Carlos Robson Gracie (Portuguese: [ˈʁɔbsõ ˈɡɾejsi]; born 1935) is the 2nd son of Carlos Gracie, the founder of the first Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu school, which was later turned into "Gracie Jiu-Jitsu" by his younger brother Helio Gracie. He is a second generation member of the Gracie family. Gracie is a 9th degree red belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, affording him the title of Grandmaster. He is the father of several children including, Renzo Gracie, Keila Gracie, Charles Gracie, Ralph Gracie, Robson Gracie Jr. and the late Ryan Gracie. He is also the grandfather of Georgia Gracie and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belts Kyra Gracie and Neiman Gracie. He is the great grandfather of Nickolai Gracie, a baby black belt. 
|Carlos Robson Gracie|
1935 (age 82–83)|
|Residence||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|Rank||9th Degree Red Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu|
|Children||Renzo, Ralph, Ryan,Flavia,Kenya,Hannah,Carlos Robson Filho,Clara, Keila, Charles|
|Notable students||Renzo Gracie, Ralph Gracie, Ryan Gracie|
Robson Gracie learned martial arts from his father, Carlos Gracie, and his uncle Helio Gracie. In the 1950s, Robson competed in Vale Tudo competitions. His début mixed martial arts fight was against Artur Emidio in April 1957. During the fight Gracie submitted his opponent, but refused to release him until the referee pulled them apart. Despite his small stature, incidents like this were to characterise Gracie's professional life as a tenacious fighter. In the 1960s, Gracie served as a bodyguard to Leonel Brizola, the brother-in-law of the then President of Brazil, João Goulart. His political affiliations placed him under the scrutiny of the military regime, following the 1964 Brazilian coup d'état. His assistance to the marxist guerrilla organisation Ação Libertadora Nacional led to his arrest, and the arrest of several members of his family, by the Brazilian Secret Service. Gracie's wife, Vera Lucia, made representations to the Brazilian military government to release her husband which resulted in her own arrest; however, she was quickly released. Robson Gracie was imprisoned and interrogated for 60 days before being released.
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