I was wondering does anyone done some KFM training? Since this MA is unfamiliar to me, I would like to know first hand experssions of it. Currently I'm training bjj and mt, so this would seem to be good addition to my current training schedule. I searched the net and Sherdog, but couldn't find any good info of this. So, you who have done this or are familiar with it, please give some coverage of it. For what I've gathered this is somewhat of mixed bag of JKD, BJJ, KM etc. Their official site isn't up yet http://www.keysi-uk.com/ And here are some borrowed texts of KFM: The Keysi Fighting Method Blaze Martial Arts is the only academy in Berkshire affiliated to this incredible Martial Art. Although very new to the UK, The Keysi Fighting Method is an extreme Martial Art. Its key focus is on self-defence for the street and encourages freethinking with an 'anything and everything works' attitude, something rarely found in traditional Martial Art systems. Its founder, Justo Dieguez is considered by many to be a hand to hand combat genius and it is for this reason that the Keysi Fighting Method is one of the most dynamic and realistic Martial Arts for the modern day. and The Keysi Fighting Method, also known as Keysi or KFM, is based on a series of tight, controlled, efficient movements. An evolving discipline that was founded only 20 years ago, Keysi is an intuitive, low-grounded fighting method that requires superior leg and upper body strength, with a strong emphasis on mental focus and awareness. Unlike other martial arts developed for sport, KFM lends itself to combat in close quarters and can be applied to fighting in any environment, against multiple attackers from all directions. Also, here is a pdf file of KFM (in german) so, share your thoughts.