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Simi Valley Jiu-Jitsu/Watts MMA & Fitness

Simi Valley Jiu-Jitsu is owned and run by Dion Watts, a black belt from Jean Jacques Machado, and located at the Watts MMA & Fitness Center in Simi Valley, California. We offer a full schedule of group classes for adults and children as well as private instruction for the serious martial arts enthusiast, Simi Valley Jiu Jitsu is the only serious place to grapple in Simi Valley. Additionally, we offer instruction in MMA, Submission Wrestling, Karate and Muay Thai.

SVJJ is home to an elite group of instructors lead by Dion Watts (Black Belt), and Kenny Bond (Black Belt), with Christian Medina (Purple Belt), Marco Cruzatt (Purple Belt), Greg Hall (Brown Belt), Dennis Schaffer (Purple Belt), Mike Monson (Purple Belt), and John Cavataio (Blue Belt).

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14 COMMENTS
  • Dion Watts says:

    The only real Jiu-Jitsu in Simi Valley. Kid gloves boxing passes off a purple belt as a lead instructor. Simi Valley Jiu-Jitsu has two Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt Instructors and is for anybody who wants to learn real Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

  • Phillip Torento says:

    Great gym, good atmosphere. I checked out every place in the area and this is the only real MMA gym with real grappling and its clean. I really like that its clean, and the instructors and students are really great guys. Its a great place to train.

  • James says:

    Been going to the Junior classes for 1 year the classes are fun and hard work and the instructors are awesome its a well run studio and a very good place for the kids to learn in a safe environment.
    Very happy with this studio and would recommend to anyone looking for challenging classes.
    They also have a great adult program with something for everyone

  • orchataplata says:

    great school i must say best school out here in simi valley ive been a part of this school for about a year and i must say i dont regret joining there family

  • jacobsmom says:

    Awesome gym! One of my most favorite things about this gym, is it feels clean. So many gyms out there are nasty..when you are on the mat rolling around, cleanliness is so important! Not to mention, the instructors are great & the students are all really cool. Really great vibe!

  • adam weilert says:

    if your looking for an awesome brazilian jiu jitsu school, this is it! the teachers are extremely talented, along with all of this schools students. everyone here has an outstanding attitude, and not only will you be learning from your teachers, but you will be learning from your training partners as well!

  • Andre D. says:

    This is a really good school. I have only been here for like three months and I’ve learned a lot. Everyone is so friendly and nice. I recommend everyone to go to watts!!!

  • Paul says:

    After years of getting dragged down by wrestlers and judokas, my candy tae kwon do ass could sneak in a few strikes before getting dominated.

    I realized that most fights will end up on the floor in one way or another, and being exposed to ER thugs and drunks, along with getting fat, I had to do something.

    After research everywhere within 25 miles of my work, Watts MMA (back then, Simi Valley Jiu Jitsu) was the only school that called me back, answered all my questions, and didn’t treat me like I was in boot camp. All the guys there treated me with a lot of respect and were eager to teach me anything I could possibly ask.

    My search ended right there.

    If you’re looking for a clean, respectable school with fine instructors and training partners, your search will end here too…

  • Dustin says:

    I’ve been coming to Watts MMA for over a year now and i’ve been very impressed. Very large studio, wrestling mats, jiu jitsu mats, multiple kicking bags for Muy Thai, big mirror to focus on technique. The one thing that I love is they continually update and upgrade the studio. Students can see where the money goes as things are always improved. A good group of people train both gi and no-gi and this place is good for beginners or veterans.

  • tai-grr says:

    KIDS CLASS!! FUN, FUN! I have been going here to the kids class for almost a year. I checked out about 6 other schools in the surrounding area before signing up with this one. I really liked that there was a wide variety of different ages, sizes, and experiences of other kids to grapple with. In some of the other places that I visited there were NOT a lot of variety of kids/choices, so grappling was not a challenge.

    I have been in martial arts for over 5 years, so I can tell you that these instructors are very patient compared to the ones that I have had in the past. Their knowledge has helped me with winning in competitions and I look forward to growing and learning more with this school in years to come.

  • Big Poppa says:

    Great School, my son’s been a student for 2 1/2 years, is confident in his Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills and knows when and when not to use them! My whole family at one point has taken classes at SVJJ/Watts MMA! Basically, there’s something for everyone…..including some up and comming future MMA stars!

  • I’ve been going to SVJJ for a few months now, it’s a great atmosphere, great staff, and a great community of people who love the Martial Arts. I’m a former Marine with experience with MCMAP and the experience and instruction of the teachers here have been able to help me expand on my knowledge base, making me a more complete martial arts student.

  • crazian says:

    All in one martial arts facility: Brazilian Jiujitsu, Muay Thai Kickboxing, Karate. What more could you ask for if you need to defend yourself on the streets? There are classes not just for adults, but for kids too. Don’t be intimidated by the classes because the instructors work with you at your pace to move you up in strength, flexibility, coordination, and knowledge.

    I’ve been to San Diego, and other Jiujitsu schools around Simi Valley as well as schools in cities nearby. This one is amazing for children because there are a lot of different children to grapple with. Some schools have such a small selection in terms of body weight, size or experience that it is hard for my son to find the right match or to competitively increase in learning potential. However, this place is perfect if you have a child that is interested in Jiujitsu because there are plenty of children. I also see a lot of pre-teens & high schoolers doing the kickboxing class too.

    It’s a fun and friendly atmosphere. Instructors are there when you need them or if you have any technical questions. Basically the instructors always have time for you: great customer service, excellent with children, and for competitive MMA learning.

    If you haven’t checked out this facility, then I definitely recommend you to go!

  • evan vasquez says:

    I’ve been going to watts mma for a few months now and I have to say it is a great school with great teachers. All the instructors are very and have a positive attitude when training all the students from beginner level to advanced.

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