Jayanth Reddy Morramganti

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Jayanth Reddy
Native name Morramganti
Born 14 December 1962 (1962-12-14) (age 61)
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
Residence Hyderabad, India
Nationality Indian
Occupation Martial Arts Practitioner, Author, Fitness Trainer
Known for King of Martial Arts, Hyderabad Bruce Lee

M Jayanth Reddy is a Martial Arts and Taekwondo Expert, Fitness Coach, Contender, Author from Hyderabad, Telangana, India.[1]

Early Life

M.Jayanth Reddy was born in Hyderabad on 14 December 1962 to Vittal Reddy and Shivamma. He did his schooling from Vijaya School and later joined Mani Jeremiah High School. He completed his Intermediate from Aliya Junior College. Jayanth was a very good cricketer and soccer player. It all started in 1976 when his brothers Krishna Reddy and Sridhar Reddy brought him a book on martial arts, which led him into the classes of traditional Karate. At the age of 12, he was inspired by Bruce Lee’s Enter the Dragon which made him the person today. Manoj Tiwari was the other person who motivated him to take up Taekwondo. Jayanth Reddy was coached by Narsimha and Srinivasan. After four years of rigorous practice, he earned a Black Belt in Karate. But that did not stop him from exploring other material art forms as his fascination to deliver those high kicks in mid-air paved the way for the beginning of an epic journey into this World.[2]


Jayanth Reddy married Madhavi Reddy and has two children named as Sonakshi Reddy and Tejpal Reddy who are pursuing their career in United States of America.


He also distinguished himself as an organiser by conducting a South Zone Championship in 1983. After staging numerous Taekwondo demonstrations across India and conducting several Districts, State, Zonal and National-level Championships, he started exploring this art in greater depth and that is what took him to the United States, where he underwent a six-month advanced training camp under the watchful eyes of two 9th Degree black belters Moo Yang Lee and Pong Ki Kim. He followed it up with an advanced course in speed training once again in the US. This enabled to earn the 4th to 6th Dan Black Belt titles from various world-renowned Martial Arts Associations. He also availed the unique opportunity of training with several Grand Masters and athletes of over 50 countries across the globe which helped him to stay updated by gaining several modern techniques.[3]

Jayanth's main goal is to help Indians create World Records in Martial arts. A total of 5 Lakhs people have undergone training at his academy ever since its inception in 2010. He is now coming up with a first of its kind Martial Arts league in India. He wants to increase the popularity of martial arts in the next 10 years. He already helped 20,000 Indians to achieve Guinness World Records. This will improve India's reputation in the World of Martial Arts, which is currently dominated by Countries like China, Japan, Korea and Thailand.


Jayanth Reddy was denied the entry to participate and represent his Country at Olympics three times. So he started taking rigorous physical tasks that has made him to achieve Guinness World Records in Martial Arts & Fitness. He also believes that they are many talented people who are denied an opportunity due to Politics involved in Sports. [4]

As an Author:

A subset of books authored by Mr. Jayanth Reddy.[5] Secrets of Longevity Revealed.[6] The Hidden Secrets of Martial Arts.[7] Secrets of advanced Explosive Speed Kicking and Speed punching. Dynamic power of mind. Secrets of Advanced Speed fighting. Humans destroying the god. The Most Inspirational and Motivational quotes of success in Martial arts, Sports, Mind , Life and God. Martial Yoga. 9 minutes Fitness workout. The Ancient secret of preventive exercises for “CORONA VIRUS”.[8] Secrets of 3 minutes workout. Secrets of 30 minutes workout. Advanced World Taekwondo Training [9] Secret of women's health and longevity, Flexify stretch your body woman, Secrets of Longevity (volume 1), Secrets of Longevity (volume 2), Secrets of Longevity (volume 3)

Award & Honors

He Achieved 29 Guinness World Records.[10] [11] He also Achieved 12 US Presidential Sports awards (1993, 1998, 2005, 2010 and 2020) from President of the USA. He received 12 world records from Limca book of Records, High Range World Records, RHR, etc. from 2012 to 2015.[12] Kukkiwon, Korea - honored appreciation award 2013, 2016 and 2019. Awarded citation from World Taekwondo Federation, Korea.[13] Awarded with Hall of Fame USA in 1999. International Champion in 1999-2000. International and National Games Champion in 1983, 84, 85, 86 and 1987. 8th DAN Black Belt from Taekwondo Jidokwan, Korea. 8th DAN Black Belt from World Taekwondo Masters Association. Former Brand Ambassador of High Range World Records

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