André Galvão Net Worth: How Rich Is The Fighter Actually?

André Galvão net worth

André Galvão is one of the most successful BJJ competitors of all time. Currently, he’s the lead coach at Atos Academy. As of 2021, André Galvão net worth is estimated to be $300,000.

André Galvão will also return to MMA to fight for ONE Championship, which might increase his income significantly.

Full NameAndré Luiz Leite Galvão
Birth DateSeptember 29, 1982
Birth PlaceSão Sebastião, São Paulo, Brazil
ProfessionBJJ & MMA Competitor and Coach
Net worth$300,000

Early life and family

André Galvão was born in São Sebastião, São Paulo, Brazil, on September 29, 1982. He started training BJJ in Brazil, but later moved to California. He now runs the Atos Academy from there, where many successful BJJ competitors train under him.

André Galvão Net Worth And Career

André Galvão has an incredible amount of competition wins under his belt. He first competed in ADCC in 2007 and earned a bronze medal there. In 2011, he came back and won gold in both his own division and the absolute division. 

Galvão went on to defend his ADCC title in the ADCC superfights in the years 2013, 2015, 2017 and 2019. He beat Braulio Estima, Chael Sonnen, Robert Abreu, Calasans and Felipe Pena to do this. He is now set to defend his title against Gordon Ryan in 2022, which will be an epic battle of BJJ generations.

André Galvão is also an MMA fighter. He previously competed in Dream and Strikeforce, where he earned 5 wins and 2 losses, including losing to Tyron Woodley by knockout. 

In 2021 it was announced that André Galvão will return to MMA for ONE Championship, the same organization that Garry Tonon fights for.

André Galvão Net Worth

André Galvão’s net worth is estimated to be roughly $300,000. André Galvão earns a salary as head coach at Atos academy and earns royalties through online teaching at Atos online. He also earns money from teaching seminars at BJJ academies all over the world. And he’ll now start earning a salary from one Championship for fighting in MMA.