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Alexssandro Sodré, commonly known as Alex Sodré is a Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt under Rodrigo Feijão as well as one of the main light featherweight (64,00 kg / 141.5 lbs) competitors of his generation. Sodré became a well-known figure inside mainstream BJJ after his tremendous performances in the brown belt division, a time when he conquered titles in the IBJJF World Championship, ACBJJ South American Championship and UAEJJF Abu Dhabi Grand Slam (London + Los Angeles).

Alex Sodré Jiu-Jitsu

Full Name: Alexssandro Pinto Sodré

Nickname: N/A

Lineage: Carlos Gracie Carlson Gracie > André Pederneiras > Rodrigo Feijão > Alexssandro  Sodré

Main Achievements:

  • 1st Place IBJJF World Championship NoGi (2019)
  • 1st Place CBJJ Brazilian Nationals NoGi (2019)
  • 1st Place UAEJJF Grand Slam, RJ (2019)
  • 1st Place IBJJF São Paulo Open (2018)
  • 2nd Place CBJJ Brazilian Nationals (2019)

Main Achievements (Colored Belts):

  • 1st Place IBJJF World Championship (2017 brown)
  • 1st Place CBJJ Brazilian Nationals (2015 blue, 2016 purple)
  • 1st Place ACBJJ South American Championship (2018 brown)
  • 1st Place IBJJF South Brazilian Championship (2016 purple)
  • 1st Place UAEJJF Grand Slam, London (2018 brown)
  • 1st Place UAEJJF Grand Slam, Los Angeles (2017 brown)
  • 1st Place IBJJF São Paulo BJJ Pro (2016 purple, 2017 brown)
  • 1st Place IBJJF Rio BJJ Pro (2016 purple)
  • 3rd Place CBJJ Brazilian Nationals (2017/2016 brown)
  • 3rd Place UAEJJF Abu Dhabi Pro (2018 brown)

Favorite Position/Technique: 50/50 Guard

Weight Division: Peso Pluma (64,00 kg / 141.5 lbs)

Team/Association: Clube Feijão JJ

Alex Sodré Biography

Alexssandro Sodré was born on September 9, 1996, in Manaus, the capital of the vast state of Amazonas. The heart of the Amazon Jungle.

Growing up Sodré dreamed of one day becoming a professional football (soccer) player, playing for a youth squad in a local team as a child. It was only at the age of 12, in August 2009 that Alex discovered jiu-jitsu.

As Sodré walked home from school he saw a man painting the outside of a building’s walls which had a “Jiu-Jitsu Academy” sign. Alex was curious and interrupted the man to ask a few questions, being invited to the school’s grand opening that week. The man painting the site was Othon Servalho, the gym’s coach and a person with significant importance in Alex’s future development in the sport. It was Servalho who, not only coached and supported Sodré for many years but also offered Sodré his very first gi as his family could not afford one.

By 2013 blue belt Alex Sodré was competing for every tournament inside Manaus’ borders and doing very well. He believed this sport was where he wanted to take his life, but living in Amazonas with very little funding it would be hard to breakthrough. Fully supported by coach Servalho, Alex started looking for alternatives in the biggest Brazilian BJJ poles: Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo.

Helped by a good friend, Master Laércio Fernandes, Sodré contacted coach Fábio Andrade of Nova União Bangú. One of the biggest grappling institutions in the country at the time, but as Andrade did not have space left, the second suggestion was the legendary black belt Rodrigo Feijão. Rodrigo was also running a full-time jiu-jitsu scholarship program in the city of Maringá – state of Paraná and was receptive to the idea. After a 3 month probation period, Alex Sodré finally got the OK to move into the competitor’s house. A place that housed 14 other BJJ athletes.

Living in a house where everyone had the same objectives and was committed to the idea of becoming a world champion vastly improved Alex Sodré’s jiu-jitsu. Living and breathing BJJ 24/7 made Sodré one of the most feared light-featherweights in the country.

On May 7, 2018 – after conquering a bronze medal at the brown belt CBJJ Brazilian National Championship, Alex Sodré registered for the IBJJF World Championship. Before his trip to the United States for the Mundial camp, coach Rodrigo Feijão called Alex to the gym under the pretext of a photoshoot with all the teammates who also conquered medals at the ‘Brasileiro’. When Sodré got there, Feijão gifted him with his black belt in an unexpected but joyful occasion.

Alex Sodre Grappling Record

34 WINS
  • BY POINTS
    21 (62%)
  • BY ADVANTAGES
    0 (0%)
  • BY SUBMISSION
    11 (32%)
  • BY DECISION
    2 (6%)
  • BY PENALTIES
    0 (0%)
  • BY DQ
    0 (0%)

11 SUBMISSIONS WINS

#214eb8
Armbar
45
5
#86e620
50/50 armbar
36
4
#5AD3D1
Choke from back
9
1
#d1212a
Armlock
9
1
11
(100%) SUBMISSIONS
8 LOSSES
  • BY POINTS
    3 (38%)
  • BY ADVANTAGES
    2 (25%)
  • BY SUBMISSION
    2 (25%)
  • BY DECISION
    1 (13%)
  • BY PENALTIES
    0 (0%)
  • BY DQ
    0 (0%)

2 SUBMISSIONS LOSSES

#214eb8
Arm in ezekiel
50
1
#86e620
Straight ankle lock
50
1
2
(100%) SUBMISSIONS

Alex Sodre Fight History

ID Opponent W/L Method Competition Weight Stage Year
16303Mikey MusumeciMikey MusumeciLArm in ezekielWorld Champ.64KG4F2018
16654Kennedy MacielKennedy MacielLPts: 2x0ACBJJ World65KGSF2018
16656Paulo MiyaoPaulo MiyaoLPts: 10x2ACBJJ World65KG3RD2018
18633Isaac DoederleinIsaac DoederleinLStraight ankle lockEuropean Open70KG4F2019
19260Joao MiyaoJoao MiyaoLReferee DecisionPan American64KGSF2019
19598Pedro ValencaLPointsCuritiba Pro70KGSF2019
19908Hiago GeorgeHiago GeorgeLAdvBrasileiro64KGF2019
20245Tiago BarrosTiago BarrosLPts: 4x4, AdvWorld Champ.64KG4F2019
16291Joseph Sun LeeWChoke from backWorld Champ.64KGR12018
16299Cleber SousaCleber SousaWPts: 4x0World Champ.64KGR22018
16980Ulysses FaguntesWArmbarFloripa W. Open70KG4F2018
16983Gabriel MachadoWPts: 6x2Floripa W. Open70KGSF2018
16984Mateus GarciaW50/50 armbarFloripa W. Open70KGF2018
17279Alexandre VieiraAlexandre VieiraWArmbarSao Paulo Open70KG4F2018
17282Nielton MendesW50/50 armbarSao Paulo Open70KGSF2018
17283Mateus GarciaW50/50 armbarSao Paulo Open70KGF2018
17781Francisco MenezesWArmbarManaus Open70KGSF2018
18628Sergio CalderonSergio CalderonWPts: 8x2European Open70KGR12019
18774Joao NetoJoao NetoWPts: 2x0South Brazilian70KGSF2019
18776Leandro LimaWPts: 4x0South Brazilian70KGF2019
19004Osmar TellesWN/ACuritiba SM. Open70KGSF2019
19006Leandro LimaWPts: 2x0Curitiba SM. Open70KGF2019
19253Lucas PinheiroLucas PinheiroW50/50 armbarPan American64KG8F2019
19257Fernando SoaresWArmbarPan American64KG4F2019
19903Yuta ShimadaYuta ShimadaWPointsBrasileiro64KG4F2019
19907Joao MiyaoJoao MiyaoWPts: 10x4Brasileiro64KGSF2019
20238Yuta ShimadaYuta ShimadaWPts: 8x2World Champ.64KGR22019
21124A. SantosWArmlockTeam Nationals77KGR12019
21347Pedro NejaimeWPointsBrasileiro NoGi67KG4F2019
21349Bernardo DibWPointsBrasileiro NoGi67KGSF2019
21350Danilo MoreiraWArmbarBrasileiro NoGi67KGF2019
21617Osmar TellesWN/ACuritiba Sp. Open70KGSF2019
21619Richar NogueiraRichar NogueiraWPointsCuritiba Sp. Open70KGF2019
21764Marcos SantosWPts: 12x0Grand Slam RJ69KGR12019
21768Bernardo DibWPts: 2x0Grand Slam RJ69KGR22019
21773Pedro NetoWPts: 8x6Grand Slam RJ69KG4F2019
21775Marlus SalgadoWPts: 10x6Grand Slam RJ69KGSF2019
21777Gabriel FigueiroGabriel FigueiroWPts: 6x2Grand Slam RJ69KGF2019
22258Thomas HalpinThomas HalpinWPts: 6x0NoGi Worlds67KG4F2019
22259Thiago CintraWPts: 5x2NoGi Worlds67KGR12019
22267Gabriel MarangoniGabriel MarangoniWReferee DecisionNoGi Worlds67KGSF2019
22269Gabriel SousaGabriel SousaWReferee DecisionNoGi Worlds67KGF2019

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