HomeAni: Letran Calamba Research Reportvol. 1 no. 1 (2011)

Establishment of a Mixed Martial Arts Training Center

Voltaire Almario R. Garcia

Discipline: Management Accounting



The proposed “Club Fight” Mixed Martial Arts Training Center is a business that offers facilities, classes, and professional trainers for mixed martial arts recreational and competition training. It offers different types of training facilities for the different types of martial arts which create mixed martial arts. The proposed business is related to mixed martial arts training centers in Metro Manila where they also offer training facilities, classes, lessons, and professional trainers in mixed martial arts.

Establishing “Club Fight” Mixed Martial Arts Training Center shows profitability; thus, such business is feasible and would prosper in the long run. The project does not only show the business profitability and stability but also its marketability through its unsatisfied demand and competitive position in the market. Since the proposed business would be the first of its kind in Calamba City, Laguna, growth is expected.

The long term objectives of the proposed business are: (1) to host amateur competitions and exhibition; (2) to build its own brand of fighters in the competition scene in URCC; (3) to be recognized as the best training center for mixed martial artist in the south; and (4) to expand and build other training centers in southern Tagalog.

The study of the financial statements and schedule of the proposed business shows that the proposed “Club Fight” Mixed Martial Arts Training Center is financially feasible in terms of its stability and profitability. It was found that after a period of 1.73 years, approximately 1 year and 9 months, the original investment would be returned. It showed a net present value of Php 1,664,505.54 after five years of operation and a benefit cost ratio of 1.61:1.0 meaning for every one peso spent, 1.61 pesos is returned.