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Amy Campo is a jiu-jitsu black belt under Eduardo Mori and a member of the Zenith Team (Utah, USA), a squad she represents on the global grappling circuit. Campo made her reputation as one of the top grapplers of her generation while competing in the colored belt divisions of the International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation (IBJJF) where she conquered World titles (gi & no-gi) as well as Pan-American and American no-gi titles.

Amy Campo Jiu-Jitsu

Full Name: Amy Scot Campo

Nickname: N/A

Lineage: Carlos Gracie > George Gracie > Octávio de Almeida > Roberto Lage > Eduardo Mori > Amy Campo

Main Achievements:

  • 1st Place IBJJF World Championship (2021** brown)
  • 1st Place IBJJF World Championship NOGI (2018 purple)
  • 1st Place IBJJF Pan Championship NOGI (2021** brown)
  • 1st Place IBJJF American Nationals NOGI (2019** purple, 2020**/2021** brown)
  • 2nd Place IBJJF World Championship (2018 purple)

Main Achievements (Juvenile):

  • 1st Place IBJJF American Nationals (2017)
  • 2nd Place IBJJF Pan Championship (2017)
  • 3rd Place IBJJF Pan Championship (2017*)
  • 3rd Place IBJJF American Nationals (2017*)

* Absolute
** Weight & Absolute

Favorite Position/Technique: Traditional Guard-Player

Weight Division: Meio-Pesado (74 kg / 163.1 lb)

Team/Association: Zenith

Amy Campo Biography

Amy Campo was born on January 30, 2000, in Utah, United States, growing up in the Sunset and Riverdale cities, near Ogden, Utah.

Although interested in sports from a young age, Amy’s family could not afford Campo’s sporting tuition aside from a short-lived experience with dancing classes. As time passed, however, her family gradually overcame a few of its financial struggles and managed to afford martial arts classes for Amy’s older brother, Ryder (6 years her elder).

When she turned 13, Amy’s father took her to watch one of Ryder’s martial arts classes. During class, while sitting on the sidelines, Campo’s dad asked her if she would like to join the class as well, a question she answered affirmatively. This decision would resonate across the grappling world in the following years.

Starting on April 18, 2013, Amy practiced an array of combat sports such as kickboxing, MMA, and jiu-jitsu under Eduardo Mori – the style she opted to focus on more vehemently as time progressed.

Climbing the BJJ belt ranks through the kids’ program, Amy became a member of the adults class as soon as she was of age while progressing rapidly through the sport thanks to her many competitive achievements. Achievements that, ultimately, led to Campo’s black belt promotion from coach Mori as she stood on top of the 2021 IBJJF World Championships podium steps, after her double gold performance in the tournament on the 15th of December.

Although a natural talent, much of Amy Campo’s competitive success was owed to coach Eduardo Mori, a statement verified by Campo herself in an interview given to BJJ Heroes undertaken on February 23, 2022, where the Utah native explained about Mori:

Eddy is more than my coach or professor. When I was a teenager, we started having problems at home as tension grew between my parents and they divorced. It put stress on my relationships with my family. That was when Eddy stepped in, he started inviting me into his home as part of his family. He and his wife, Rachel, became my mentors for everything inside and outside the gym. They encouraged me to compete and helped with subsequent trips to Pan Ams, American Nationals, and Worlds“.

Amy Campo Grappling Record

26 WINS
  • BY POINTS
    4 (15%)
  • BY ADVANTAGES
    1 (4%)
  • BY SUBMISSION
    18 (69%)
  • BY DECISION
    3 (12%)
  • BY PENALTIES
    0 (0%)
  • BY DQ
    0 (0%)

18 SUBMISSIONS WINS

#214eb8
Armbar
44
8
#86e620
RNC
17
3
#5AD3D1
Violin armlock
6
1
#d1212a
Americana
6
1
#fad11b
Kneebar
6
1
#f58822
Bow and arrow
6
1
#224aba
Scissors choke
6
1
#ff9124
Verbal tap
6
1
#bf1f6c
Triangle
6
1
18
(100%) SUBMISSIONS
3 LOSSES
  • BY POINTS
    1 (33%)
  • BY ADVANTAGES
    0 (0%)
  • BY SUBMISSION
    1 (33%)
  • BY DECISION
    1 (33%)
  • BY PENALTIES
    0 (0%)
  • BY DQ
    0 (0%)

1 SUBMISSION LOSSES

#214eb8
Armbar
100
1
1
(100%) SUBMISSION

Amy Campo Fight History

ID Opponent W/L Method Competition Weight Stage Year
28940Kendall ReusingKendall ReusingLPts: 6x0ADCC EC TrialsO60KGF2021
32991Ana VieiraAna VieiraLArmbarWorld Champ.74KG4F2022
33016Gabrieli PessanhaGabrieli PessanhaLReferee DecisionWorld Champ.ABSF2022
28923Eve IsaacsWRNCADCC EC TrialsO60KGR12021
28931Paige IvetteWReferee DecisionADCC EC TrialsO60KGR22021
28937Hannah HarjoWViolin armlockADCC EC TrialsO60KG4F2021
28938Khadijah PeekWArmbarADCC EC TrialsO60KGSF2021
31469Estela FernandezWArmbarADCC WC TrialsO60KGR12022
31477Hannah HarjoWPts: 4x0ADCC WC TrialsO60KG8F2022
31478Maggie GrindattiMaggie GrindattiWAmericanaADCC WC TrialsO60KG4F2022
31482Elisabeth ClayElisabeth ClayWPts: 13x0ADCC WC TrialsO60KGSF2022
31484Paige IvetteWKneebarADCC WC TrialsO60KGF2022
32560Gloria ArmasWArmbarDenver NGO79KGRR2022
32562Gloria ArmasWBow and arrowDenver NGOABS4F2022
32563Hannah RauchWArmbarDenver NGOABSSF2022
32565Kira SungKira SungWReferee DecisionDenver NGOABSF2022
32579Amy CadwellWRNCDenver NGOABSSF2022
32580Erin JohnsonWScissors chokeDenver NGOABSF2022
32990Bruna MacielWVerbal tapWorld Champ.74KGR12022
33009Claire ThevenonWArmbarWorld Champ.ABSR22022
33013Yara SoaresYara SoaresWPts: 4x2World Champ.ABS4F2022
33015Ana VieiraAna VieiraWReferee DecisionWorld Champ.ABSSF2022
33342Jessica GuedryWArmbarAmerican Nat.ABSSF2022
33344Elisabeth ClayElisabeth ClayWPts: 4x4, AdvAmerican Nat.ABSF2022
33381Mariana RolsztMariana RolsztWN/AAmerican NGNABSSF2022
33382Luciana MotaLuciana MotaWArmbarAmerican NGNABSF2022
33444Barbara BarbosaWArmbarSal Lake COABSSF2022
33445Mayara CustodioWTriangleSal Lake COABSF2022
33450Mayara CustodioWRNCSal Lake CNGOABSF2022
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