I'm thinking of going into MMA and I've done a few months of NOGI BJJ. I'm enjoying it, learning a lot of useful things but I need to move on to do whats best for my UFC dream. I've also formally trained about 4 sessions of wrestling and I've learnt a lot of bjj, wrestling and MMA from Youtube but practictising, sparring and competing is crucial. This is my plan: Two years of training wrestling and boxing (best bases for MMA) simultameously about 6 hours a week in each. Whilst adding in 2 hours of bjj and kicking a heavy bag at home just to start shin conditioning early so that checking leg kicks won't be a disaster. I plan on competing in Wrestling tournaments as much as possible and at least one NOGI BJJ tournament during the two years. I'm also hoping to have a maximum of one Amateur Boxing match if necessary (saving my brain for MMA but Amateur boxers have some of the best boxing in MMA). After all of that, I plan on competing in a few Amateur fights before hopefully having my first pro fight within 2 years after Amateur debut. By then I'll be focusing on all aspects of MMA (WRESTLING, BOXING, bjj, muay thai) and strength and conditioning (especially cardio). "Jack of all trades, master of none." Because of this wise saying, I'll try to be as well rounded as necessary but with takedowns as my main weapon to master. I predict my fighting style to be similar to GSP, Cain Velazquez, Frankie Edgar. What do you think guys? Great fighting style?