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    Which is the better place to learn MMA?

    I'm attending U of M (University of Minn. - T.C.) in about a week, and was hoping to begin MMA. After searching around it seems like these were my best two options.

    http://www.mmaacombatzone.com/

    http://www.warriorscove.com/

    Do either of those look worth-while, or should I keep shopping around for something else?

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    i would say go in to each and sit and watch a class. and you can go try out most gyms for free. choose the gym that focuses on technique and control. that is how i choose my gym to train at.

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    I'd choose the MMA combat zone. The head instructor as well as some of the assistant instructors have their blackbelts in BJJ from Pedro Sauer, who is a very respected BJJ player.

    Fuck, fight, or hold the light.

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    Did you ever end up checking out either place?

    I plan on checking out http://www.mmaacombatzone.com/ saturday. I'll report back.
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    I'm still settling into college right now, approaching the end of my first week. I'll be checking them out within in the next 10 days or so...

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