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1041 S Edgewood St
Arlington, VA, 22204
United States


Pentagon MMA is a community of fun-loving, adventurous folks of all ages and walks of life who have a passion for Muay Thai (also known as Kickboxing or Thai Boxing), Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ), and mixed martial arts.

Fight Team

Fight Team

The Fight Team consists of Pentagon MMA’s best and most dedicated students and represents our school in national and international amateur and professional Muay Thai, Jiu-Jitsu, and mixed martial arts events. To be a member of the Fight Team, you must first have a proven dedication to the sport and to hard work. Second, you must have extensive training experience, as assessed by our Head Instructor. Finally, Fight Team membership is by invitation only. That said, please contact our Head Instructor if you are interested in joining the Fight Team. We will make every effort to help you fulfill your potential and achieve your goals.


TCB Fights 2012

TCB Fights 2012

What kind of gear do I need for the Fight Team?

In addition to hand wraps, 16 oz boxing gloves, and shin guards (as required by all Muay Thai classes), you will need headgear and a mouthpiece. Let us know if you have any questions on recommended gear, and check out our Pro Shop at our studio, where we offer Twins Special headgear, gloves, and shin guards.

Do I have to compete to be on the Fight Team?

No, but you are expected to show up to Fight Team training on a consistent basis and also participate in Fight Camp to help Fight Team members train for competition. We encourage everyone on the Fight Team to compete at least once, but that is entirely your decision, once the coaches determine you are ready to compete.

What does it take to be invited to join the Fight Team?

First, you must let your coaches know that being on the Fight Team is one of your goals. Coaches look for demonstrated dedication and hard work, a positive attitude, and willingness to learn, take constructive criticism, and help fellow students attain their goals. Talent is great, but a hard-working, less talented student will be prioritized over a lazy, talented student.