Posted On:11/21/2007 11:52pm
Style: krav maga
hey moving out to victoria and looking for somewhere to train in any martial art as long as it is a quality place with a quality instructor
Posted On:11/27/2007 1:40am
Train in what? I might be happy to train with you.
Posted On:11/27/2007 9:31am
I don't know any suggestions really I just want to become an overall better fighter.I'am currently in krav maga and I'am interested in k-1,shooto,bushido, pride.
Posted On:11/30/2007 1:02pm
There are two big schools here in Victoria: ZUMA, which is the one I attend, and Peterec's. I recommend ZUMA because I just don't seem to stop hearing bad stuff about Peterec's. You may want to visit www.zuma.tv/
EDIT: I'll just add that I've been attending ZUMA since the late summer. I've had 10 years of MA training, and based on that I can say it's a great school. We have professional fighters and an HCF bantamweight world champion.
Last edited by Rooster; 11/30/2007 1:05pm at .
Injury Waiting To Happen
Posted On:11/30/2007 5:23pm
Style: Snatch Wrestling
A fight broke out at a recent MMA event and Peterec jumped on a guy and started punching him from mount. The guy got hit 5 times and started laughing and said "WTF? You're a professional fighter and you can't knock me out you fucking *****, HAHAHAHAHAHA". So...yeah, cool guy by the sounds of it, LOL.
Posted On:11/30/2007 10:18pm
thanks rooster for the info really appreciate it , I will have to definitely check it out, which classes would you recommend?
Posted On:12/03/2007 6:26pm
All of the classes. They teach Muay Thai and BJJ with occasional boxing and bjj seminars run by guest instructors of good standing: Vito Brancaccio and Marcus Soares.
Posted On:12/03/2007 8:06pm
There's also these guys:
Posted On:1/03/2009 5:12pm
Damn, it looks like Krav Maga is only offered at Peterec's. I haven't found any other place in Victoria offering it yet. Anyone know differently?
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