Andy Good

Brown Belt
Ground Hammer Coach Andy Good


Andy started his journey in BJJ in 2012, although he had utilised No-Gi grappling since 2003 when he competed in MMA. He focused more on BJJ after retiring from MMA in 2013 with a professional record of 3-0. He has competed consistently in both Gi and No-Gi but prefers No-Gi. 

His BJJ competition highlights include:

  • ADCC Wales 2023 Advanced Masters Bronze medalist
  • IBJJF No-Gi 2023 European Championship M4 Brown belt Silver medalist
  • Military,Veterans and Emergency Services Championship 2022 NoGi MW Purple belt Champion 
  • British Army Championship 2022 Purple belt Absolute division Silver medalist
  • 2019 Welsh Open BJJ Championship M3 Blue belt MH Silver medalist
  • 2018 British Open M3 Blue belt MH Bronze medalist 
  • 2017 British Army BJJ Championship Absolute Division Blue belt Silver medalist and No-Gi Bronze medalist 
  • 2016 English BJJ Open M3 Blue belt MH Silver medalist 
  • 2016 British Army Blue belt MW Champion
  • 2016 British Military Combined Services Blue belt MH Silver medalist
  • 2016 IBJJF British Nationals M3 Blue belt MH Champion
  • 2016 IBJJF London Winter Open M3 Blue belt MH Champion
  • 2015 British Army Blue belt MW Champion
  • 2015 English Open M2 Blue belt MW Champion

Off the mats, Andy served in the British Army for 27-years before leaving to pursue a career in the commercial sector. He is a fully qualified personal trainer, one of very few master kettle bell instructors in the United Kingdom and an SIA accredited Hostile Environment and Executive Close Protection operator/manager.

He currently works in the defence sector for PTD UK.