Table of Contents
- 1. Rafael Lovato Junior’s Details
- 2. Rafael Lovato Junior’s Biography
- 2.1. Son of a Martial Artist
- 2.2. Best in Various Martial Arts
- 2.3. Started BJJ Training With His Father
- 2.4. Relationship with Saulo Ribeiro
- 2.5. Relationship with Marc Laimon
- 2.6. Joined Ribeiro Brother’s Academy
- 2.7. Mix Martial Arts Record
- 2.8. Bellator Middleweight Champion
- 2.9. Lovato Junior’s BJJ Pro Combat
- 3. Rafael Lovato Junior’s Historic Fights
- 3.1. Rafael Lovato Junior Vs. Kayron Gracie
- 3.2. Rafael Lovato Jr. Vs. Rodrigo Teixeira
- 3.3. Rafael Lovato Jr. Vs. Hunter Colvin
- 3.4. Rafael Lovato Junior Vs. Todd Walling
- 4. Rafael Lovato Junior’s Main Achievements
- 4.1. Rafael Lovato Junior’s International Achievements
- 4.2. Rafael Lovato Junior’s Black Belt Achievements
- 5. Rafael Lovato Junior’s Professional Record Break
- 6. Rafael Lovato Junior Fight History
- 7. Rafael Lovato Junior’s Top Fight Links
1. Rafael Lovato Junior’s Details
|Name||Rafael Lovato Junior|
|Born||Cincinnati, Ohio, United States of America|
|Date of birth||25-6-1983|
|Weight||94 kg (207 lbs)|
|Weight Division||Pesado (94 kg / 207 lbs)|
|Career Disclosed Earnings||N/A|
|Rank||4th Degree Black Belt|
|Head Coach||Carlos Machado|
|Last Fight||2022 ADCC|
|Favorite Technique||Well Rounded|
|Lineage||Carlos Gracie > Helio Gracie > Carlos Gracie Jr > Carlos Machado > Rafael Lovato Jr|
|Team Association||6 Blades / Lovato BJJ|
2. Rafael Lovato Junior’s Biography
Rafael Lovato is a Fourth Degree Black Belt in BJJ and also a retired undefeated MMA fighter (11-0). He was born on the 25th of June 1983 in Cincinnati, a city in the state of Ohio, USA. He is the first non-Brazilian to win CBJJ Brazilian Nationals twice as a Black Belt (2007) and open weight Champion in 2013.
2.1 Son of a Martial Artist
Rafael Lovato was born in the house of a famous martial artist. He was familiar with the lifestyle of an MMA practitioner from his early childhood. He got early MMA training from his father. He also received early BJJ training from his father.
2.2 Best in Various Martial Arts
Lovato Junior started his MMA career with boxing. He also learned Bruce Lee’s Jeet Kune Do Concepts, Thai Boxing, Escrima, and Jeet Kwon Do. He also achieved titles in Escrima. Along with Escrima, he was also ready to make his debut in boxing.
2.3 Started BJJ Training With His Father
At the age of thirteen, Lovato observed his father doing something new. His father, Lovato senior, went to the Texan city and joined BJJ private class from Carlos Machado. He went to attend his private BJJ class once a week.
After returning from Dallas, he started training BJJ with his son, Lovato Junior. After a few years, he also joined his father and started going to Dallas every week.
2.4 Relationship with Saulo Ribeiro
When Lovato Junior was promoted to Brown Belt, he became one of the toughest athletes in BJJ. He became famous as a hot future prospect for BJJ.
At the age of 19, Rafael started fighting in the Arnold Invitational. He faced the multiple-time World Champion, Saulo Ribeiro in the final. After the fight, Saulo Ribeiro invited him to Brazil. Rafael accepted his invitation and went to Brazil that year and they trained together.
In Ribeiro’s Place, Lovato found his potential to do coaching. Furthermore, on his tour to Brazil, he also became a good friend of Saulo Ribeiro.
2.5 Relationship with Marc Laimon
At the start of 2004, Rafael was invited by Marc Laimon to help him in his preparation. He had a fight against Ryron Gracie. He accepted this invitation and joined Marc Laimon. Both lived as roommates for three months. During those three months, Rafael Lovato made a strong friendship bond with Marc Laimon. Both are still friends.
2.6 Joined Ribeiro Brother’s Academy
After becoming Black Belt, Lovato went to Brazil to join Ribeiro Brother’s academy. He wanted to train here and learn BJJ. His stay in Ribeiro's brother’s academy proved very fruitful and he won medals in various tournaments. He won major tournaments during his stay in this academy.
2.7 Mix Martial Arts Record
Rafael Lovato is not only winning the tournaments in BJJ but is also unbeatable in MMA. He made his debut in MMA on September 26, 2014. He has a record of 11-0-0 in MMA with 82% finishes.
He was on an 11/0 win streak and never being defeated and submitted in MMA. Here is the complete MMA professional record of Rafael Lovato Junior.
|11 Matches||11 Wins||Losses||Draws|
2.8 Bellator Middleweight Champion
After UFC, Bellator Fighting Championship also had his name among the top MMA fighters. Rafael Lovato Jr. is Bellator Middleweight World Champion. He earned this title after fighting against Gregard Mousasi in 2019.
2.9 Lovato Junior’s BJJ Pro Combat
First American Athlete to Win in Juvenile Division
Rafael is honored to have this achievement that he was the first American who won IBJJF World and Pan Championship in the Juvenile Blue Belt division. At the age of 16, he won IBJJF Pan Champion in the Juvenile Blue Belt division.
Later in 2001, he became the first American to win 2 medals in the World Championship Juvenile Blue Belt division. He became a Bronze medalist in his weight division and Silver Medalist in Open Class.
Promoted to Black Belt
In August 2004, Rafael was promoted to Black Belt at the age of 21 by his coach Carlos Machado. He became the youngest American BJJ Black Belt. Another title Rafael and his father achieved is that they are the first American father and son to become BJJ Black Belt.
Second American to Become World Champion
After BJ Penn, Rafael Lovato Junior earned the honor to become the second American IBJJF World Black Belt Champion. After this victory, he won various World Championships in Gi, No-Gi, and Masters championships. Now Lovato Junior is 8 times world champion.
First American to Win Brazilian National Championship Twice
Rafael Lovato Junior became the first American who won the Brazilian National Championship twice. Rafael won his first Brazilian National Championship as a Black Belt in 2007 and became the first American to secure the win twice in the different weight category.
Rafael again won this title in 2013 when he submitted 3 of his opponents out of 5. He submitted his opponents in the semi-finals and final with Kimura. He was the first non-Brazilian who won this championship in the absolute weight division. Rafael was crowned as the best fighter in Brazil.
First Black Belt American to Become Grand Slam Champion
Rafael Lovato Junior became the first person to win the Grand Slam in 2007 after winning four major championships. He was the first American to win a European championship, Brazilian National, and IBJJF Pan Championship in the same year.
He also won the World Championship the same year and became the second American after BJ Penn to achieve the milestone.
Submission of the Night Award Against Kayron Gracie
Lovato Junior added his name to the history of BJJ by winning in the first-ever Metamoris event. He submitted Kayron Gracie with his favorite Kimura technique. He achieved the submission of the night award on this submission.
Most Decorated American BJJ Competitor
Rafael Lovato Junior is the most decorated American BJJ competitor who is famous for his toughness. He won major championships including the European Championship, IBJJF Pan Championship, and Brazilian National Championship twice. Furthermore, he is the youngest American athlete to achieve BJJ Black Belt.
No-Gi Champion in three Weight Categories
Rafael Lovato is honored to have this record that he is the only person to win No-Gi championships thrice in different weight categories. In 2010.
- He became the heavyweight No-Gi world champion.
- In 2011, he won the No-Gi world championship in the medium-heavy weight division.
- In 2013, he was the No-Gi world champion in the ultra-heavy division.
Grappler Quest Hall of Famer
In 2009, Rafael received another achievement because of his long list of accomplishments. He was inducted into the Grappler Quest Hall of Fame.
Owner of Lovato’s School of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts
Lovato Junior is now the owner, head, and instructor in his own Lovato’s school of BJJ and MMA in Oklahoma City, USA. He is training IBJJF World and Pan (Gi and No-Gi), ADCC, and UFC fighters.
Online Training Sites
Rafael Lovato Junior is a very humble, courteous, and meek person who wanted to share his knowledge in any way. Rafael Lovato is very passionate about transferring his knowledge to the young generation. He also started his online instructional classes for those BJJ competitors who cannot join big schools.
Top BJJ Competitors
Lovato’s school of BJJ and MMA is producing great competitors. He is the first instructor in America whose Black Belt students are winning World Championships. In 2010, Lovato’s first Black Belt student Justin Rader won the world No-Gi championship in the featherweight division.
James Puopolo also got his Black Belt under Rafael Lovato Junior. He is also a World and Pan champion in Gi and No-Gi in both colored and Black Belt divisions. He is also the ADCC U.S. Trials champion.
3. Rafael Lovato Junior’s Historic Fights
3.1 Rafael Lovato Junior Vs. Kayron Gracie
Rafael Lovato faced Kayron Gracie in the first-ever Metamoris event in 2012. This was one of the most memorable matches for both players. At the start of the match, Rafael applied pulling guard and took down Kayron.
Rafael tried to control both of his legs to prevent full guard. But Kayron Gracie took down Rafael by pulling his Gi from his legs and secured the top position. This was an incredible sweep from Kayron Gracie.
Lovato tried to create distance by using his legs and tried an inverted guard. Kayron side-mounted Rafael but Rafael pulled him down by strangling his legs. Kayron looked helpless. Rafael gained the top position and his body weight pressure did not let Kayron Gracie's inverted guard to work.
Rafael took the top position, turned Kayron into a turtle position, gained control of his back, and applied a triangle. And then this triangle changed into full guard. These all moves in a single minute were fascinating but Kayron’s way of surviving the technique was also a feast for the eyes.
At the end of the match, Rafael took down Kayron. Kayron tried to keep distance by using his legs. Rafael did not let him sweep any guard and had complete control. He submitted Kayron Gracie with Kimura. After this match, Rafael Lovato Jr. achieved the submission of the night award.
|2012||Metamoris 1||Kayron Gracie||W||Submission by Kimura||SPF||Absolute|
3.2 Rafael Lovato Jr. Vs. Rodrigo Teixeira
Rafael Lovato Junior faced Rodrigo Teixeira in the Pan Championship 2007. Both fighters looked highly energetic from the start of the match. Rafael took down Rodrigo which was inverted by Rodrigo. Rodrigo took the top position and two points for the takedown. Lovato Junior balanced his position by holding Rodrigo’s Gi and pulled him down. Now Lovato Jr. secured the top position.
In the next half of the match, Lovato Jr. was taken down by Rodrigo at the start. But Rafael maintained his balance and pulled down Rodrigo by strangling him with his Gi and scored two points for an outstanding takedown. Rafael full-mounted Rodrigo. Rodrigo tried his best to escape but Lovato Jr. did not lose his grip. He submitted Rodrigo with Brabo Choke.
|2007||Pan Championship||Rodrigo Teixeira||W||Brabo Choke||Eliminator||100kg|
3.3 Rafael Lovato Jr. Vs. Hunter Colvin
Rafael Lovato Jr. fought with Hunter Colvin in Oklahoma City Open 2020. At the start of the match, Rafael took down Hunter Colvin and scored two points. He mounted him and restricted his moves. Hunter Colvin tried to escape. When Rafael’s grip was a little loose, Hunter found this a golden chance and pushed Rafael to escape.
In the next half of the match, Hunter made an attempt to apply a pulling guard and ended up in a position with Rafael on top. Rafael Lovato Jr. took this opportunity and mounted Hunter. He submitted Hunter Colvin with Mounted X Choke.
|2020||Oklahoma City Open Championship||Hunter Colvin||W||Mounted X Choke||SemiFinal||Open Class|
3.4 Rafael Lovato Junior Vs. Todd Walling
Rafael Lovato Junior faced Todd Walling in Oklahoma City Open No-Gi 2021. At the start of the match, Lovato Junior took down Todd Walling and scored two points. Lovato Junior controlled Todd Walling and mounted him. Todd tried to strangle Lovato Junior’s leg but Lovato passed his guard and scored three points.
Todd Walling tried throughout the match to counter Lovato Jr but Lovato did not provide any opportunity. Rafael Lovato submitted Todd Walling with an Ezekiel choke.
|2021||Oklahoma City Open NoGi||Todd Walling||W||Ezekiel||Final||Open Class|
4. Rafael Lovato Junior’s Main Achievements
4.1 Rafael Lovato Junior’s International Achievements
|2006||Pro Sub League Invitational||N/A|
|2007||IBJJF World Championship||100kg|
|2007||CBJJ Brazilian Nationals||100kg|
|2007||IBJJF Pan Championship||100kg|
|2007||IBJJF European Open||100kg|
|2008||IBJJF Pan Championship||94kg|
|2010||IBJJF World Championship NoGi||94kg|
|2011||Abu Dhabi World Pro no-gi||-92kg|
|2011||IBJJF World Championship NoGi||-85kg|
|2013||IBJJF World Championship NoGi||+97kg|
|2013||CBJJ Brazilian Nationals||Absolute|
|2016||IBJJF World Championship Master||Open/Super-Heavyweight|
|2017||IBJJF World Championship Master||Super-Heavyweight|
|2020||IBJJF World Championship Master||Super-Heavyweight|
|2022||IBJJF European Open||100kg|
4.2 Rafael Lovato Junior’s Black Belt Achievements
|2006||Pro Sub League Invitational||Black Belt||1st|
|2007||IBJJF World Championship||Black Belt||1st|
|2007||CBJJ Brazilian Nationals||Black Belt||1st|
|2007||IBJJF Pan Championship||Black Belt||1st|
|2007||IBJJF European Open||Black Belt||1st|
|2008||IBJJF Pan Championship||Black Belt||1st|
|2010||IBJJF World Championship no-gi||Black Belt||1st|
|2013||CBJJ Brazilian Nationals||Black Belt||1st|
|2016||IBJJF World Championship Masters||Black Belt||1st|
|2017||IBJJF World Championship Masters||Black Belt||1st|
|2020||IBJJF World Championship Masters||Black Belt||1st|
|2020||IBJJF World Championship Masters||Black Belt||2nd (Open Class)|
|2022||IBJJF European Open||Black Belt||1st|
5. Rafael Lovato Junior’s Professional Record Break
5.1 Lovato Junior’s Professional Record Break
|180 Matches||122 Wins||54 Loses||Draws|
5.2 Submission Methods
|Method||65 Wins||9 Loses|
|Arm in Ezekiel||1||0|
|Mounted X Choke||3||0|
|North South Choke||1||0|
|Arm in Guillotine||1||0|
|Choke from Back||0||1|
6. Rafael Lovato Junior Fight History
|2005||Budo Challenge||Rolles Gracie||W||Brabo choke||O108KG|
|2005||Budo Challenge||Takeshi Kosai||W||DQ||O108KG|
|2006||Pan American||Eduardo Telles||L||Pts: 2x0||94KG|
|2006||Pan American||Eduardo Telles||W||Pts: 2x0||ABS|
|2006||Pan American||Roger Gracie||L||Armbar||ABS|
|2006||GQ All Star Pro||Nolan Dutcher||W||RNC||91KG|
|2006||GQ All Star Pro||Dave Branch||W||Referee Decision||91KG|
|2006||GQ All Star Pro||Chris Moriarty||W||RNC||91KG|
|2007||Budweiser Champ.||Lee Synowski||W||Pts: 4x0||ABS|
|2007||Budweiser Champ.||Ian McPherson||W||RNC||ABS|
|2007||Budweiser Champ.||Chris Moriarty||W||Injury||ABS|
|2007||Brasileiro||Braga Neto||W||Pts: 4x2||100KG|
|2007||Brasileiro||Roberto Abreu||W||Pts: 4x0||100KG|
|2007||Pan American||Rodrigo Teixeira||W||Brabo choke||100KG|
|2007||Pan American||Unknown||W||Brabo choke||100KG|
|2007||Pan American||Cristiano Lazzarini||W||Pts: 2x0||100KG|
|2007||Pan American||Romulo Barral||L||Points||ABS|
|2007||World Champ.||Bruno Paulista||W||Points||O100KG|
|2007||World Champ.||Luis Theodoro||W||Referee Decision||O100KG|
|2007||World Champ.||Braga Neto||L||Pts: 2x2, Adv||ABS|
|2007||NoGi Pan Am.||Nick Kline||W||Points||100KG|
|2007||NoGi Pan Am.||Flavio Almeida||L||Pts: 2x0||100KG|
|2007||Super Challenge||Luiz Theodoro||L||Pts: 2x0||ABS|
|2007||10k Challenge||Mario Sukata||L||Referee Decision||ABS|
|2007||10k Challenge||Anthony Rode||W||RNC||ABS|
|2007||10k Challenge||Stephen Dawson||W||Anaconda||ABS|
|2007||10k Challenge||Braulio Estima||L||Armbar||ABS|
|2008||Pan American||Fabio Marmontel||W||Armbar||94KG|
|2008||Pan American||Fernando Piero||W||Adv||94KG|
|2008||Pan American||Roberto Alencar||W||Adv||94KG|
|2008||World Champ.||Arthur Cesar||W||Kimura||100KG|
|2008||World Champ.||Roberto Abreu||W||Pts: 8x4||100KG|
|2008||World Champ.||Braga Neto||L||Pts: 5x0||100KG|
|2008||World Champ.||Marcel Fortuna||W||Armbar||ABS|
|2008||World Champ.||Rubens Charles||W||Pts: 4x2||ABS|
|2008||World Champ.||Andre Galvao||L||Choke from back||ABS|
|2009||World Pro.||Braulio Estima||L||Pts: 5x0||ABS|
|2009||Pan American||Rubens Charles||L||Pts: 2x0||ABS|
|2009||ADCC||Bruno Bastos||W||Darce choke||88KG|
|2009||ADCC||Braulio Estima||L||Estima lock||88KG|
|2009||ADCC||David Avellan||L||Foot Lock||88KG|
|2009||World Champ.||Fernando Piero||W||Adv||94KG|
|2009||World Champ.||Alexandre Souza||L||Pts: 2x0||94KG|
|2009||World Champ.||Roger Gracie||L||Cross choke||ABS|
|2009||NoGi Worlds||Marcel Fortuna||W||RNC||100KG|
|2009||NoGi Worlds||Braga Neto||L||Pts: 0x0, Adv||100KG|
|2010||Pan American||Leo Nogueira||W||Points||94KG|
|2010||Pan American||Joao Assis||W||Pts: 2x0||94KG|
|2010||Pan American||Bernardo Faria||W||Pts: 7x0||94KG|
|2010||No Gi Worlds||Roberto Alencar||W||Referee Decision||94KG|
|2010||Brasileiro||Bernardo Faria||L||Pts: 3x0||ABS|
|2010||World Champ.||Tony Eduardo||W||Points||94KG|
|2010||World Champ.||Joao Assis||W||Points||94KG|
|2010||World Champ.||Bernardo Faria||L||Points||94KG|
|2011||European||Lucio Rodrigues||L||Pts: 6x2||100KG|
|2011||World P. NoGi||Rodolfo Vieira||W||Pts: 4x2||92KG|
|2011||World Champ.||Mick Wilson||W||Pts: 2x0||ABS|
|2011||World Champ.||Antonio Carlos||W||Triangle||ABS|
|2011||World Champ.||Bernardo Faria||L||Pts: 2x0||ABS|
|2011||World Champ.||Fernando Piero||W||Triangle||94KG|
|2011||World Champ.||Renan Vital||W||Armbar||94KG|
|2011||World Champ.||Rodolfo Vieira||L||Pts: 20x2||94KG|
|2011||ADCC||Jeon Doo Kwang||W||RNC||88KG|
|2011||ADCC||Rousimar Palhares||L||Heel hook||88KG|
|2011||No Gi Worlds||Frederico Moncaio||W||RNC||88KG|
|2011||No Gi Worlds||Otavio Sousa||W||Pts: 4x0||88KG|
|2011||No Gi Worlds||Pablo Popovitch||W||Pts: 4x0||88KG|
|2011||UFC Expo||Bruno Bastos||W||Pts: 2x0||ABS|
|2012||European Open||Roberto Alencar||L||N/A||94KG|
|2012||European Open||Igor Silva||W||Kimura||ABS|
|2012||European Open||Bernardo Faria||L||Pts: 4x2||ABS|
|2012||Pan American||Igor Araújo||W||Points||94KG|
|2012||Pan American||Yuri Simoes||L||Adv||94KG|
|2012||World Pro.||Rodrigo Clark||W||Submission||88KG|
|2012||World Pro.||Roberto Fonseca||W||Points||88KG|
|2012||World Pro.||Vitor Toledo||L||Adv||88KG|
|2012||World Champ.||Dimitrius Souza||W||Referee Decision||88KG|
|2012||World Champ.||Romulo Barral||L||Pts: 5x2||88KG|
|2012||NoGi Worlds||Max Freitas||W||Kimura||94KG|
|2012||NoGi Worlds||Nivaldo Oliveira||W||Kata Gatame||94KG|
|2012||NoGi Worlds||Roberto Alencar||L||Referee Decision||94KG|
|2013||World Expo||Murilo Santana||D||N/A||ABS|
|2013||Metamoris 2||Andre Galvao||L||Referee Decision||ABS|
|2013||Brasileiro||Dimitrius Souza||L||Pts: 2x0||94KG|
|2013||World Champ.||Antonio Peinado||W||Pts: 5x0||100KG|
|2013||World Champ.||Joao Rocha||L||Pts: 10x0||100KG|
|2013||ADCC||Shinsho Anzai||W||Mounted triangle||88KG|
|2013||NoGi Worlds||Ricardo Rezende||W||Points||O100KG|
|2013||NoGi Worlds||Fabiano Scherner||W||Adv||O100KG|
|2014||European||Lucio Rodrigues||L||Pts: 2x0||100KG|
|2014||Pan American||Yuri Simoes||L||Adv||94KG|
|2014||World Champ.||Jackson Sousa||W||Pts: 2x0||94KG|
|2014||World Champ.||Andre Galvao||L||Pts: 5x0||94KG|
|2014||Five TX||Andrew Kimler||W||Kimura||ABS|
|2014||Five TX||Joshua Hayden||W||Pts: 10x0||ABS|
|2014||Five TX NoGi||Andrew Kimler||W||Kimura||ABS|
|2014||Five TX NoGi||Joshua Hayden||W||Pts: 10x0||ABS|
|2014||Five TX NoGi||Douglas Bueno||W||Ezekiel||94KG|
|2015||Curitiba No Gi||Wellington Peroto||W||Kimura||100KG|
|2015||Curitiba No Gi||Fernando Pires||W||North South choke||100KG|
|2015||Curitiba No Gi||Unknown||W||N/A||ABS|
|2015||Curitiba Open||Hugo Britto||W||Submission||94KG|
|2015||Curitiba Open||Jurandir Conceicao||W||Armbar||94KG|
|2015||Curitiba Open||K. Moura||W||Submission||ABS|
|2015||Curitiba Open||Pedro Moura||W||Submission||ABS|
|2015||ADCC||Hidemi Mihara||W||Pts: 7x0||88KG|
|2015||ADCC||Rustam Chsiev||L||Referee Decision||88KG|
|2015||ADCC||Abdulkadirov Magomed||W||Pts: 5x0||ABS|
|2015||ADCC||Rodolfo Vieira||L||Pts: 5x0||ABS|
|2015||Houston Nat. Pro||Michael Liera||W||Pts: 0x0, Adv||94KG|
|2015||Houston Nat. Pro||Carlos Farias||W||Baseball Choke||ABS|
|2015||Houston Nat. Pro||Michael Liera||W||Pts: 7x0||ABS|
|2016||F2W 3||Ricardo Abreu||W||Arm in guillotine||ABS|
|2016||Respect Pro||Steve Patterson||W||Arm in Ezekiel||ABS|
|2016||F2W 7||Roberto Abreu||W||Referee Decision||O100KG|
|2016||F2W 11||Tanner Rice||W||Cross choke||ABS|
|2017||ADCC WC Trials||Marcus Almeida||L||Pts: 4x0||O99KG|
|2017||ADCC||Mahamed Aly||W||Pts: 3x0||99KG|
|2017||ADCC||Felipe Pena||L||Referee Decision||99KG|
|2017||ADCC||Jackson Sousa||L||Referee Decision||99KG|
|2018||F2W 64||Tim Spriggs||W||RNC||100KG|
|2018||F2W 95||Josh Hinger||W||Referee Decision||88KG|
|2019||F2W 104||Yuri Simoes||L||Referee Decision||ABS|
|2019||Polaris 9||Jake Shields||W||Referee Decision||92KG|
|2019||World Festival||Richie Martinez||W||Kimura||ABS|
|2020||Sub Stars||Roberto Abreu||L||Points||N/A|
|2020||F2W 141||Arnaldo Maidana||W||Mounted X choke||112KG|
|2020||F2W 144||Lucas Barbosa||L||Armbar||93KG|
|2020||F2W 147||Helton Jose||W||Armbar||93KG|
|2020||F2W 151||Tex Johnson||L||Referee Decision||126KG|
|2020||Oklahoma Open||Hunter Colvin||W||Mounted X choke||94KG|
|2020||Oklahoma Open||Victor Silva||W||Mounted X choke||94KG|
|2020||Oklahoma Open||Emilio Hernandez||W||Armbar||ABS|
|2020||Oklahoma Open||Rodrigo Tatu||W||Ezekiel||ABS|
|2020||BJJ Stars 4||Dimitrius Souza||L||Crucifix choke||94KG|
|2021||Dallas Open||Rafael Vasconcelos||W||Armbar||94KG|
|2021||Dallas Open||Yuri Santos||W||Armbar||94KG|
|2021||Dallas NGO||Yuri Santos||W||Armbar||92KG|
|2021||F2W 166||Gabriel Almeida||W||Kimura||N/A|
|2021||WNO 8||Gilbert Burns||L||Referee Decision||94KG|
|2021||Oklahoma Open||Charles McGuire||W||Submission||100KG|
|2021||Oklahoma Open||Eduardo Avelar||W||Choke||ABS|
|2021||Oklahoma Open||Leo Silva||W||Pts: 2x0||ABS|
|2021||Oklahoma NGO||Damion Oranday||W||Kata Gatame||ABS|
|2021||Oklahoma NGO||Todd Walling||W||Shoulder pressure||ABS|
|2021||F2W 177||Alexadre Ceconi||W||Referee Decision||100KG|
|2021||F2W 180||Gabriel Arges||W||Referee Decision||92KG|
|2021||NoGi Worlds||Fellipe Andrew||L||Pts: 4x0||97KG|
|2021||Raw GC||Adam Wardzinski||W||Referee Decision||ABS|
|2021||UFC Inv.||Mike Wilcox||W||RNC||ABS|
|2021||UFC Inv.||Jon Piersma||D||N/A||ABS|
|2021||UFC Inv.||Travis Tooke||D||N/A||ABS|
|2022||Oklahoma Open||Jonathan Andrew||W||Armbar||100KG|
|2022||Oklahoma NGO||Hunter Colvin||W||Referee Decision||ABS|
|2022||Oklahoma NGO||Austin Oranday||W||Armbar||ABS|
|2022||European Open||Mikko Veijone||W||Armbar||O100KG|
|2022||European Open||Guilherme Jardim||W||Armbar||O100KG|
|2022||European Open||Yatan Bueno||W||Crucifix choke||O100KG|
|2022||European Open||Guilherme Bacha||W||Pts: 7x2||O100KG|
|2022||World Champ.||Erberth Santos||W||Pts: 4x2||O100KG|
|2022||World Champ.||Guilherme Augusto||L||Pts: 3x0||O100KG|
|2022||WNO 14||Nicholas Meregali||L||Referee Decision||93KG|
|2022||ADCC||Vinicius Trator||W||Pts: 2x0||99KG|
|2022||ADCC||Kaynan Duarte||L||Referee Decision||99KG|
|2022||ADCC||Nicholas Meregali||L||Pts: 0x0, Pen||99KG|
7. Rafael Lovato Junior’s Top Fight Links
Beatriz Mesquita vs Michelle Nicolini
Beatriz Mesquita vs Joaquina Bonfim
Beatriz Mesquita vs Luisa Monteiro
Beatriz Mesquita vs Sharol Siste