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Mahamed Aly is a Brazilian jiu jitsu black belt under Lloyd Irvin, and a former student of Everaldo Penco as well as Antônio Rogério & Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira. Aly made a name for himself in the lower belt divisions of the sport, particularly in the brown belt category where he conquered important titles such as IBJJF World Champion, European Open Champion, as well as Pan American (No Gi) and American National Champion.

Mahamed Aly Jiu Jitsu

Full Name: Mahamed Aly Santos da Silva

Nickname: n/a

Lineage: Mitsuyo Maeda > Carlos Gracie > Helio Gracie > Rickson Gracie > Jorge Pereira > Leo DallaLloyd Irvin > Mahamed Aly

Main Achievements:

  • IBJJF World Champion (2015** brown, 2014 purple)
  • IBJJF European Open Champion (2017 black, 2015** brown)
  • IBJJF European No-Gi Open Champion (2017** black)
  • IBJJF Pan American No-Gi Champion (2014 brown)
  • IBJJF American Nationals Champion (2015 brown)
  • IBJJF New York Pro Champion (2014* brown)
  • IBJJF World No-Gi Championship Runner-up (2015)
  • UAEJJF Abu Dhabi World Pro Runner-up (2014* brown)
  • IBJJF World Championship 3rd place (2017, 2013 purple)
  • IBJJF World No-Gi Championship 3rd place (2014 brown, 2015* black)
  • IBJJF Pan American Championship 3rd Place (2017)
  • IBJJF American Nationals Championship 2nd place (2015* brown)

* Absolute
** Weight and absolute

Favorite position/Technique: Helicopter Sweep

Weight Division: Peso Pesadíssimo (+100kg/221lbs)

Team/Association: Team Lloyd Irvin

Mahamed Aly Biography

Mahamed Aly was born on the 11th of January 1994 in Rio de Janeiro – Brazil, being raised in Duque de Caxias where he lived the first 9 years of his life.

Aly’s father, who named him after the legendary boxer “Muhammad Ali”, was murdered when Mahamed was 9 years old. This tragic event led the family to relocate to an uncle’s house in Jacarepaguá, and later Gardenia Azul. All regions within Greater Rio de Janeiro.

Mahamed became a fan of mixed martial arts (MMA) in his teens and decided to start training kickboxing when he was around 15 years of age. After a few months of training he tried some MMA sparring and ended up being triangle choked with ease by his training partner on the ground. Aly was surprised by how effortless the jiu jitsu movements looked and decided to add grappling to his routine, choosing Eduardo Brigadeiro‘s academy for that effect.

Throughout the course of 1.5 to 2 years, Aly focussed on jiu jitsu, earning his blue belt, but as his aspirations had always leaned towards becoming a professional MMA fighter, he opted to switch camps, moving on to Team Nogueira, where he could focus on this goal.

During 2012 Mahamed focussed on his MMA, training jiu jitsu solely with punches and geared towards fighting in the cage. His focus had him leaving his mother’s accommodations, moving into Team Nogueira’s fighter house.

Being 98kg (216lbs) Aly trained with many of the bigger guys at the gym, most of which were professional athletes. Although Mahamed lobbied for a debut in the cage, coaches Antônio Rodrigo “Minotauro” and Rogério Nogueira held him back due to his age (17).

Late in 2012 Team Nogueira’s BJJ coach Everaldo Penco, convinced Mahamed to enter a jiu jitsu tournament, a competition he won with ease, earning his purple from the Nogueira brothers and instructor Penco after the event. The win and the promotion sparked Aly’s interest in jiu jitsu and in 2013 geared his focus back towards BJJ.

Mahamed Aly met Lloyd Irvin during his jiu jitsu tour, while travelling the world competing at the Abu Dhabi World Pro and IBJJF World Championship (2013). Irvin saw great talent in Aly extending an invitation for him to come and train with his team in Maryland, USA. At that time Mahamed was still attached to his Rio de Janeiro roots and refused the offer.

In 2014 Mahamed did the same tour, travelling from Abu Dhabi to California – USA before the World Championship. This time around he stayed at Lloyd Irvin’s camp as his friend Erberth Santos was already settled there. Aly enjoyed the stay and ended up winning the world title.

On his return to Rio de Janeiro, coach Everaldo awarded Mahamed Aly his brown belt. Shortly after he returned to the US (and TLI) ahead of the No Gi World Championship and the IBJJF New york Pro.

During 2015, while travelling in between camps, Mahamed had a tremendous campaign, winning the majority of important tournaments available in BJJ’s calendar. These achievements led to Mahamed Aly’s black belt, awarded on September 2015 by Lloyd Irvin.

Mahamed Aly Grappling Record

49 WINS
  • BY POINTS
    20 (41%)
  • BY ADVANTAGES
    4 (8%)
  • BY SUBMISSION
    23 (47%)
  • BY DECISION
    1 (2%)
  • BY PENALTIES
    1 (2%)
  • BY DQ
    0 (0%)

23 SUBMISSIONS WINS

#214eb8
Armbar
22
5
#86e620
Botinha
13
3
#5AD3D1
Toe hold
13
3
#d1212a
Wristlock
4
1
#fad11b
Kneebar
4
1
#f58822
Arm in ezekiel
4
1
#224aba
Cross choke
4
1
#ff9124
Guillotine
4
1
#bf1f6c
Flying triangle
4
1
#22c9a5
Choke from back
4
1
#fad223
Choke from mount
4
1
#03861f
Calf slicer
4
1
#039a1f
Flying armbar
4
1
#03b41f
Footlock
4
1
#03c61f
Injury
4
1
23
(100%) SUBMISSIONS
23 LOSSES
  • BY POINTS
    10 (43%)
  • BY ADVANTAGES
    4 (17%)
  • BY SUBMISSION
    7 (30%)
  • BY DECISION
    2 (9%)
  • BY PENALTIES
    0 (0%)
  • BY DQ
    0 (0%)

7 SUBMISSIONS LOSSES

#214eb8
Heel hook
29
2
#86e620
Kneebar
29
2
#5AD3D1
RNC
14
1
#d1212a
Choke from back
14
1
#fad11b
Choke
14
1
7
(100%) SUBMISSIONS

Mahamed Aly Fight History

ID Opponent W/L Method Competition Weight Stage Year
8277Gabriel LucasGabriel LucasLPts: 2x2, AdvNoGi WorldsO100KGF2015
8306Matheus DinizMatheus DinizLRNCNoGi WorldsABSSF2015
8887Abraham MarteAbraham MarteLPts: 0x0, AdvUAEJJF NYC ProO94KGRR2016
8888Luiz PanzaLuiz PanzaLPts: 2x2, AdvUAEJJF NYC ProO94KGRR2016
9120Joseph MokuLPointsPan AmericanO100KG8F2016
9621Leo NogueiraLeo NogueiraLAdvAtlanta BJJ ProO94KGF2016
9836Alexander TransAlexander TransLPts: 4x0World Champ.ABSR22016
9941Leo NogueiraLeo NogueiraLPts: 4x2IBJJF Pro GPABSSF2016
10196Luiz PanzaLuiz PanzaLKneebarGrand Slam LA110KGSF2016
10645Gustavo EliasGustavo EliasLPts: 2x0NoGi WorldsO97KGSF2016
10656Josh HingerJosh HingerLPts: 16x8NoGi WorldsABS8F2016
10839Joao RochaJoao RochaLPts: 4x0NY BJJ ProO94KGF2016
10987Roberto AbreuRoberto AbreuLKneebarGrappling Pro 2120KGF2016
11142Leandro LoLeandro LoLPts: 3x0European OpenABSSF2017
11681Nicholas MeregaliNicholas MeregaliLChoke from backPan AmericanABS4F2017
11822Erberth SantosErberth SantosLReferee DecisionPan American100KGSF2017
11880Adam WardzinskiAdam WardzinskiLPts: 4x0Rome OpenABSSF2017
12433Erberth SantosErberth SantosLReferee DecisionACBJJ HW GP95KG4F2017
12554Marcus AlmeidaMarcus AlmeidaLChokeWorld Champ.ABS4F2017
12721Erberth SantosErberth SantosLPts: 9x2World Champ.100KGSF2017
13303Rafael LovatoRafael LovatoLPts: 3x0ADCC99KG4F2017
13371Gordon RyanGordon RyanLHeel hookADCCABSSF2017
13373Marcus AlmeidaMarcus AlmeidaLHeel hookADCCABS3RD2017
8273Adam WheelerWArmbarNoGi WorldsO100KG4F2015
8282Gabriel KitoberWArmbarNoGi WorldsABSR12015
8298C. NegromonteC. NegromonteWToe holdNoGi WorldsABS8F2015
8304Jackson SousaJackson SousaWPts: 2x2, AdvNoGi WorldsABS4F2015
8856Jared DoppJared DoppWPts: 11x0Houston OpenO100KGF2016
8860Jared DoppJared DoppWFootlockHouston OpenABSSF2016
8861Inacio NetoInacio NetoWInjuryHouston OpenABSF2016
8891Romulo AzevedoRomulo AzevedoWWristlockUAEJJF NYC ProHWABSSF2016
8894Thiago SaThiago SaWPts: 2x2, AdvUAEJJF NYC ProHWABSF2016
9620Carlos FariasCarlos FariasWPointsAtlanta BJJ ProO94KGSF2016
9937Alexandre RibeiroAlexandre RibeiroWPts: 2x0, AdvIBJJF Pro GPABS4F2016
10096Muhammad KerimovWReferee DecisionBerkut 3ABSSPF2016
10193Gustavo EliasGustavo EliasWArmbarGrand Slam LA110KG4F2016
10199Igor SilvaIgor SilvaWPts: 2x0Grand Slam LA110KG3RD2016
10837Abraham MarteAbraham MarteWN/ANY BJJ ProO94KGSF2016
10983Robby D'OnofrioWToe holdGrappling Pro 2120KG4F2016
10985Jared DoppJared DoppWPts: 17x14Grappling Pro 2120KGSF2016
11120Matheus RodriguesWArmbarEuropean OpenABSR12017
11129Chris BoweWBotinhaEuropean OpenABSR22017
11138R. EvangelistaR. EvangelistaWPts: 4x2European OpenABS4F2017
11250Arya EsfandmazWPts: 14x4European Open100KG4F2017
11252Vitor ToledoVitor ToledoWPts: 2x0European Open100KGSF2017
11253Lucio RodriguesLucio RodriguesWPts: 2x0European Open100KGF2017
11328Marlon GodoyWPts: 4x0ADCC SP Trials99KGR12017
11329UnknownWKneebarADCC SP Trials99KG4F2017
11330UnknownWBotinhaADCC SP Trials99KGSF2017
11331Vinicius TratorWN/AADCC SP Trials99KGF2017
11677Felipe BezerraFelipe BezerraWArm in ezekielPan AmericanABS8F2017
11814Helton JoseHelton JoseWPts: 4x0Pan American100KG8F2017
11819Eduardo InojosaWPts: 4x3Pan American100KG4F2017
11874Henrique PereiraWPts: 10x0Rome Open100KGSF2017
11875Muslim PatsarigovMuslim PatsarigovWCross chokeRome Open100KGF2017
11930Francisco CaraballoWGuillotineEuropean NoGi100KGSF2017
11931Riku UrholinWPts: 4x2European NoGi100KGF2017
11934UnknownWFlying triangleEuropean NoGiABS4F2017
11936Felipe DiasWPts: 2x0European NoGiABSSF2017
11937AJ AgazarmAJ AgazarmWPts: 21x0European NoGiABSF2017
12539Romes RamosWArmbarWorld Champ.ABSR12017
12548Matheus DinizMatheus DinizWPts: 7x0World Champ.ABS8F2017
12718Roberto AbreuRoberto AbreuWPts: 2x2, AdvWorld Champ.100KG4F2017
12917Oleksandr KarliychukWBotinhaNY Summer Open100KGF2017
12919Athos MirandaWChoke from backNY Summer OpenABSSF2017
12921Marcos TinocoMarcos TinocoWChoke from mountNY Summer OpenABSF2017
12922Aaron JohnsonWCalf slicerNY S. No-Gi OpenO97KGF2017
12927Felipe CesarFelipe CesarWToe holdNY S. No-Gi OpenABSSF2017
13154Greg WalkerWFlying armbarWashington OpenABSSF2017
13297Kamil UminskiWPts: 3x0ADCC99KGE12017
13364Eliott KellyWPts: 2x0ADCCABSE12017
13369Dillon DanisDillon DanisWPts: 0x0, PenADCCABS4F2017

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Mahamed Aly vs Lucas “Hulk”

Mahamed Aly vs Sebastian Brosche

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