U.S. Jujitsu Team Coach
Head Coach Dog Soldier Fight Team, Reno, Nevada
6th Degree Blackbelt
- Head Coach for the U.S. Jujitsu Team
- Head Coach Dog Soldier Fight Team, Reno, Nevada
- Instructor for Champion Martial Arts
- Women's Self Protection Instructor
Monua has been studying under Professor LL Cary since 1992. She has competed and won numerous JuJitsu and Karate Grand Championships. In 1995, she became the first American woman to win the Gold Medal in Sport JuJitsu. She won that title at the 6th World JuJitsu Championships (WCJJO) held in Auckland, New Zealand. She is currently the Head Coach for the US JuJitsu Team. She is also an instructor for Champion Martial Arts and leads classes including Women’s Self Protection.
Monua was born in Memphis, TN and has been in Reno, NV since 1968. She is married and has five children and nine grandchildren. She has worked in the insurance industry for twenty years. She also modeled for the BBW Magazine for a short period. Monua has written a novel and is in the midst of getting it published. She has high hopes for a screenplay that she has just finished. She is currently a small business owner in Northern Nevada.
As the Head Coach for the US JuJitsu Team, several of her students have gone on to win their own victories. Brandon Congdon became the Intercontinental Blackbelt Lightweight Champion. Justin Ferranto placed in the last World Championships held in Jersey, Chanel Islands in 2007.
- 1994 – Received 1st Degree Blackbelt
- 1994 – National JuJitsu Champion, Nevada Karate Champion
- 1995 - First American Woman to win World Champion in Sport Jujitsu (WCJJO)
Monua Cary as a Female Martial Arts Master broke new ground as Head Coach training Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) full contact cage fighters. Monua Cary, Sport JuJitsu World Champion 1995, Head Coach for the U.S. JuJitsu Team (WCJJO) and 2008 United States Martial Arts Hall of Fame Female Master of the Year is also the founder and Head Coach of Dog Soldier Fight Team based in Reno, Nevada. She actively trains fighters to compete in MMA full contact cage fights. Past students of Master Cary have received gold medals in National, and International competitions; her first MMA cage fighter made his debut on June 27, 2009.
Contact Monua Cary:
Cary’s Combat & Martial Arts Systems