He was known as Count Combat or Conde Koma in Spanish and Portuguese, a nickname he picked up in Spain in 1908.
Jiu jitsu appeared in Feijão’s life at 9 years of age, due to an agreement worked between Rodrigo’s school and a local martial arts academy where students from the school would be exempt from paying the academy’s tuition fees.
Professor Matheus Colhado trained in Brazil where he received his black belt from Rodrigo Feijão of Nova União.
Matheus eventually moved to the Bay Area where he worked for Master Charles Gracie in San Francisco for 10 years.
He has vast experiences in competition Jiu-Jitsu, Self Defense, and MMA.
He became certified as a Nutrition Consultant and Life-Coach.