Grapplers Quest ® is proud to announce the induction of UFC Fighter, Brandon “The Truth” Vera and Ultimate Fighter grappling coach and founder of Cobra Kai Jiu Jitsu, Marc Laimon into the Grappling Hall of Fameon Saturday, November 16, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Sports Center located at 121 East Sunset Road.
Brandon Vera will also be hosting a training seminar for registered Grapplers Quest World Series competitors only at 10:00 AM to help raise awareness for http://AutismDonation.org.
Competitors interested in training with the “The Truth”, an Ultimate Fighting Championship veteran can Pre-Register online before Wednesday, November 13at 11:59 PM at: http://bit.ly/WorldSeriesofGrappling or register at the door.
Brandon Vera started competing as a White Belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu at Grapplers Quest back in 2002 and quickly rose through the ranks, winning Novice, Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Division titles along the way, a total of eleven championship titles from Grapplers Quest plus several appearances in Professional divisions before an illustrious Mixed Martial Arts career with the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
Marc Laimon was the first ever Superfight Absolute Division champion, defeating Chris Brennan, Jeff Monson and Dean Lister in the first cash prize Submission Grappling tournament on U.S. soil at the first Grapplers Quest ever hosted in Las Vegas on October 7, 2000. After filming the Ultimate Fighter Season One, Laimon challenged Ryron Gracie in a 20 minute Superfight at Grapplers Quest defeating him at his own game with Rorion Gracie’s rules. He is a Grapplers Quest legend, founder of Cobra Kai Jiu Jitsu and now coach of many top UFC contenders including Johnny Hendricks.