Beatriz “Bia” Mesquita Announces Her Transition To American Top Team
Beatriz’ Bia’ Mesquita is a shining inspiration for female empowerment in the Jiu Jitsu world, being recognized as a top-tier BJJ competitor. She recently announced her transition to the American Top Team (ATT) in Florida, one of the world’s leading MMA gyms. She will be under the guidance of head coach Parrumpaatt, with potential assistance from Kyla Harrison and other coaches in her shift to MMA. Kyla Harrison is among the remarkable female fighters currently honing their skills at the American Top Team.
Bia Mesquita has already carved out a successful career. It results from years of commitment, intense training, and overcoming challenging obstacles. Her choice to join the American Top Team signifies her readiness to face new challenges that will solidify her status as one of the most respected female martial artists. She has grabbed the ‘Lady GOAT of Jiu Jitsu’ title due to her outstanding grappling prowess shown at the most esteemed BJJ tournaments.
Beatriz “Bia” Mesquita BJJ Journey
Beatriz “Bia” Mesquita has been making significant contributions to the world of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. In 2012, she was the pioneer to grab the top position in the 64 kg division and got the 10X IBJJF World Championship. She also earned the prestigious title of absolute division twice. In 2022, she was inducted into the IBJJF Hall of Fame. Her consistent achievements let her climb to extraordinary success and recognition in her BJJ career. Her exceptional skills also earned her registration in the 2021 Guinness Book.
Beatriz “Bia” Mesquita Post On Social Media
Mesquita revealed that she had signed a contract with First Round Management to make a shift to MMA. In her official Instagram post, Bia Mesquita announced her move to the American Top Team with the following statement,
“I’m very happy to share with you all that I have the next step in my professional life. I will be now training at @americantopteam in Florida with coach @parrumpaatt 😁🏆 I’m ready to go next level and so far in this first week of training, I had a great time and warm welcome. Can’t wait for this new beginning and everything coming up. 🙏🏻” Beatriz “Bia” Mesquita