Reno Academy of Combat

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Where Warriors are made
  • 3010 Mill St

    Reno, NV 89502

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  • 775-240-8253

About Reno Academy of Combat

Hours
Gym is open for questions Monday-Friday 3:30-8PM and Saturday mornings 9-11AM
Special Offer
1 month coupon

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In my time at Reno Academy of Combat I have enjoyed myself a lot. Learning mixed martial arts has been a help for many aspects of my life. My confidence has been heightened, my health has improved, and I am better able to keep calm in

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In my time at Reno Academy of Combat I have enjoyed myself a lot. Learning mixed martial arts has been a help for many aspects of my life. My confidence has been heightened, my health has improved, and I am better able to keep calm in

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I have been dropping by the Reno Academy of Combat for more than 2 years and in my experience of 3 decades in the martial arts from judo and karate to Muay Thai, Aikido, Boxing and Combatives taught to US Special Forces this gym's

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I have been dropping by the Reno Academy of Combat for more than 2 years and in my experience of 3 decades in the martial arts from judo and karate to Muay Thai, Aikido, Boxing and Combatives taught to US Special Forces this gym's

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Reno Academy of Combat is one the WORST associations I have ever witness and experienced. I was sent there to observe and report the operation back to a few MMA Camps in Las Vegas, LA, Washington and Oregon. I actually feel sorry for those attending that Academy and the Events. The ??so called? MMA shows put on by Rick Collup ?? Ultimate Reno Combat - is highly questionable. 30 bucks to get in for general admission to an Amateur Fight. Wake up Rick, the place was barely half full. Plus fighters / trainers / managers get no ticket sales incentives. Rick, come on, open your eyes, they??re making you money!!! Don??t be one of ??those? promoters who takes advantage of Amateurs and New Fighters. You??re giving the sport a bad name by your self-indulgence. Not to mention the winner gets a free shirt from a Bail Bonds company that??s ??sponsoring? the event!!! So a fighters goes in, puts everything on the line, trains his or hers butt off, wins, and gets a free t-shirt. What a nice guy!!! You??re like the laughing stock of the general area and the Western MMA industry by what you call appreciation to your ??sponsor? and fighters. Please understand I have no issues about any of the sponsors you utilizes. Sponsors are sponsors. They are there to help.

The fight card was way too one sided. Giving the winner somewhat of a false sense of accomplishment and the loser the feeling of ??What the hell am I doing..!??. There were some really good up-coming fighters at the events I witnessed and amusing thing about it, none from the Reno Academy. The cards seemed geared and by design, as a ??show case? for the Reno Academy. Sounds familiar, doesn??t it?.

Stan Little

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Reno Academy of Combat is one the WORST associations I have ever witness and experienced. I was sent there to observe and report the operation back to a few MMA Camps in Las Vegas, LA, Washington and Oregon. I actually feel sorry for those attending that Academy and the Events. The ??so called? MMA shows put on by Rick Collup ?? Ultimate Reno Combat - is highly questionable. 30 bucks to get in for general admission to an Amateur Fight. Wake up Rick, the place was barely half full. Plus fighters / trainers / managers get no ticket sales incentives. Rick, come on, open your eyes, they??re making you money!!! Don??t be one of ??those? promoters who takes advantage of Amateurs and New Fighters. You??re giving the sport a bad name by your self-indulgence. Not to mention the winner gets a free shirt from a Bail Bonds company that??s ??sponsoring? the event!!! So a fighters goes in, puts everything on the line, trains his or hers butt off, wins, and gets a free t-shirt. What a nice guy!!! You??re like the laughing stock of the general area and the Western MMA industry by what you call appreciation to your ??sponsor? and fighters. Please understand I have no issues about any of the sponsors you utilizes. Sponsors are sponsors. They are there to help.

The fight card was way too one sided. Giving the winner somewhat of a false sense of accomplishment and the loser the feeling of ??What the hell am I doing..!??. There were some really good up-coming fighters at the events I witnessed and amusing thing about it, none from the Reno Academy. The cards seemed geared and by design, as a ??show case? for the Reno Academy. Sounds familiar, doesn??t it?.

Stan Little

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