Snake Pit U.S.A Mixed Martial Arts and Fitness Center, No-Gi Submission Wrestling, Catch as Catch Can Style.

Catch as Catch Can is a hundreds of years old, it originated in Lancashire England and its dominance in matches against other wrestling styles gained worldwide notoriety around the mid 1800’s. During this same time it found its way to North America via immigrants and world travelers and became the top sport in America by the turn of the 20th century. This grappling art is comprised of takedowns, throws, ground based wrestling rides, breakdowns and transitions combined with a surplus of excruciating submission holds. The term “No Holds Barred” originated with Catch Wrestling, as there are no illegal submissions, holds, pins or take downs, which makes it extremely effective and efficient for both combat sports and self defense.

 

Submission Wrestling also known as submission grappling, or simply no-gi.  A general term of martial arts and combat sports that focus on clinch and ground fighting.