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MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) incorporates combat and martial arts techniques, including punches, kicks, elbows and knees and grappling techniques, such as Wrestling and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, to form a full-contact combat sport.

MMA fighters compete in a cage or ring to either knock out their opponent or force them to submit through techniques such as chokes or joint locks. MMA is the world's most growing sport, with many professional organizations and events showcasing top fighters. MMA is a great way to practice martial arts and achieve peak fitness.

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MMA at Kombat Hall, Sector 46

Kombat Hall's MMA program offers a world-class training experience, combining the most effective techniques from various disciplines to mold you into a well-rounded mixed martial artist. Here's what sets our program apart:

Striking Powerhouse: Our striking curriculum is built on the strong foundation of full-contact karate and boxing, ensuring you develop powerful punches, kicks, and knees.
Grappling Expertise: Master takedowns, ground control, and submission techniques through our blend of wrestling and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu instruction.
Proven Track Record: Sanshinkan, the lineage behind Kombat Hall, boasts successful MMA fighters who have represented the club and India at the highest levels, competing in MFN, SFL, and other top Indian leagues.


Whether you aspire to be a professional MMA fighter or simply want to elevate your fitness and self-defense skills, Kombat Hall's MMA program is the perfect choice. We welcome both experienced fighters and fitness enthusiasts to train in a supportive and challenging environment.

A Complete Package

Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) is a complete workout that targets various muscle groups and improves overall fitness. It combines techniques from martial arts disciplines such as Karate, Boxing, Kickboxing, Wrestling, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. MMA training requires high endurance, strength, and agility, making it an excellent full-body workout. Moreover, the intense training involved in MMA helps to burn calories, build lean muscle mass, and improve cardiovascular health. It is a great way to stay in shape, build confidence, and learn self-defence skills while having fun. With the proper guidance and training at Kombat Hall, anyone can enjoy the benefits of MMA and achieve their fitness goals.

Start your MMA Journey

If you're looking for a challenging and practical form of exercise, consider trying your hand at MMA. Not only does it offer a great way to improve your fitness, but it can also help you build valuable self-defence skills. The intense workouts will push you to your limits and help you improve your strength and endurance, while the self-defence moves you'll learn can give you added peace of mind when walking alone at night. 

MMA helps everyone, including beginners and experienced athletes, to stay in shape while learning practical skills that could one day help you stay safe.

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  • Is Karate Indian or Chinese?
    Karate has its roots in Okinawa Islands, Japan. A lot of influence came from the Chinese martial arts which in turn was influenced by the work of Bodhidharma who went from India. Thus, while Karate has its origin in Japan, it has influences from China and further from India. Read more on history of Karate here: https://www.kombathall.com/post/the-origin-of-karate-part-1
  • What is the meaning of the word 'Karate"?
    Karate literally means empty (Kara) hand (Te). Often Karate is mentioned as Karate-Do. Thus, it translates to the way of empty hand. There is a deeper meaning to the word Kara-Te and it has its origins in Chinese martial arts. Read more here: https://www.kombathall.com/post/the-origin-of-karate-part-1
  • How many belts are there in Karate?
    At Kombat Hall we follow the traditional Sanshinkan Shitoryu Karate-Do. The belt structure is as follows: White, Yellow, Orange, Green, Blue, Brown-III, Brown-II, Brown-I and Black Read more about the syllabus here: https://www.kombathall.com/syllabus
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    Sports is a tiny friction of the entire Karate-Do as an art. Karate is a lifetime practice and includes several techniques which are forbidden in sports. Sports Karate has several forms which include semi-contact Karate and full contact karate. Karate practitioners often also participate in Kickboxing and MMA events globally.
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