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The 2022 Martial Paradise 'Ronin' Line up

Mathew Myga

Jan 1, 2022

The hottest Sponsorship program in the Jiu-Jitsu community, has chosen its line up for 2022.

Martial Paradise is proud to present the first official athletes to receive the ‘Ronin’ Sponsorship for a whole competition season.

Our unique sponsorship-program rewards talented and hard working Jiu-Jitsu athletes across the US, with a full sponsorship for the whole year of 2022.

You can support these and more future athletes with a purchase of any Martial Paradise product, as we share our profit with the Jiu-Jitsu community.

The three athletes are from the states of Florida, Illinois & Wisconsin.

Sebastian Serpa - Miami, FL - @sebastianserpajj

Sebastian is the newest member of the Martial Paradise line up.
2021 was a big year for him, after winning the Pan Ams and World Championship as a brown belt he got promoted to a black belt on the podium.
The Collar and Sleeve and Tarantula Guard are his biggest weapons in his game, so it is no coincidence, that the Spider Gi, quickly became his personal favourite.
We are happy to support Sebastian in his first season as a black belt and help him grow as a competitor and person.

Mahmoud Jabr - Milwaukee, WI - @mahmoudjabr33

Mahmoud is the first fully sponsored athlete by Martial Paradise and one of the hardest training athletes on the mats.
Despite a side job as a fully registered nurse, he finds time to drill, teach, train and workout.
After winning the 2021 No-Gi Pans as a purple belt and winning several tournaments & events, 2022 will be a year where he is attacking a spot at ADCC and chase more gold at the major IBJJF events.

Chris M Wojcik - Chicago, IL - @chrismwojcik

Another new member of the Martial Paradise line-up, representing the midwest is brown belt Chris Wojcik. With Chris on board, we don't just get a World Champion but also a great writer (B.A. in Journalism) and kids coach.
Chris has a unique ability to inform and share his experience to the Jiu-Jitsu community and people from outside the sport, interested in the BJJ lifestyle.
Training in different gyms, traveling to several tournaments throughout the year is costly and takes a lot of time, therefore we are happy to sponsor Chris and help him on his way up.

We are excited and proud to have these athletes supporting Martial Paradise and our goal to give back to the Jiu-Jitsu community.

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