Welcome to Grady's MMA

While training in our MMA Program you will learn many different fighting tactics. Not only will you learn to be a great grappler, but you will also obtain solid stand up fighting skills. Our MMA class is a true Mixed Martial Arts program. You will learn techniques from Mu Tau Pankration, BJJ Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Russian Sambo, Savate, Boxing, and Kickboxing.


Come See us at our new Location

We are now forming kids classes for ages 7and up as well as adult classes! Classes are limited so call and come in and join now!

Also, come see our 20' professional boxing ring for our amateur and professional boxers.

Grand Opening
January 7th 2017
1pm - 3pm

We will be going over self-defense techniques, along with boxing and kickboxing demonstrations. We will also go over some submission grappling escapes and holds.

Be Trained By One Of the Best - Shihan Don Grady

Train under Shihan Master Don Grady a former Boxing, Wrestling, and Martial Arts champion. Master (Shihan) Don Grady has trained with some of the best trainers, fighters and instructors in the world. With 40 years of combined experience in Wrestling, Boxing, Muay Thai Kickboxing, Shaolin Kempo Karate, Kung Fu, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Judo, Tae Kwon Do, Mu Tau Pankration, Russian Sambo, Savate, and Aikido he can take you to the next level whether you are just starting martial arts training or are an experienced MMA fighter. Learn moves such as arm bars, wrist locks, ankle hooks, arm triangles, triangle chokes, knee bars, neck cranks, take downs and striking techniques. Shihan Grady’s aim is to develop well rounded students that are able to punch, kick, elbow, and knee from all angles. Students will learn both the striking and grappling arts, along with great cardio conditioning, respect, self-discipline and self-confidence!

We now teach Pammachon/Pankration

We are excited to announce that we are now teaching the oldest martial art, Greek Pammachon/Pankration!

If there is one discipline of the ancient days that resembled today’s Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), it was the Greek discipline of pankration. As an ancient combat sports discipline, pankration was introduced into the Greek Olympic Games in 684 BC, and the games scarcely knew any of the rules.

Practitioners were allowed to use any technique from boxing and wrestling, as well as kicking, holds, locks, and chokes. Biting and eye gouging were the only moves which were not allowed, except in Sparta. Translated from Greek, the term means “all of power,” with “pan” meaning “all,” and “kratos” referring to “strength and power.”