Master Carlos Machado (red and white coral belts) is one of the legendary Machado brothers, he has been training Brazilian jiu-jitsu since he was 4 years old. He represents over five decades of the BJJ martial art learning, teaching, competing, and sharing.
Years ago, Carlos Machado got the 7th-degree black belts (coral belt) under Rigan Machado. Years passed and on October 10, 2020, Carlos Machado got the red and white belts (8th-degree black belt in BJJ martial arts).
Here is the Carlos Machado red and white belts Promotion Ceremony. Have Fun!
Source : Carlos Machado
What does the Red and white BJJ belt mean in jiu-jitsu?
The red and white belt (commonly referred to as a coral belt) refers to an eighth-degree black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu. It represents a BJJ master with a minimum of thirty-seven years of BJJ training and teaching as a black belt. Besides, the red and white belt in jiu-jitsu comes after at least seven years as a red and black belt.
Otherwise, the IBJJF requires that the red and white belt masters can’t get the red belts BJJ until they pass a minimum of ten years of jiu-jitsu practicing.
What’s a coral belt in BJJ martial arts?
The coral belts are Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu ranks were achieved by students after the sixth-degree black belt ranking. Moreover, the BJJ coral belts are commonly mentioned as the seventh and eighth-degree belts rankings. Otherwise, it represents a transition phase between the black and red belt BJJ.
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