Taponomics Fighters Den, 6b, Haji Ln, Beniapukur, Kolkata, West Bengal 700014
About Us

About Us

"Knowing how to fight is essential. Martial arts are sports, like any other, with rules, regulations, restraint and discipline. All Martial Arts are great to train but they do not teach you how to fight."

"Put all the Martial Arts training styles together and you have: MIXED MARTIAL ARTS. Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) combine all the styles of martial arts training into one package. Learn how to fight."
Here are 10 Reasons to Study and Train Mixed Martial Arts (MMA)
  • Training in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) is an excellent builder of confidence and self-esteem. When you know how to fight, your mind is a little calmer, a little freer, and a little more relaxed. When you know how to throw a punch, break an arm, or choke someone to unconsciousness, there isn’t much fear of physical confrontation. And if there is threat, it is easier to walk away.
  • Learning and training in MMA will teach you discipline. Just like any sport, MMA requires discipline. It teaches you discipline of the mind and body. It also educates you about the discipline of eating right, sleeping right, and training right.
  • Training in MMA is an excellent physical workout. Sparring (boxing or kickboxing practice during training) or grappling (wrestling or ground-fighting practice) for 3-5 minute rounds is absolutely brutal cardio, which is why fighters are usually in peak physical condition. There is no treadmill or stair-master in the world that can beat the benefits of practice fighting.
  • Training in MMA teaches you self-defense. So, If the need should ever arise, you will be able to defend yourself against your attackers.
  • Training in MMA is a excellent manly hobby. We talk about causes of depression in males (one of the big reasons of which is lack of anything physical or masculine in life). Fighting in a controlled environment is just a damn good hobby that promotes values like courage, strength and will.
  • Training in MMA fulfills a man’s need for physical expression aka violence. We don’t want violence in our daily lives, but still yearn for physicality. We all experience adrenaline rushes seeing fights in movies or TV or get excited when we hear about someone who was accosted by thugs, but kicked the crap out of the them. Training in MMA is a perfect middle ground. You can train (or fight) in controlled areas and release aggression with no threat of repercussions, jail time, murder, etc.
  • Training in MMA teaches and encourages competition. The 2nd best person in a fight is a big ol’ loser. “Winning isn’t everything”, they say, but it actually is when there are only two of you. Training in MMA will bring that winning drive and spirit to the surface, which can be utilized in other aspects of daily life like business and relationships. Competition is good for one’s personal progress in life. A person training in MMA will not spar or grapple with too many opponents willing to roll over and lose – it’s real competition and everyone wants to win. At an MMA gym, everyone wants to be Maverick – no one wants to be Goose.
  • MMA is a huge stress reliever. Previously, we talked about how fighting releases aggression. After an hour’s training session, when you are completely drenched in sweat, tired and sore, ready for a big meal and sleep, there can be no more room for stress.
  • When training at an MMA gym, you get to meet a whole bunch of people with similar interests as you. You aren’t going to run into too many nancy-boys afraid of their own shadow. You get to hang with other BIG DOGS while kicking ass and taking names.