Fighting Style in Mixed Martial Arts MMA

Fighting Style in Mixed Martial Arts MMA


 The fighting style in Mixed Martial Arts MMA is very popular. Each fighter with different fighting styles can fight in MMA whether the fighter is from boxing field or wrestling field, what he have to do is striking his best fighting style in a fight as MMA is an activity pressed game loaded with striking and hooking strategies from an assortment of battle games and hand to hand fighting. There are many fighting styles in MMA which are as follows:



Fighting Style in Mixed Martial Arts MMA


1. Boxing Style

2. Muay Thai

3. Karate Style

4. Sanshou/ Sanda Style

5. Wrestling and Catch Style

6. Taekwondo Style


7. Judo Style


Boxing Style


Boxing Style is the most popular and widely used combat form in MMA. During a stand-up portion of a fight, boxing punches account for the vast majority of strikes. Many boxing punches represent the most number of knockdowns and knockouts in MMA rivalries.


Numerous parts of boxing like kicks, combinations, and blocking systems like slips and so forth are very profitable to MMA. A few contenders who utilize enclosing MMA are Cain Velasquez, Junior dos Santos, B.J. Penn, Dan Hardy, Nick Diaz, and Shane Carwin.

Here's the best boxing motivation video:



Boxing Style


Boxing Style

Boxing Style

Boxing Style





Muay Thai Style


Muay Thai Style is one of the best techniques for striking in MMA. Its flexibility is its crucial trademark. Kicks, throws, clinch holds and so forth., as per long range, center range and short range! One can take in every one of these procedures in Muay Thai.

As the name specifies, it invented in Thailand. Muay Thai is likewise alluded to as "Art of eight appendages" as it makes utilization of the legs, knees, clinch hands and elbows.

Here's a video of a Muay Thai fighter who fights with his opponent: 


Muay Thai

Muay Thai




Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Style


Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Style is one of the most prominent combat forms which came into limelight in the 1990s. Royce Gracie, a Brazilian jiu-jitsu expert fought and won the first, second and fourth UFCs against much larger opponents who were practicing other forms like boxing, karate, wrestling etc. It is considered a ground-based fighting style along with grappling and has become a key component for MMA fighters. Here's the Brazilian Jiu-jitsu World Championship fight video in which fighters are fighting in a Brazilian Jiu-jitsu style:




brazilian jiu-jitsu style

brazilian jiu-jitsu style



Karate Style

Karate Style is a traditional Japanese system of unarmed combat in which sharp blows and kicks are given to pressure-sensitive points on the body of the opponent. There are various types of karate forms and styles used by MMA fighters, like Kyokushin, Shotokan, Shorin-Ryu, Wado-Ryu etc. These styles especially Kyokushin and other full contact styles have proven to be very effective and lays the foundation for kickboxing and in striking techniques. Some of the famous fighters who practices these styles are St-Pierre, Chuck Liddell, etc. Below is the video of the fighters who used karate in MMA fighting:




Karate Style







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