG
2018 Grand Slam AD Tiago Bravo W Pts: 5x0 F 69KG
2018 ACB S. American Unknown W Points R1 65KG
2018 ACB S. American Unknown W Armbar 4F 65KG
2018 ACB S. American Unknown W Reverse triangle SF 65KG
2018 Grand Slam LDN Victor Moraes W Choke from back F 69KG
2018 Grand Slam LA Vitor Moraes W Choke from back SF 69KG
2018 Miami FO Yijad Moussa W Submission SF 70KG
2017 ACB JJ Worlds Sadulaev Agate W Short choke SF 65KG
2017 ACBJJ 6 Augusto Mendes W Points SF 65KG
2017 ACBJJ 8 Bruno Célio W Heel hook 4F 65KG
2017 ADCC RJ Bruno Silva W RNC F 66KG
2017 ADCC RJ Denver Santos W Points R1 66KG
2017 ADCC RJ Fernando Carsalade W RNC 4F 66KG
2017 ACBJJ 6 Gabriel Marangoni W Choke from back F 65KG
2017 ACBJJ 8 Gabriel Marangoni W Points SF 65KG
2017 ADCC Geo Martinez W Pts: 8x2 4F 66KG
2017 ADCC Janus Andrejczuk W Pts: 10x0 E1 66KG
2017 ACBJJ 8 Kim Terra W Points F 65KG
2017 ADCC RJ Mateus Vieira W RNC 8F 66KG
2017 UGA Nick Ryan W Pts: 8x0 SPF 66KG
2017 ACBJJ 6 Osvaldo Moizinho W Points 4F 65KG
2017 ADCC Pablo Mantovani W Pts: 10x0 3RD 66KG
2017 ACB JJ Worlds Pablo Mantovani W Pts: 2x0 F 65KG
2017 ADCC RJ Pedro Nobre W 7YO choke SF 66KG
2017 ADCC RJ Rafael Gomes W Omoplata R2 66KG
2017 ADCC Rubens Charles L Pts: 0x0 SF 66KG
2017 ADCC SP Trials Thalison S. L DQ R2 66KG
2017 ADCC SP Trials Unknown W RNC R1 66KG
2017 SUG 4 Urijah Faber W EBI/OT SPF 70KG
2016 World Champ. Ary Farias W Pts: 4x2 F 64KG
2016 European Open Brian Mahecha W Choke from back SF 70KG
2016 World Pro Brian Mahecha W Points 4F 69KG
2016 Brasileiro Bruno Fonseca W Choke from back 8F 70KG
2016 Pan American Bruno Frazatto W Pts: 4x2 SF 70KG
2016 Brasileiro Fabio Caloi W Pts: 10x4 SF 70KG
2016 BH Open Felipe Brito W Armbar F 70KG
2016 BH No-Gi Open Felipe Brito W Pts: 12x0 F 70KG
2016 NY Summer Open Felipe Simoes W Choke from back SF 70KG
2016 Grand Slam LA Felipe Simplicio W Armbar SF 69KG
2016 Grand Slam LA H. Song W Armbar 4F 69KG
2016 NY Spring Open Isaac Doederlein W Pts: 3x0 F 70KG
2016 World Champ. Isaac Doederlein W Pts: 4x0 SF 64KG
2016 Grand Slam LA Isaac Doederlein W Pts: 2x0 F 69KG
2016 Brasileiro Isaque Paiva W Pts: 10x4 F 70KG
2016 G. Slam NG LA J. Clopton W N/A SF 67KG
2016 NY Spring Open Joel Burgess W Choke from back SF 70KG
2016 Pan American Jon Van Buren W Pts: 15x2 4F 70KG
2016 Pan American Jordan Gomez W Choke from back 8F 70KG
2016 Brasileiro Leon Amancio W Points 4F 70KG
2016 European Open Marcio Andre L Referee Decision F 70KG
2016 World Pro Marcio Andre L Pts: 0x0, Adv F 69KG
2016 NY Summer Open Marcos Tinoco L Pts: 0x0, Adv SF ABS
2016 European Open Masahiro Iwasaki W Pts: 5x0 4F 70KG
2016 American Nats Orlando Machado W N/A SF 70KG
2016 Pan American Osvaldo Moizinho W Pts: 6x6, Adv F 70KG
2016 World Champ. Paulo Santana W Choke from back R2 64KG
2016 American Nats Rene Lopez W Choke from back 4F 70KG
2016 World Champ. Takuto Kako W Pts: 24x0 4F 64KG
2016 American Nats Thiago Macedo W Pts: 4x4, Adv F 70KG
2016 World Pro Tiago Bravo W Choke from back SF 69KG
2016 World Pro Vitor Matos W Choke from back R1 69KG
2015 NY Spring Open Andre Monteiro W Points SF 70KG
2015 Brazil Nat. Pro Caio Gregorio W Pts: 10x0 4F 77KG
2015 Grand Slam TYO Charles Gaspar W Pts: 4x0 SF 69KG
2015 Chicago S. Open D. Drzymkowski W Choke from back SF 76KG
2015 World Champ. Daniel Beleza W Choke from back F 64KG
2015 Chicago S. Open Diego Bispo W Choke from back F 76KG
2015 Chicago No Gi Diego Bispo W Calf slicer F 76KG
2015 NoGi Pan Ams Edson Oliveira W Triangle SF 70KG
2015 Las Vegas Open Eduardo Ramos W Pts: 4x4, Adv F 70KG
2015 Brazil Nat. Pro Fabio Caloi W Points 4F 69KG
2015 Brazil Nat. Pro Felipe Cesar W Points SF 77KG
2015 Grand Slam RJ Fernando Vieira W Pts: 8x8, Adv F 69KG
2015 Brazil Nat. Pro Gabriel Rollo W Pts: 4x2 F 77KG
2015 NY Spring Open Gianni Grippo W Adv F 70KG
2015 Boston Spring Open Gianni Grippo W Pts: 9x2 F 70KG
2015 NoGi Pan Ams Gianni Grippo W Referee Decision F 70KG
2015 Grand Slam TYO Ichitaro Tsukada W Choke from back 4F 69KG
2015 Brasileiro Isaque Paiva W Pts: 8x6 F 70KG
2015 Brazil Nat. Pro Jackson Favero W Choke from back SF 65KG
2015 American Nat. Jerold Shapiro W Choke from back 4F 70KG
2015 NY Summer Open Joao Ferreira W Pts: 10x2 F 76KG
2015 Pan American Joao Somalia W Armbar SF 64KG
2015 Brazil Nat. Pro Jorge Nakamura W Kimura 4F 65KG
2015 World Champ. Kim Terra W Pts: 8x2 SF 64KG
2015 American Nat. Kim Terra W Points SF 70KG
2015 European Luis Lopes W Calf slicer 4F 64KG
2015 All Star Pro Luiz Felipe W Pts: 6x4 F 65KG
2015 BJJ Tour Luiz Teixeira W Pts: 6x4 F ABS
2015 Grand Slam LA Matthew Magana W Pts: 13x0 4F 69KG
2015 Brasileiro Onofre Lima W Pts: 23x0 4F 70KG
2015 Grand Slam LA Osvaldo Moizinho W Pts: 6x4 SF 69KG
2015 NoGi Worlds Osvaldo Moizinho L Pts: 8x8, Adv SF 67KG
2015 All Star Pro Rafael Barbosa W Pts: 10x6 F ABS
2015 BJJ Tour Rafael Barbosa W Pts: 10x6 F 88KG
2015 Chicago Spring Rafael Pereira W Points F 76KG
2015 Grand Slam RJ Raphael Cadena W Pts: 6x6, Adv 4F 69KG
2015 Grand Slam RJ Roberto Junot W Choke from back 8F 69KG
2015 Brazil Nat. Pro Rodrigo Cardoso W Choke from back F 69KG
2015 American Nat. Samir Chantre W Choke from back F 70KG
2015 Grand Slam LA Samir Chantre W Pts: 5x0 F 69KG
2015 Berkut 2 Samir Chantre W Referee Decision SPF ABS
2015 NY No Gi Open Sidemar Honorio W Armbar F 70KG
2015 Chicago S. Open Steven Patterson W Pts: 6x0 F ABS
2015 Austin Open Thiago Macedo W Pts: 4x4, Adv F 76KG
2015 NoGi Worlds Thiago Macedo W Pts: 4x0 8F 67KG
2015 European Thomas Lisboa W Pts: 11x0 SF 64KG
2015 Grand Slam TYO Tiago Bravo W Pts: 8x2 F 69KG
2015 Las Vegas Open Tom Barlow W Pts: 3x0 SF 70KG
2015 Austin Open Travis Orr W Points SF 76KG
2015 Brazil Nat. Pro Unknown W Omoplata SF 69KG
2015 Brasileiro Victor Matos W Pts: 10x0 SF 70KG
2015 World Champ. Victor Paschoal W Choke from back 4F 64KG
2015 US No Gi Nat. Wanki Chae W Pts: 8x4 F 70KG
2015 NoGi Worlds Wilson Reis W Pts: 6x4 4F 67KG
2015 Pan American Yoshihiko Matsumoto W Choke from back 4F 64KG
2014 Mundial CBJJE Alan Regis W Pts: 2x2, Adv 4F ABS
2014 Brasileiro Alexandre Ceconi W Pts: 2x2, Adv R1 ABS
2014 Floripa BB II Alexandre Souza L Pts: 0x0, Adv SPF ABS
2014 Brasileiro Andre Simoes W Choke from back R1 ABS
2014 Mundial CBJJE Claudio Calasans L Pts: 2x2, Adv SF ABS
2014 World Champ. Dai Yoshioka W Adv 4F 64KG
2014 Brasileiro David Lemes W Choke from back SF 70KG
2014 Sul Brasileiro David Lemes W Toe hook F 70KG
2014 Sul Brasileiro Erik Raposo W Submission SF 70KG
2014 World Pro Trial Fernando Vieira W Adv F 70KG
2014 World Champ. Gabriel Moraes W Points SF 64KG
2014 World Champ. Guilherme Mendes L Adv F 64KG
2014 Sul Brasileiro Gustavo Almeida W Triangle SF ABS
2014 SP Open Isaque Paiva W Points F 70kg
2014 South American Isaque Paiva W N/A SF 70KG
2014 Pan American John Nam W Armbar 4F 64KG
2014 Sul Brasileiro Jurandir Conceicao W Choke from back F ABS
2014 IBJJF Pro League Koji Shibamoto W Pts: 14x2 SF 70KG
2014 Brasileiro Leo Saggioro W Pts: 4x0 F 70KG
2014 Rio Open Leo Saggioro W Pts: 8x0 F 70KG
2014 Rio BJJ Pro Leo Saggioro W Referee Decision F 70KG
2014 South American Leo Saggioro W Pts: 4x2 F 70KG
2014 South American Leo Saggioro W Pts: 4x2 F 70KG
2014 Brasileiro Lucas Lepri L Referee Decision 4F ABS
2014 Mundial CBJJE Manoel Oliveira W Referee Decision R1 ABS
2014 World Pro Trial Nicolas Welker W Pts: 4x0 SF 70KG
2014 IBJJF Pro League Osvaldo Moizinho L Referee Decision F 70KG
2014 European Rafael Mendes L Pts: 3x0 F 70KG
2014 Camp. Internacional Renato Cardoso L Pts: 3x0 F ABS
2014 Sul Brasileiro Ricardo Lima W Clock choke 4F ABS
2014 European S. Franceschini W Clock choke SF 70KG
2014 World Pro. Thiago Barreto L Pts: 0x0, Adv 4F 64KG
2014 World Champ. Tomoya Yanagisawa W Choke from back 8F 64KG
2014 Pan American Vitor Paschoal W Choke from back SF 64KG
2013 Brasileiro CBJJE Augusto Galdez W Choke from back NA NA
2013 Brasileiro CBJJE Claudio Mattos W Adv NA NA
2013 Bull Terrier Daisuke Amazon W Pts: 24x0 F 70KG
2013 Copa Podio Diogo Sampaio L Pts: 4x2 SF 88KG
2013 Copa Podio Jaime Canuto D --- GP 88KG
2013 World Expo Jon Fitch D --- SPF ABS
2013 Brasileiro CBJJE João Rafael W DQ NA NA
2013 Copa Podio Manny Diaz W Pts: 2x0 GP 88KG
2013 Copa Podio Renato Cardoso W Choke from back GP 88KG
2013 Copa Podio T. Stevens W Pts: 2x2, Adv 3PLC 88KG
2013 Brasileiro CBJJE Thiago Rodrigues W Choke from back NA NA

7. Paulo Miyao Top Fights

João Miyao vs Washington Lima / Miami Spring Open 2018

João Miyao vs Suraj Budhram / Chicago Summer Open 2018

Joao Miyao vs Hiago George Abu Dhabi Grand Slam jiu jitsu 2018

Paulo Miyao vs Adam Benayoun / Miami Fall Open 2018

Paulo Miyao Vs. Johnatha Alves | Spyder Invitational 2018

Paulo Miyao x Gianni Grippo - Final Grand Slam Los Angeles 2018

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