Posted On:9/07/2007 7:23pm
Style: Judo, Tomiki Aikido, ??
I'm curious if anyone has had any info on the following folks
At BWarrior you will be trained by Sensei Brayner Martinez, a 3rd degree black belt with fifteen years experience in Mixed Martial Arts. The Sensei will "personally" teach and train you or your child in the arts of Karate, Kickboxing and Boxing.
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None of it is over the top but the credentials are vague and no mention of ranking for the "jiu-jitsu" or who he trained with is made.
If anyone has any comments or information, good bad or otherwise, I'd love to hear them.
Stillness is death
Posted On:9/10/2007 2:46am
NY Combat Sambo Style: combat sambo
I know Braynor. I have never trained with him, but I have seen him at many shows - mainly with kickboxing and some amatuer mma. I can't verify his credentials, but he has been around the NY scene for a long time. I believe he is a purple belt in BJJ - under Fabio Clemente? Not sure on that one but I know he is affiliated with a reputable BJJ group. I would suggest calling him and asking.
Posted On:9/13/2007 11:29pm
Correction. Braynor has his purple under Marcos Santos.
Posted On:2/07/2008 10:43pm
Style: tae kwon do
I train at the school doing kickboxing and I really like it. Not sure what you are looking for but definitely call and speak to him.
Posted On:8/31/2009 1:09pm
Style: Judo & BJJ
Anyone train at this school or know much about it? I'm looking to get over my aversion to being hit in the face. This place is close to work and the train, and the schedule is moderately convenient. Also, how's the BJJ?
(Necroing seemed better than starting a new thread).
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