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Leeds - Martial Arts

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2008/05/15 21:16:31 (permalink)

Leeds - Martial Arts

Im looking for a good BJJ / MMA / GR Wrestling type gym in Leeds or Bradford. I have found the website of the National Martial Arts Center in Leeds, does any body have any experience of this center.

Are there any recommendations of a good club to go to.
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    RE: Leeds - Martial Arts 2008/05/15 21:38:05 (permalink)
    Are you talking about the National Martial Arts College? My brother said it was rubbish and it was a big waste of money. It said there was a money back guarentee yet when he rang up countless times was put to someone else and never got his money back.

    Freestyle wrestling is at Jimmys Gym near Calverley, which i have heard are a decent competitive club.

    For MMA if you can get to Dewsbury i suggest Caged Steel, its an awesome facility and offers a range of different classes.

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    RE: Leeds - Martial Arts 2008/05/16 12:57:25 (permalink)
    as above go to caged steel, its awesome with some top quality instructors.

    national martial arst college is pants.
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    RE: Leeds - Martial Arts 2008/05/31 18:18:11 (permalink)
    caged steel is good
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    RE: Leeds - Martial Arts 2008/06/02 21:08:36 (permalink)
    Yeah, deffo Caged steel
    I train there and the facilities are first class and the instructors and coaches are excellent.
    Check out www.yorkshiremma.co.uk for more info
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    RE: Leeds - Martial Arts 2008/06/03 00:26:42 (permalink)
    Leeds has an awesome Muay Thai Boxing Club, forgotten what its called now i'll find out what its called and let you know. They have a lot of fighers there who are british/european/world champions in their respective weights.

    Might not be cage fighting but its a very good and common asset in MMA.
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    RE: Leeds - Martial Arts 2008/06/03 09:33:37 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: alext

    Leeds has an awesome Muay Thai Boxing Club, forgotten what its called now i'll find out what its called and let you know. They have a lot of fighers there who are british/european/world champions in their respective weights.

    Might not be cage fighting but its a very good and common asset in MMA.


    Are you talking about Bad Company gym? Liam Harrison is world muay thai champ fight out of there.

    Tigers is a fairly good Muay Thai gym in Meanwood
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    RE: Leeds - Martial Arts 2008/06/03 15:06:16 (permalink)
    thats the gym i meant, yeah. They featured it in an old issue of Fighters i have here. They have some impressive fighters.
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