Tiger Shroff takes martial arts to a new level with sister Krishna Shroff (Twitter)
Tiger Shroff, in an effort to empower youth, women and children in the country, has launched a Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) accredited centre with his sister Krishna Shroff and taken his love for MMA to a whole new level. Now, it will be the official training centre for the Indian MMA team, according to a release.
”MMA is a great and fun variation to stay fit and healthy. It will empower the youth, women and children alike,” Tiger Shroff was quoted as saying in the release.
The centre started by the Bollywood hunk will be the new home for all MMA fighters across the country. The centre has also been recognised as the first official fighters’ training centre for AIMMAA (All India Mixed Martial Arts Association) licensed, amateur and professional martial artists in India, the release stated.
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The AIMMAA aims to provide world-class training and facilities, and a fighters’ programme with experienced coaches. The programme plans to develop a professional fight team that will soon represent India in various combat promotions around the world. In 2019, it will start a regular circuit of fighters’ training camps for both professional and amateur fighters. The training programmes that are being planned aim to boost the level of fighting. But it doesn’t just cater to fighters and is a state-of-the-art facility for all fitness lovers.
Tiger Shroff has had a great year with Baaghi 2 being a blockbuster. With it, Tiger had emerged as the youngest Bollywood actor to clock the fastest century. The actor recently wrapped up shooting the Student of the Year sequel, also starring Tara Sutaria and Ananya Panday, who would be making a debut in Bollywood.
As per some latest reports, the female lead of Tiger’s upcoming Baaghi 2 has been replaced. The role will now be played by Sara Ali Khan, as reports says. Currently, Sara is busy promoting her upcoming film Simmba with Ranveer Singh which will hit the theatres on December 28.