Wilson Bros. Grappling is the premier spot in Colorado Springs to train all areas of grappling. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, wrestling, and grappling. Classes are taught by the Wilson brothers who both have extensive pedigrees in the grappling arts.
The Wilson Brothers
Marcus is the head instructor at WBG, he is a Black belt in Brazilian jiu jitsu under Egan Inoue. He wrestled in high school here in Colorado Springs at Rampart High School. From there he attended University of Hawaii at Manoa. Hawaii is where Marcus found the art of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. In 2009 he started training under Hawaiian legend , Egan Inoue. After 2 years of training, living at the gym, and winning virtually every tournament in Hawaii as a blue and purple belt, Marcus moved to North Dakota. He transferred to Minot State University in order to wrestle in college with his brother, Jon. Marcus walked on the wrestling team and earned a scholarship becoming a 3 year varsity starter and NAIA national qualifier. After graduating from Minot State University Marcus moved back to Hawaii to continue his BJJ journey. He took over as main instructor at Grappling Unlimited and taught and trained there, eventually earning his black belt from Egan Inoue in 2015. Marcus is a 2015 IBJJF No Gi American National Champion, he is still an active competitor, and trains everyday with his students at WBG.
Jon is the younger brother of Marcus Wilson. He is a purple belt under Egan Inoue. Jon wrestled in high school here in Colorado Springs for Rampart High School. He was recruited to wrestle for Minot State University in North Dakota. Jon began his jiu jitsu journey by visiting Marcus in Hawaii for the summers between school. Jon earned his purple belt under Egan Inoue between years of wrestling at MSU. After graduating Jon was hired by MSU as an assistant wrestling coach where he coached for three years earning 3 master's degrees. Some of Jon's wrestling accolades:
Champions of Character Award
Minot State University Wrestling Team Captain
2x NCAA Division II All-Academic Team
Dean’s Honor Roll
9x Athletic Director Academic Achievement Award
Beaver Boosters Scholarship
Dakota Athletic Conference Stellar Student Athlete
Distinguished and Engaged Scholarship
NAIA National Qualifier
CHSAA All State Wrestling
Jeremiah "Miah" Quichocho
Hello! My name is Jeremiah, but you can call me Miah. As a teenager, I found Jiu-Jitsu because my sisters were doing it and I needed to stay active during my offseason from wrestling. I have been doing Jiu-Jitsu for around 7 years now and have competed in many local, national, and world tournaments. Jiu-Jitsu is one of the best decisions of my life and I enjoy every minute of it on the mats and hope to see you there soon.
Marine Corps Veteran and jiu jitsu brown belt. Favorite Pokemon? Caterpie. Hands down. Thanks for asking. No one ever asks.
Jiu jitsu brown belt and karaoke aficionado