Lucas de Abreu Martins began boxing at the age of 15 in his native Sao Paulo, Brazil. Martins drive in the boxing ring was largely motivated by the Rocky movie series, and Mike Tyson fights.

As an amateur, Martins fought an impressive 120 fights, with 95 victories. Martins traveled the globe with the Brazilian National Team for two year, fighting in international competitions including Russia, Chile, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. Through his journey, Martins won the Brazilian Junior Championship and the Sao Paulo Championship in 2010. In 2013, while in St. Petersburg, Russia, Martins won silver at the Pan American Boxing Tournament, and bronze at the World Combat Games in Santiago, Chile. Capping off a successful amateur career, Martins won the Brazilian National Championship in 2014.

Turning pro in 2016, Martins made his debut in Fort Lauderdale, Florida with a first-round knockout. Since his pro debut, Martins has continued his traveling ways, fighting professionally in the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Switzerland, and his native Brazil. Martins has an impressive 91.6% knockout ratio, as 11 of his 12 victories have come by way of big time knockout.

Career Highlights
Lucas de Abreu Martins vs Alexandre Baptista | Sesi Sorocoba, Brazil | March 3, 2019
In a scheduled 10-round Super Middleweight bout for the vacant Brazilian title, Lucas de Abreu Martins took on Alexandre Baptista in Brazil. Following the common theme of his previous 11 fights, Martins wasted no time disposing of Baptista, earning the knockout, 2:27 into the first round becoming the Brazilian National Super Middleweight Champion.

Amateur Career:

  • Brazilian Junior Champion 2010
  • Sao Paulo Champion 2010
  • Brazil Golden Gloves Champion
  • Tournament of Stars Champion
  • Pan American Boxing Finalist 2013
  • World Combat Games Bronze 2013
  • Brazilian Champion 2014