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It wasn’t until I learned certain secrets taught to me by two Judo Olympic medalists from Mongolia that I was able to transform myself from guard-puller to a takedown expert!
But Who Am I, And Why Should You Listen To Me?
If you know anything about me, you know I’m no slouch when it comes to BJJ.
In fact, I’ve been lucky enough to have some success.
Successes like these:
- 1st Place IBJJF World Championship (2018)
- 1st Place IBJJF European Open (2017)
- 1st Place IBJJF European No-Gi Open (2017)
- 1st Place IBJJF World No-Gi Championship (2015)
- 2nd Place IBJJF Pan Championship (2019/2018)
- 3rd Place IBJJF World Championship (2017)
- 3rd Place IBJJF World No-Gi Championship (2015)
- 3rd Place IBJJF Pan American Championship (2017)
- 3rd Place IBJJF European Open (2020)
Now, most fighters who reach the elite levels of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu have a wrestling or judo background. What makes me unique is I don’t.
Instead, I spent time training with Mongolian coaches, who have a tradition of using unorthodox grips. And they taught me a takedown system that helped me achieve all my accolades.
A takedown system which I kept secret for a long time.
But now, it’s open to the public... and you, dear reader, can learn it for yourself.
How I Became A BJJ Black Belt
Now, today I’m one of the best BJJ fighters in the world.
It wasn’t always that easy for me, though.
When I first got into BJJ and other forms of organized combat, I struggled to win fights.
(In fact, I got triangle choked in my first ever MMA match.)
As I practiced, of course, I slowly got better and better... and eventually, I got good enough to earn my black belt and win the IBJJF World Championship.
People always ask me, “Mahamad, how did you become an IBJJF World Champion without a judo or wrestling background?”
Well, there are a few different reasons... but one of the biggest? Mastering the art of the takedown.
Now, I’m not saying I’m going to make you a black belt or a world champion.
But I can help you win more fights, do better in tournaments, and feel better about your BJJ performance.
Even better, you don’t have to put in a ton of time.
You just need to master the art of the takedown, like I did.
Trying to fight BJJ without takedowns is like trying to catch fish with your bare hands. You might get lucky once in a while... but you’re missing an important tool in your belt.
They’re really the most crucial element in any fighter’s arsenal... and without them, you’re giving yourself a needless handicap.
Even worse, if other fighters know you haven’t mastered the takedown, then they can take advantage of you.
That’s why I wanted to share my system with the world: because every BJJ fighter should be using takedowns.
They’re just too important.
Most people I talk to tell me, “I’d love to learn takedowns. But aren’t they really hard to learn? I don’t have much time to devote to more BJJ.
But the fact is, they’re a lot easier to master than you think.
In fact, my students are able to learn takedowns by spending only an extra 15 minutes per training session studying my content.
Listen. I’m not knocking your standard BJJ academy…but the fact of the matter is that most BJJ schools do not teach effective takedown skills!
Now It’s Time To Feel CONFIDENT From Your Feet Instead Of SCARED!
A funny thing happened to me when I started using takedowns.
Before, when I’d go up against top competition, I’d get nervous.
I knew I wasn’t in the same league as them.
I went into every match afraid.
And that fear held me back. I couldn’t perform up to my abilities in the ring, because I just didn’t have the confidence.
Even worse, my opponents would see it... and they’d smell blood in the water, and attack.
Once I learned takedowns, I started feeling a lot better.
And I thought to myself, “This is how the pros fight. Even if my skills aren’t up to par quite yet, I can still compete with top competition now.”
I felt better going into every match.
And then I started winning.
I was beating people that I could never dream of beating before.
That’s not the only thing, though.
But as I got better and better at takedowns, my reputation grew.
And when I stepped into the ring, I noticed my opponents were more hesitant than before.
You see, they had heard I had become a takedown “expert”... and they went into the ring with the same fear that I used to feel!
Plus, most people just don’t know how to properly fight against takedowns.
So, they started making mistakes.
And I was able to capitalize on those mistakes, start winning fights, and feel better about my BJJ skills.
Using my takedown strategy, I became a black belt and a World Champion.