Muay Thai MMA

Mixed martial arts (MMA) is a full-contact combat sport that allows both striking and grappling, both standing and on the ground, using techniques from other combat sports and martial arts. Originally promoted as a competition to find the most effective martial arts for real unarmed combat, competitors from different fighting styles were pitted against one another in contests with relatively few rules.[7] Later, individual fighters employed multiple martial arts into their style. MMA promoters were pressured to adopt additional rules to increase competitors' safety, to comply with sport regulations and to broaden mainstream acceptance of the sport. Fighter fitness Muay thai MMA is a MMA form which we design specially for strikers transition into MMA, which focus more on striking than grappling. we still do grapping but keeping to minimum.

Our Partner

NIKO SOE - ONE Championship Professional MMA Fighter


Niko Soe

Niko Soe is a Singaporean professional MMA fighter. He is known for his hi-tempo and well rounded style. he is currently an ONE championship Fighter

Alvin Ang (MMA)

Hello, my name is Alvin Ang. I started doing martial arts aged 15. Jiu jitsu was my first love and I competed extensively in the South East Asian circuit before moving on to fight MMA. My current record stands at 3-1 (Am) Having just left the Air Force and stared University, I am looking forward to compete MMA more in the future, as well as future boxing bouts. I bring with me a technical and fun teaching style well suited for beginners trying to grasp the fundamentals of the sport.

Jude Kang

Jude started off his journey training Jiujitsu and grappling in 2011. As his passion for the art grew, he started competiting in tournaments both in and out of the country. Picking up striking in late 2014, Jude started training and competing in MMA as well. Being a former visual arts student and an avid musician, Jude expresses his art through a focus on technical details and subtlety.

Henry Yeo (MMA)

Henry has been studying and training in Mixed Martial Arts for almost 8 years, having started in Wrestling at the age of 15, he went on to further hone his skills in the art of Muay Thai, Sanda, BJJ and Judo alike. Having competed in all four aspects, he went on to compete in MMA at the age of 18, having amassed a 6-0 record and clinching the flyweight title, he's still actively competing today. Known for his unorthodox footwork and spinning attacks, expect high-tempo footworks/agility and a fun technical lesson from him.

Martyn Lim

Martyn is a well experienced jiu jitsu fighter and well cross trained in Muay thai and boxing. He is currently also a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu jitsu, he's master of the groundwork and he is more than willing to share with his students the techniques to be adding to the game of MMA. He is also currently one of the referees at Singapore Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Open.