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Our Story

Elite Submission Grappling was founded in 2021 by Jed Hue with the goal of creating a strong and united team. 


Practicing in Gi and No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu, Elite caters to everyone, from day one white belts to experienced black belts. 


The idea behind Elite was to bring world class Jiu-Jitsu to London, aspiring to leave our mark in competitive Jiu-Jitsu history. 


About Elite

The Journey

Your Journey has deep parallels with everyone else who trains. Wether for Recreation, Fitness, Self-Defence or to win Gold Medals on the Competitive Circuit, we are all here to better ourselves.
All here to gain Strength, Confidence and Skill in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.  

The Journey, for those who wish it, will be a life long pursuit. For all of us it will contain challenges from White Belt to Black Belt and for all of us these challenges will push ourselves closer towards achieving what we set out to accomplish when we started. 

By choosing Elite Submission Grappling you are choosing an Academy that will support you along the way. An Academy who respects the journey you have embarked on and a group of individuals committed to helping each other grow and become a better version of ourselves.

Head Coach

Jed Hue

About Instructors

about Jed

Hi I’m Jed I’m a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and the founder/head coach at Elite Submission Grappling. I was introduced to martial arts from a young age as my dad was an amateur kick boxer turned boxing manager so from early on I was taught how to strike and defend myself so as I grew up I always knew I had an interest in martial arts. When I turned 16 I decided that I wanted to learn some grappling and once I did my first session of BJJ I immediately knew this was the sport for me! About 1 year into training I received my blue belt and thats when I realised that I actually wanted to do Jiu-Jitsu for the rest of my life.

By the time I was 19 I was a purple in BJJ but unfortunately I got badly injured fighting in the European championship tournament in Lisbon, Portugal. I took off a couple years due to not only my injury but also financial problems and just the fact I had no motivation to go back to training. By 21 years old I had been out of training for over 2 years and I had put on loads of weight around 20kg to be exact and I was just very insecure so I said to myself enough was enough and that I had to lose all this weight and I knew the best way to lose that weight was with training BJJ so I got straight back into training! Within 4 weeks of training and eating better I had lost 10kg and was already looking to get back into the competition circuit.

By 23 I achieved my brown belt and cemented myself as one of the best grapples in the UK. In april of 2021 I started Elite Submission Grappling and received my black belt in august a few months later!


At 25 I have cemented myself as one of the best No-Gi grapplers in Europe and a successful growing family at Elite Submission Grappling.

Achievements 2019-2023:

ADCC Portugese National Champion x2

ADCC Swiss National Champion x2

ADCC Danish National Champion x2

ADCC British National Champion x1

ADCC German National Champion x1

ADCC Swedish National Champion x1

IBJJF Paris Open No-Gi Champion x2

IBJJF Madrid Open No-Gi Champion x2

IBJJF London Open No-Gi Champion X1

Polaris Superfight Winner x5

Polaris Squads Winner x1

Polaris Contenders Champion x1

Grappling Industries Champion No-Gi x4

Southend Open No-Gi Champion x4

Kleos Open No-Gi Champion x4

Grapplefest Superfight Winner x1

Battle Grapple Superfight Winner x3

Alpha Grappling Superfight Winner x2

Alpha Grappling Tournament Winner x1

English Open Pro Division Winner x1

Pantheon Superfight Winner x1

Empire Grappling Superfight Winner x1

Ace Submission Superfight Winner x1

Role Models Superfight Winner x1

Submission Series Champion x1


Assistant Coach

Francesco Bartolotta


about Bart

Hello my name is Francesco and im a purple belt in BJJ under Jed, I started training at the age of 21, for me it was a good way to lose weight whilst doing something that actually interested me as lifting weights wasn't my cup of tea. Jiu-Jitsu was originally just a hobby for me but as time went on I realised that this is something I wanted to do for the rest of my life it made me more confident in myself, made me stronger and fitter! I started my BJJ journey back home in in Sicily, Italy I trained for around a year before I decided to move to London to pursue my training on a bigger scale and start my competitive career! The more I competed the happier I became and realised there was nothing in the world I would rather do than train and compete! Now I teach and train full time at Elite where I have finally found somewhere where I belong and have found my new family and home, the atmosphere here at elite is like no other and I couldn't imagine training anywhere else! 

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