Here's the thing, in my opinion. You first have to ask why the person is asking this. Is it just to be able to have a theoretical discussion on a forum? It depends on your opportunites, your talents, your location, training time, and if you are just doing it for a hobby or if you have talent to earn income doing MMA or contests.
Think of it this way. If you have some background in Tennis, and you took it in HS as an elective, and you took it in college and did well and you enjoy doing it, do you then start thinking, 'hey maybe I could be a tennis pro and earn money, let me go on a Tennis forum and ask what Tennis videos I should watch and which style of Tennis pro I should train under and which Tennis clubs have the best competition.
It sound kind of ridiculous. I don't know the route to becoming a Tennis Pro who makes a living, but it's not from trying to learn it by picking the right coach as a young adult, or asking the right questions on a forum
So many people, so many very talented people are already doing this. Same, now for martial arts and the path and the lifestyle is brutal, punishing and it leads to nagging injuries and broken bones even under the best conditions, and I think the people going this path are not asking questions of other amateurs. They've got opportunities and genetic gifts and talent and get swept into it.
There are other ways to become tough and durable and to be able to defend yourself without trying to cross train in two of the hardest disciplines in the combat arena thinking some 'magic' is going to make one special and great and being able to 'quickly envelop your peers'. That sounds like the wrong motivation.
Back in the day, yes we thought MA was 'magic' and a skinny college kid could fight the bullies on the football team by learning some special tricks, but people didn't know what they didn't know and that was no set of 'tricks' is going to turn you into a football player crusher. Football players are big, genetically advantaged and they bang into other big tough guys. That's aggression and experience. You're not going to be able to defeat your inner demons by punching under a waterfall and making big knuckles and then challening some big linebacker. It was a fantasy that one could understand back in the day when nobody really knew how to fight.
Find a thing that's fun for you and that you have talent for and go to classes if you want to and try to stay uninjured. In the remaning hours you may have to train be sure your cardio and anerobic systems are being built up and do some lifting to get strong. But put away the idea of 'enveloping your peers'. It's somewhat childish.
But, Good Luck don't quit, keep at it for a lifetime and try to stay healthy. If you get an MMA career then I hope you do great!