Oct 27, 2010

How To Win Your MMA Fight - The 3 Martial Arts You Should Be Training

In every almost community there are several martial arts clubs to choose from. There is no doubt that not every martial art is critical to know when it comes to the real fight. Here are some of the key areas that you should be training to get the win.


The best take-down martial art by far is in wrestling for MMA. The UFC's top fighters all have a strong wrestling background. They can take the fight to the ground whenever they want.

Truly having the ability to determine where the fight is going to unfold is highly advantageous for any fighter. Wrestlers win at taking their opponent's down and maintain a top position to do whatever they want with.

Muay Thai.

If you're going to be spending a lot of time on your feat, which you should be training plenty of, you should be training Thai boxing. Having the ability to strike with your elbows, knees, fists, or shins makes you incredibly dangerous compared to any other striking art.

The combinations that a Thai fighter can bring to MMA can be destructive for their opponent.


To have the ultimate submission game, utilize the submission art that gave birth to the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu without the Gi is an incredible submission art form that should be utilized in MMA.

MMA is so incredibly dynamic that within the next years, we may see different martial arts become the best for training to fight with. But for now, what we outline above are the most significant to train in. These really are only the beginning to training for fighting. You should make sure you are using a solid MMA training program to get the most out of your fight training.


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