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MMA schools on Long Island

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Rear naked chokes, guillotines, triangles and dirty boxing.

Normally, that sounds like something you want nothing to do with. But, those are just a few of the techniques used in mixed martial arts, the fastest growing sport in America these days.

MMA is comprised of elements from Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Muay Thai, kickboxing, boxing, wrestling, submission grappling, judo and karate. These places, listed alphabetically, offer instruction on multiple disciplines in the mixed martial arts.

Follow the sport of mixed martial arts at newsday.com/mma.

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