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Jared Dopp is an American born Brazilian jiu jitsu black belt under Rafael Lovato Junior, who has been regarded as one of the top athletes in the sport since the 2013 edition of the ADCC, where he beat the former champion Vinny Magalhaes and other seasoned competitors while being “just” a purple belt, (placing 4th overall) in the world’s most prestigious submission grappling tournament. As a brown belt Dopp improved on his previous ADCC mark, reaching a silver medal (2015) while also winning the World No-Gi and Pan American Championship. Dopp’s achievements are even more remarkable considering he reached all of these training 2-3x per week while maintaining a position as a chemical engineer.

Jared Dopp Jiu Jitsu

Full Name: Jared Lynn Dopp

Nickname: n/a

Lineage: Mitsuyo Maeda > Carlos Gracie > Carlinhos Gracie > Carlos Machado > R. Lovato Jr > Jared Dopp

Main Achievements:

  • World Champion (2012 blue)
  • World No Gi Champion (2014 brown, 2013 purple, 2012 blue)
  • Pan American Champion (2015 brown, 2014 purple, 2012 blue weight & absolute)
  • Dallas Open Champion (2015 weight & absolute)
  • ADCC Runner-up (2015)
  • World Championship Runner-up (2014/2013 purple)
  • World No Gi Championship Runner-up (2016)
  • ADCC 4th place (2013)

Favourite Position/Technique: Guard Passing

Weight Division: Peso Pesadíssimo (+ 100kg/221lbs)

Team/Association: Lovato Jiu-Jitsu

Jared Dopp Biography

Jared Dopp was born on April 3, 1989 in Tahlequah, Oklahoma – USA growing up in Commerce, also in OK.

Throughout his formation years Dopp played a variety of sports and martial arts, including karate (where Dopp was awarded a black belt under instructor Scotty Baker) and (American) football, a game he played all the way to Midwestern State University, making a career as a linebacker.

Around 2005 Jared was introduced to jiu jitsu, mainly the self defence aspect of the martial art, in a class led by his cousin Mike (Mullin), who taught to the local police. These were more informal lessons without the use of the gi and with no sports orientation.

Jared only re-started jiu-jitsu again in 2008, this time dabbing his toes into the sporting side of the martial art. After a few months training Dopp decided to test for his blue belt, doing so at a Renato Tavares seminar in Norman, OK. He passed the test but moved to Wichita Falls, TX shortly after playing 2 more years football (college).

After he finished his football career Jared picked up on mixed martial arts (MMA) at a few different local gyms, where he met Griffin Phillips (2011) of Texoma BJJ, an affiliate gym of Rafael Lovato Junior. Griffin was the first coach to work with Jared on Brazilian jiu jitsu and the sporting aspect of the martial art, instilling in Jared the desire to compete. It was this drive that led Jared to start training with at Lovato’s main academy with Rafael himself on May 2012.

Throughout his jiu jitsu career as a coloured belt, Jared trained 2-3 times per week, exception made to 2013 when Dopp upped his training to 5 times a week with an additional 4-5 strength and conditioning sessions per week. The hard work paid off with Jared reaching the semi-finals of the ADCC, an unthinkable feat for a purple belt competing against the elite of the sport.

In 2014 Jared started his chemical engineering degree, returning to his twice a week routine. His competitive consistency was not affected by this as Dopp still managed to medal at the world’s top jiu jitsu events with and without the gi as a brown belt. After medals at the “Worlds” (2014), Pan American (2015) and World No-Gi (2015) as well as a silver medal at the 2015 ADCC championships, Jared Dopp was awarded his black belt by Rafael Lovato Junior on the 6th of october 2015.

NOTE: About Jared Dopp's Record

The individual’s grappling record feature available on BJJ Heroes relates to matches in the adult black belt divisions. However, given the extraordinary success of Jared’s ADCC campaigns as a lower belt, and considering that the Abu Dhabi Combat Club is well recognised as the prime event in submission grappling, we have decided to add Dopp’s purple (2013) and brown belt (2015) campaigns to his record.

Jared Dopp Grappling Record

15 WINS
  • BY POINTS
    8 (53%)
  • BY ADVANTAGES
    1 (7%)
  • BY SUBMISSION
    2 (13%)
  • BY DECISION
    2 (13%)
  • BY PENALTIES
    2 (13%)
  • BY DQ
    0 (0%)

2 SUBMISSIONS WINS

#214eb8
Choke from back
50
1
#86e620
Mounted triangle
50
1
2
(100%) SUBMISSIONS
19 LOSSES
  • BY POINTS
    8 (42%)
  • BY ADVANTAGES
    2 (11%)
  • BY SUBMISSION
    4 (21%)
  • BY DECISION
    5 (26%)
  • BY PENALTIES
    0 (0%)
  • BY DQ
    0 (0%)

4 SUBMISSIONS LOSSES

#214eb8
Inside heel hook
25
1
#86e620
Footlock
25
1
#5AD3D1
Calf slicer
25
1
#d1212a
Armbar
25
1
4
(100%) SUBMISSIONS

Jared Dopp Fight History

ID Opponent W/L Method Competition Weight Stage Year
4984Joao RochaJoao RochaLPointsADCCO99KGSF2013
4986Roberto AbreuRoberto AbreuLPointsADCCO99KG3PLC2013
7729Orlando SanchezOrlando SanchezLReferee DecisionADCCO99KGF2015
8275Gustavo EliasGustavo EliasLPts: 2x2, AdvNoGi WorldsO100KG4F2015
8285Rodrigo FreitasRodrigo FreitasLPts: 6x6, AdvNoGi WorldsABSR12015
8856Mahamed AlyMahamed AlyLPts: 11x0Houston OpenO100KGF2016
8860Mahamed AlyMahamed AlyLFootlockHouston OpenABSSF2016
9106Daniel PriebeLN/APan American100KGR12016
9668Ezra LenonLPts: 6x0Respect ProABSSPF2016
10641Luiz PanzaLuiz PanzaLCalf slicerNoGi Worlds97KGF2016
10666Murilo SantanaMurilo SantanaLArmbarNoGi WorldsABSSF2016
10985Mahamed AlyMahamed AlyLPts: 17x14Grappling Pro 2120KGSF2016
10986J. FriedrichLInside heel hookGrappling Pro 2120KG3RD2016
11659Admilson GobiLPts: 4x2Pan AmericanABSR12017
11816Dany GerardDany GerardLPts: 15x2Pan American100KG8F2017
12453Eliot MarshallEliot MarshallLReferee DecisionF2W Pro 34ABSSPF2017
12714Vitor ToledoVitor ToledoLReferee DecisionWorld Champ.100KG8F2017
13290Orlando SanchezOrlando SanchezLReferee DecisionADCC99+KGSF2017
13292Roberto AbreuRoberto AbreuLReferee DecisionADCC99+KG3RD2017
4973Amir AllamWPointsADCCO99KGR12013
4980Vinny MagalhaesVinny MagalhaesWPenADCCO99KG4F2013
4991Leo NogueiraLeo NogueiraWPts: 2x0ADCCABSR12013
7718Gabriel LucasGabriel LucasWPts: 2x0ADCCO99KGR12015
7725Rodrigo CavacaRodrigo CavacaWPts: 2x0ADCCO99KG4F2015
7727Joao RochaJoao RochaWPenADCCO99KGSF2015
8858Pedro AraujoPedro AraujoWChoke from backHouston OpenABS4F2016
10637Renato MoraesWPts: 4x0NoGi Worlds97KG4F2016
10639Muslim PatsarigovMuslim PatsarigovWPts: 0x0, AdvNoGi Worlds97KGSF2016
10662Gilbert BurnsGilbert BurnsWPts: 4x0NoGi WorldsABS4F2016
10981Vinny MagalhaesVinny MagalhaesWPts: 12x9Grappling Pro 2120KG4F2016
11834Eliot KellyEliot KellyWReferee DecisionF2W Pro 28100KGSPF2017
12387Jimmy LugoWPts: 10x0Dallas Open100KGF2017
13281Abdulaev RuslanWMounted triangleADCC99+KGE12017
13286Vinny MagalhaesVinny MagalhaesWReferee DecisionADCC99+KG4F2017

Jared Dopp vs Ryne Sandhagen

Jared Dopp vs Mahamed Aly

Jared Dopp vs Vinny Magalhaes

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