Paradise Warrior Retreat at TristarThe Paradise Warrior Retreat collaborates with the Tristar Gym in Montreal on April 6 and 7, putting together one of the most exclusive MMA training camps in the world.

The camp is lead by elite MMA coaches and fighters like Georges St-Pierre’s trainer Firas Zahabi and UFC fighter Cung Le. Other instructors at the event include UFC middleweight title contender Chris Weidman, who is awaiting a shot at Anderson Silva in July; Anthony Pettis, who is scheduled to challenge Jose Aldo for his UFC featherweight belt; and last but not least, GSP training partner Rory MacDonald, who has some big wins against Che Mills and the legendary B.J. Penn.

The Tristar Gym has become the Mecca of the Canadian martial arts world with superstar fighter George St-Pierre dominating the welterweight division and his coach, Firas Zahabi, becoming known as the one of the best coaches in the MMA world. The gym has attracted a new generation of young, raw, talented fighters that have became household names, including rising stars like Rory MacDonald and The Ultimate Fighter finalist Mike Ricci. The list of other fighters who have trained in the gym goes on and on, including Jon Jones, Kenny Florian and Miguel Torres.

What makes this coming weekend different then any other training camp at Tristar is that it is offered to MMA fans, not just professional fighters. For the last nine years, the Paradise Warrior Retreat has allowed MMA fans a unique experience unparalleled in any other sport in the world. Fans can train with their idols and spend unforgettable moments with them in a retreat setting.

Paradise Warrior Retreat has put together over 22 camps across the U.S. and Canada, allowing fans to train with some of the biggest names in the Martial Arts world, such as Chuck Liddell, Bas Rutten, Matt Hughes, B. J. Penn, Jon Jones, Rashad Evans, Dan Henderson, Fedor Emelianenko, Gegard Mousasi, Fabricio Werdum, Frankie Edgar, Renzo Gracie, Benny “The Jet” Urquidez, Rob Kaman, and many more.

Paradise Warrior Retreat returns to Tristar this weekend after a two-year absence to repeat its most successful event ever. At the last event, 100 students and fight fans gathered together from across Canada and the U.S. to train with some of the best coaches and minds in the sport: Firas Zahabi, John Danaher, Phil Nurse; and some of the best fighters of the era, including Jon Jones and Rashad Evans.

Whatever your passion – to be the next MMA superstar, to train with the best and become the best at what you do, or to take pictures and get autographs and hang out with your idols – come and share the one thing we all have in common… the LOVE for the sport.

To learn more about the Paradise Warrior Retreat go to www.paradisewarriorretreat.com

To learn more about Tristar Gym go to www.tristagym.com

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