Coach Fred Ramie
Frederick Ramie started his BJJ journey under Roberto Maia at Boston BJJ. After a few years, Fred was called upon by the Army to change duty locations and had to move to Maryland. Fred began training at Crazy 88 with Julius Park, a Lloyd Irvin affiliate. He trained there for a couple years and also started a club on FT Meade, FT Meade BJJ. Once again the Army Called and Fred was now off to Florida were he eventually opened his own academy, Aumakua BJJ. Aumakua BJJ is a very competitive school that yielded incredible results in International competitions. In 2010 Roberto Maia awarded Fred His Black Belt. Fred realized that in order to have a competitive school, there must be a good support system and joined the Renato Tavares Association. In 2013 Renato Tavares awarded Fred his First Degree.
Below you will see just a few highlights of Professor Ramie’s BJJ career as a black belt:
2013- Pan American Championship- Gold Medalist
2012- BJJ Worlds Master/Senior Championships- Bronze Medalist
2012 Miami International Open- Silver Medalist
2012 Dallas International Open- Gold Medalist X2 (Absolute Champion)
2011- Pan American Championship- Bronze Medalist
2011 Chicago Winter Open- Bronze Medalist
2011 Miami International Open- Silver Medalist
Coach Mario Espindola
Mario Espindola stated training BJJ in 2010, at the time focusing only on No-Gi. After watching a match featuring Rubens "Cobrinha" Charles he decided to put on a gi. He started training with Allen Mohler at Mohler Jiu Jitsu in 2011 and received his blue belt in 2012. Mario is now training with Coach Fred Ramie and received his Purple Belt September 2014. He also holds a 3rd degree black belt in American Karate and has over 7 years of teaching experience.