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Breno Bittencourt

Breno Bittencourt

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Breno Bittencourt is a Brazilian jiu jitsu black belt under Alan Moraes, and a representative of the Carlson Gracie lineage in the sport. A member of the Ares Jiu Jitsu/Alan Moraes BJJ (AMBJJ) association, one of the most fruitful branches of the Carlson Gracie Academy, Breno Bittencourt made a name for himself during his brown belt campaign, by conquering two Brazilian National titles, as well as a South American championship.

Breno Bittencourt Jiu Jitsu

Full Name: Breno Henrique Abreu Bittencourt

Nickname: n/a

Lineage: Mitsuyo Maeda > Carlos Gracie > Carlson Gracie > C. Gracie Júnior > Alan Moraes > Breno Bittencourt

Main Achievement:

  • USBJJF/IBJJF American No-Gi National Champion (2017)
  • IBJJF Los Angeles Open Champion (2018)
  • CBJJ Brazilian National Teams Championship 2nd Place (2016)
  • IBJJF Pan Championship 3rd Place (2018)

Main Achievement (Colored Belts):

  • CBJJ Brazilian National Champion (2015 brown)
  • CBJJ Brazilian National No-Gi Champion (2015 brown)
  • IBJJF South American Champion (2015 brown)
  • IBJJF Rio BJJ Pro Champion (2015 brown)
  • IBJJF Rio Fall International Open Champion (2015 brown)
  • IBJJF Rio Winter International Open Champion (2015 brown)
  • IBJJF European Open 3rd Place (2016 brown)

Favorite Position/Technique: Good overall game

Weight Division: Peso Leve (76kg/168lbs)

Team/Association: Ares BJJ

Breno Bittencourt Biography

Breno Bittencourt was born on July 7, 1989 in Rio de Janeiro – Brazil.

Having in his father a big no-holds-barred fan with combat experience, it didn’t take long for young Breno to have his first steps in martial arts, steps that took place at the age of 4 in judo class.

As a 13 year old Breno Bittencourt added jiu jitsu to his off-school activities, learning directly from a good friend of his father named Marco Aurélio. Over time, Bittencourt’s training was passed on to a few different instructors, namely Gabriel Wilcox (who promoted Breno to yellow belt) and Marco Túlio in Floripa (blue belt) before settling at Carlson Gracie team in Rio de Janeiro, with Alan Moraes.

While progressing through the belt system, Breno decided to take a 4 year hiatus to focus on his university degree in Information Technology. Once Bittencourt finished his degree, and found a job in the IT industry he went straight back into jiu jitsu’s competitive scene.

Even though he was equipped with his incredible talent, Breno struggled to break through in jiu jitsu. He soon acknowledged that the sport was no place for the part time grappler, and decided to meet the standard. He quit his full time job to work as a freelancer, so he could dedicate himself to being an athlete.

His hard work started bearing fruits in 2015, as Breno conquered numerous important titles. His hard work paid off with coach Alan Moraes promoting him to black belt on July 2016.

Breno Bittencourt Grappling Record

30 WINS
  • BY POINTS
    20 (67%)
  • BY ADVANTAGES
    2 (7%)
  • BY SUBMISSION
    7 (23%)
  • BY DECISION
    1 (3%)
  • BY PENALTIES
    0 (0%)
  • BY DQ
    0 (0%)

7 SUBMISSIONS WINS

#214eb8
Choke from back
43
3
#86e620
RNC
29
2
#5AD3D1
No arm triangle
14
1
#d1212a
Triangle
14
1
7
(100%) SUBMISSIONS
20 LOSSES
  • BY POINTS
    11 (55%)
  • BY ADVANTAGES
    1 (5%)
  • BY SUBMISSION
    7 (35%)
  • BY DECISION
    0 (0%)
  • BY PENALTIES
    0 (0%)
  • BY DQ
    1 (5%)

7 SUBMISSIONS LOSSES

#214eb8
Choke from back
43
3
#86e620
Toe hold
14
1
#5AD3D1
Darce choke
14
1
#d1212a
Triangle
14
1
#fad11b
Kneebar
14
1
7
(100%) SUBMISSIONS

Breno Bittencourt Fight History

ID Opponent W/L Method Competition Weight Stage Year
10176Claudevan OliveiraLKneebarRio Winter Open76KGR12016
10654Fabio CaloiFabio CaloiLToe holdFloripa Open76KGSF2016
12050Lucas LepriLucas LepriLChoke from backPan American76KG8F2017
13206Rodrigo FreitasRodrigo FreitasLPointsAmerican Nats76KG4F2017
13373Francisco IturraldeFrancisco IturraldeLDQSan Jose Open76KGF2017
13382Yuri SimoesYuri SimoesLPointsSan Jose OpenABSSF2017
13384Dustin AkbariLPointsSan Jose NGO79KGF2017
13627Victor SilverioVictor SilverioLPts: 0x0, AdvSan Diego Pro82KG4F2017
13831Gianni GrippoGianni GrippoLPointsAtlanta SM OpenABSSF2017
13833Pedro PalharesLDarce chokeAtlanta SM NGO85KGF2017
14039Alexandre MolinaroAlexandre MolinaroLPointsMiami Fall Open76KGSF2017
14506Lucas ValleLPts: 4x0NoGi Worlds79KGR12017
15079Michael LieraMichael LieraLPts: 6x4San Francisco Open82KGF2018
15192JT TorresJT TorresLTrianglePan American76KGSF2018
15520Nathan MendelsohnNathan MendelsohnLPointsSan Jose Open82KGF2018
15532Yuri SimoesYuri SimoesLPointsSan Jose OpenABSSF2018
15537Dustin AkbariLPointsSan Jose NGO79KGSF2018
16131Diego RamalhoDiego RamalhoLPts: 6x4ACB North AmericaABS8F2018
16256Jake MackenzieJake MackenzieLChoke from backWorld Champ.76KGR22018
18909Andris BrunovskisAndris BrunovskisLChoke from backPortland Open82KGF2019
10128Marcelo YoshiWPts: 21x0JJ Olimpico GP76KG4F2016
10129Luciano IzziWPts: 12x0JJ Olimpico GP76KGSF2016
10130Phillipe IorioWTriangleJJ Olimpico GP76KGF2016
10410Igor FerreiraWRNCBrasileiro Equipes76KGSF2016
10413Sérgio BeniniWPointsBrasileiro Equipes76KGF2016
10653Robson BorgesWN/AFloripa Open76KG4F2016
11325Thales VieiraWChoke from backDesafio Verao77KGF2017
12042Julian VegaWPts: 13x4Pan American76KGR22017
13167Victor de MatosWPointsAmerican NG Nats73KGSF2017
13168Blake NolanWRNCAmerican NG Nats73KGF2017
13202Scott ThometzWPts: 6xAmerican Nats76KGR12017
13371Scott ThometzWPts: 7x0San Jose Open76KGRR2017
13821Douglas KallinWChoke from backAtlanta SM Open82KGSF2017
13822Pedro PalharesWPts: 12x2Atlanta SM Open82KGF2017
13828Matt LeightonMatt LeightonWPts: 5x0Atlanta SM OpenABS4F2017
14036Jeffrey CummingsWPointsMiami Fall Open76KG4F2017
14799Gabriel ProcopioWPointsLos Angeles Open82KG4F2018
14803Diego RamalhoDiego RamalhoWPts: 8x6Los Angeles Open82KGSF2018
15077Lucio VitorelliWPts: 12x0San Francisco Open82KG4F2018
15177Lucas ValenteLucas ValenteWPts: 0x0, AdvPan American76KGR12018
15187Andris BrunovskisAndris BrunovskisWPts: 6x4Pan American76KG4F2018
15518Gabriel ProcopioWPointsSan Jose Open82KGSF2018
16115Guilherme CorreaWChoke from backACB North America75KG4F2018
16172Victor EmanuelWNo arm triangleF2W Pro 7577KGSPF2018
18906Aaron NorthWN/APortland Open82KG4F2019
18908Edmund KimWN/APortland Open82KGSF2019
19133Inseong JangInseong JangWPts: 2x2, AdvPan American76KG8F2019
20338Josh CalvoWReferee DecisionF2W Pro 11583KGSPF2019
20587Thiago LemosWPointsPortland SMO82KGSF2019
20589Daniel SpeirnWPts: 6x4Portland SMO82KGF2019

Breno Bittencourt @Brazilian Team Nationals (2015)

Breno Bittencourt vs Vibhudatta Rout (2016)

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