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May 2014

Mixed Martial Arts

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Our Mixed Martial Arts program is the ultimate combination of standing and ground techniques, combining Muay Thai kickboxing, boxing, wrestling and jiu-jitsu. The classes provide intense strength and cardiovascular training. The best part is that you don’t have to be a pro-fighter to train like one

Kids Martial Arts

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Our kids classes are taught in a safe and fun environment. We teach our kids the most effective form of self defense around which in turn builds discipline and confidence. Our classes are proven to increase focus and attention span.

Kickboxing

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In our classes you learn authentic kickboxing and real self defense. You can burn over 800 calories in just an hour. Stay young by increasing your flexibility and strength while getting in the best shape of your life!

Aggressive Combat Championship 6 Results & Images

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May 10th, Queens, NY

Erin Blanchfield (TSMMA) vs Katalina Kick kat Morales – Combat BJJ – 135lbs Title Fight

Blanchfield wins via Unanimous Decision

Leny John (TSMMA) vs Elvin Garcia – Combat BJJ – 135lbs

Garcia wins via submission round 2

Jerome Bourne (TSMMA) vs Mike Signorelli – Glory Rules Kickboxing – 165lbs

Bourne wins via unanimous decision

Steve Eno (TSMMA) vs Eric Reed – Muay Thai – 145lbs

Eno wins via TKO Round 1

Shane Burgos, The Next Big Thing?

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Many stars have come through Tiger Shulmann’s Mixed Martial Arts such as former Bellator champ Lyman Good, UFC’s Louis Gaudinot and Urijah Hall. These fighters have helped build the TSMMA name, but there is one young prospect who is quickly climbing up the regional rankings.

Undefeated featherweight, Shane Burgos (4-0) collected his fourth professional victory on Saturday by defeating Donald Ooton via a first round guillotine choke. The 23-year-old from Woodbury, N.Y. also earned his second victory under the Cage Fury Fighting Championship banner. Burgos has finish all four of his professional bouts before the final bell, three of them in the opening round.

Burgos went undefeated at (7-0) as an amateur with one no contest. During his amateur career, “Hurricane” earned two amateur titles with both Ring of Combat and Dead Serious.

Burgos took a step up in competition in his most recent fight with Ooton and after seeing how dominant Burgos was, one cannot help to think about how far he may be from a title shot. Burgos sealed up his fourth strait professional victory the same night a new CFFC featherweight champion was crowned. Levan Makshvili defeated Scott Heckman via fourth round TKO to win the 145 lbs. championship strap.

Burgos may have a few more fights before he gets his chance, but at the rate Burgos is improving, that does not look too far into the future. Burgos has earned four professional wins in less than a year.

Written By Connor Northrup – http://njmmanews.com