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Martial Arts Belmont
No Steroid use Like in MMA
Training. Master Moran will not
train you if you abuse alcohol,
drugs, or Steroids.
GRAND MASTER MORAN (10th degree Black Belt)
A 10th Degree Black Belt and the Inventor of the Patented Sharp Shooter self defense keychain. He has over 43 years of training in the martial arts and was promoted to 10th degree Black Belt legitimately by his long time instructor Grand Master Lambert in the month of March in the year 2013. Grand Master Moran is on of the few true Grand Masters in the world that had his instructor step down from his position of Grand Master in order to promote him as the Grand Master a honer he never looked forward to because in most all cases it is not received until the passing of the Grand Master or shortly before.
Master Moran began his training in Judo at the age of 7 years old in his hometown of Belmont Ma. He has 43 years of martial arts experience and has had to use his martial arts many times to save his life. He has trained in and has black belts in Shorin-Ryu Karate, Kenpo Karate, Kempo Karate, Shuri Ryu Karate, Arnis, and has trained in Bjj, kung fu, and more. He is well known for his invention the sharp shooter self-defense keychain, the Moran Speed Tracker and more.
Master Moran claims his best invention is the American pressure point self-defense system. It is a style that can be used by people of any age or size. A system of self-defense that is not like the others and is easy for anyone to learn. His system has been proved in the ring in mma and outside in real street self-defense and in real combat situations. If you are thinking of training in our system now is a great time to start with our new private Black belt program. You will be training with Master Moran one on one private classes. Don’t miss out on this great chance to train with Master Moran there are only a few spots open so Start today!!
We now have instructors in
Winston Salem N.C.
4 schools in S.C.
396 Trapelo Rd
Belmont Ma 02478
For Lessons at the Belmont Dojo
Call 617-489-4025 or email