Hybrid Combat | JKD/KaliWelcome to Hybrid Combat Martial Arts!Hybrid Combat Martial Arts

My name is Suleyman Cetin, my martial arts journey started age 7 with Shotokan Karate and led me to my training in JKD/Kali in 2003 at the prestigious Bob Breen Academy in Hoxton Squre, London.

Over the years I have trained with many instructors in various systems and gained Black Belt and Instructor levels under Guro Bob Breen and Guro David Onuma. I teach classes at the superb Fulinkazan MMA Gym in Bradford and Victoria Hall in Saltaire starting on June 18th.

Instructor in JKD/FMA under Guro Bob Breen’s Breen Instructor Group
Instructor and Black Belt under Guro Bob Breen in Jun Fan/JKD/Kali/Grappling
Instructor in Jun Fan/JKD/FMA under Guro David Onuma
Instructor in CFS Striking Arts
Black Belt in CFS Arts Kickboxing
Blue Belt – Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
Combined Fighting Systems Regional Representative

Bahad Zu’Bu Kali, Combat Submission Wrestling, Mixed Martial Arts, San Da/Sanshou, Shotokan Karate, Pencak Silat, Tai Chi, Western Boxing and Wing Chun

JKDJEET KUNE DO
JKD was founded by Bruce Lee and means Way of the Intercepting Fist, a forerunner to Mixed Martial Arts, the objective of JKD is to use all and any techniques to defend yourself effectively. JKD is not a traditional martial art, it was very modern in it’s inception and continues to promote development and growth with integration as a key element. Using Boxing/Kickboxing as a base JKD emphasises on training all ranges of combat including Kicking, Punching, Trapping and Grappling. The empty hand techniques of Kali, Silat and Grappling arts are integrated into the JKD classes.

Hybrid Combat | JKD/KALILACOSTE/INOSANTO KALI
Filipino Martial Arts refer to the arts known as Kali/Arnis/Escrima, as well as sub systems such as Panantukan/Suntukan (Filipino Boxing) found across the Philippines. FMAs date back to methods of warfare and combat of the indigenous people of the Philippines and surrounding areas. There is an overlap in the Martial Arts of South East Asia, such as Silat and Kuntao that have their place in FMAs that we integrate into our training.