MMA is now the world’s fastest growing sport.
Countries all over the world are slowly embracing MMA as their sport and not just a human cock fighting spectacle. Mixed martial arts moves and tutorial guides are becoming more advanced and fighters can now learn a lot about MMA before they ever enter an MMA training facility. The UFC also know as the Ultimate Fighting Championship is the worlds biggest and most successful MMA organisation.
MMA as a sport in itself had to overcome may obstacles to get accepted into the mainstream.
At the beginning of the sport it was promoted as a bloodsport that was no holds barred and the only rules were that there were no rules. Injuries were commonplace and many authority figures in the US government moved to ban the sport. In more recent times MMA has gone from strength to strength and now sometimes outsells major boxing events on pay per view buys.
Mixed Martial Arts Moves
When mixed martial arts started technical moves were few and far between.
It was only as the sport progressed that fighters began to learn a wide variety of MMA Moves to be able to fight in many different forms of martial arts.
Still to this day many fighters, fans and MMA coaches believe that the ultimate art is Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
It was the first UFC champion Royce Gracie that brought Brazilian Jiu Jitsu to the mainstream attention when he beat 4 fighters in one night using BJJ alone.