EVOLVE MMA’s “Vacation Program”: spend July with Demetrious Johnson, Tyron Woodley, Joe Warren

At Evolve MMA in July: Demetrious Johnson, Tyron Woodley, Joe Warren
At Evolve MMA in July: Demetrious Johnson, Tyron Woodley, Joe Warren

UFC fighters Demetrious Johnson, Tyron Woodley and Joe Warren will be training at Evolve MMA during July. Now a summer vacation in Singapore sounds undeniably enticing.

Approximately a month ago, Evolve MMA announced a “Vacation Program” for martial artists interested in an experience at the world-renowned academy. When MMA or Muay Thai aficionados think “summer vacation in Asia”, it’s usually Thailand that comes to mind. However, Evolve wants to throw its lot into the mix and has offered a distinct alternative. Why not try Singapore?

Now, with the announcement that three major names in MMA will be dropping by the academy in the month of July, an “Evolve vacation” seems like a good deal. UFC Flyweight Champ Demetrious Johnson, UFC top-ranked welterweight Tyron Woodley, and Bellator Bantamweight Champ Joe Warren will all be at Evolve MMA during the month of July. It’s a good chance to not just rub elbows with pro fighters, but train in the same conditions they do, and pump up your game in just about every aspect of MMA because of the high level of instructors there.

This is actually a vacation you could see pitching to your significant other. Singapore has plenty of shopping and sightseeing for the non-MMA initiated. And if it seems like an expensive proposition, check into it before you rule it out because of the cost factor. Evolve says the programs are all bespoke, and the hotel partners range from hostels to 5-star resorts.

There’s more information on the vacation program at Evolve on their website here. There is a wealth of instruction to be gained at Evolve MMA, with loads of BJJ black belts like Leandro Issa, Almiro Barros, and Herbert Burns, Muay Thai Champs like Orono Wor Petchpun, Namsaknoi Yudthagarngamtorn, and Attachai Fairtex, plus world celebrated wrestler Heath Sims and boxing WBA World Champion “3-K Battery” Yodsanan Sityodtong.