All classes at Gracie Barra Maastricht are taught by Professor Jordy Peute, 1st degree black belt under Vinicius ‘Draculino’ Magalhaes.


Before professor Jordy came in contact with Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, he had vast experience in both Judo and traditional jiu jitsu. He holds several black belt degrees in both arts ( 2nd degree black belt in judo and 3rd degree black belt in traditional jiu jitsu), along with official teaching certificates. However, his first experience with Brazilian Jiu Jitsu during a seminar was eyeopening. He got in touch with the founder of BJJ in Europe, Remco Pardoel. The school of Remco was located in Oss, so as soon as Jordy got his public transportation card, he would take a combined 4 hours train trip from Maastricht to Oss and back to train BJJ. Later he moved to Oss/Den bosch to be able to train on a more regular basis with the team in Oss.

Jordy was soon awarded with his blue and purple belt with the team in Oss. From that moment on, the train rides were the other way around (Oss to Maastricht and back) because Jordy started teaching a weekly class in Maastricht to a dedicated group of students. Since that day, Jordy has completed his education in Tilburg and was awarded his black belt and his 1st degree black belt by professor Vinicius Draculino Magalhaes. He is currently located in Maastricht again, where he teaches 5 classes a week at his school. Furthermore, he teaches two classes a week in Liege in Belgium.


Jordy has multiple national and international titles in BJJ. Some include:

  • Gold at Munich open,IBJJF, Black belt -64 (BJJ)
  • Gold and Silver at Asian open,IBJJF, Black belt -64 (BJJ)
  • 5 X NAGA champion, Expert division -61 (BJJ/Grappling)
  • 2 x Bronze at European championship,IBJJF, Black belt -57 kg (BJJ)
  • Bronze at World championship,IBJJF, Brown belt -57 kg (BJJ)
  • 2X Gold at European championship,CBJJE, Brown belt -64 kg (BJJ)
  • 1 x Silver and 1 x Bronze at the European championship,IBJJF, Purple belt -64 kg (BJJ)
  • Professional MMA record 6 (wins) – 4 (loss) – 0 (draw) with 6 submission wins.
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