4. David Torres
David Torres began his Brazilian jiu-jitsu training in 2011 under the tutelage of Renzo Gracie black belt Omar Jimenez, achieving the rank on Brown belt in 2016. It was instilled in him very early on that jiujitsu was more than just a set of moves that one knows or doesn’t know, but rather is a set of concepts that can be mastered in all situations, including ones life outside of the mats. Coach David believes that the purpose of all coaches and professors is to help create quality human beings first, then quality athletes. His competitive resume includes victories at the Ibjjf World championships, Boston Open, NY open, Nogi Pan American, NY Pro, Arte Suave Cup, Pride Bjj, Good fight submission only championship.