Im Interested In how other yawyan practitoners are currently / have trained for this new world of mma? I am a Yawyan sibukan practitioner, at the Canadian yawyan branch. We at the yawyan sibukan have implemented Judo and parts of a filipino grappling style which I cant really pronounce into the mix of things. I am very fortunate to say that we train with real life/ufc situations in mind allowing for practical methods of applying chokes and submissions with the aid or defence of striking. I am training to go pro, and the more I think about it the happier I am that my master dedicates enough time to the striking and ground fighting equaly. We train 3 days a week,and I spar with mauy thai practitioners another two days out of the week to practice my striking against well taught strikers. We do everything from pad work to bag work to light contact forming. Then we grapple and toss eachother around for the remaning hour 1/2 of class. I have heard an read about other Yawyan schools adapting and implementing certain other styles or techniques into their game plans, hopefully another yawyan practitioner out their can shed some light on this topic? What are you doing to prepare yourself for the world of mma?