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Servio Tulio is a jiu-jitsu black belt representing Gracie Barra. A teammate and training partner of Felipe Pena, Tulio is an ADCC veteran and along with Romulo Barral is the co-founder of Everyday Porrada.

  1. BJJ Bet II Official Weigh-In Results

    BJJ Bet II Official Weigh-In Results

    Aug 1, 2021

    The weigh-ins for the BJJ Bet middleweight no-gi tournament took place in Sao Paulo, Brazil, with all eight competitors making weight.
  2. Grappling Bulletin: Mica Galvao, The 17yo Brand New Black Belt Superstar

    Grappling Bulletin: Mica Galvao, The 17yo Brand New Black Belt Superstar

    Jul 12, 2021

    Mica Galvao isn’t the first teenager to ever be promoted to black belt, but from what we’ve been able to gather he is one of the youngest ever. Save for a handful of members of the Gracie family, we believe Galvao is in rare company in that he wears a black belt before his 18th birthday. Does this mean Galvao will still be able to compete? Scroll down for the answer. All this and much more in this week’s Grappling Bulletin.
  3. Grappling Bulletin: The Return of Leandro Lo

    Grappling Bulletin: The Return of Leandro Lo

    Jul 6, 2021

    It's been a long time since we've seen Leandro compete without the gi– nearly four years, in fact. Leandro has lined up a couple of events in coming weeks, starting with a gi superfight and culminating in one of the toughest and most anticipated no-gi tournaments of the year.
  4. BJJBet No-Gi Grand Prix Will Feature Grappling Legends & Future Stars

    BJJBet No-Gi Grand Prix Will Feature Grappling Legends & Future Stars

    Jul 1, 2021

    Nicholas Meregali is in the main event of BJJBet alongside Rider Zuchi, who is replacing Felipe Pena on short notice.
  5. Leandro, Aly & An Ultra Heavyweight Showdown Headlining Big Deal Pro 3

    Leandro, Aly & An Ultra Heavyweight Showdown Headlining Big Deal Pro 3

    Jun 29, 2021

    The Brazilian-based promotion, Big Deal Pro, comes to FloGrappling on Saturday, July 10, for an event loaded with some of Brazil's top jiu-jitsu icons, and an 8-man ultra heavyweight bracket which is sure to shake up the rankings at the heaviest category.