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Ricky
Last Name: Lundell
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City: Lindon
State: Utah
Country: U.S.A
School: University of Grappling
www.Universityofgrappling.com
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1. Submitted by Kevin Burns on Tuesday December 6, 2011 9:44 AM
I'm blessed to have met Ricky when he was at Iowa state. His teaching methods and style of BJJ are the best in the world for MMA, competitive grappling, or just self defense. I can't thank him enough for the knowledge he has passed on! I can't imagine where my BJJ game would be today if I wouldn't have met him!


2. Submitted by Jay Hughes on Tuesday December 6, 2011 11:58 AM
Ricky Lundell has been my BJJ (Gracie Jiu-Jitsu) instructor for the past 6 years. As I've progressed I have seen his skills improve far beyond what they were as a 19 year old Pedro Sauer black belt. Greats like Cael Sanderson and Gene Mills have also contributed to his skills and ability to coach. Think of that… the best tutoring and being friends with the best. There is a reason the "rich get richer" and the "best get better." Interestingly his coaching skills have always been outstanding. As long as I have known him he has always… 1. Known and been able to breakdown and carefully explain each jiu-jitsu movement and the reasons for those movements in great detail. 2. Known which techniques will work most efficiently to put a player in the best position, and 3. Known which techniques only look good but should never be used because when done poorly or at the wrong time they put a player in a bad position. And frankly, those three points only scratch the surface of his knowledge. What he can do and teach are astonishing. I heard him say once that he spent more time forgetting the techniques that put him in a bad position or had a low probability of working than he did learning the techniques that worked and kept him in a dominant position. He reminds me of Bruce Lee’s comment of “hack away at the non-essentials.” I don’t have the time or ability to spend on those areas so having Ricky be able to do so is worth any price of tuition. Ricky’s insight is rare in a world where half the coaches struggle with English and their complete technique explanation is, "Do like this." From what I have personally observed he has spent almost every hour of every day for the past 10 years (at least he has for the over five years I have known him) studying not only BJJ but other grappling styles so he could understand there strengths, weaknesses, and how he could defeat them. I still marvel at that. Who in the world would close a successful business and move to Ames to train with the USA’s greatest wrestler just to get better and better? Only Ricky Lundell. Do you know what you call someone who goes to university and spends 10 years studying something every minute of every day until they become an absolute expert? I believe you call them "Doctor." That is what Ricky Lundell is in the grappling world... not only in his skills but also in his teaching. People look at Ricky and think, "He is very young." His youth is a great asset to us players in our 30s and 40s because he has the energy and talent to master techniques and then prove them in hard core live matches with great players on the UFC, and FILA level. He knows from experience what works and what does not. If you doubt that just spend a couple of hours with him and you will never look at your current instructor the same. When Ricky comes back to town from teaching Frank, Roy, and the other UFC greats he goes back to teaching us the same techniques he teaches the best in the world. His classes in Utah are identical to those he teaches the big named people. What he teaches reminds me of an old slang term often recited by Texans, "Listen, this ain't theory yawl." And believe me... it ain't.


3. Submitted by Michelle Taylor on Tuesday December 6, 2011 7:28 PM
Ricky is a gifted instructor. He doesn't just teach you the techniques, he teaches you how to understand the strengths and weaknesses of the moves in order to choose the best technique for any situation you find yourself. He has a deep love and respect for BJJ which Is passed on to his students and everyone he comes in contact.


4. Submitted by Adam Lassiter on Tuesday December 6, 2011 10:15 PM
Ricky is a God when it comes to grappling and jujitsu!! I started less than 11 months ago with no wrestling and very little bjj experience. He's taught me everything I know and I've won first place in all my divisions because of his instruction. I've never met a nicer and more humble instructor and consider him a great friend.


5. Submitted by Max Lassiter on Tuesday December 6, 2011 11:57 PM
My name is Max. I'm eight years old. Ricky has taught me how to compete and grapple and I am now interested in wrestling and I have a tournament every weekend until February. I'm doing good an winning about half of my fights. But best of all I am having alot of fun!


6. Submitted by Cherrie Zollinger on Wednesday December 7, 2011 12:58 AM
All my kids go to university of grappling in Lindon Utah. My kids look forward to each Tuesday and Thursday night classes. I have noticed increased self confidence since they began training with Ricky Lundell. They are taught self respect and learn to pay attention. We are extremely happy with University Of Grappling and will continue to train there!!


7. Submitted by chase schaeffer on Wednesday December 7, 2011 9:38 AM
Hands down he has the slickest game in the world of grappling / jiu jitsu . Plus I have slept in the same hotel room as him and I know his deepest secrets to his greatness.


8. Submitted by tom taylor on Wednesday December 7, 2011 11:02 AM
ricky is by far the most creative, innovative bjj/grappling coach i've ever had for fortune of being taught by. ricky certainly lives by the Gracie moto 'keep it real' nobody keeps it real more than ricky! 'this aint theory yall' is just a phrase with him! there is no fluffand stuff with ricky. if after seeing his extensive resume your not convinced, just take one of his classes and you will be sold! rikcy is the shiz nat!


9. Submitted by Jay Merrifield on Wednesday December 7, 2011 11:40 AM
Take a class, go to his gym, watch his videos, and look at his resumé... enough said. He's #1.


10. Submitted by Stacey Kay on Wednesday December 7, 2011 11:46 AM
Ricky is an amazing teacher and his technique is brilliant. I have worked with a number of talented coaches and Ricky is hands down the best. He runs a clean, well behaved room where competition is welcomed, but stomping around the mat after getting subbed is not. No Brazilian temper tantrums in his room.


11. Submitted by LeAnn Johnston on Wednesday December 7, 2011 11:59 AM
I've known Ricky for a very long time. He's been training Jiu-Jitsu since the time he was a little kid. He is not only an amazing Jiu-Jitsu black belt, he has taken Jiu-Jitsu to an entirely different skill level.


12. Submitted by James Russell on Wednesday December 7, 2011 12:16 PM
If you want to be a versatile fighter who can handle the toughest grappling competitions and step into the MMA ring, Ricky Lundell is your man. He coaches world-class wrestlers, jiu-jitsu competitors, and MMA fighters. His dominant style takes you from your back to the top against even the largest competitors. In addition to skill, he's also a genuine person. I'm lucky to get to spend so much time learning from him.


13. Submitted by Taj on Wednesday December 7, 2011 1:00 PM
I have been blessed to have Ricky as a coach and teammate at a couple Pancrase submission grappling tourneys. Still relatively green, he coached me to a 4th place medal and against TUF alum Noah Thomas, verbally walked me thru a peruvian knecktie escape...Ricky is personable, humble, and a great all around person - I won't even touch on how good he is n the mat, LOL...the highlight of my training has been and still is the 30 minute straight randori i had with him...amazing!!!


14. Submitted by Eli Steele on Wednesday December 7, 2011 1:54 PM
Ricky sets the bar high for all Jiu-Jitsu players as well as Wrestling and MMA as a trainer and a Jiu-Jitsu Submission competitor. His two world titles in submission wrestling and many Jiu-jitsu victorys speak for them selves being the youngest black belt in the United States under Pedro Sauer is hudge acomplishment. Ricky's biggest key is the ability to mesh a marriage of jiu-jitsu and wrestling no one is out there doing what he is this is why many are calling him the secret weapon of MMA right now, he is training fellow black belt jiu-jistu players who are in the UFC right now those who are at different weights. How many 155lb submission guys are out there that can out wrestle a high calibor 220 to 250lb wrestler or jiu-jistu player like ricky has! He is a goal seeker and a teqnical engineer he is good in his dealings with his fellow man he is a great friend to those around him. I am glad to call him coach, professor as well as calling him and his family friends.


15. Submitted by Joseph Miller on Wednesday December 7, 2011 2:37 PM
As someone who has only been able to participate at Ricky's University of Grappling intermittently, I am very impressed with his ability to teach things clearly and succinctly. His videos are some of the few I actually watch in hopes of really learning something (i.e. something that I might actually go for the next time I roll), and every class that I have attended with him has resulted in my picking up something repeatedly useful (a gift that keeps on giving). I have worked with many martial arts instructors, in many different disciplines, and Ricky is the real deal.


16. Submitted by Dan Hardy on Wednesday December 7, 2011 2:47 PM
I have recently started working with Ricky, the past couple of months. Of all the coaches I have worked with, his style of teaching makes the most sense. I learn something one day and use it in sparring the next. Anyone with a desire to improve at grappling should train with him. Regardless of skill level, you will learn a lot.


17. Submitted by Dan Burton on Wednesday December 7, 2011 3:15 PM
I have known and worked with Ricky since my military discharge in 2007. Ricky is a phenomenal instructor, but more important he is a phenomenal person. Even with my military service-connected disability Ricky shows me techniques and alternatives that allow me to be successful at defending myself and others around me. Ricky's teaching style is such that everyone can learn from him. He will take the time to assist EVERYONE in class, and you don't feel as if you are a demand on him or his time. I have only been able to attend his trainings intermittently but in my opinion Ricky is currently the greatest BJJ/grappling instructor/practitioner I have ever had the blessing of working with (and i have trained with a few.) No matter where you are at on the training/experience spectrum Ricky will help you elevate your game to an entirely different level....come on out to the University of Grappling and find out for yourself!


18. Submitted by Ramona Smith on Wednesday December 7, 2011 3:48 PM
Totally awesome guy and instructor.


19. Submitted by Ron Hatfield on Wednesday December 7, 2011 5:25 PM
Ricky is not only a champion making instructor in style and technique but... a role model. He should have a speaking circuit talking about WHAT makes his athletes the best in the world.


20. Submitted by Jared Hardy on Wednesday December 7, 2011 5:55 PM
Ricky truly is the best of the best. I've known Ricky for years and have seen the years of work and effort he's put into BJJ and grappling as well as his natural talent and when it's all said and done I think he'll be know as the best grappling/BJJ teacher and artist the world.


21. Submitted by Jill Danley on Wednesday December 7, 2011 6:22 PM
Ricky is a fantastic person and instructor!!


22. Submitted by Terry Pruett on Wednesday December 7, 2011 9:12 PM
It has been an honor and a privilege to have known and worked with Ricky. He is one of those rare phenoms. Incredible practitioner, instructor, and all around wonderful human being.


23. Submitted by Desmond Lomax on Wednesday December 7, 2011 9:21 PM
Awesome instructor. Thank you for helping us law enforcement guys be safe!! Next I will take ya. lol D. Lomax UCSO


24. Submitted by Kavika Kauo on Wednesday December 7, 2011 10:23 PM
I love seeing the accomplishments of my friends. Ricky has been a dear friend to me and helped my game more then he knows. His patience and understanding of how individual the game is has helped me and many others. I'm always impressed with the maturity he's shown and the dedication to the sport, his students and his family.


25. Submitted by tom taylor on Wednesday December 7, 2011 10:56 PM
also i forgot to mention his true profession, ricky is really a NINJA!


26. Submitted by Ron Anson on Wednesday December 7, 2011 11:56 PM
After having trained in one martial arts style or another for nearly 30 years, I think I can tell the difference between a good instructor and an average instructor. Ricky is a MASTER! He has turned my teenage son into a grappling beast, and has taught and inspired an older man to get back on the mat. His style is an extremely street effective style, and his techniques never waste unnecessary time and energy. His techniques have been proven in the cage, and on the streets. He will be known very soon for his law enforcement/military defensive tactics training, like he is known for his UFC/FILA training. Ricky makes me a better fighter, and has given me additional skills to get me home every night. Most importantly, Ricky has been a wonderful role model to the young athletes in our gym. He comports his personal life like his professional...with honor and a passion for living. Ricky's greatest accomplishment is his family. Thank you for being our dear friend.


27. Submitted by Erick Perez on Thursday December 8, 2011 12:52 AM
I have trained with Ricky since 2007 and I can say without a doubt he is the best Grappling coach I have had the privilege to work with.Thanks Coach for all you do and for taking my game to a level I never knew possible. My son Xavier and I look forward to many years of learning and being apart of the UoG family.


28. Submitted by Kam Sekaquaptewa on Thursday December 8, 2011 2:18 AM
Ricky has always been humble and willing to teach anyone that he can about Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. I'm glad to see that he is getting the credit that he deserves. It is good to see him getting this exposure and training all these "well known" warriors. He loves what he does and you can tell by how he goes about teaching. He is giving his Professor Pedro Sauer a great name and it is good to see Ricky teaching and doing what he loves.


29. Submitted by Ryan Hass on Thursday December 8, 2011 12:42 PM
Ricky is one of the most intelligent guys in the sport, and caring/helping to those that want to learn. It doesn't matter who you are with Ricky, he's there to make everyone interested the best they can be and wants to help everyone. No way can anyone be better than Ricky for BJJ.


30. Submitted by Alix Jolley on Thursday December 8, 2011 12:56 PM
I've never been taught by Ricky, but my father has and I've seen how Ricky's teachings have improved my dad's fighting skills. My entire family knows and loves Ricky and when we talk about him with other people, there's always a sense of awe and admiration. If you want a BJJ teacher that will teach you applicable skills and become a role model for you or someone you know, look no further than Ricky Lundell.


31. Submitted by Keith Owen on Thursday December 8, 2011 11:33 PM
Ricky is Awesome!


32. Submitted by Brian Staheli on Saturday December 10, 2011 3:35 PM
I feel very luck to have Ricky as my coach. He is a great coach and very personable. It would definitely recommend him to anyone. He has a VAST knowledge of jiu jitsu and wrestling which makes his style so unique. Two thumbs up for Ricky Lundell.


33. Submitted by @ufc_downder on Sunday December 11, 2011 2:29 AM
Great to see the people behind the scenes getting credit where credit is due. GREAT JOB +1


34. Submitted by logan camp on Sunday December 11, 2011 3:17 PM
Frank Mir will hold gold again keep up the work


35. Submitted by Sarah Saldana on Monday December 12, 2011 1:23 AM
AWESOME!


36. Submitted by Mean Gene Mills on Monday December 12, 2011 6:35 AM
Ricky is the Best! I had the pleasure of working with him at the FILA Grappling World Team Camp and then he came to my Pin2win Wrestling Camp in Pa for a week. Ricky was a sponge. Every time I showed him a move he was thinking of 15-20 ways to apply it and he would drill it until he knew he could hit it live on anyone. He is a great student and teacher of Grappling, BJJ and Submission from anywhere. I've seen alot of teachers, but Ricky is truly amazing. My vote goes out to Ricky as the Best BJJ/Sumbission Teachers on this planet. What is even nicer, is the Ricky is a phenominal person who will go out of his way to help anyone. He is great!


37. Submitted by lmjr on Monday December 12, 2011 10:09 AM
Ricky is SICK! The best part is that he looks like the most down to earth guy around. Stay humble my friends...


38. Submitted by Bobby Thompson on Monday December 12, 2011 3:02 PM
FOR THE RECORD, because several people have written me asking about how fast Ricky Lundell jumped up on this site. I am the creator of the site. I live in Jacksonville, FL and I also teach BJJ. I created the site in 2009 and today it has a around 20K visitors per month. I did not know Ricky then and I don't know him now. All I can tell you is that every vote is from a unique IP address. That's impossible to fake. Congrats on all your recognition Ricky. Apparently you are doing something very impressive.


39. Submitted by John Zarate on Monday December 12, 2011 4:42 PM
Ricky is the best at his game. I am grateful that I have been able to train with the best. My son also trains and really looks up to and admirers Ricky. He is a great role model.


40. Submitted by GiTaNaMeTaL MeTaL GyPSy on Monday December 12, 2011 4:47 PM
of course I like him!!! He es awesome!! Frank Mir is a great example of this ...


41. Submitted by George Hannan on Friday December 16, 2011 11:19 PM
Ricky not only teaches you the moves that work but teaches you how to best use them. He doesn't teach fluff moves that work once in a blue moon and in my time training with him he has discovered at least 6 techniques I have never seen anywhere else. His style, technique, philosophy, and training methods are revolutionary for the jj world, he is aptly named the wizard of jujitsu.


42. Submitted by Joe Lauzon on Monday December 19, 2011 7:21 PM
I fight in the UFC and had the opportunity to meet Ricky during a trip to Vegas. I was overwhelmed by the knowledge he had in all things grappling. He is a GREAT communicator and I brought him out for my last fight camp... which resulted in me getting submission of the night at UFC136. You should try and train with Ricky Lundell whenever possible.


43. Submitted by Brent on Monday December 19, 2011 8:27 PM
I've been attending Ricky Lundell's school 3X a week since August 2006. He was a fairly new black belt at the time. He was a brilliant instructor at the time and what he could do technically was astounding. I felt like I was watching Houdini. As time has passed and Ricky won two world championships, trained with Cael and Mean Gene, I watched his personal and teaching skills transition beyond any instructor I had ever studied with. Here in the Lindon area there must be 6 different Gracie Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) instructors. I often ask myself: "Why would anyone train with them when the best in the world is just down the street?" It is like asking, "Why would anyone attend a community college when they could attend Harvard for the same price?" I still don't understand it. It beggars the mind. Ricky is the real deal. He understands movement on the mat better than anyone I've ever known. He studies with the best and conveys their's and his knowledge to we few who don't see the world in the same way. Frankly after over five years of hard work I'm still astonished.


44. Submitted by George on Friday December 23, 2011 5:21 PM
"FOR THE RECORD, because several people have written me asking about how fast Ricky Lundell jumped up on this site. I am the creator of the site. I live in Jacksonville, FL and I also teach BJJ. I created the site in 2009 and today it has a around 20K visitors per month. I did not know Ricky then and I don't know him now. All I can tell you is that every vote is from a unique IP address. That's impossible to fake." sorry Rob but the votes are legit.


45. Submitted by Jared Harting on Saturday December 24, 2011 1:01 AM
Hey Rob, # 44... What's your real and full name? Always interesting to hear who is accusing people of cheating! :) You got comments by two of the most well off guys in MMA/UFC on the page (Lauzon/Hardy)... I live in Poland and travel around the world for MMA training. Currently training in the USA and visiting Garcia's place next. Lundell has many votes because he is internationally famous. Most everyone knows him here in Europe. Since the world championships he became an overnight Grappling/MMA celeb here. Didnt hurt watching his student "Frank Mir" tear Nogeira's arm off. Everyone knows about the Hybrid of his Wrestling/Jiu-Jitsu combination.... I'm surprised he only has 1800 votes... Are you just mad your instructor is half as liked as Lundell is? Hate to break the news the rest of the world knows already, Ricky is a Hybrid and the Evolution of the sport. Ive trained with and/or attended seminars with Sauer, Lister, Margarita, Laimon, Liborio, Galvoa, Vitor Ribeiro, Jacare, Roger, Caio, and Lundell... Not one of these guys compares to what Lundell has become with his Folkstyle Wrestling and his Grappling mix. I had the pleasure of watching him and Cael Sanderson battle. This guy is Olympic level at wrestling (hell even Gene Mills one of the greatest wrestlers of all time commented saying how good Lundell is), World Champ FILA 2x, Team USA, World class jits, and smokes the best guys in MMA in Grappling no matter the weight class... Pedro Sauer doesn't even compare!!! I don't know of one competition Sauer has ever won except for beating up an untrained body builder in the 90's. His claim to fame is that he trained with the Gracie's. Hate to break more news.... A lot of people have trained with the Gracie's. Sorry he is 1000 votes below him "Rob". More people "Like" MMA and reality based fighting, geeks and weirdos are looking for schoolyard "Self-Defense". This isnt Brazil, we arent fighting for Surf Spots and the last Acai bowl with Granola, go buy a gun! I'd be interested to hear how many times Sauer has helped Lundell since Lundell got his black belt in Jiu-Jitsu 6-7yrs ago, and Sauer moved to Virginia?


46. Submitted by Mike Chewetti on Thursday March 15, 2012 7:39 PM
If all these guys like this guy why is it that not 1 person not a single guy or gal has a good thing to say In Utah or Vegas about this guy. Apparently he was VERY disliked at Pedro Sauers school I'n Utah. I live I'n Vegas now and travel to So Cal to train as well and talk about a bad rep !!! I mean it can't all be jealousy can it ? I was only a blue belt when Richard was finished with Pedro so I never knew him. I dont know. However I train at Sergios I'n Vegas and even Sergio has a strange look on his face when I asked about Rick and Mir. What is going on in the BJJ world. Full of haters ?


47. Submitted by Stacey Kay on Friday March 16, 2012 1:15 AM
Well Mike, I seriously doubt you talked to everyone in Utah and Las Vegas, because you certainly didn't talk to me. As for the quality of his instruction, it is superb. As for his as a grappler, he is unreal. But, don't take my word for it, make time to roll with him yourself and you decide. I have seen some pretty top notch guys get their butts handed to them by Ricky......some guys are good with that and want to learn.......some aren't. Talk is cheap. Find a way, roll with him and then you will know who to believe.


48. Submitted by Lovi on Friday March 16, 2012 12:39 PM
I've know Ricky since he was a little kid. We spent about 7 Years on the mat together. He always shared moves with me. Was a good friend and good training partner. All The best. !!


49. Submitted by Miles Parsons on Sunday December 30, 2012 7:23 PM
Ricky is very knowledgeable in grappling, is a great teacher, and is always willing help me when it comes to Bjj he is a very great teacher with good understanding of grappling. Ricky lundell is the man!


50. Submitted by Maurice on Sunday December 30, 2012 7:44 PM
Over the passed two years, I've gotten to know Ricky while doing a story on him for our site. While his expertise is well above average in BJJ, what struck me is his ability to related to every level of student, not only by way of counsel, but then getting in there and having a match with them. This experiential methodology has helped everyone I've seen him teach and contributed to their ability to advance and win in various facets of their athletic and academic pursuits. There is no doubt that he deserves the title of "best" instructor.


51. Submitted by Mark Canfield on Sunday December 30, 2012 7:49 PM
Ricky is truly the best!! As a coach and a roll model. I've coached several sports over the years and I've coached with good and bad coaches! Ricky dosent have a complex like your going to take his job from him. He is willing to and seems to genuinely want others to share his knowledge of BJJ/ wrestling. Ricky has mastered his craft and as long as my family has been going to his GYM.Ricky has been genuine and easy to approach. In the 3 years I have watched Ricky work harder than anyone I have ever met, and he never overlooked a student who had a question or needed to get clarification on a move. Almost every time he himself would get down and show them what they needed to do to understand completely before moving on! Ricky is a true teacher coach and friend to everyone he comes in contact with!


52. Submitted by Michelle Taylor on Sunday December 30, 2012 10:16 PM
Ricky is an incredible instructor. He cares deeply about his students. He gives his all to his students.


53. Submitted by Shari Asay on Sunday December 30, 2012 11:29 PM
Ricky is an amazing instructor. I've seen him teach his BJJ classes on multiple occasions. He is so friendly and willing to help his students learn the moves. He will give added one on one help to those who need it. He is incredible. I feel honored to know him! One of the most impressive guys I've ever met!


54. Submitted by brian staheli on Sunday December 30, 2012 11:39 PM
Ricky is the best coach. Always evolving and making everyone better. There is no one more deserving than him.


55. Submitted by Allan Lires on Sunday December 30, 2012 11:58 PM
Ricky is an Incredible coach, not only does he evolve and adapt to the personal needs of each of his students. He also befriends them and makes them feel accepted. There is nobody more honorable and deserving than Ricky Lundell.


56. Submitted by Terry Pruett on Monday December 31, 2012 11:27 AM
Ricky's instruction is top shelf. You would be hard pressed to find better.


57. Submitted by Andrea Bobo on Monday December 31, 2012 4:08 PM
Ricky is not only the GREATEST teacher in the world, he's been a great friend. He's always kind, patient and really works with you. He is a treasure and I hope both his career and life are very long. Thanks Ricky.


58. Submitted by Adam Miller on Thursday April 11, 2013 7:53 PM
I started training with Pedro Sauer in Jan of 2006 and when he moved out of Utah I started training with Ricky full time from August of 2006 until the Summer of 2011. In that time I was able to work with several of Pedro's black belt students in Utah and Ricky stood out as being very thorough in his technique as well as having an incredible ability at passing that knowledge on to his students. He focuses on techniques that are "high percentage" and he has a sincere desire to see his students grow. I believe his combination of wrestling and jiu-jitsu make him unique and I am proud of the time I was able to spend training with one of the best in the game.


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60. Submitted by Brent Lundell on Friday June 21, 2013 12:18 AM
Ricky has put in well over 20,000 hours of on and off the mat grappling work since I started him in Professor Pedro Sauer's Gracie Jiu-Jitsu class at age 6 in 1992. I did not know anyone could work so hard and with so much focus. He can do all the traditional GJJ grappling work with Pedro Sauer perfection, transition into an All-American NCAA level wrestling, and blend the two with perfect precision. He has proven his abilities winning two FILA World Submission titles. Every time I am on the mat with him I realize no matter how long I live I will never catch his level of greatness in both grappling ability and coaching talent. If you can train under him you should. Your view of grappling will grow larger and larger every day.


61. Submitted by Ramona Smith on Friday July 19, 2013 4:23 PM
Unbelievably good.


62. Submitted by Thomas on Friday July 19, 2013 4:29 PM
Ricky is the shiznat! and he is a ninja in his spare time!


63. Submitted by Naomi Wolf on Thursday July 25, 2013 12:40 PM
Coach Lundell is not only an exceptional instructor, but an extraordinary human being. His generosity and enthusiasm for life has given me the opportunity to do what I love most and to grow as a person, and literally changed my life from barely being a participant to being present. My future is no longer a shrug and a what ever, and that is so huge. My gratefulness knows know bounds. Thank you, Chief.


64. Submitted by Coach Jamie Huey on Tuesday August 13, 2013 1:36 PM
I coached against Ricky on The Ultimate Fighter season 17, everyone on team jones raved about him not just as a coach but as a person. Ricky is an amazing coach I wish he coached on our side that season but it's been honor to watch him work. Great guy great coach, great person


65. Submitted by john lewis on Tuesday August 13, 2013 1:58 PM
Ricky is not only one of the brightest innovative instructors to grace the UFC.His personality and intense desire to develop the best attributes in all his students, is a testament to his skills and abilities.


66. Submitted by Rick Tasler on Tuesday August 13, 2013 2:18 PM
As a 15 year active Police Officer and a Pro MMA fighter I look for technique that I can learn to help in both areas. BJJ is the best sport for both areas. I have been to several seminars that Ricky has put on and they are down to earth teaching that you can take home and immediatley use. If you have not trained with him, you should. I promise you will get better. Keep up the good work!


67. Submitted by Jesse Hull on Tuesday August 13, 2013 5:30 PM
This man is the greatest bjj instructor on planet earth bar none!


68. Submitted by Bradley Montgomery on Wednesday August 14, 2013 12:49 AM
Incredibly talented and humble!


69. Submitted by Jess Johnson on Wednesday August 14, 2013 12:56 AM
Simply the best! Good luck, Ricky!


70. Submitted by Pruett on Wednesday August 14, 2013 12:06 PM
Your awesome


71. Submitted by Josh on Friday August 30, 2013 12:08 AM
Ricky is freaking amazing! He has innovated the perfect combo of wrestling and BJJ. The nicest, most humble beast I ever met.


72. Submitted by Sk on Friday August 30, 2013 4:29 PM
Yay!


73. Submitted by Jean Grey on Friday August 30, 2013 4:33 PM
Ricky you are hot and you can spar with me anytime *wink *wink


74. Submitted by Tom on Wednesday October 9, 2013 6:48 PM
Ricky is the shiznat


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77. Submitted by Sam Banks on Monday October 6, 2014 2:46 PM
I have had the honor of being instructed by Ricky a few occasions. Though I am not in the martial arts field I am in law enforcement and have had the privilege of Ricky coming to our department and teaching us some vital defensive tactic moves. I fell more confident in defending myself and others because of the techniques Ricky has shared with me.


78. Submitted by Austin Tharp on Tuesday October 7, 2014 4:06 AM
Ricky is a great role model. As I was growing up as a young kid I got to hear all kinds of stories about Ricky from my father and his father as well, all four of us share a love for martial arts and competing. It makes me happy to see how far Ricky has come. He has spent most his life working on and off the floor with his passion and love for BJJ. My favorite story about Ricky is how dedicated he was, when he wasn't at school he was on the floor. Even when he was home he was always practicing and evolving in his martial arts. Ricky I think you are awesome! Your my hero.


79. Submitted by Rob McConkie on Wednesday October 15, 2014 11:36 AM
Ricky is an amazing coach. The best thing was his knowledge of body mechanics and the physics of the techniques. As a big guy I have trouble with certain techniques, but Ricky is always able to look at me while I do the move and tell me how to adjust the technique to make it work for my body. He also has countless tricks that he has shown me to not only submit my opponents, but submit opponents who know much more than I.


80. Submitted by Anonymous on Wednesday August 19, 2015 10:29 AM
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81. Submitted by Eric on Tuesday December 6, 2016 10:58 PM
What a great instructor. Such a positive vibe on the class


82. Submitted by Adam Lassiter on Wednesday December 7, 2016 2:35 PM
It's now end of 2016... and having been training since forever I have not yet met Ricky's equal. I just wish he still lived/coached within travel distance of me!!!

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