Mourece Ramirez: Marcio André’s prospect is sharp for Grand Slam Miami

Mourece Ramirez está confirmado no Grand Slam Miami. Foto: Milena Maldonado/VF Comunica

Mourece Ramirez is a prodigy of the new Jiu-Jitsu generation and has confirmed himself in recent years as one of the top names in his division. The brown belt is a pupil of Marcio André in Arizona and proves with each competition that the expectation surrounding his name is real. Mourece is a complete and unpredictable athlete who chases the finish.

As well as being efficient when it comes to sweeping, the youngster is formidable when it comes to passing. Mourece has victories over other promising youngsters such as Cole Abate and Gustavo Ogawa.

The Marcio André Academy representative will be in action next weekend in the hunt for another great achievement in his promising career. Mourece Ramirez will be fighting in -62kg division of the Grand Slam Miami, organized by AJP. 

In an interview with VF Comunica, Mourece acknowledged the high level of his opponents in the tournament, but guaranteed that his Jiu-Jitsu is sharp enough to put on a flawless performance.

“I’ve got a killer division with some seriously talented competitors. Super stoked to see how I’ll do and put on a show for everyone”, told Mourece.

The brown belt is a dedicated student and always tries to correct positions to reduce gaps for his opponents. Mourece listed the main weapons of his game and stressed that he is motivated to shine in another high-quality championship.

“I love playing my guard, especially De la Riva, and going through my sequences and techniques from there. My passing is a strong suit as well, and I’ve been developing it, so I’m excited to show everyone what I’ve been working on”, shared Mou.

Mourece is a diamond polished by Marcio André. The professor is directly responsible for the brown belt’s development and his remarkable performances in championships. He pointed out Marcio’s essential role in the evolution of his Jiu-Jitsu.

“Márcio has been very important to me. He has helped me develop overall as a competitor and as a person. I’m very thankful for him, and I’m excited for what the future holds for us”, emphasized the brown belt.

Mourece is an outstanding competitor in the gi, but he also loves to try his hand at grappling. He becomes even more agile in the sport when he manages to impress with his offensive style. Last year, Mou made his debut with a victory in the WNO and has said that he wants to fight again soon in the event.

“It felt incredible to come out with a win. I want to compete as soon as possible at WNO, this time at 135lbs hopefully”, concluded Mourece.

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Written by Gabriel Almada

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