Combat Club Martial Arts and Fitness in Jacksonville, NC may look like an old-school rocky style gym, but we train and often have a great time doing it. Even during our sparring sessions, we have coaching for both members as well as different intensity levels for each student. It can always be fun while training. So, do not be intimidated by Martial Arts, if your interested you can learn, train and have fun with us. Monday was sparring day for Morning Muay Thai class. Below is some of the action. Feel free to come in and watch or try it out.
Combat Clubs Brazil-021 Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competitors left Jacksonville, North Carolina on Friday Night. The Brazil-021 consisted of so many participants to include staff, it required the Combat Club to cancel classes Friday night. With 11 out of 15 of our competitors Medaled this was an excellent performance for Brazil-021 Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Jacksonville.
We have the Co-Founder of Brazil-021 Jiu Jitsu coming to the Combat Club on Oct 28th 2017. This is such a great opportunity to train with one of our Founders and a 4th Degree Black Belt. Professor Andre will teach a Kids Seminar from 10AM-11AM and the Adult Seminar from 12PM-2PM. You can sign up at the Front Desk.
Combat Club will be hosting Open Mat Friday Oct 6th for Evening Classes and will also be Closed on Saturday Oct 7th. Many of our Members and Staff will be Competing over the weekend at out of town venues. Brazil-021 Jiu Jitsu will be competing in the 2017 IBJJF Championship International Open, in Charlotte North Carolina. We also have Strikers Union Muay Thai Kickboxing with 11 Fighters competing this weekend. If you are interested in Training and Competing with us, Get Started
Combat Club Jacksonville had many Members out Competing this weekend. We had Allen Bose, Pro MMA Debut at Next Level Fight Club 8 in Raleigh NC, Winning Via TKO due to strikes in 50 seconds. Allen Bose Fight starts at the 2:15:00 mark.
Allen Bose Wins Pro Debut at NLFC 8
Combat Club Muay Thai at the IKF Muay Thai/Kickboxing Point Sparring Tournament
Coach Brad gets the Win.
Coach Dara gets the Win during his Sparring Bout.
Lillie from Combat Club Kids Muay Thai bout.
Learning to wrap your hands for Muay Thai or Boxing can be a little confusing. Especially if your new to class, maybe feel like you just have a tangled mess on your hands. Here is a quick tutorial from Coach Brad. Just like everything that is new, practice. If you need any help we are more than happy.
Strikers Union Muay Thai is headed to Charlotte this Weekend to Compete in the IKF Point Muay Thai/Kickboxing Sparring Tournament. It is being held at Black Belt USA 11915 North Tryon Street, Charlotte, NC 28262. Great Semi Contact Muay Thai/Kickboxing Sparring. No Knockouts! Here is some video of the last event. If you are interested see Coach Brad, or Coach Dara.
Thank You, Allen “Pretty Boy” Crowder, UFC Heavyweight, for stopping by. He used the Combat Club to train while travelling through. Allen “Pretty Boy” Crowder, worked in during the Brazil-021 Jiu Jitsu lab as well as some striking during our morning classes. We exchanged techniques, and training concepts. It is what makes the Combat Club such a special place. We have many Marines and other Service Members as well as Professional and Amateur competitors whom travel through we get to exchange training with so many great people. We had a great time training with Allen “Pretty Boy” Crowder and look forward to having him train with us again.
We had great training over the weekend, don’t forget we are OPEN LABOR DAY, Monday, September 4th. Come in and train, try out some of the day classes. Morning Muay Thai starts at 9 AM, Women’s Brazil-021 Jiu Jitsu starts at 10AM and Brazil-021 Jiu Jitsu Lab starts at 11. We are running our normal schedule all day.
The IBJJF 2017 World Master Jiu-Jitsu Championship features the best athletes in the world over 30 years of age. Professor Chico competed in the Masters 4, Male, Black Belt, Super Heavy Division. Professor Chico competed against Paul Ciatto from Soul Fighters BJJ and Reginaldo Gurgel Almeida from Gracie Barra JJ. After the Event Professor Chico said “I felt much faster, stronger , and prepared. He Thanked his team, Coach Chuck Harrison, Coach Shane Woosley, Professor Jimmy Gibson, Coach Melody Woosley, Brother Brad Williams and the rest of his students.” He thanked his his Wife and Daughter for their unwavering support. “Brazil-021 4 Ever!”