Ryan Hall speaks about The Value of Jiu-Jitsu Competition
In this great interview Ryan Hall speaks about The Value of Jiu-Jitsu Competition. It’s a great video
Ryan Hall is a Black Belt under 2-time world champion Felipe Costa and Season 22 Champion of The Ultimate Fighter reality series. Hall is also a professional Mixed Martial Arts fighter competing in the featherweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Before turning to the MMA world, Ryan was one of the most competitively successful American-born Jiu-Jitsu players to date and remains widely regarded as one of the best lightweight submission grapplers in the world.
Ryan was an IBJJF World (Mundial), No-Gi World, and European champion and medalist at the CBJJ Brazilian National (Brasiliero) championship as a purple belt, but is best known for his accomplishments on the world level of no-gi submission wrestling competition where he has faced and defeated some of the sport’s greatest champions. Ryan has been invited three times to compete in the ultra-prestigious ADCC Submission Wrestling World Championship where he is one of only a handful of non-Brazilian competitors in the history of the event to have come home with a medal.
Ryan is the author of “How To Master The Triangle Choke,” the definitive resource for training information regarding this signature technique of Jiu-Jitsu.In addition to his competitive exploits, Ryan is a world-renowned instructor and coach, highly sought after for expert seminars all over the world. His 50/50 Academy students have won titles at the local, regional, national, and international levels as they rise rapidly through the ranks under Ryan’s guidance. When Ryan isn’t training for elite-level competition or learning from other world-class athletes from around the United States and the globe, he can often be found instructing Jiu-Jitsu.