Mohammad Ibrahim

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Mohammad Ibrahim

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Biography

Coach Mohammad started martial arts when he was at the ripe age of 12. He first got his black belt in Karate under Master Koo in Cartersville.  He then progressed onto MMA and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu once he was 15. At 16 he was entering grappling tournaments and consistently winning gold in the teens division. His time has now only been completely focused on Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, usually training 2-3 times a day and 6 days a week.  6 years into Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu now Mohammad is a purple belt who has competed against and submitted multiple Brown belts in his career. Although he loves to compete, passing on his knowledge and experience to others is an absolute joy for him. His biggest goal in his Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu career is to become a highly decorated world class black belt and also make a positive impact in his student’s lives.

Accomplishments:​

3x  IBrazilian Jiu-JitsuF Atlanta open silver medalist

FIGHT TO WIN PRO 20   ’16 – Professional Submission Only Jiu Jitsu – Win – Submission of the night winner

Lutador 2014 silver medalist

Newbreed 2014 silver medalist

Kakuto submission only 2014 silver medalist

Copa Grappling 2016 silver medalist

2× Ibjjf Chicago open bronze medalist

2x time Newbreed bronze medalist

Copa Grappling absolute gi division 2014 bronze

American Grappling federation 2015 bronze medalist

Kakuto submission only 2015 bronze medalist

4x Newbreed gold medalist

2x American Grappling Challenge gold medalist

6x Copa Grappling gold medalist

4x Lutador grappling gold medalist

2x American Grappling federation gold medalist

2x kakuto submission only gold medalist