The athletic divisions primary focus is researching, developing, and training in the combative and martial arts sports based on the sport
rules. We do not have specific class times for different sports training. All of our basic classes are based on Gordon Fighting Systems. We have a competition / fight team that
meets for the purpose of preparing individuals for competitions in various combative sports. To learn more, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Boxing can be defined as fighting with the fists. In most sports competitions boxing uses padded gloves in a defined territory such as a ring, cage,
Kickboxing can be defined as fighting with the foot and fists. In most sports competitions kickboxing uses padded gloves in a defined territory such as
a ring, cage, mat, platform, etc... In kickboxing, rules can very drastically. Some allow elbows, throws, headbutts, while others do not allow leg kicks.
Grappling can be defined as fighting by grabbing, throwing, wrestling, etc... In most sports competitions grappling uses a defined territory such as a ring, cage, mat,
platform, etc.. In sports competition grappling rules can very drastically. While the foucus of brazilian jiu jitsu is on submissions, the focus in judo is on throws, and
the focus in wrestling is on pin, reversal, escape.
Mixed Martial Arts is a combat sport in which contestants are permitted to use the fighting techniques of boxing, kickboxing, and grappling. In most sports competitions mixed
martial arts uses padded gloves in a defined territory such as a ring, cage, mat, platform, etc.. In competition mixed martial arts rules can vary.
Point Fighting can be defined as technical Kickboxing. Just as kickboxing you fight with the foot and fist. In most sports competitions
kickboxing uses padded gloves in a defined territory such as a ring, cage, mat, platform, etc... You have different levels. This is more of your traditional karate, or taekwondo type of
Mississippi State Boxing Commission
American Grappling Federation (AGF) - Grappling
North American Grappling Association (NAGA) - Grappling
Mississippi Karate Association (MKA) - Point Fighting
Summit Fighting Championships (SFC)- Mixed Martial Arts
American Sport Combat League (ASCL) - Kickboxing
USA Boxing - Boxing
This tournament is a semi-contact event which serves as a balanced medium to allow competitors the opportunity to experience continuous sparring under a variety of
differing rule sets, without the pressure of a full contact environment. There are numerous reasons this is becoming such a fast growing component of combat sports!
New or less experienced martial artists looking for their first experience with continuous action while maintaining a level of controlled contact. Experienced
competitors who are in need of a tune-up after a layoff or as a competitive outlet between other events. Martial artists seeking to test their skills in a more live action environment.
Amateur Muay Thai
3 Round –1.5 Minutes in Length
Advanced Divisions - Tournament Format
3 Rounds – 2 Minutes in Length
Advanced Division - Super Fights & Title Matches
3 Rounds – 3 Minutes in Length