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Richar Nogueira is a Brazilian jiu jitsu black belt under Cicero Costha, having also worked extensively with coaches Alexandre “Tatinho” Lopes, Mauro Pacífico and João Maceira. Widely regarded as one of his generation’s top featherweights, Richar’s reputation was earned while competing for the PSLPB team (Projeto Social Lutando Pelo Bem), with whom he conquered important medals at the International Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Federation (IBJJF) World, European Open and South American Championships.

Richar Nogueira Jiu Jitsu

Full Name: Richar Emiliano Nogueira

Nickname: N/A

Lineage: Mitsuyo Maeda > Carlos Gracie > Helio Gracie > Rickson Gracie > Marcelo Behring > Waldomiro Perez > Roberto Godoi > Marco Barbosa > Cicero Costha > Richar Nogueira

Main Achievements:

  • 1st Place IBJJF Dallas Spring Open (2019)
  • 1st Place IBJJF New Orleans Open (2019)
  • 1st Place IBJJF Denver Open (2019)
  • 2nd Place IBJJF American Nationals (2018 / 2019)
  • 2nd Place IBJJF New York BJJ Pro (2019)

Main Achievements (Colored Belts):

  • 1st Place IBJJF European Open (2018 brown)
  • 1st Place CBJJ Brazilian Nationals (2016 brown)
  • 1st Place IBJJF South American Championship (2015 purple)
  • 1st Place UAEJJF Grand Slam, Rio de Janeiro (2016 brown)
  • 1st Place CBJJ Brazilian Teams National (2015 purple)
  • 1st Place IBJJF Rio de Janeiro BJJ Pro (2018 brown)
  • 1st Place IBJJF Curitiba Open (2017 brown)
  • 2nd Place IBJJF World Championship (2016 / 2018 brown)
  • 2nd Place CBJJ Brazilian Nationals (2017 brown)
  • 3rd Place IBJJF American Nationals (2017 brown)

* Absolute
** Weight and absolute

Favorite Position/Technique: Triangle

Weight Division: Peso Pena (70,00 kg / 154.5 lbs)

Team/Association: Sharpen Iron Academy

Richar Nogueira Biography

Richar Nogueira was born on February 26, 1996 in São Carlos, a city located deep inside São Paulo, Brazil state borders.

While growing up Richar already showed a few personality traits that would class him as a potential fighter, particularly on the football (soccer) pitch, where he started his competitive sports career. Known for aggressiveness on the field Nogueira played for the Clube Atlético Paulistinha’s starting lineup as a central defender throughout his childhood. It was only at the age of 13 that the young São Carlos native first heard about jiu jitsu through a good friend and teammate who had given up on the soccer team to focus on BJJ.

Curious about his friend’s dedication to grappling, Nogueira decided to give it a try at a local social project, where his friends trained, which provided free classes. There Richar met his first coach, a purple belt by the name of João Maceira who was a very strong motivator for Nogueira’s in this sport/martial art.

Coach João provided great support to Nogueira, who quickly adapted to jiu jitsu’s approach to combat. This rapid progression led Maceira to recommend Richar to his own Master, Mauro Pacífico, a well known instructor in the region, being the man who started names such as Rubens Charles “Cobrinha” and the Langhi brothers in this sport. After a while training under his wing, Pacífico graded Nogueira to blue belt.

Unfortunately for Richar, at the time of his blue belt promotion he was still in his early teens and there was no juvenile division for this rank. He was also not allowed to compete with the adults. This meant a hiatus from the tournament scene for the foreseeable future.

Fortunately this set back did not last long as Nogueira switched teams soon after this promotion, then joining the Atos Jiu Jitsu Team affiliate under the tutelage of coach “Tatinho” (Alexandre de Oliveira Lopes). Tatinho’s answer to Richar’s belt predicament was to demote Nogueira back to yellow belt, where he could return to the competitive arena.

Under the guidance of Tatinho, Nogueira’s jiu jitsu blossomed with the youngster soon becaming recognized as one of the strongest colored belt competitors in the “Interior de São Paulo” regional BJJ scene. As a blue belt, hoping to make a career from combat sports, Nogueira turned to mixed martial arts (MMA) where he competed a couple of times before his hopes of making a living from the gi returned, soon after he earned his purple belt.

After a talk with his father and coach Tatinho, the three decided to offer Richar’s jiu jitsu services to the PSLPB academy, a team led by Cicero Costha in the state capital. The offer was accepted and consequently Nogueira moved to the famous “fighters” house on the East Wing of São Paulo (Vila Helena), where he shared a roof and the mats with some of his generation’s top grapplers on a daily basis, for the following 3 years.

During his period at PSLPB Richar went from a well known competitor in the regional jiu jitsu scene, to a national and later worldwide recognized rising star. This was also a period when the young Brazilian became more familiarized with coaching methodology, being given a position as an instructor in Cicero’s social project/BJJ school for kids.

The recognition earned Nogueira a coaching position in Glendora, California, USA in 2016. He would maintain this position for the best part of a year, up until 2017 when Dan Lukehart’s gym in neighbouring Brea joined the Cicero Costha’s affiliation. At that point Nogueira joined Brea Jiu Jitsu as one of its coaching staff.

On June 3, 2018, two days after earning a silver medal at the International Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Federation (IBJJF) World Championship, Cicero Costha promoted Richar Nogueira to black belt.

Since earning his black belt Richar has continuously proved his worth as a professional athlete, earning an invitation to become part of the Sharpen Iron Academy, based in Texas, USA. A team swop that took place early in 2019.

Richar Nogueira Grappling Record

39 WINS
  • BY POINTS
    19 (49%)
  • BY ADVANTAGES
    3 (8%)
  • BY SUBMISSION
    15 (38%)
  • BY DECISION
    2 (5%)
  • BY PENALTIES
    0 (0%)
  • BY DQ
    0 (0%)

15 SUBMISSIONS WINS

#214eb8
Triangle
40
6
#86e620
Toe hold
13
2
#5AD3D1
Choke from back
13
2
#d1212a
Armbar
7
1
#fad11b
No arm triangle
7
1
#f58822
Choke
7
1
#224aba
Submission
7
1
#ff9124
Flying triangle
7
1
15
(100%) SUBMISSIONS
18 LOSSES
  • BY POINTS
    5 (28%)
  • BY ADVANTAGES
    6 (33%)
  • BY SUBMISSION
    5 (28%)
  • BY DECISION
    2 (11%)
  • BY PENALTIES
    0 (0%)
  • BY DQ
    0 (0%)

5 SUBMISSIONS LOSSES

#214eb8
Guillotine
20
1
#86e620
Bow and arrow
20
1
#5AD3D1
Choke from back
20
1
#d1212a
Armbar
20
1
#fad11b
Omoplata
20
1
5
(100%) SUBMISSIONS

Richar Nogueira Fight History

ID Opponent W/L Method Competition Weight Stage Year
16550Thiago MacedoThiago MacedoLPts: 0x0, AdvAmerican Nat.70KGF2018
16796Michael PerezMichael PerezLReferee DecisionW.S.O.G.81KG8F2018
17085Kennedy MacielKennedy MacielLPointsLas Vegas Open70KG4F2018
17118Cole FransonCole FransonLGuillotineLV NG Open67KGF2018
18045Isaque PaivaIsaque PaivaLBow and arrowGrand Slam RJ69KGR12018
19092Pedro MendesLPts: 0x0, AdvLA BJJ Pro70KGSF2019
20077Esdras BarbosaLN/ADallas Spring OpenABS4F2019
20118Kennedy MacielKennedy MacielLChoke from backSan Diego Open70KGF2019
20132Michael PerezMichael PerezLPts: 0x0, AdvSan Diego OpenABS4F2019
20260Marcio AndreMarcio AndreLPts: 2x2, AdvWorld Champ.70KGR22019
20562Kennedy MacielKennedy MacielLArmbarAmerican NG Nats67KGSF2019
20582Kennedy MacielKennedy MacielLReferee DecisionAmerican Nats70KGF2019
20717Isaac DoederleinIsaac DoederleinLPts: 2x2, AdvNY BJJ Pro70KGF2019
21145Thiago MacedoThiago MacedoLPointsDallas SMO70KGF2019
21158Guilherme AugustoGuilherme AugustoLPts: 9x4Dallas SMOABSSF2019
21240Osvaldo MoizinhoOsvaldo MoizinhoLOmoplataF2W Pro 12570KGSPF2019
21619Alex SodreAlex SodreLPointsCuritiba Sp. Open70KGF2019
21922Rafael MansurRafael MansurLPts: 4x4, AdvRio BJJ Pro70KGF2019
16544Nichollas WelkerWReferee DecisionAmerican Nat.70KGR12018
16547Brian MahechaBrian MahechaWArmbarAmerican Nat.70KG4F2018
16548Rodrigo LopesWNo arm triangleAmerican Nat.70KGSF2018
16729Joe MurphyWTriangleSJJIF LA Open70KGF2018
16730UnknownWTriangleSJJIF LA OpenABSSF2018
16731Gustave EpeeWTriangleSJJIF LA OpenABSF2018
16732Muin GafurovWTriangleSJJIF LA NG Open67KGF2018
17081Michael MainWPts: 4x0Las Vegas Open70KGR12018
17116Josh MurdockWChokeLV NG Open67KGSF2018
20074Matheus VianaWToe holdDallas Spring OpenABS4F2019
20115Jesse AlexanderWTriangleSan Diego Open70KG4F2019
20116Pablo MantovaniPablo MantovaniWPts: 4x2San Diego Open70KGSF2019
20166Spencer NogawaWPointsDenver Open70KGSF2019
20168Orlando AndavizaWChoke from backDenver Open70KGF2019
20253Cole FransonCole FransonWPts: 2x0World Champ.70KGR12019
20578Thiago CintraWSubmissionAmerican Nats70KG4F2019
20669Mauricio FernandesWPointsNew Orleans Open70KGF2019
20713Thiago MacedoThiago MacedoWPts: 2x2, AdvNY BJJ Pro70KG4F2019
20715Josh MurdockWTriangleNY BJJ Pro70KGSF2019
20808Juan GarciaWPointsAustin SMO70KG4F2019
20810Fernando SoaresWPointsAustin SMO70KGSF2019
20812Thiago MacedoThiago MacedoWPointsAustin SMO70KGF2019
20944Fernando JesusWReferee DecisionF2W Pro 12170KGSPF2019
21028Kaio AbrantesWFlying triangleLas Vegas Open70KGR12019
21035Vitor PaschoalWToe holdLas Vegas Open70KG4F2019
21037Gianni GrippoGianni GrippoWPts: 6x4Las Vegas Open70KGSF2019
21039Israel SousaIsrael SousaWPts: 8x6Las Vegas Open70KGF2019
21144Juan GarciaWPointsDallas SMO70KGSF2019
21155Damien NitkinWChoke from backDallas SMOABS4F2019
21605Igot GattoWN/ABH Spring Open70KGSF2019
21606Lucas SilvaWPointsBH Spring Open70KGF2019
21618Danilo MoreiraWN/ACuritiba Sp. Open70KGSF2019
21913Leandro LimaWPointsRio BJJ Pro70KGR12019
21919Pedro PetronioWPointsRio BJJ Pro70KG4F2019
21921Hiago GeorgeHiago GeorgeWPointsRio BJJ Pro70KGSF2019
22005Luan SilvaWPts: 4x4, AdvSouth American70KGR12019
22009Caio WolgaWPointsSouth American70KG4F2019
22012Yuta ShimadaYuta ShimadaWPts: 4x0South American70KGSF2019
22013Pedro DiasPedro DiasWPts: 0x0, AdvSouth American70KGF2019

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