First Name Last Name
HOME  |   TOP 20  |   ADD INSTRUCTOR   |   BJJ LINEAGE  |   SEMINARS   |   RECENT COMMENTS  |   SEARCH  |   F.A.Q  |   FRIENDS  |   ABOUT  |   CONTACT  |  


RANDOM
Phillipe Gentry
Phillipe Gentry



First Name:

Scott
Last Name: Goddard
Rank:
City: Volo
State: Illinois
Country: USA
School: Wrecking Ball Fight Facility
www.wreckemall.com
21 Likes

Reader Comments
You must have a subscription to view privated comments.

1. Submitted by Marcelo Corpuz on Tuesday December 27, 2011 11:38 PM
Scott Goddard is a second degree black belt under Rigan Machado and he is my teacher. He runs a challenging class, and he truly cares about his students-- both the professional fighters and the recreational BJJ players alike. He is a stand-up individual, and I'm very fortunate to have him as my instructor. His credentials are below: Scott Goddard holds a black sash in Wing-Chun, a black belt in Judo and is a second degree black belt in Brazilian jiu jitsu. Scott began studying martial arts at the age of five in his former home country of England. There he trained in various martial arts including Wing-Chun, Thai Boxing, Boxing and Judo. Scott participated in the first ever Vale Tudo competition held in England and won his division. He also fought at a national level and won many Judo tournaments. At the age of 26, Scott was introduced to Brazilian Jui-Jitsu through a seminar held in England by John Machado. Three months later, Scott was training in Los Angeles, CA under Rigan Machado. Scott achieved his black belt in a record three and a half years and was the first person from England to ever receive his black belt in Brazilian jui jitsu. Scott has had the honor of training with some of the best Jiu-jitsu and MMA fighters out there including the legendary Rigan Machado, John Machado and Roger Machado, former UFC Heavyweight Champion Rico Rodriguez, UFC fighter Frank Trigg and Shooto Champion Eric Paulson.


2. Submitted by Charles radtke on Wednesday December 28, 2011 1:14 AM
Great coach helped me tremendiously and is the strongest grappler ive ever face great person and is always willing to help


3. Submitted by Marc on Wednesday December 28, 2011 1:39 PM
Scott Goddard is a very mature, well respected, technical BJJ practitioner. If you are looking for a coach that leads by example,inspires and pushes you to be the best you can be, you should meet Scott.


4. Submitted by Dale Bowser on Wednesday December 28, 2011 9:40 PM
His character and bjj style has great mental and physical toughness. He doesn't have much sympathy, because our opponents wont.


5. Submitted by kent rexford on Thursday December 29, 2011 10:32 AM
Scott is the best instructor out there. He has and teaches with a complete knowledge of the sport. On top of that he's a great father and all around good guy. And tough as they come. Come check him out at the wrecking ball fight facility, no ones turned away.


6. Submitted by Scott Gave on Thursday December 29, 2011 1:39 PM
Scott is one of the Best Martial Artist, I have trained with in my 16 years of training. Scotts' practical, technical, challenging and experienced approach is what makes Scott Goddard so great. I highly recommend Training with Scott and so have legendary Jiu jitsu practioners such as Chris Haueter. What I enjoy the most about training with Scott Goddard is he blends all of the concepts of the different styles of martial arts he has trained into the jiu jitsu training alot like other great martial artists like Dan Inosanto. Check him out at Wrecking Ball Facility in Volo, IL. (Thanks for the great training Coach)


7. Submitted by Austin Cloe on Friday December 30, 2011 7:50 PM
Scott is a great jiu jitsu coach and has shown me many things not only in jiu jitsu but also being mentally and physically tough. Scott runs a tough, strict, and well structured class along with amazing technique he teaches. Scott has helped me in my jiu jitsu technique so much and I do know if I could of made all the progress I have in jiu jitsu without him.


8. Submitted by Josh B. on Sunday January 8, 2012 9:41 AM
No matter how much my technique grows, sensei still makes me feel like I am a white belt all over again when we roll. He has great teaching skills and is a high character individual.


9. Submitted by Mark Foster on Sunday March 4, 2012 11:30 PM
Scott strikes an excellent balance of toughness and technique. His classes and lessons are challenging for all levels - it is quite unique to find his level of talent teaching in the midwest.

Post Comment

Please keep your comments relevant to the post. Inappropriate or promotional comments may be removed. Email addresses are required to confirm comments but will never be displayed.

Name (required):

Email (required):

Comments:





RANDOM
Andre Derizans
Andre Derizans




COPYRIGHT 2010-2018 RATEMYBJJINSTRUCTOR.COM. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.