Conveniently located within 200m of the M1, The Fight Centre – Brisbane is one of the newest but already one of the most reputable Muay Thai gyms in Brisbane.
The Brisbane Muay Thai scene would never be the same after the legendary “Ironfist” gym on the south side of Brisbane closed, but when one door closes another one opens, and thus The Fight Centre – Brisbane was formed. At first, the sole intention of TFC (The Fight Centre) was to give the Muay Thai fighters from Ironfist a new place to train. It soon became much bigger than that, with many students of old and new getting in contact with the owners, looking to train the same style of Muay Thai that had been learned at Ironfist and been brought to the new facility.
The Fight Centre is home to many of Brisbane’s best Muay Thai fighters, including Michael “Tomahawk” Thompson, Jimmy “J-slice” Irwin, Ben “The Blade” Johnston, Andy “the Assassin” Smith, Matty “C4″ Seden and many more. The list is constantly growing as beginners turn into fighters, and fighters turn into champions.
With kids classes and women only classes as a part of the schedule, the facility really has made itself available to people of all shapes and sizes from all walks of life. Most of the members of The Fight Centre – Brisbane choose never to compete in Muay Thai or Kick boxing, and this decision is fully supported by the staff and coaches. There will never be any pressure for a student to have a fight as an Amateur or Professional. Martial Arts is a fantastic way of achieving goals in weight-loss and fitness, as the physical demands of throwing multiple punches and kicks in a Muay Thai training session has to be experienced to be believed. Along with that, students will find that their self-discipline is honed as well as dexterity and a state of mental sharpness.
The Fight Centre aims to be more than just a gym, but a place for all of it’s members to walk into and instantly feel at home.