Top 20 Martial Artist celebrities in Brazil

Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Martial Artist celebrities [Updated June 2, 2023].

1. Mayra Aguiar

Mayra Aguiar net worth 2020
Mayra Aguiar was born on August 3, 1991 in Porto Alegre, Brazil.
She won the gold medal at the Pan American Championships in 2010 in the Half-Heavyweight division. 

2. Rodrigo Medeiros

Rodrigo Medeiros net worth 2020
Rodrigo Medeiros was born on January 11, 1977 in Brazil.
He is known for having founded the Brasa Jiu Jitsu camp in Buzios, Rio de Janeiro. He has won first place at multiple championships including in the CBJJO Copa do Mundo Championships, the CBJJ Pan American Championships, and the CBJJ World Championships. 

3. Romulo Barral

Romulo Barral net worth 2020
Romulo Barral was born on May 3, 1983 in Brazil.
He founded his own Gracie Barra academy in southern California in 2011.

4. Bruno Malfacine

Bruno Malfacine was born on August 28, 1986 in Brazil.
He won the 2010 IBJJF European Open Championship. His 10 World Championship gold medals set the then-new record in 2018 for most by a single competitor. 

5. Joao Miyao

Joao Miyao was born on May 11, 1991 in Parana, Brazil.
He won the IBJJF Pan American Championship from 2014 to 2018. He has over 210,000 followers on his Instagram account.

6. Rudson Mateus

Rudson Mateus was born on July 15, 1995 in Brazil.
He started his own instructional jiu jitsu YouTube channel in 2018.

7. Tayane Porfírio

Tayane Porfírio was born on December 11, 1994 in Brazil.
In 2017, she accomplished the unprecedented feat of winning gold at the World, European, Pan Jiu-Jitsu and Brazilian Nationals in the same year, 

8. Thalison Vitorino Soares

Thalison Vitorino Soares was born on May 21, 1999 in Brazil.
He won the gold medal at the 2018 Abu Dhabi World Professional Jiu Jitsu Championship in April 2018 as a purple belt. He earned his brown belt in June 2018.  

9. Lucas Lepri

Lucas Lepri was born on September 19, 1984 in Brazil.
He won three straight World No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu Championships between 2009-2011. He also won four straight No-Gi Pan American Jiu-Jitsu Championships between 2009-2012.