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Gone are the days of a Karate fighter pitted against a wrestler. Today’s MMA star is a well-rounded martial artist. No longer is it viable to train in just one style. To succeed, a fighter must be proficient in both striking and grappling. They must be comfortable standing up, in a clinch, and on the ground. For this reason, MMA camps and gyms have started to outgrow the number of traditional martial-arts studios.