The “Imanari Roll” (rolling from a stand up position into a leglock) and the “Imanari Choke” (a combination of an omoplata and a rear naked choke) are grappling moves named after him due to his usage of them.
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Ryan Hall #10 Ryan Hall His 2:04:58 Boston Marathon in 2011 is the fastest marathon time ever recorded by an American, though it isn’t considered the American record because the course is point-to-point and downhill. Hall also holds the U.S. Olympic Trials record of 2:09:02, which was held in New York City.
So rather than subjecting them to the crowds of Chicago, sisters Hana (15), Mia (13), Jasmine (8), and Lily (5) were watching live footage at their new home in Redding, California, with Hall’s in-laws, Susie and Mickey Hall, the parents of two-time Olympic marathoner Ryan Hall.Oct 20, 2015
Bethel Church According to Jere Longman from the New York Times, who interviewed Hall before his 2012 Olympic marathon, Hall goes to church every Sunday and tends to be one of those people in a church that gets very immersed in worship, raising his palms at Bethel Church in Redding, California.Jun 26, 2020
Hear the brand new Ultimate Fighter champion Ryan Hall speak inside the Octagon after his win over Artem Lobov on The Ultimate Fighter Finale.
Ryan began his martial arts career in January 2004 while attending college in NYC. He soon realized that he had found his true calling and dedicated himself full-time to training less than 9 months later, after choosing to end his pursuit of an engineering degree.
Ryan Hall (fighter) Ryan Hall Years active 2006, 2012–present (MMA) Mixed martial arts record Total 10 Wins 8
CURRENT UFC FIGHTER & 3rd DEGREE BJJ BLACK BELT. Before turning to the MMA world, Ryan was one of the most competitively successful American-born Jiu-Jitsu players of his generation and remains widely regarded as one of the best lightweight submission grapplers in the world.
Due to his ability to force submission via unique and improvised holds and locks, Hall has established himself as a feared opponent among the featherweights.Mar 28, 2020
Ryan Hall reveals he suffered broken hand in knockout loss to Ilia Topuria in first statement after UFC 264 – MMA Fighting.Jul 12, 2021
After a layoff of almost two years, Ryan Hall is finally set to return to the UFC octagon. He will take on Ilia Topuria at UFC 265 on July 10th. The much anticipated bout may well see the winner walk away with a ranking next to their name.Jun 3, 2021
8-2-0 Ryan Hall Record: 8-2-0.
Hall released a statement Sunday, claiming that he broke his hand on the first punch he landed. Thanks so much to all the people whose help, guidance, and support allowed me to have the opportunity to get back to doing what I love. Without them, I could never have made it to the ring.Jul 12, …
Hall is currently undefeated in his UFC career with four consecutive victories including wins over former lightweight champion B.J. Penn, Gray Maynard and Darren Elkins. It’s been well over a year since Hall last appeared in the octagon with his most recent fight against Ricardo Lamas scrapped ahead of UFC Vegas 8.Nov 19, 2020