Pablo Alfonso Dominates MMA World Series of Fighting
The biblical tale of David and Goliath came to life in Miami this past Saturday at the MMA World Series of Fighting as Pablo Alfonso faced off against Miguel Torres. The result of the bout was something that few in the crowd expected. While Alfonso is still in the process of making a name for › Read more
MMA Masters Brings Home Two Championship Belts from CFA 12
At the end of CFA 12 on October 12th, there were spectators who were amazed that two of the event’s championship belts came home with fighters from MMA Masters. It is apparent that these viewers, whoever they were, had not been paying attention to the recent track record of the fighters on this team. Of › Read more
Childhood Bullying and Martial Arts
By Alex Jimenez Childhood bullying is a serious problem that affects many kids throughout the United States. It is an issue that has plagued children for generations, but only in recent years has it been getting the attention it deserves. The problem with bullying is that it can have lasting effects on the child. The › Read more
MMA Masters Achieve Stunning Victories at CFA Fight Night
On September 11, Bongos Cuban Cafe in Downtown Miami was the host to the first ever CFA Fight Night. It was an eventful occasion, and one that proved to be a major success for two of MMA Masters’ fighters. Both Michael Lilly and Miguel Restrepo overcame seemingly insurmountable odds to dominate the evening. Michael Lilly’s › Read more
MMA Masters Takes on Pensacola at Island Fights XXIV
Florida shook with the might of fighters duking it out at Island Fights XXIV. Many competitors came to test their physical prowess against each other, but not everyone could be a winner. MMA Masters is proud to say that two of the victors come from their corner. It was a night filled with fierce competition › Read more
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