Women of BJJ: Gazzy Parman

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One of the Top Female Grapplers: Gazzy Parman

 

Gazzy Parman is a second degree black belt Jiu-Jitsu World Champion and Submission Grappler

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Gazzy Parman Jiu-Jitsu and Competition Highlights:

2010- 1st Female to referee Jiu Jitsu in the UK

2010- 1st Female to do a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu & Grappling seminar-tour in the UK

2009- 1st and only female GRAPPLER HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE

2009- Feb 2nd, 1st American Female Black Belt in history to open BJJ & Mixed Martial Arts school.

2009- Promoted to FIRST DEGREE BLACK BELT

2008- NAGA FIGHTER PRO CHAMPION

2007 – No-Gi Jiu Jitsu WORLD CHAMPION (Copa Do Mundo) First Place

2006 – Promoted to Black Belt on December 7, 2006 by John Lewis, becoming the first female member of the legendary Nova União.

2006 – Grapplers Quest Women’s Pro Division Invitational: Second place finisher

2005 – ABU DHABI World Submission Wrestling Championships Invitee ranked 4th in the World

2005- Invitee to TOP 8 Women in the World to participate in ABU DHABI WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS.

2004 – Grapplers Quest West VI Gracie vs. Laimon: Submission Grappling Absolute Champion

2003 – Desert Quest Arizona State Champion

2003 – Copa Pacifica Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Gold Medalist

2003 – Abu Dhabi/U.S.A. Trials Submission Wrestling Tournament Champion

2002 – Grapplers Quest West III Submission Grappling Absolute (Open Weight) Champion

2002 – Grapplers Quest West III Submission Grappling Lightweight Champion

2002 – Grapplers Quest West III and TapOut Overall Most Technical Fighter Award

2002 – Las Vegas Grappling Tournament Championship

2002 – Desert Quest Superfight Champion

2002 – Grapplers Quest West II: Viva Las Vegas Submission Grappling Lightweight Champion

2001 – California State Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Champion

2001 – Machado International Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Tournament Champion

2000 – Pan American Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Champion

1999 – Voted Best American Female in her weight class by Judo Journal

1999 – United States Gracie Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Open 1st Place Champion

1999 – Machado International Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Tournament Champion

1999 – 7th Annual Joe Moreira International Tournament Champion

1999 – California State Women’s Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Champion

1998 – Machado International Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Tournament Champion

1998 – 6th Annual Joe Moreira International Tournament Champion

 

Notables:

– Competed in both the 1999 & 2000 World Championships of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.

– 2000-2003 Grapplers Quest #1 Rated Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Children’s Instructor and Team Coach.

 

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