Servio Tulio Junqueira is a Brazilian jiu jitsu black belt under Felipe ‘Preguiça’ Pena, having also worked extensively with coaches Rômulo Barral, Claudio ‘Caloquinha’ Matos, Sergio Benini and Marcelo ‘Uirapuru’ Azevedo at Gracie Barra Belo Horizonte (GB – BH). Servio is also regarded as one of the top grapplers of his generation, a reputation he earned while competing in the brown belt division of the sport when he conquered numerous accolades in the sport’s international circuit.
Servio Tulio Jiu Jitsu
Full Name: Servio Tulio C. Guimarães Junqueira
- IBJJF Floripa Fall Int. Open Champion (2018)
- IBJJF Belo Horizonte Winter Open Champion (2018)
- IBJJF Rio Int. Open Champion (2018)
Main Achievements (Colored Belts):
- IBJJF World No-Gi Champion (2017 brown)
- ACB World Champion (2017 brown)
- ACB World No-Gi Champion (2017 brown)
- CBJJ Brazilian Team Nationals Champion (2016)
- Marianas Grand Prix Champion (2017* brown)
- UAEJJF No-Gi Grand Slam Champion – Rio (2016 brown)
- IBJJF BH International Open Champion (2017/2016 brown)
- IBJJF BH International No-Gi Open Champion (2017**/2016 brown)
- IBJJF World No-Gi Championship 2nd Place (2015 purple)
- ACB World Championship 2nd Place (2017* brown)
- CBJJ Brasileiro No-Gi Championship 2nd Place (2016 brown, 2015 purple)
Favorite Position/Technique: Single Leg X
Weight Division: Peso Médio (82,30 kg / 181.5 lbs)
Team/Association: Gracie Barra
Servio Tulio Biography
Servio Tulio was born on November 21, 1993 in Belo Horizonte – the capital city of southeastern Brazil’s Minas Gerais state.
While growing up Servio picked up a range of extra-curricular activities, from football (soccer), to judo, swimming as well as tennis a sport in which he competed at a high level from the age of 8 to 16, reaching #10 in the Brazilian national ranking for a short period.
On May 2009 Tulio finally reached out for jiu jitsu, a martial art he started by influence of his older brother (Onofre), someone Servio had always looked up to and who already trained BJJ. At the time Servio joined a gym under the pretext of lifting weights and returning to swimming, but he soon got bored of both and switched his membership to grappling at Gracie Barra Belo Horizonte.
After a little over 1.5 years of jiu jitsu training, shortly after receiving his blue belt, Servio moved to Australia on a student exchange program, staying in The Land Down Under for 6 months. Upon his return to Belo Horizonte, Tulio picked up training again and decided to compete more often in BJJ’s national and international circuits.
Given that his fellow team mate and townsman Felipe Pena (Preguiça) was one of the most active athletes in the sport, and since Servio already knew Felipe having been a classmate of his brother (Fernando), Tulio started interacting with Pena. The travelled and competed together regularly and with time Tulio became a part of Preguiça’s classroom as much as of GB – BH.
As time went by Pena became incumbent of Servio’s promotions, which included his purple, brown and black belts. The latter of which taking place on December 2017.
Servio Tulio Grappling Record
10 SUBMISSIONS WINS
1 SUBMISSION LOSSES
Servio Tulio Fight History
|15410||Renato CanutoRenato Canuto||L||Pts: 9x0||Marianas Open||81KG||SF||2018|
|15412||Masahiro IwasakiMasahiro Iwasaki||L||Pts: 2x0||Marianas Open||81KG||3RD||2018|
|15474||Adriano Araujo||L||Pts: 2x0||WP Br Qualifier||77KG||SF||2018|
|15629||Felipe CesarFelipe Cesar||L||Adv||Brasileiro||82KG||8F||2018|
|15909||Jaime CanutoJaime Canuto||L||Pts: 4x4, Adv||World Champ.||82KG||R2||2018|
|16042||Otavio Nalati||L||Referee Decision||BH Winter Open||ABS||F||2018|
|16163||Philippe Pomaski||L||Submission||ACBJJ World||85KG||4F||2018|
|16919||Pedro Conti||L||Adv||Brasileiro NoGi||85KG||F||2018|
|15073||Marcelo Henrique||W||Choke from back||Floripa Fall Open||82KG||R1||2018|
|15075||Frederico Pinto||W||Pts: 4x2||Floripa Fall Open||82KG||4F||2018|
|15077||Yago Espindola||W||Pts: 9x0||Floripa Fall Open||82KG||SF||2018|
|15078||Matheus Knorr||W||Choke from back||Floripa Fall Open||82KG||F||2018|
|15224||Andre Costa||W||Bow and arrow||Rio Open||82KG||R1||2018|
|15226||Matheus Linhares||W||RNC||Rio Open||82KG||R1||2018|
|15231||Ygor Dantas||W||Choke from back||Rio Open||82KG||SF||2018|
|15232||Alexandre Cavalieri||W||Short choke||Rio Open||82KG||F||2018|
|15406||Michael LieraMichael Liera||W||Pts: 4x2||Marianas Open||81KG||4F||2018|
|15895||Magid Hage||W||Pts: 6x4||World Champ.||82KG||R1||2018|
|16039||Maikon Vinicius||W||Toe hold||BH Winter Open||88KG||4F||2018|
|16040||Abner Souza||W||Pts: 2x0||BH Winter Open||88KG||F||2018|
|16041||Ygor Dantas||W||Toe hold||BH Winter Open||ABS||4F||2018|
|16912||Moises Fernandes||W||RNC||Brasileiro NoGi||85KG||8F||2018|
|16914||Christopher Biude||W||RNC||Brasileiro NoGi||85KG||4F||2018|
|16917||Victor Neves||W||Pts: 9x0||Brasileiro NoGi||85KG||SF||2018|
Servio Tulio @ACB JJ (2017)