This is highly dependent on how often you train in MMA as well as your other martial art classes. Our ranking system matches an international ranking system and is based on an individual’s dedication and training. It’s also worth noting that MMA training is a continuous process, and even experienced fighters continue to learn and improve throughout their careers.
It is possible to receive your black belt in MMA in around 6 -7 years (conditions apply) and the syllabus covers boxing/kickboxing, Muay Thai, take down defence, wrestling, ground and pound, and BJJ techniques equivalent to a most blue belt in BJJ curriculum. However, be mindful that each martial art style is different, which also means that the time it takes to get a black belt in various martial arts is also different. Getting a black belt in MMA does not necessarily mean you are a master of all martial arts.