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For serious MMA fighters in Indianapolis, there is only one martial arts club with the experience, equipment, and leadership to make it worthy of the title. That place is TKO martial arts club. Owned and operated by world-renowned professional fighter Eddie Brochin, TKO boasts a full-sized cage, Saturday night “Fight Nights,” and champion instructors with over 60 years of combined experience. We shape dedicated students into better fighters than they ever dreamed they could be.
We know that there are other places to practice MMA in Indianapolis. We even know that some people would be better off in those other clubs. If you are undisciplined, unfocused, and unwilling to work hard, TKO is not for you. Likewise, mixed martial arts at TKO is not for anyone who cannot cut it in a competitive, high-demand environment.
TKO is only for students who are truly passionate, truly driven, and truly willing to do everything it takes to become the best. Along the way, you will gain unparalleled benefits, such as clearer focus, greater self-discipline, improved self-esteem, the ability to protect yourselves and your loved ones, and a respected place in a community of like-minded people working to achieve the same goals.
However, reaching your peak physical fitness is not going to be easy. We will work you harder than you ever thought you could work in your life and push you further than you ever thought you could go. Any one of our students will tell you that the battle is worth it, but if you aren’t willing to take the heat, you had better stay out of the cage.
If all of that sounds exactly what your life or previous martial arts club has been missing, then congratulations! You just might have a place as one of TKO’s Indianapolis MMA students. Sign up now for a free lesson or contact us directly to get started.
Mixed martial arts is a competitive sport and a set of techniques for self-defense that draw on many of the world’s most respected fighting styles. It was originally developed as a way to create the most effective form of unarmed combat, which meant there were few rules and no goal except to win. Today the practice has become a little more standardized in order to make it safer for participants, but it still retains its goal of taking the absolute best moves from other disciplines and leaving the rest.
TKO’s students focus primarily on moves drawn from taekwondo, judo, jiujutsu, and boxing. These moves include striking and grappling techniques, which involves kicking, punching, holds, and submission techniques. You never know what kind of component you may face or what moves you may need to beat them, but with TKO’s training program, you can be sure that you will be prepared to win no matter what.

If you'd like to see some of the past Saturday Night Fights, check out TKO Fight Club TV on Roku, Amazon Prime and Apple TV.