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Yuta Shimada is a judo and a Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt, the latter a rank earned from Naoya Uematsu of the Nexusense academy. Shimada is also one of the top Japanese representatives in grappling’s international circuit, a reputation earned through his wins in important tournaments such as the IBJJF Asian Open and the ADCC Asia & Oceania trials while having also medalled in the World Championship and Brazilian Nationals in the lower belt division.

Yuta Shimada Jiu-Jitsu

Full Name: Yuta Shimada

Nickname: N/A

Lineage: Carlos Gracie > Helio Gracie > Rolls Gracie > Romero Cavalcanti > Alexandre Paiva > Mitsuyoshi Hayakawa > Naoya Uematsu > Yuta Shimada

Main Achievements:

  • 1st Place ADCC Asian Trials (2017)
  • 1st Place IBJJF Asian Open (2018/2017/2016)
  • 1st Place IBJJF Salvador Spring Open (2019)
  • 1st Place IBJJF Salvador Spring NoGi Open (2019)
  • 3rd Place IBJJF South American Championship (2019)
  • 3rd Place IBJJF Pan Championship (2018)

Main Achievements (Colored Belts):

  • CBJJ Brasileiro Champion (2013 purple)
  • IBJJF Asian Open Champion (2015 brown, 2013 purple)
  • IBJJF World Championship 2nd Place (2013 purple)
  • IBJJF Asian Open Championship 2nd Place (2013* purple)
  • IBJJF World Championship 3rd Place (2015 brown, 2014 purple)
  • IBJJF Pans Championship 3rd Place (2016 brown)

Favorite Position/Technique: Underhook Passing, Single X Guard

Weight Division: Peso Pluma (64,00 kg / 141.5 lbs)

Team/Association: Nexusense

Yuta Shimada Biography

Yuta Shimada was born on September 25, 1992, in the Ibaraki prefecture, a suburb of Tokyo – Japan.

As a 5-year-old Shimada was enrolled in judo classes, a sport/martial art he played until he graduated from junior high school (age 15), being a first-degree black belt at the time of his exit from the judo mats. During his mid teens, Yuta had become increasingly interested in mixed martial arts (MMA), and given that he had stopped judo training he decided to enroll in a combat gym.

Mitsuteru Yasumura was Yuta Shimada’s first jiu-jitsu instructor when he started at the age of 16. Later Satoshi Koutani took control of the training and it was he who graded the young athlete in both his blue and purple belts.

Shimada became a member of the NEXUSENSE academy as a purple belt, with his tuition being handed to Naoya Uematsu (the head coach) and Takehiro Mori. Under the guidance of these two instructors, Yuta became one of the top competitors in the Japanese grappling scene, going on to achieve great results in the world scene also.

In 2015 Yuta started making regular trips to his favorite grappler’s gym, Marcelo Garcia in New York City. The visits to Garcia had a big impact on Shimada’s game, him being the Japanese competitor’s biggest stylistic influence.

Yuta Shimada’s repeated success in the top tournaments of jiu-jitsu during his lower belt run – which included medals in the World, Asian, Brasileiro, and Pans Championships earned Yuta Shimada his black belt from the hands of Naoya Uematsu on August 2016.

Cover photo (C)MMAPLANET

Yuta Shimada Grappling Record

31 WINS
  • BY POINTS
    13 (42%)
  • BY ADVANTAGES
    2 (6%)
  • BY SUBMISSION
    14 (45%)
  • BY DECISION
    1 (3%)
  • BY PENALTIES
    0 (0%)
  • BY DQ
    0 (0%)

14 SUBMISSIONS WINS

#214eb8
RNC
21
3
#86e620
Choke from back
21
3
#5AD3D1
Choke
7
1
#d1212a
North south choke
7
1
#fad11b
Loop choke
7
1
#f58822
Kimura
7
1
#224aba
Clock choke
7
1
#ff9124
Mounted guillotine
7
1
#bf1f6c
Bow and arrow
7
1
#22c9a5
Cross choke
7
1
14
(100%) SUBMISSIONS
10 LOSSES
  • BY POINTS
    6 (60%)
  • BY ADVANTAGES
    2 (20%)
  • BY SUBMISSION
    1 (10%)
  • BY DECISION
    0 (0%)
  • BY PENALTIES
    1 (10%)
  • BY DQ
    0 (0%)

1 SUBMISSION LOSSES

#214eb8
Choke from back
100
1
1
(100%) SUBMISSION

Yuta Shimada Fight History

ID Opponent W/L Method Competition Weight Stage Year
12099Joao MiyaoJoao MiyaoLPts: 6x0Pan American64KG4F2017
13040Joao MiyaoJoao MiyaoLPts: 4x0World Champ.64KG8F2017
13885Augusto MendesAugusto MendesLPts: 4x0ADCC66KGE12017
15328Joao MiyaoJoao MiyaoLPts: 4x4, AdvPan American64KGSF2018
16411Joao MiyaoJoao MiyaoLPts: 4x4, AdvWorld Champ.64KG4F2018
18799Pedro DiasPedro DiasLPts: 0x0, PenEuropean Open64KGR12019
20142Alex SodreAlex SodreLPointsBrasileiro64KG4F2019
20484Alex SodreAlex SodreLPts: 8x2World Champ.64KGR22019
22441Richar NogueiraRichar NogueiraLPts: 4x0South American70KGSF2019
22618Murilo AmaralMurilo AmaralLChoke from backPorto Alegre Open70KGF2019
10496Kouhei EbashiWPointsAsian Open64KGR12016
10497Takuto KakoWPointsAsian Open64KG4F2016
10498Hideyuki YamadaWRNCAsian Open64KGSF2016
10499Kazuhiro MiyachiWPointsAsian Open64KGF2016
11347Yoshiyuki OnishiWMounted guillotineTokyo Open70KGF2016
11385Nariman MynbayevWPointsADCC Trials66KGR12017
11386Robert SabaruddinWPointsADCC Trials66KG4F2017
11387Kaldar AbdikabylWPointsADCC Trials66KGSF2017
11388Takafumi SanoWRNCADCC Trials66KGF2017
12094Rene LopezWPts: 2x2, AdvPan American64KGR12017
13032Wallace SantosWAdvWorld Champ.64KGR12017
13656William MeloWBow and arrowAsian Open64KG4F2017
13657Hitoshi TomitaWCross chokeAsian Open64KGSF2017
13658Hideyuki YamadaWPts: 2x0Asian Open64KGF2017
15327Manuel MaciasWChoke from backPan American64KG4F2018
16399Washington LimaWChoke from backWorld Champ.64KGR12018
16408Gabriel MoraesGabriel MoraesWInjuryWorld Champ.64KGR22018
17259Gyeongseop LeeWChokeAsian Open64KG4F2018
17260Yuto HiraoWPts: 20x2Asian Open64KGSF2018
17261Shimon KagiyamaWNorth south chokeAsian Open64KGF2018
20140N/AWLoop chokeBrasileiro64KGR12019
22433Josias FerreiraWPointsSouth American70KGR12019
22439Osmar TellesWRNCSouth American70KG4F2019
22576Leonardo CruzWChoke from backSalvador SPO70KG4F2019
22577Matheus CarlosWPointsSalvador SPO70KGSF2019
22579Danilo MoreiraDanilo MoreiraWPts: 4x2Salvador SPO70KGF2019
22590Matheus CarlosWKimuraSalvador SNGO67KGF2019
22617Gabriel MachadoWN/APorto Alegre Open70KGSF2019
23086Felipe ReisWPts: 12x0Atlanta WO70KG4F2020
23090Rodrigo FrancioneWClock chokeAtlanta WO70KGSF2020
23092Adam BenayounAdam BenayounWReferee DecisionAtlanta WO70KGF2020

Yuta Shimada vs Yoshiyuki Onishi (2016)

High Percentage Chokes  Instructional by Lachlan Giles

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