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Carlos Condit Flying Knee

by Brendan

This was a post that I wrote way back at the beginning of October but I have been holding off posting it waiting for Carlos Condit to fight again. He is due to fight this weekend so here it is I hope you enjoy it. I’m a big fan of Condit because he always turns [...]

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My 10 Favourite MMA Fighters Of 2011

by Brendan

This is a feature I hope to start doing once a year. I watch quite a lot of Mixed Martial Arts so I thought I may as well talk about it sometimes as well. I know my site is supposed to be a MMA Training website but I figure a small amount of journalism dedicated [...]

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Comeback of the Year 2011

by Brendan

Happy New Year! I will soon be getting back to regular posts here on My MMA Training but we still have a few best of 2011 posts left, up next is Comeback of the Year. Comebacks are what makes the sport of Mixed Martial Arts so fantastic. Watching a fighter snatch victory from the jaws [...]

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Knockout of the Year 2011

by Brendan

Firstly Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays to all of you, I hope you got everything you wanted and spent some quality time with friends and loved one’s while eating far too much food and watching a lot of TV. I certainly did, I should probably go for a run but first I need to give [...]

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Submission Of The Year 2011

by Brendan

We have been treated to a lot of amazing submissions in 2011 but this one really stood out for me. No before you ask it wasn’t a submission in the UFC, or Strikeforce, Dream, even Bellator. It happened in BAMMA right here in the United Kingdom. Danny Mitchell’s flying triangle on Dean Amasinger is my [...]

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Jones Vs Machida UFC 140 Breakdown

by Brendan

If you have been reading this site for a while you will remember that I predicted Lyoto Machida would give Jon Jones his toughest test to date and I wasn’t wrong when the two finally met at UFC 140. But as we all know what sets true champions apart from the rest is how they [...]

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Paul Sass Demonstrates The Flying Triangle

by Brendan

Paul Sass did not earn his nickname “The Sassangle” by knocking guys unconscious with head kicks. The man knows what he is good at and it’s BJJ. His submission game is good, very good. More accurately it is his triangle choke. 8 of his 12 career victories have by way triangle and the other 3 [...]

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Chael Sonnen – The Fighter You Don’t Know

by Brendan

We are used to seeing Chael Sonnen trash talking Anderson Silva or taking his opponent down with his superior wrestling and punching him in the face for 15 minutes. It may however surprise you that under that trash talking / old school WWF bad guy persona there is a genuinely nice person. Under the bright [...]

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Terry Etim Vs Edward Faaloloto

by Brendan

On Saturday 5th November Terry Etim put in just 17 seconds of work at UFC 138. Etim blew through Edward Faaloloto in Birmingham, England with a submission victory that earned the liverpudlian (meaning he’s from Liverpool, England if you are from the US) the Submission of the Night bonus worth a cool $70,000. Etim came [...]

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Mixed Martial Artists Subdue Armed Robber

by Brendan

Whoever says that Mixed Martial Arts and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu are both useless for self defence needs to take a look at this video. We need to remember that BJJ, Muay Thai, Judo & Sambo were primarily invented to be used as martial arts for individuals to defend themselves from would-be assailants. We get so caught [...]

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