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Lions MMA Cape Hill Opening Day: Saturday 2nd February 2013 1pm-3pm

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Worlds first Sikh Professional Mixed Martial Arts referee and Judge


382021_108380416000033_571630297_n.jpgLions MMA are proud to present – ‘OPENING DAY’

Lions MMA CAPE HILL will be holding an official Martial Arts opening session on Saturday 2nd February 2013 1pm-3pm , you will have the chance to meet & train with our special guests on the day.

• Lak Sekhon - Professional MMA Fighter who has competed on India's largest MMA promotion 'Super Fight League'

• Indi Singh - Professional MMA Fighter who currently holds a British Lightweight Title

• Bass Singh - The first Sikh MMA Referee who has refereed on India's largest MMA promotion 'Super Fight League' & a Official judge on the worlds largest MMA organisation 'UFC'

• Lions MMA - Fight Team
• MMA Factory

Age Groups: 6-14 Years Old & over 14 Years old

Feel free to visit and have a browse of the Opening Day, all are welcome to watch and participate.

Time: 1pm-3pm
Date: Saturday 2nd February 2013
Venue: Gurdwara Nanaksar, Waterloo Road, Cape Hill, Smethwick, Birmingham, B66 4JS

Participants & observers will be taught the Martial Art of Muay Thai, Wrestling, Brazilian Jui Jitsu and MMA (Mixed Martial Arts). Instructions will include learning basic techniques, forms, fighting, and self-defense. Classes work on improving your physical and mental strength.

If you want your child or yourself to gain confidence, discipline, and self-esteem then LIONS MMA is your answer. This is accomplished while enjoying a good workout, traditional training, and a family atmosphere. Students at LIONS MMA follow these criteria; spirit, dedication, loyalty, open mind, and willingness to train. Learning Martial Arts is something everyone can do, so see what separates LIONS MMA from everyone else.

Facebook: Lions MMA Cape Hill
Twitter: @Lions_MMA
Youtube: Lions MMA

For further information please contact via Facebook or email lionsmmacapehill@hotmail.co.uk

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