Mixed Martial Arts
While the sport of MMA is bringing together different martial arts styles, it's actually a combination of 4 combat sports: Wrestling, Boxing, Kickboxing/Muay Thai, and Grappling/Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
No matter what your chosen form of martial arts competition, keeping these simple techniques in mind will ensure that you never fear the guillotine choke.
This hub is a guide to get started training MMA striking on your own, or with friends. It provides the bare essentials for beginners to start practicing and build a foundation in MMA training.
The Korean martial arts style of Tae Kwon Do has mixed results in its success in MMA let alone the UFC. However, it is possible to apply TKD moves into the MMA format.
No matter what your grappling background, familiarizing yourself with the basic choke holds of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu can make your overall grappling game much more effective.
From domestic violence to murder, MMA fighters are definitely not exempt from moments of craziness that lead them to commit such acts.
Men think if women are grabbing and clawing at each other there's a chance they might somehow, you know . . . kiss.
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Martial arts is seen by the general public largely as recreational violence. It is sports, but one whose goal is to dominate your opponent. This view has fueled an internal rivalry.
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