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December 2013

Tiger Schulmann's Martial Arts | Nina Ansaroff Versus Munah Holland

Invicta FC 7 Results: Holland vs Ansaroff

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Munah Holland vs Nina Ansaroff – 127lb

Ansaroff wins via TKO Round 2

A spirited performance by Munah Holland, in her Invicta debut. She pushed the pace and controlled the action throughout the bout.  Unfortunately, she got caught with a good shot in the heat of battle. Nothing but respect for this TSMMA warrior. Hope to see her back in cage soon.




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NJ MMA Hall of Fame Image Gallery

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12/6/13 – Secaucus, NJ

Tiger Schulmann receives Lifetime Achievement Award at the NJ MMA Hall of Fame Award Ceremony. Congratulations to Shihan Tiger Schulmann on being honored with this prestigious award.  Read more about Tiger Schulmann’s Martial Arts History and Accolades here –

See images from the event below. Stay tuned for full video from the award ceremony.

Kickboxing Leads TSMMA Feasterville Woman to 50 Pound Weight Loss

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Kickboxing Spurs Change

Kelsey Van Sant never envisioned weighing 250 pounds. In fact stepping on the scale and seeing it was more than just a mental shock. She actually had a physical reaction. At only 24 years old she knew she needed to make some changes.

Holland Woman Stopped Smiling When She Saw The Scale!

That’s when the life long Holland, Pennsylvania resident called Tiger Schulmann’s Mixed Martial Arts in Feasterville. Her friend Cynthia had recently begun training and felt it would be a perfect fit for Kelsey.

That wasn’t how she felt on day one though!

“I knew it was going to be tough, I was really out of shape,” she says laughing. “First couple of classes were hell. I couldn’t do the second round of strength training (round 10 of the workout), I got dizzy, I had to sit down. But each class it got a little better. My stamina came back a little bit. I started losing weight!”

Weight Loss Can Be Fun

What started out as two one hour classes a week soon turned into three, then four and now as many as her job will allow.

Since September of 2012 Kelsey has been training consistently and Kickboxing Classes have taken care of the rest!

“Fifty three pounds, I lost over 14 months.”

Kelsey Cut A Slimmer Figure After 53 Pound Weight Loss!

Not only has she lost the weight she initially set out to, but class has had a dramatic impact in other ways.

“I feel fantastic, more energy, better mood, handle stress a little better, all around more positive attitude.”

Why Martial Arts Worked

Kelsey had tried the gym, but boring runs on the treadmill, or climbing away on the elliptical left her bored and made it impossible to stay consistent. On top of that watching the calorie counter was depressing as the number only ticked up slowly.

VanSant Perfects Technique While Shedding Pounds!

 Kickboxing class was a totally different story. Kelsey not only got an incredible workout every time she went, but the hour flew by. Now she found a workout she could actually enjoy for the rest of her life.

Class was helping her lose the unwanted pounds but at the same time it was giving her an added sense of Confidence in everything else she does.

“I can kick someone’s #$S!” Kelsey says with a grin.

She passed her initial goal only a year into her training, but now she has a new goal.

“I want to be a Black Belt, I just think it’s going to be so cool to put that Belt on!”

Ready to make a positive change in your life and make this weight loss resolution your last? Take advantage of Tiger Schulmann’s Holiday Special and get started on your goals now! You can call or register at the top right and someone will help you set up your first FREE class!

Holiday Weight Loss Special For Holland, Feasterville, Richboro, Newtown, Bensalem, Philadelphia, Southampton!


By: Sensei Thad Campbell – TSMMA Feasterville

Tiger Schulmann to be Inducted in New Jersey Martial Arts Hall of Fame this Friday – 12/6/13

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The New Jersey Martial Arts Hall of Fame is inducting Shihan Tiger Schulmann into its’ hall of fame with the “Lifetime Achievement Award!”

Tiger Schulmann will be honored at the Induction dinner gala to be held at the beautiful La Quinta Inns & Suites Meadowlands Hotel located at 350 Lighting Way in Secaucus, NJ 07094 on Friday, December 6, 2013.

Tickets to the awards dinner can be purchased by calling 201-538-4843 or online at

As a young man, after years of rigorous training and winning over 100 competitions, Daniel “Tiger” Schulmann set his sights on the ultimate: full contact bare knuckle competition. This type of competition was widely known to be the most brutal and challenging of all, testing the true effectiveness of each competitor’s martial arts skills. Drawing upon his exceptional technique, speed, and non-quitting spirit, Tiger Schulmann reigned as the undefeated North American knockdown champion for six consecutive years.

Tiger Schulmann could imagine no greater pursuit than to give back to others what the martial arts had given him, so he devoted his life to developing what has become the most comprehensive and effective style known today. Drawn by his outstanding reputation and high standards, people come to train in his schools year after year. Today, those numbers have grown to many thousands including students who have gone on to become champions themselves.

– Began training in the martial arts as a child in New York. Has trained and competed throughout the continental United States, Hawaii, and internationally in Japan and Israel.

– North American Mas Oyama Full-Contact Karate Champion for six consecutive years (1979-1984), an accomplishment still unequalled today. In 1979, he was also the United States representative in the World Open Full-Contact Karate Championships in Tokyo, Japan. He was the youngest and lightest fighter, and one of only eight fighters chosen nationwide.

– Winner of more than 100 competitions.

– Retired from competition, undefeated, to create a style of martial arts that combines the most effective streetwise self-defense from the various styles he studied. This hybrid style is known today as Tiger Schulmann’s.

– Spearheaded the development and growth of Tiger Schulmann’s from one school in 1984 to more than 40 schools, located in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Florida.

– Received national recognition for his “proven recipe of success on the street” featured in Black Belt Magazine – April 2002, MAPro Magazine – April 2001, Business News – April 2001, Karate/Kung-Fu Illustrated – October 1994, Fighter Magazine – February 1988 and Success Magazine – December 1997.

– Sponsor of the largest martial arts tournament in the U.S., Challenge of Champions, which hosts more than 1500 competitors bi-annually.

– Redefined the standard martial art school prototype by opening the largest dedicated martial arts in the United States. In July 1996 Tiger Schulmann’s unveiled its flagship location in Manhattan: a 20,000 square foot dojo, with three workout areas, headed by Chief Organizational Instructor Shihan Ron Schulmann.

– He lead his organization to become the number 1 grappling school in North America in 2004.

– Tiger Schulmann was inducted into the NAGA Grappling Hall of Fame as a Founding member in 2005.

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Aggressive Combat Championships 4 Amateur MMA Results

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November 30th

The Fitzgerald Gerald Center at Queens College

Nuchem Fischer (TSMMA Elmwood Park) vs Alex Valasco – 135lbs

Fischer wins via tko round 1

Jerome Bourne (TSMMA Elmwood Park) vs Raymond Ceballos – 170lb Title Fight

Ceballos wins via tko round 2

Sensei Will Hamilton Recounts the night’s action:

“On Saturday, November 30, 2013 Jerome Bourne and Nuchem Fischer put it all on the line. Fischer made his amateur debut in Muay Thai. It didn’t look like a debut because he fought with such grace and comfort that his opponent quit half-way through the first round. Fischer lost his last fight by a split decision that could have went either way. That fight motivated him to train even harder and all that hard work paid off with a TKO win. Congratulations to Fischer and look forward to him making his third (3rd) appearance at the Aggressive Sport event in January. Jerome lost his fight by referee stoppage in the second (2nd) round. If you want to talk about heart, dedication, and non-quitting spirit that’s Jerome Bourne. He competed seven (7) times this year in either the cage or ring. He shows an enormous amount of determination when he trains. I strongly believe this is a bump in the road that will eventually be crossed. Congratulations to both men for even stepping in the cage. It take a tremendous amount of courage and bravery to display these types of skills. In addition, I would like to thank all the guys that helped out in the corner. Damien, Steve, Shane, Louis, Bekim, David.”