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MMA UNDERGROUND INC

More than 350 years of experience in the fighting arts backed us up. Since the year 1647 until today we have not stop making Mixed Martial Arts champions

 

MMA UNDERGROUND INC  is the art of approaching and defending against an opponent from the furthest distance away exposing the least amount of your body. This is achieved by getting in position to intercept, destroy, kick, punch, full blast, trap, knee, elbow, grapple, or submit with maximum leverage without getting hit.

 

 

 

What is MMA?

(MMA) Mixed Martial Arts  is a combat sport in which two competitors attempt to achieve dominance over one another by utilizing a wide variety of permitted martial arts techniques, including striking and grappling. 

MMA has also been referred to as "No holds barred" (NHB) fighting, but this term is no longer considered an accurate description of the modern sport, with its formalized rules and banned techniques that have been developed for the fighters safety. A common misconception is that the sport is also called "ultimate fighting," due to the popularization of the sport by the UFC.

Today, mixed martial artists train in a variety of styles that have been proven effective in the octagon ring, so that they can be effective in all the phases of combat. Although MMA fighters will try to play to their particular specialties, they will inevitably encounter all kinds of situations. A stand-up fighting specialist will probably get taken down at some point and a submission artist might need to fight standing-up for a while before he can complete a takedown. A mixed martial artist might train in a particular style to enhance his or her skills in the phase of combat that the style encompasses.

Typical styles known for their effectiveness are:

Stand-up: Boxing, Kickboxing, full contact karate and Muay Thai. These styles are trained to improve footwork, elbowing, kicking, kneeing and punching.

Clinch: Freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestling, Sambo, and Judo. These styles are trained to improve clinching, takedowns and throws, while Muay Thai is trained to improve the striking aspect of the Clinch.

Ground: Ju-Jutsu, Shoot wrestling, Catch wrestling, Judo, and Sambo are trained to improve submission holds, and defense against them. Some styles of amateur wrestling are trained to improve positioning.

Many styles have to be adapted slightly for use in the sport. For example, several boxing stances are ineffective because they leave fighters vulnerable to leg kicks or takedowns. Similarly, Judo techniques have to be adapted to an opponent not wearing a judo uniform. Commonly, modern day MMA fighter's do not train in any particular style, but either train in multiple styles with multiple coaches, or train in teams with other MMA athletes focusing specifically on MMA fighting. Energy system training, speed drills, strength training and flexibility are also important aspects of an MMA fighters training. Mixed martial arts competition is very demanding physically, and the athletes need to be in top shape to be successful.

The MMA Underground style is a blending of the following Asian, Eastern and Western fighting systems.

Among the Asian systems we include:

Ju-jutsu, Tegumi, Full Contact Karate, Muay thai, kyusho-jutsu, Kali (sectoring, trapping, nerve hitting), Wing-chung, Chin-Na, and Aikido just to name a few.

Among the Western and Eastern systems we include:

Boxing, French Savate, Kick boxing, Sambo, Greco Roman, free style, lucha libre and catch-can-wrestling.

 

Our Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Training program is divided in 3 ways:

1. MMA Tactical Stand-up Fighting.

2. MMA Tactical Submission Ground Fighting.

3. Tactical Mixed Martial Arts Fighting.

 

1. MMA Tactical Stand-up Fighting.

Tactical Stand-up fighting (sometimes referred to simply as "stand-up") is hand-to-hand combat which takes place while the combatants are in a standing position. The term is commonly used in martial arts and combat sports to designate the set of techniques employed from a standing position, as opposed to techniques employed in ground fighting. Stand-up fighting that takes place while the combatants are grappling each other is referred to as clinch fighting which is the part of stand-up fighting where the combatants are grappling in a clinch, typically using clinch holds. Clinching the opponent can be used to eliminate the opponent’s effective usage of some kicks and punches.

 

  

 

The clinch can also be used as a medium to switch from tactical stand-up fighting to tactical submission ground fighting by using takedowns or throws. Techniques used in Tactical stand-up fighting includes various kicks, strikes, knees, elbows, destruction techniques and blocking techniques, either with parts of the body. Essential aspects of Stand-up fighting include striking combinations, with the aim of striking to incapacitate or injure the opponent.

 

     

MMA UNDERGROUND INC stand-up fighting includes the following disciplines Boxing, Muay thai, French Savate, Kickboxing, Kali (sectoring, trapping, grappling and nerve hitting), Kyusho-jutsu and Full Contact Karate.

 

 

2. MMA Tactical Submission Ground Fighting.

Tactical submission ground fighting is divided into two disciplines, submission wrestling and ground striking. Submission wrestling (also called submission fighting, and technically referred to as submission grappling) is a general term describing the aspect of martial arts and combat sports that focus on clinch and ground fighting with the aim of obtaining a submission using submission holds. Submission wrestling is sometimes also considered a separate sport, with many grappling arts integrated into single system, and can include techniques from a wide range of arts.Mixed martial arts fighters may use the term "submission wrestling" to refer to their grappling methods while avoiding association with any one art. Submission wrestling is also sometimes used to describe the tactic in mixed martial arts competition which largely revolves around using submission wrestling skills to defeat an opponent.

 

   

  

Ground striking: (Also known as a ground and pound) ground striking is an important aspect of ground fighting. Typically, a top position is better for various strikes than a bottom position, simply because the combatant in the top position can generate the distance and movement needed for effective strikes, while the bottom combatant is restricted by the ground and by the combatant on top. Another factor is gravity, which is in favor of the top combatant when he is striking downwards. The types of strikes that can be employed effectively depend on the particular grappling position of the combatants, the proximity can allow for techniques such as biting, chokeholds, fish-hooking, eye-gouging, joint locks, pressure point techniques, or various strikes; common ones include elbows, head butts, knees and punches.

 

   

MMA UNDERGROUND INC Tactical Submission ground fighting includes the following disciplines, Judo, Ju-jutsu, Tegumi, Kino Mutai, Kyusho-Jutsu, Chin-na, Greco Roman wrestling, Free style wrestling, lucha libre and Catch-can-wrestling.

 

 

3. Tactical Mixed Martial Arts Fighting.

Mixed martial arts (MMA) is a combat sport in which two competitors attempt to achieve dominance over one another by utilizing a wide variety of permitted martial arts techniques, including striking and grappling. Well-known MMA organizations include the Ultimate Fighting Championship and PRIDE Fighting Championships.

MMA has also been referred to as "No holds barred" (NHB) fighting, but this term is no longer considered an accurate description of the modern sport, with its formalized rules and banned techniques that have been developed for the fighters' safety. A common misconception is that the sport is also called "ultimate fighting," due to the popularization of the sport by the UFC.

Today, mixed martial artists train in a variety of styles that have been proven effective in the ring, so that they can be effective in all the phases of combat. Although MMA fighters will try to play to their particular specialties, they will inevitably encounter all kinds of situations. A stand-up fighting specialist will probably get taken down at some point and a submission artist might need to fight standing-up for a while before he can complete a takedown. A mixed martial artist might train in a particular style to enhance his or her skills in the phase of combat that the style encompasses.

Typical styles known for their effectiveness are:

Stand-up: Boxing, Kickboxing, and Muay Thai. These styles are trained to improve footwork, elbowing, kicking, kneeing and punching.

Clinch: Freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestling, Sambo, and Judo. These styles are trained to improve clinching, takedowns and throws, while Muay Thai is trained to improve the striking aspect of the Clinch.

Ground: Ju-Jutsu, shoot wrestling, catch wrestling, Judo, and Sambo are trained to improve submission holds, and defense against them. Some styles of amateur wrestling are trained to improve positioning.

Many styles have to be adapted slightly for use in the sport. For example, several boxing stances are ineffective because they leave fighters vulnerable to leg kicks or takedowns. Similarly, Judo techniques have to be adapted to an opponent not wearing a judo uniform. Commonly, modern day MMA fighter's do not train in any particular style, but either train in multiple styles with multiple coaches, or train in teams with other MMA athletes focusing specifically on MMA fighting. Energy system training, speed drills, strength training and flexibility are also important aspects of an MMA fighters training. Mixed martial arts competition is very demanding physically, and the athletes need to be in top shape to be successful.

 

   

 

 

 

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