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7/11/11 2:39 PM
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FERA BRABA
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I have a friend moving to Dallas in a few weeks and he is excited to find a new gym to train at.  Preferably he's looking for a gym that has both Muay Thai and BJJ.  Any info, along with a web address, is greatly appreciated.

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7/15/11 2:57 PM
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7/25/11 4:47 PM
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Octagon MMA has a great BJJ coach in Bruno Bastos, and a pretty good stand up program.

Saekson Janjira has a school in Plano and has a BJJ program that is gaining steam.

Star MMA has a great wresling/BJJ program taught by an ex-iranian national team wrestler and alliance black belt(Yousef) and an above average Muay Thai program.

It all depends where in Dallas you are moving and how far you are willing to drive, I have been to almost all of them, and would gladly share my experience with you, just ask.

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