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Mohammad Reza Goodary

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Reza Goodary
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Goodary in 2021
BornMohammadreza Goodary
(1988-12-14) December 14, 1988 (age 32)
Tehran, Iran
Native nameرضا گودری
Other namesPersian Leopard
ResidenceChonburi, Thailand
NationalityIranian
Height195 cm (6 ft 5 in)
Weight90 kg (198 lb; 14 st 2 lb)
DivisionMiddleweight
Super middleweight
Light heavyweight
Heavyweight
Reach213 cm (83.9 in)
StyleKarate
Muay Thai
Brazilian jiu-jitsu
Fighting out ofJapan, Thailand
TeamVenum Training Camp
Teacher(s)Hamid Soltani (Karate)
Sakmongkol Sithchuchok (Muay Thai)
De'Alonzio Jackson (Brazilian jiu-jitsu)
TrainerMehdi Zatout (Kickboxing)
Rank     Black belt 4th Dan (Karate)
     Blue belt (Brazilian jiu-jitsu)
Years active2008-present
Notable club(s)Shindenkai (2008-2016)
WKO (2016-2018)
Fairtex Gym (2018-2020)
Venum (2020-present)
Websitewww.rezagoodary.com
last updated on: 8 September 2021

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Reza Goodary (Persian: رضا گودری‎, romanized: Rez̤ā Gūdarī, pronounced [reˈzɒː ɡudæriː]; born 14 December 1988, in Tehran) is an Iranian martial artist.[1] He specializes in Karate, Muay Thai, Brazilian jiu-jitsu and has a record of 299 professional karate fights.[2] He also has two championships in 2016 and 2019 World Martial Arts Masterships.[3][4]

Early life and education[edit]

Goodary was born in Tehran.[5] He spent his childhood in the Narmak area.[6] In 1995, he started sports at the age of 7 with Judo.[5] Due to childhood hyperactivity, his father, took him to practice Judo He then began learning traditional Kung Fu.[7] After a while, because of his vast interest in a practical method of combat, he focused on Full contact karate instead.[7] Then started practicing under Hamid Soltani’s supervision.[7] After years of training and winning more than 20 Iranian national titles in full contact karate, he migrated to Thailand in February 2016.[1] Because of the lack of regular competitions and Goodary's motivation to conclude the exercises, he decided to start researching other martial arts alongside karate.[7]

Career[edit]

According to Iranian Law, Goodary completed a mandatory military service, after which he moved to the Physical Education unit.[8] He became a member of the World Kumite Organization (W.K.O) in 2011, and got the chance to attend the World Championships in Thailand in February 2016 after moving to Thailand.[9] He was a national team member and winning about 20 national championship titles.[10] When his teacher immigrated to Germany, he decided to pursue his dreams and traveled to Thailand.[11] It took only six years in Thailand for Goodary to win the World Karate Championships in Japan and Thailand, professional Muay Thai fighting in Thailand, and the World Martial Arts Masterships (South Korea).[12] In 2020, Goodary learning MMA at the Venum Training Camp.[13] He trains under the supervision of De'Alonzio Jackson.[14] He has fought for the Siam Cup BJJ & COPA de Bangkok badges.[15][16] Gooday is a member of the United States Ju-jitsu Federation (USJJF), United States Muay Thai Federation (USMF) and USA National Karate-do Federation.[17][18] He set record for 299 professional full-contact karate fights with 253 wins.[2] He has a Karate Black belt 4th Dan and a (A) degree world-class in coaching and refereeing by International Shindenkai organization (ISKO).[19]

Yongmudo[edit]

In 2016 and 2019, he won 2 bronze medals at the World Martial Arts Masterships in Cheongju and a silver medal at the international Yongmudo tournaments.[20][21]

Full contact karate[edit]

In 2016, he won the 3rd place at the full contact karate International Championships in Pattaya and was ranked among the top eight in the world Byakuren Kaikan cup in Osaka.[5] In 2017 and 2018, he won 1st place in the Japanese national championship in Okinawa Island.[22]

Muay Thai[edit]

In 2016, Goodary launched Muay Thai under the auspices of Sakmongkol Sithchuchok.[23] Between 2018 and 2020, Goodary participated in eight professional Muay Thai fights in Thailand.[8] On April 22, 2018, he faced UFC fighter Phil Hawes in Max Muay Thai.[24]

Brazilian jiu-jitsu[edit]

In 2019, he started practicing Brazilian jiu-jitsu under Celso Rolim Junior supervision at the Fairtex Gym.[25] He was able to receive the blue belt Brazilian jiu-jitsu from De'Alonzio Jackson's hands.[26] He also participated in 4 International tournaments, 20 matches in the field of Brazilian jiu-jitsu in 2019 and 2020, where he successfully won 16 fights and 6 gold, 1 silver, and 3 bronze medals.[15][16]

Mixed martial arts[edit]

At present, Goodary is involved in mixed martial arts training under Mehdi Zatout's supervision in the Venum Training Camp in Thailand.[10] On August 27, 2021, he announced that he would soon resume training in the United States.[11]

Achievements[edit]

Yongmudo[edit]

Year Competition Venue Rank Event
2016 World Martial Arts Masterships Cheongju, South Korea 3rd Individual combat
International Yongmudo tournaments Yongin, South Korea 2nd Individual combat
2019 World Martial Arts Masterships Cheongju, South Korea 3rd Individual combat

Full contact karate[edit]

Year Competition Venue Rank Event
2016 Byakuren Kaikan International tournament Pattaya, Thailand 3rd Individual kumite
2017 Byakuren Kaikan Japan Championships Okinawa, Japan 1st Individual kumite
2018 Byakuren Kaikan Japan Championships Okinawa, Japan 1st Individual kumite

Brazilian ju-jitsu[edit]

Year Competition Venue Rank Event
2019 Siam Cup BJJ Bangkok, Thailand 1st Individual Gi
COPA de Bangkok Bangkok, Thailand 1st Individual No-gi
1st Individual Gi
1st Individual No-gi
2nd Individual Gi
2020 Thailand Championship Bangkok, Thailand 1st Combat Jujitsu
Siam Cup BJJ Bangkok, Thailand 1st Individual No-gi
3rd Individual Gi
3rd Individual No-gi

Muay Thai records[edit]

Muay Thai record

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Grapplink records[edit]

20 Matches, 16 Wins (4 Submissions), 4 Losses (2 Submissions), 0 Draws
Result Rec. Opponent Method Event Division Type Year Location
Win 16-4-0 United States Will Morrison Points (19-5) Siam Cup BJJ +75kg Nogi December 19, 2020 ThailandBangkok, Thailand
Loss 15-4-0 Russia Arsenii Obuhov Referee Decision (0-0)
Win 15-3-0 Germany Peter Forneck Submission (guillotine choke)
Win 14-3-0 Germany Peter Forneck Submission (sneaky shoulder choke) Absolute Gi
Loss 13-3-0 Thailand Nakharin Engwerda Submission (triangle choke)
Win 13-2-0 Thailand Nattha Dhamabutra Submission (rear naked choke)
Win 12-2-0 Italy Antonio Marcello Fedele Disqualification (walk away)
Win 11-2-0 Australia Coel Carmody Disqualification (walk away)
Win 10-2-0 Thailand Naphob Pongsatanachot Submission (sneaky shoulder choke) -94.3kg
Win 9-2-0 France Sebastien Molina Referee Decision (0-0) COPA de Bangkok Absolute Nogi November 23-24, 2019 ThailandBangkok, Thailand
Win 8-2-0 France Sebastien Molina Points (9-0)
Loss 7-2-0 France Aymeric Laurencic Submission (armbar) Gi
Win 7-1-0 Russia Pavel Shvayko Points (12-0)
Win 6-1-0 United Kingdom Andrew Grindlay Disqualification (walk away)
Win 5-1-0 India Aaron Arul Points (13-0) -91 kg Nogi
Win 4-1-0 India Aaron Arul Points (16-0) -94.3kg Gi
Win 3-1-0 Netherlands Chee Ming Chan Points (6-0)
Loss 2-1-0 South Korea UK Yun Points (8-7) Siam Cup BJJ Absolute Nogi October 5, 2019 ThailandBangkok, Thailand
Win 2-0-0 Thailand Ruetawat Chringchitra Points (7-0)
Win 1-0-0 Australia N/A Points (13-0) -94.3kg Gi

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See also[edit]

  • World Martial Arts Masterships
  • Kyokushin World Tournament Open
  • Max Muay Thai
  • Siam Cup BJJ
  • COPA de Bangkok
  • Yongmudo
  • Byakuren Kaikan
  • Kyokushin
  • Venum
  • Fairtex Gym
  • Shindenkai

References[edit]

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