• Why MMA will become the biggest sport in the world….

    Mixed martial arts/MMA (Boxing, Kick Boxing, Jiu Jitsu, wrestling) is achieving the status and reputation that it deserves and it is about time.

    MMA Game...

    MMA is now mainstream… Screen Grab from one MMA game for Xbox…

    The exciting combat sport called mixed martial arts or more commonly, MMA includes several aspects of boxing and other grappling techniques, Muay Thai, Judo, Karate, as well as wrestling and kickboxing.

    Kickboxing in MMA....

    Kickboxing in MMA….

    Moreover, people are trying to enroll in the institutions that teach you the basics of these combat sports as they are learning about the benefits of MMA. However, probably, the most attractive and appealing aspect of mixed martial arts is that it lures both men and women and encourages them to help improve their physique and train their minds. In this regard, this sport is truly meant for anyone irrespective of their gender, age, weight, height, religion and background. The universal appeal of the sport is its main appeal. Apart from Soccer no other sport has really been able to cross boundaries like the way MMA can.

    Gina Carano made MMA popular amongst women...

    Gina Carano made MMA popular amongst women…

    You do not have to be a follower of the judo or karate tournaments to develop an interest in MMA. Moreover, unlike learning pure boxing, karate or judo, you learn a combination of techniques which has proved to be more exciting and thrilling. For example, you learn better positioning which will guarantee you a physical advantage over your opponent. You also learn stand up, clinch, and ground techniques in order to improve your elbowing, kneeing, takedown and throws.

    Grappling is very important in MMA

    Grappling is very important in MMA

    Also, this type of combat spot makes sure you get to exercise regularly which ensures you stay in shape, thus participating in MMA is definitely a win-win situation! You can box your fears as well as that fat away by contacting your nearest MMA center in (Delhi, Gurgaon, Mumbai) India, and luckily we hear there are several numbers of these institutions which are opening for operations within the next 6 months.

    Your road to championship starts with your first class...

    Your road to championship starts with your first class…

  • Posted by Amit on 16/04/2012 at 10:06

    This is total nonsense. No combat sport will ever become the “biggest sport” in the world, let alone MMA.
    Most modern people don’t like getting hurt and are absolute uncomfortable watching others get hurt. So your claims are based on nothing but your own sweet assumptions.
    As for MMA becoming a huge sport, guess what its already dying in USA and is already dead in Japan. People are returning to boxing in droves.

  • Posted by Namit on 16/06/2012 at 13:46

    I want to learn MMA is there a centre in delhi-ncr?

    Can you please provide me its contact information?

  • Posted by admin on 20/09/2012 at 03:06

    Hi Amit… Thanks a lot for your comment. Boxing a part of fighting and till people have an interest in combat sports, MMA will be OK. Yes its not for the general mainstream masses but neither is a sport like cricket or Golf. Every sport has a niche audience and MMA has that. Its therefore difficult to see it dying in the very near future.

    Hi Namit… We are in the process of starting a training centre in delhi and we will keep you in the loop…. Thank you for your message…

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