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how do i become a MMA professional fighter

i am going to 11th grade i and i go to Galileo high school. I've fought a couple of times and i haven't lost. i am undefeated so far. i also want to be a creator in building new things #creator #fighter #mma

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Christopher’s Answer

Becoming an MMA Fighter and an Engineer are two very different things. If you want to become an MMA Fighter, i suggest taking boxing lessons and competing in some of the local competitions. Your instructor would probably be able to give you more advice on how to advance and improve your technique from there.


Becoming a 'creator in building new things,' currently that encompasses a massive variety of jobs and career goals. I would recommend looking at the following link to decide what kind of engineering industry you would want to go into and get a bachelors degree in that industry. http://typesofengineeringdegrees.org/


Along the way you can intern and/or learn more about the different companies within the industry and start applying for careers on their websites.

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ambrosia’s Answer

How do you become a MMA fighter professionally?
This is an amazing question, it is hard to find people who take this seriously. I myself am a black belt in freestyle karate, I also have been taught MMA, kickboxing, and Jujitsu. Going into MMA it does say in the name Mixed martial arts that you do and should need to know more than one style. To start your self off you will need a main coach. This will be your instructor, trainer, food meal prepper, ECT. You will need to find someone who is willing to coach you for tournaments and they need to have connections with other coaches and teams who compete. Now the reason I suggest this is because the coaches who only teach this are not registered to be an official MMA fighter coach. Once you find a coach who you can work with and your style fits theirs you can work on a plan to learn each others fighting styles and become a team. Once your coach feels you are ready to compete they will find you a match that is more than likely local (within your state) and have you compete. Which is an amazing opportunity because you are actually out into a ring with other fighters from other gyms and have the lights and camera on you so you really get the feeling for what it is like. As you compete you will see other fighting styles and other coaches will come up to you and ask you to come and fight at their gym. Once you compete in a few amateur fights and get a few wins under your belt you will go up the ladder for competing. If you are marked with a KO you will be asked to wait 6 months before you can fight again due to possible head injuries. once you and your coach get you to professional you will know the ins and outs of competing and that is really all there is to do.

ambrosia recommends the following next steps:

Get a coach
work with them until you are in sync
compete in amateur fights
work your way up to pro fighter
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