Romulo Barral - 3rd Degree BJJ Black Belt And Coach
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Table of Contents
- 1. Romulo Barral’s Details
- 2. Romulo Barral’s Biography
- 2.1. Romulo’s Family
- 2.2. Romulo’s Interest in MMA
- 2.3. Achieved his First Black Belt
- 2.4. Joined BJJ
- 2.5. First Coaches
- 2.6. Wish to Fight in MMA
- 2.7. Disciplined Person
- 2.8. Romulo Barral’s Training Routine
- 2.9. Romulo Barral’s Diet Routine
- 2.10. Unbeatable Techniques
- 2.11. Severe Injuries in 2007
- 2.12. Focused Only on BJJ
- 2.13. Relocated to USA
- 2.14. Romula Barral’s Students
- 2.15. Pulled out from ADCC 2019
- 2.16. Taught Jiu-Jitsu Techniques to Various MMA Fighters
- 2.17. Got Blood Infection
- 2.18. MMA Fight History
- 2.19. Romulo’s BJJ Pro Combats
- 3. Romulo Barral’s Historic Fights
- 3.1. Romulo Barral Vs. Rafael Lovato
- 3.2. Romulo Barral Vs. Keenan Cornelius
- 3.3. Romulo Barral Vs. Piter Frank
- 4. Romulo Barral Main Achievements
- 4.1. Main Achievements in International Tournaments
- 4.2. Romulo Barral S Main Achievements in Black Belt
- 5. Romulo Barral Profesional Record Break
- 6. Romulo Barral Fight History
- 7. Romulo Barral Top Fight Links
1. Romulo Barral’s Details
|Name||Romulo Claudio Barral|
|Born||Belo Horizonte, State of Minas Gerais, Brazil|
|Date of Birth||3-5-1982|
|Weight||88kg (194 lbs)|
|Weight Division||Meio Pesado 88 kg (194 lbs)|
|Last Weigh in||91kg|
|Current Affiliation||Gracie Barra Academy|
|Career Disclosed Earnings||N/A|
|Rank||3rd Degree Black Belt|
|Head Coach||Vinicius Magalhães|
|Last Fight||Fight to Win 152|
|Favorite Technique||Spider Guard and Triangle|
|Lineage||Carlos Gracie -> Helio Gracie -> Carlos Gracie Junior -> Vinicius Magalhães -> Romulo Barral|
|Team Association||Gracie Barra|
2. Romulo Barral’s Biography
Romulo Barral is a top BJJ athlete who is five times World Champion under the toughest coach, Vinicius Magalhães. He is a great coach and produces top athletes in his academy, Gracie Barra, Northridge. He is also on the list of “Top Ten Competitors of All Times”.
2.1. Romulo’s Family
Romulo Barral was brought up by his mother who worked as a school teacher. He had three sisters and one brother in his family.
Romulo Barral is happily married and lives in Northridge, California with his wife and two kids.
2.2. Romulo’s Interest in MMA
Like other boys in Brazil, Romulo Barral was influenced by movies and attracted by MMA. He started his journey in combat sports with striking martial arts and joined the Taekwondo gym at the age of eight years. He loved martial arts.
2.3. Achieved his First Black Belt
When Romulo turned 19, he achieved his Taekwondo Black Belt in striking-based combat sports. But he left Taekwondo training after getting Black Belt.
2.4. Joined BJJ
Romulo Barral wanted to learn BJJ so that he could be more efficient in MMA. He was excited to enroll in MMA competitions. To uplift his efficiency in MMA, he wanted to add some basic BJJ techniques to his MMA fight.
2.5. First Coaches
Romulo started his BJJ training at the age of 15 under Vinicius Magalhaes and Cristiano Lazzarini in Gracie Barra BH. Later Vinicius promoted him to Black Belt.
2.6. Wish to Fight in MMA
Romulo Barral had an extreme wish to fight in an MMA tournament. His wish came true in 2004. This was a difficult year for Romulo as his brother died in a motorcycle accident. The same year, Romulo Barral was invited to Arena Belo Horizonte.
Romulo made his debut in MMA and gave a fabulous performance. He submitted Fabiano Fabiano with RNC in his first fight and proved the importance of BJJ techniques in MMA.
2.7. Disciplined Person
Romulo Barral is an extraordinarily disciplined person. He followed his daily routine workout and balanced diet for years and did not miss a single day except vacations. He mentioned that he enjoys his disciplined routine. If his routine remains disturbed for more than three days. It starts to bother him.
Romulo Barral believed that to follow big goals in life, efforts should also be big enough. Discipline is a very important thing to achieving long-term goals.
“There’s the hobby competition, but it’s the same thing. If I ask anyone that competes for a hobby: “Do you want to win or lose?” When you go to the competition, do you want to win or to lose?
Regardless of if you are a lawyer or a doctor… So the tip is: be resilient and disciplined. Discipline until your goal is achieved. You achieved your goal? More discipline to do it again”
2.8. Romulo Barral’s Training Routine
Romulo Barral divided his time between his BJJ training and his family. He has three training sessions in a day except for Wednesday. One session in the morning, the second training session at noon. After the second training session, he spends some time with his family till 6 pm.
After 6 pm, he has his last training session. He did his cardio session daily in the garage of his house except for Tuesdays. On Tuesday, he alternates this cardio session with a weightlifting session in a gym where he works with a coach.
Wednesday is a rest day for me because he takes only one training session. Saturday is fixed for conditioning. And Sunday is an active recovery day. He did not take a complete day off from workouts.
2.9. Romulo Barral’s Diet Routine
Romulo Barral is very conscious about his diet. In his team, he has a doctor in Brazil and a nutritionist in the USA. He eats simple food which contains proteins, carbs, and fibers. He eats three times a day.
Romulo also mentioned that he did not eat too much until he was full. He eats less which makes him completely fit. He is very conscious about the hydration diet as hydration was a problem for him in previous years.
He also takes cheat meals like burgers and beer but he did not take these on weekends. He takes cheat meals on a working day so they can be digested.
2.10. Unbeatable Techniques
One thing which made Romulo Barral an untouchable fighter is that he trained in MMA, Judo, and Wrestling along with BJJ. Various fighting techniques polished his skills. He is famous for his unpassable spider guard and X-guard. He also executes the best triangle choke which cannot be swept.
Romulo Barral is a somewhat offensive fighter and non-stop in his passing and playing guard. He is also famous for his sweep followed by an impassable guard, and knee slice. He is also good at submitting from any position.
“If you watch the best jiu-jitsu competitors, they all have something in common. They all know where they want to be in order to pass someone’s guard.”
2.11. Severe Injuries in 2007
For Romulo Barral, 2007 is also a challenging year. In 2007, Romulo got injured and also needed surgery. He got his upper body hurt due to some nerve damage. Nerve damage also affected his arm.
Romulo Barral is very strong and showed resilience to overcome his injuries. After intensive medical care and the best physiotherapy, Romulo Barral returned to the fighting world with a stronger body.
2.12. Focused Only on BJJ
Romulo Barral thought MMA was not his career. He wanted to continue his journey in BJJ. His choice brought him to the horizon of international fame.
Romulo Barral did not think like other fighters who thought to become efficient MMA fighters, No-Gi training is effective. Romulo stuck with Gi training and proved the effectiveness of Gi training in MMA fights.
2.13. Relocated to USA
Romulo Barral relocated to the USA in 2010 and started teaching in a school named Alberto Cranes School situated in Los Angeles. In 2011, he opened his academy known as Gracie Barra Academy in Northridge, California. Soon his academy earned international fame.
2.14. Romula Barral’s Students
There is a big list of Romulo Barral’s students who earned international recognition. Some of his Black Belts are Felipe “Preguica” Pena, Victor Silverio, Edwin Najmi and Gabriel Arges.
2.15. Pulled out from ADCC 2019
Romulo Barral pulled himself out from ADCC 2019 when the roster was set. He upset the BJJ fans and organizers of the event after removing him from the list of the 99 kg divisions with little time left between the ADCC Championship.
He mentioned that he has to change his priorities and wants to focus on his students and the gym as his students including Edwin Najmi, Servio Tuliost, Felipe Pena, Gabriel Arges, and Orlando Sanchez are ready to participate.
“Guys, I decided not to fight ADCC, my focus is no longer about me, I will have 5 students fighting and they will be my focus, I’ve done what had to be done in competitions, my purpose is now much bigger, there are still some super fights I would like to do and hope it can happen as soon as possible, I keep training hard because I like to be always ready feeling good, here some videos trying some leglocks which is not my forte but we are always ready to evolve. I can guarantee that the boys @felipepenabjj @edwinnajmi @gabrielarges @serviotuliost @ orlandogb72 will be ready to perform.”
2.16. Taught Jiu-Jitsu Techniques to Various MMA Fighters
Romulo Barral proved that BJJ techniques helped in MMA fights. After his speedy success in both BJJ and MMA, many big names in MMA including Jason “Mayhem” Miller, Dan Henderson, and King Mo contacted him and trained under him to learn various BJJ techniques helpful in MMA fights.
2.17. Got Blood Infection
Romulo Barral was hospitalized in September 2022 due to a blood infection, Spondylodiscitis. According to him, when he was in Spain for his seminar, he woke up in pain and thought of some post-training fatigue. He went to a seminar after taking some painkillers but the pain got severe.
He spent the night before the last seminar with pains and shivers. But he attended his seminar in pain. His brother helped him as he sat on the tatami and his brother performed various positions.
His doctor diagnosed it as a blood infection and he spent 16 days in the hospital with antibiotics. After 16 days, he was allowed to go home but had to take medicines. Now he returned to his gym stronger than before.
2.18. MMA Fight History
Romulo Barral fought two matches in MMA and won both matches by RNC. He won his first match in 2004 when he also started training BJJ so that he can make his MMA fights better. BJJ fighting techniques helped him so much that big names in MMA also learned BJJ techniques from him later.
|9/10/2004||Arena BH- Arena Belo Horizonte||Fabiano Fabiano||W||Submission (Rear-Naked Choke)||1||0:00|
|28/2/2009||RITC 122- Rage in the Cage 122||Adrian Valdez||W||Submission (Rear-Naked Choke)||2||1:20|
2.19. Romulo’s BJJ Pro Combats
Promoted to Black Belt
Romulo Barral restlessly and speedily succeeded in BJJ. He became a strong competitor in his Brown Belt and Purple Belt stage. Then he was promoted to Black Belt in 2005 by Vinicius “Draculino” when he was training in Gracie Barra.
Five Times World Champion
Romulo Barral is a five times World Champion with Black Belt. Just after getting his Black Belt, he started winning various international championships. He won the gold medal in the IBJJF World championship 2007 under the 88kg division and also won silver in the absolute division in the same year.
After taking a break in 2008, he became gi and No-Gi world champion in 2009. He continuously won the world championships for three consecutive years from 2012 to 2014.
Bring Five Medals in 2007
Besides a challenging year, 2007 is also a winning year for Romulo Barral. Barral won five Gold medals in 2007, all in international championships. He earned two gold medals in the IBJJF Pan championship, both in 88kg and in the absolute division. He was also the champion in CBJJ Brazilian Nationals in 2007.
He is also a gold and silver medalist in the IBJJF World Championship in 88kg and absolute weight respectively.
The ADCC Championships: His Journey From 2007 to 2013
He appeared in ADCC for the first time in 2007 but did not stay much and left the championship in the quarter-final match, losing against Tarsis Humphreys by Footlock. For the next two attempts, Barrel also did not qualify for the finals but did not lose hope. In 2013 he made it with his hard work.
In ADCC 2013, the 88 kg weight division contains the most competitive grapplers like Keenan Cornelius and Rafael Lovato. Romulo Barral brought gold home after an outstanding fight of 30 minutes against Rafael Lovato.
He was very passionate about ADCC 2013 as he said after winning the 2013 ADCC:
“This tournament was very important. It was unacceptable for me to lose.”
European Open Champion Twice
Romulo Barral is two times European champion. In 2013, he won the gold medal in the 88 kg weight category, and in 2016, he won both the 88 kg and absolute weight championships.
Before his 2013 European championship, he stated in the answer to a question,
“I’m ready and really happy to get to participate in my first European Open. We’re aiming for a first title in Lisbon. I’ve been preparing for it ever since the Pro League. I didn’t stop for Christmas or for New Year’s. I’ve got a strong team at the academy. I managed to set up a really good competition team. I’ve been training with my students and teammates every day. I’ve got a number of Gracie Barra black belts training with me, like Rodrigo Freitas, Bruno Antunes, Lucas Rocha, Otavio Sousa, Rafael Tinoco and Magidinho, as well as my own black belts Cristian Belo, Larry Scot and Ben Saloman. All of them help me, and on top of that there’s my physical conditioning trainer Leo Frincu.”
Defeated BJJ Legends
Romulo Barral defeated various BJJ legends and toughest athletes in various fights like Saulo Ribeiro, Xandro Ribeiro, Bernardo Faria, Leandro Lo, Lucas Barbosa, Keenan Cornelius, and Rafael Lovato Jr.
Opened Gracie Barra Academy
In Northridge, USA Romulo Barral opened his own academy named Gracie Barra Academy, Northridge in August 2011. His academy became famous due to various top-class athletes. Romulo retired from BJJ and has prioritized his academy and students at the top of his priority list.
Romulo Barral stuck to the system which was designed by Master Carlos Gracie Jr. He offers everyone who wants to get fit, release stress or learn excellent Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu techniques. People of every age, every country, and every need are welcomed at Gracie Barra Northridge.
Romulo Barral’s Online BJJ Lessons
Romulo Barral started his online courses for BJJ students from Brazil and everywhere in the World. He started his Youtube channel on which he is coaching his students. Romulo Barral is not just a good BJJ practitioner and a coach but also a great social media personality who got a lot of followers.
Romulo Barral let his Students become European Champions
Romulo Barral proved himself a good leader, a humble man, and a selfless teacher by giving his two students the title of World Champion in the European Open 2016.
In the 2016 IBJJF European, Romulo was against his student Felipe in the final who hurt his arm due to resisting an armbar in the semifinal. Romulo let his students win the title of world champion.
In the middle heavyweight category, Romulo found another student in the final. He also let him win the championship and proved himself a great leader and the best coach.
Edwin Najmi, a top athlete by Barral said:
“Show me another person in jiujitsu that would make it to the finals and give both titles to his students —> living legend, true champion.”
3. Romulo Barral’s Historic Fights
3.1. Romulo Barral Vs. Rafael Lovato
Romulo Barral faced Rafael Lovato in the 2013 ADCC final match. Both competitors are top athletes and world champions.
Lovato took down Romulo Barral at the beginning and applied Heel Hook. Romulo who is famous for sweeping got his foot free actively and took him down with the knee on his belly and scored two points.
Romulo succeeded to take Lovato’s back and also pass a guard but Lovato escaped. At the end of the match, Romulo again succeeded to get back at Lovato and applied RNC until time out. Romulo won the match by points.
3.2. Romulo Barral Vs. Keenan Cornelius
Romulo Barral faced Keenan Cornelius in the 2013 ADCC Semi-final. Both competitors are World Champions and fought with great energy. Keenan Cornelius was newly Black Belt in 2013 but nobody can deny his achievements in the Brown Belt division.
At the start of the match, Keenan Cornelius tried to pull down Romulo by taking both his legs but Romulo countered with a lethal Guillotine Choke. When he tried to take his back, Kennan took this opportunity and actively escaped.
Romulo Barral tried to strangle the neck of Cornelius but Cornelius moved around and took Barral’s back. Due to the imbalanced position of Keenan, Romulo escaped from his grip and once again went for Guillotine.
In the whole match, both participants are equally energetic. Romulo won the match for scoring more points and the same year he took the ADDC Gold medal with him.
3.3. Romulo Barral Vs. Piter Frank
Romulo Barral faced Peter Frank in the quarter-final of Pan Championship 2017. Both competitors are greatly energetic from the start of the match.
Piter started by taking down Romulo and tried to mount him. But Romulo did not let him mount and scored two points for the active sweep.
Piter immediately balanced the score with a sweep as a counter back of the full mount. Piter tried to take this opportunity and take down Romulo. But Romulo actively escaped and went for the single leg.
Romulo Barral again scored two points for taking down Piter and succeeded to take his back. At the end of the match, Romulo submitted Piter with Bow and Arrow.
|2017||Pan Championship||Piter Frank||Win||Bow and Arrow||Quarterfinal||Middleweight|
4. Romulo Barral Main Achievements
4.1. Main Achievements in International Tournaments
|2006||CBJJ Brazilian National||Medium Heavyweight|
|2006||Asian Championship||Medium Heavyweight|
|2007||IBJJF World Championship||Medium Heavyweight|
|2007||IBJJF Pan Championship||Medium Heavyweight|
|2007||IBJJF Pan Championship||Absolute|
|2007||CBJJ Brazilian Nationals||Medium Heavyweight|
|2009||IBJJF World Championship||Medium Heavyweight|
|2009||IBJJF World NoGi Championship||Medium Heavyweight|
|2012||IBJJF World Championship||Medium Heavyweight|
|2013||IBJJF World Championship||Medium Heavyweight|
|2013||ADCC World Championship||Middleweight|
|2013||IBJJF European Open||Medium Heavyweight|
|2014||IBJJF World Championship||Medium Heavyweight|
|2016||IBJJF World Master Championship||Medium Heavyweight|
|2016||IBJJF European Open||Medium Heavyweight|
|2016||IBJJF European Open||Absolute|
4.2. Romulo Barral S Main Achievements in Black Belt
|2006||CBJJ Brazilian National||Black Belt||1st|
|2006||IBJJF World Championship||Black Belt||3rd|
|2006||IBJJF Pan Championship||Black Belt||3rd|
|2007||IBJJF World Championship||Black Belt||1st|
|2007||IBJJF Pan Championship||Black Belt||1st|
|2007||CBJJ Brazilian National||Black Belt||1st|
|2007||IBJJF World Championship||Black Belt||2nd|
|2009||IBJJF World Championship||Black Belt||1st|
|2009||IBJJF World NoGi Championship||Black Belt||1st|
|2009||IBJJF World Championship||Black Belt||2nd|
|2009||IBJJF Pan Championship||Black Belt||2nd|
|2010||IBJJF World Championship||Black Belt||2nd|
|2011||IBJJF World Championship||Black Belt||2nd|
|2012||IBJJF World Championship||Black Belt||1st|
|2013||ADCC World Championship||Black Belt||1st|
|2013||IBJJF World Championship||Black Belt||1st|
|2013||IBJJF European Open||Black Belt||1st|
|2013||IBJJF Pan Championship||Black Belt||3rd|
|2013||IBJJF Pan Championship||Black Belt||3rd|
|2014||IBJJF World Championship||Black Belt||1st|
|2014||IBJJF World Championship||Black Belt||2nd|
|2016||IBJJF World Master Championship||Black Belt||1st|
|2016||IBJJF European Open||Black Belt||1st|
|2016||IBJJF Pan Championship||Black Belt||2nd|
|2016||IBJJF World Championship||Black Belt||2nd|
|2017||IBJJF World Championship||Black Belt||3rd|
|2017||IBJJF Pan Championship||Black Belt||3rd|
5. Romulo Barral Profesional Record Break
5.1. Romulo Barral Record Breakdown
|148 Matches||107 Wins||41 Losses|
5.2. Romulo Barral’s Submission Methods
|Method||61 Wins||8 Loses|
|Choke from Back||2||1|
|Mounted X Lock||9||0|
|Knee on Belly||1||0|
|North South Choke||1||0|
|Bow and Arrow||1||0|
6. Romulo Barral Fight History
|2005||Grapplers Quest||Unknown||W||North-south choke||NA|
|2006||Pan American||Joao Faria||W||Armbar||88KG|
|2006||Pan American||Demian Maia||L||Pts: 4x2||88KG|
|2006||World Champ.||Joao Oliveira||W||Kimura||88KG|
|2006||World Cup||Delson Heleno||L||Choke||88KG|
|2006||Brasileiro||Demian Maia||W||Brabo choke||88KG|
|2006||Brasileiro||Fabio Trindade||W||Cross choke||88KG|
|2006||Brasileiro||Demian Maia||L||Referee Decision||ABS|
|2007||Brasileiro||Alexandre Souza||W||Referee Decision||88KG|
|2007||Pan American||F. Sabatini||W||Mounted X choke||88KG|
|2007||Pan American||Marcel Louzado||W||Points||88KG|
|2007||Pan American||Tarsis Humphreys||W||Pts: 2x2, Adv||88KG|
|2007||Pan American||Rafael Lovato||W||Points||ABS|
|2007||Pan American||Tarsis Humphreys||W||Pts: 6x6, Adv||ABS|
|2007||ADCC Trials||Thales Leite||W||Points||88KG|
|2007||ADCC Trials||Tarsis Humphreys||L||Points||88KG|
|2007||ADCC||Chris Moriarty||W||Heel hook||88KG|
|2007||ADCC||Tarsis Humphreys||L||Foot Locker||88KG|
|2007||World Champ.||Rogel Monsalve||W||Flying triangle||88KG|
|2007||World Champ.||Joao Felipe||W||Mounted X choke||88KG|
|2007||World Champ.||Saulo Ribeiro||W||Pts: 6x0||88KG|
|2007||World Champ.||Uematsu Naoya||W||Choke from back||ABS|
|2007||World Champ.||Luis Theodoro||W||Cross choke||ABS|
|2007||World Champ.||Alexandre Ribeiro||W||Pts: 0x0, Adv||ABS|
|2007||World Champ.||Roger Gracie||L||Choke from back||ABS|
|2007||NoGi Pan Am.||Saulo Ribeiro||L||Referee Decision||88KG|
|2009||Pan American||Cameron Diffley||W||Cross choke||88KG|
|2009||Pan American||Unknown||W||Cross choke||ABS|
|2009||Pan American||Roberto Abreu||W||Pts: 3x0||ABS|
|2009||Pan American||Braga Neto||L||N/A||ABS|
|2009||World Champ.||Eduardo Santoro||W||Pts: 6x0||88KG|
|2009||World Champ.||Victor Estima||W||Choke||88KG|
|2009||World Champ.||Tarsis Humphreys||W||Referee Decision||88KG|
|2009||World Champ.||Roger Gracie||L||Cross choke||ABS|
|2009||NoGi Worlds||Jared Nathason||W||Kimura||88KG|
|2010||World Pro.||Alexandre Ceconi||L||Pts: 3x2||92KG|
|2010||World Champ.||Paulo Azambuja||W||Brabo choke||88KG|
|2010||World Champ.||Jared Nathanson||W||Knee on belly||88KG|
|2010||World Champ.||Murilo Santana||W||Points||88KG|
|2010||World Champ.||Gustavo Campos||W||Cross choke||88KG|
|2010||World Champ.||Tarsis Humphreys||L||Leglock||88KG|
|2010||World Champ.||Diego Herzog||W||Choke||ABS|
|2010||World Champ.||Bernardo Faria||W||Triangle||ABS|
|2010||World Champ.||Alexandre Ribeiro||W||Pts: 0x0, Adv||ABS|
|2011||World Pro.||Tarsis Humphreys||W||Pts: 3x0||83KG|
|2011||World Pro.||Vinicius Corrales||L||Pts: 6x4||83KG|
|2011||World Champ.||Zak Maxwell||W||Pts: 7x4||ABS|
|2011||World Champ.||Rodrigo Caporal||L||Pts: 2x2, Adv||ABS|
|2011||World Champ.||Eduardo Telles||W||Pts: 2x2, Adv||88KG|
|2011||World Champ.||Eduardo Santoro||W||Pts: 5x0||88KG|
|2011||World Champ.||Sergio Moraes||L||Pts: 4x2||88KG|
|2011||ADCC||Kyle Griffin||L||Pts: 2x0||88KG|
|2012||SD World Trials||Kevin Casey||W||Points||92KG|
|2012||SD World Trials||Alexandre Ribeiro||L||Pts: 2x0||92KG|
|2012||Brasileiro||Paulinho Baraúna||W||Pts: 17x2||88KG|
|2012||Brasileiro||Alexandre Ceconi||W||Referee Decision||ABS|
|2012||Brasileiro||Antonio Carlos||L||Pts: 4x0||ABS|
|2012||World Champ.||Tatsuya Kondo||W||Submission||ABS|
|2012||World Champ.||Diego Hertzog||W||Points||ABS|
|2012||World Champ.||Antonio Carlos||L||Pts: 2x0||ABS|
|2012||World Champ.||Gabriel Rocha||W||Choke||88KG|
|2012||World Champ.||Marcos Souza||W||Points||88KG|
|2012||World Champ.||Diego Hertzog||W||Pts: 4x2||88KG|
|2012||World Champ.||Rafael Lovato||W||Pts: 5x2||88KG|
|2012||World Champ.||Diogo Sampaio||W||Mounted X choke||88KG|
|2012||IBJJF Pro League||Raul Castillo||W||Pts: 21x0||94KG|
|2012||IBJJF Pro League||Otavio Sousa||W||Armbar||94KG|
|2012||IBJJF Pro League||Andre Galvao||W||Referee Decision||94KG|
|2012||Rio Open||Gesse Filho||W||Inverted armbar||88KG|
|2012||Rio Open||Rodrigo Fajardo||W||Cross choke||88KG|
|2012||Rio Open||Abdelhakim Gouram||W||DQ||ABS|
|2012||Rio Open||Igor Silva||W||Mounted X choke||ABS|
|2012||NoGi Worlds||Unknown||W||Pts: 26x0||88KG|
|2012||NoGi Worlds||Felipe Bobrick||W||RNC||88KG|
|2012||NoGi Worlds||Pablo Popovitch||L||Pts: 3x0||88KG|
|2013||Miami Pro Trials||Marcel Gonclaves||W||Points||85KG|
|2013||European Open||Renato Cardoso||W||Points||88KG|
|2013||European Open||Rodrigo Fajardo||W||Mounted X choke||88KG|
|2013||Pan American||Matt Jubera||W||Points||88KG|
|2013||Pan American||Abmar Barbosa||W||Cross choke||88KG|
|2013||Pan American||Gustavo Campos||L||Pts: 10x4||88KG|
|2013||World Pro||Andre Galvao||L||Verbal tap||88KG|
|2013||World Champ.||Gustavo Campos||W||Pts: 3x0||88KG|
|2014||World Pro.||Nivaldo Oliveira||W||Kimura||88KG|
|2014||World Pro.||Marcus Vinicius||W||Cross choke||88KG|
|2014||World Pro.||Andre Galvao||L||Pts: 2x0||88KG|
|2014||World Champ.||Adeildo José Silva||W||Choke||88KG|
|2014||World Champ.||Abmar Barbosa||W||Submission||88KG|
|2014||World Champ.||Gustavo Campos||W||DQ||88KG|
|2015||ADCC||Yuri Simoes||L||Pts: 3x0||88KG|
|2015||ADCC||Rustam Chsiev||L||Referee Decision||88KG|
|2015||ADCC||Vagner Rocha||L||Pts: 2x0||ABS|
|2015||Berkut 2||Andre Galvao||L||Pts: 1x0||ABS|
|2016||European Open||Martin Aedma||W||Kimura||88KG|
|2016||European Open||Josh Hinger||W||Mounted X choke||88KG|
|2016||European Open||Diogo Sampaio||W||Mounted X choke||88KG|
|2016||European Open||Andreas Perales||W||Mounted X choke||ABS|
|2016||European Open||Daniel Cobb||W||Cross choke||ABS|
|2016||European Open||Patrick Gaudio||W||Cross choke||ABS|
|2016||European Open||Jackson Sousa||W||Choke from back||ABS|
|2016||Pan American||Ruan Oliveira||W||Cross choke||88KG|
|2016||Pan American||Pedro Mello||W||Choke||88KG|
|2016||Pan American||Murilo Santana||W||Pts: 4x2||88KG|
|2016||Pan American||Leandro Lo||L||Pts: 2x0||88KG|
|2016||World Pro||Romario Martins||W||Armlock||85KG|
|2016||World Pro||Arturi Salas||W||Pts: 14x0||85KG|
|2016||World Pro||Igor Sousa||W||Cross choke||85KG|
|2016||World Pro||Claudio Calasans||L||Kneebar||85KG|
|2016||World Champ.||Vicente Cavalcanti||W||Cross choke||88KG|
|2016||World Champ.||Murilo Santana||W||Pts: 2x0||88KG|
|2016||World Champ.||Patrick Gaudio||W||Cross choke||88KG|
|2016||World Champ.||Leandro Lo||L||Pts: 5x0||88KG|
|2016||World Champ.||Nathan Mendlesohn||W||Choke||ABS|
|2016||World Champ.||Igor Silva||W||Cross choke||ABS|
|2016||World Champ.||Erberth Santos||L||Pts: 11x2||ABS|
|2016||Berkut 3||Yuri Simoes||L||Referee Decision||ABS|
|2016||Grand Slam RJ||Erick Barbosa||W||Points||94KG|
|2016||Grand Slam RJ||Helton Jose||W||Pts: 5x0||94KG|
|2016||Grand Slam RJ||Alexandre Ribeiro||L||Pts: 0x0, Adv||94KG|
|2017||Pan American||Piter Frank||W||Bow and arrow||82KG|
|2017||Pan American||Josh Hinger||W||Cross choke||82KG|
|2017||Pan American||Isaque Bahiense||L||Pts: 4x2||82KG|
|2017||World Champ.||Adriano Candido||W||Armbar||88KG|
|2017||World Champ.||Lucas Barbosa||W||Pts: 0x0, Adv||88KG|
|2017||World Champ.||Patrick Gaudio||L||Referee Decision||88KG|
|2017||ADCC||Kit Dale||W||Short choke||88KG|
|2018||ACB 10||Arnaldo Maidana||W||Mounted X choke||85KG|
|2018||ACBJJ 13||AJ Sousa||W||Cross choke||85KG|
|2018||ACBJJ 14||Lucas Barbosa||L||Points||85KG|
|2019||Kasai 5||Marcos Tinoco||L||Pts: 4x1||79KG|
|2019||Third Coast III||Jake Shields||W||Referee Decision||86KG|
|2020||F2W 150||Tanner Rice||W||Referee Decision||100KG|
|2020||F2W 152||Gabriel Almeida||L||Referee Decision||91KG|
7. Romulo Barral Top Fight Links
Romulo Barral VS Bernardo Faria / World Championship 2010
BJJ Scout Bsides: Romulo Barral v Rafael Lovato Jr ADCC 2013 -88kg final
Romulo Barral VS Rafael Lovato Jr. / Pan Championship 2007
BJJ Scout Bsides: Romulo Barral v Keenan Cornelius ADCC China 2013 -88kg Semi-Final
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