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Royler Gracie (born December 6, 1965) is a Brazilian mixed martial arts fighter. He ran the Gracie Humaitá Jiu Jitsu school in Rio de Janiero Brazil for many years under his father Helio's direction, but now currently resides in San Diego, California.

Royler travels around the world teaching seminars, but still finds time to coach some of his Jiu Jitsu proteges such as Fabricio Camoes, a MMA fighter who trains out of The Arena gym in San Diego, California.

BiographyEdit

Royler is the brother of the fighters Rickson Gracie, Royce Gracie and Robin Gracie. He is the son of the co-founder of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, Helio Gracie and holds a 7th degree black belt in the style. [1]

Royler Gracie has competed in the black-belt ranks for 20 years. He is the only person to win the ADCC Submission Wrestling World Championship three consecutive years, and has won the ADCC more times than anyone else. Royler had a famous upset in the 2003 ADCC, losing to Eddie Bravo by triangle choke. Royler is a four-time World Jiu Jitsu Champion in the under 67 kg Black Belt Division.

Royler has a professional mixed martial arts record of five wins, four losses and one draw. He is the co-author of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu: Theory and Practice (with Renzo Gracie) and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Submission Grappling Techniques.

Media appearancesEdit

In a season 3 episode of the Wildboyz; Steve-O and Chris Pontius visit Brazil and attend the Gracie Jiu-Jitsu school in Rio De Janeiro. Royler takes on Chris Pontius and chokes him out, while female student Leticia Ribeiro defeats Steve-O via armbar submission. [2]

Personal life Edit

Royler has 4 daughters; Rayna, Rayssa, Rhauani and Rarine, and his wife is called Vera Lucia Ribeiro Gracie.

Grappling credentialsEdit

ADCC World Submission Wrestling Championships:

  • ADCC record (13 wins -1 loss)
  • 2001 ADCC - Under 66KG: Gold
  • 2000 ADCC - Under 66KG: Gold

CBJJ World Championships:

  • 1999 Black Belt Pena: 1st Place
  • 1998 Black Belt Pena: 1st Place
  • 1997 Black Belt Pena: 1st Place, Black Belt Absolute: 3rd Place
  • 1996 Black Belt Pena: 1st Place

CBJJ Pan American Championships:

  • 1999 Black Belt Pena: 1st Place
  • 1997 Black Belt Pena: 1st Place

Mixed martial arts recordEdit

Result Opponent Method Event Title Date Round Time
Loss Japan flag Hideo Tokoro Decision (Unanimous) K-1 Premium 2006 Dynamite!! 12/31/2006 3 5:00
Loss Japan flag Kid Yamamoto KO (Punch) K-1 Hero's 3 09/07/2005 2 0:38
Win Japan flag Koji Yoshida Decision (Majority) K-1 Hero's 2 07/06/2005 2 5:00
Win Japan flag Kazuyuki Miyata Submission (Triangle Choke) Rumble on the Rock 6 11/20/2004 2 2:46
Loss Japan flag Genki Sudo KO (Punches) K-1 MMA ROMANEX 05/22/2004 1 3:40
Draw Japan flag Takehiro Murahama Draw DEEP: 1st Impact 01/08/2001 2 10:00
Loss Japan flag Kazushi Sakuraba Technical Submission (Kimura) PRIDE 8 11/21/1999 2 13:16
Win Japan flag Yuhi Sano Submission (Armbar) PRIDE 2 03/15/1998 1 33:14
Win Japan flag Noboru Asahi Submission (Rear Naked Choke) Vale Tudo Japan 1996 07-07-1996 1 5:07
Win 22px Ivan Lee Submission (Rear Naked Choke) Universal Vale Tudo Fighting 2 06-24-1996 1 1:33

ReferencesEdit

SourcesEdit

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