Wrestling or Jiu Jitsu?

He became a national wrestling champion at the age of 15. He successfully manages to adopt wrestling for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. The New Year's seminar from Rustam Boboev is perhaps the best confirmation of this.

Rustam is a brown belt from Professor Kemal Akagunduz from Absolute MMA, in Shanghai. Rustam is also an active athlete, a champion of many tournaments, and combines his active sports career with coaching at the UFC Performance Institute.

Rustam not only told, but also showed in detail how it is possible to combine and apply wrestling skills in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and proved how effective and efficient it is.

The seminar included many variations of takedowns, combined with attacks, transitions to dominant positions both in the Gi and in NoGi. Rustam also shared his knowledge of how to successfully defend against takedowns, and not only to defend, but also how to effectively use defense and transfer it to the category of attack, or take a dominant position, thereby proving the effectiveness of using wrestling in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.