Mixed martial arts, or MMA, is among the fastest growing sports in the world, as well as being an increasingly popular philosophical outlook in the martial arts world. The concept pits martial artists from a wide variety of different styles against one another under rules that all styles can fairly compete under. What began as a controversial, somewhat underground combat sport has transformed into a constantly evolving arena of combat for martial artists of every conceivable background to observe one another in action and find ways to address both the flaws in their own combat art’s as well as the strengths of others, with every style in the world growing stronger as a result.
That’s the idea behind MMA, anyway. But, of course, Master Ken, the world’s most lethal martial artist and founder of the undefeatable art of Ameri-Do-Te, knows better. Like every other school or philosophy of martial arts under the sun which doesn’t carry the Ameri-Do-Te name, MMA is complete and utter nonsense, and he’s here to explain the top five reasons why. So, before you consider training for an upcoming match in the cage or watching the latest UFC “battle” on Pay-Per-View, you might want to heed Master Ken’s words and hightail it to the nearest Ameri-Do-Te dojo ASAP!