Zhong Luo Cage Fighting Series
Up coming event, April 11th 2020 has been postponed! Due to Covid-19. New date will announce soon.
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Zhong Luo Cage Fighting Series 01
Event schedule coming soon!
Fight Card subject to change
Dragon House Announcements
Zhong Luo Cage Fighting Series 01 April 11th 2020.
The Basic Sponsorship Package starts at $350, it will have your logo on all flyers and posters for each upcoming event. This package also enables you to hang banners at the event with an addition of 2 general admission tickets.
The Silver Sponsorship Package starts at $750, it will have your logo on all flyers and posters for each upcoming event. This package also allows you have a booth in the venue to sell your merchandise. You receive 4 wristbands to run your booth.
The Gold Sponsorship Package starts at $1000, it will have your logo on all flyers, posters, and cage floor for each upcoming event. This package also includes 2 Ringside Seat tickets.
Weekly Class Schedules
These are the training class schedules for the Dragon House MMA. Private Classes are available, please contact us for further details.
Monday Class Schedule
Kid's Class (4:30pm - 6pm)
Gi Jiu Jitsu Class (6:pm - 7:30pm)
Wrestling Class (7:30pm - 9pm)
Open Mat (9 - 9:30pm)
Tuesday Class Schedule
Gi Jiu Jitsu Class (12noon -2pm)
No Gi Jiu Jitsu Class (7pm - 9pm)
Kung Fu (7pm- 9pm)
Open Mat Sparring (9 - 9:30pm)
Wednesday Class Schedule
Gi Gi Jiu Jitsu Class (6pm - 7:30pm)
Shan Shou Kickboxing (7:30pm - 9pm)
Open Mat Sparring (9pm - 9:30pm)
Thursday Class Schedule
Gi Jiu Jitsu Class (12noon - 2pm)
Kid's Class (4:30pm - 6pm)
MMA (6:30pm - 9pm)
Kung Fu (7:30pm- 9pm)
Open Mat Sparring (9pm - 9:30pm)
Friday Class Schedule
Gi Jiu Jitsu Class (6pm - 7:30pm)
MMA Class (7:30pm - 9pm)
Saturday Class Schedule
Kid's Class (11am - 1pm)
Kung Fu (1pm - 3pm)
MMA Class (1pm - 3pm)
A school, a live MMA event series, and a family
The MMA hub of Southern SF
Dragon House is a 4000 sq ft mixed martial arts (MMA) facility. Located in San Francisco’s Outer Mission District. We have an extensive curriculum in all forms of MMA. From Sanshou Kickboxing, Mongolian wrestling, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and grappling. At the Dragon House MMA gym we train all aspects of MMA as well as other fighting systems. Sifu Luo's roots stem from traditional Chinese Kung Fu and teaches both the Bak Mei (White Eyebrow) and Lung Ying (Dragon) styles. We also train in weapons attack and defense, and general body conditioning. Dragon House welcomes all levels of athletes and martial arts enthusiasts from hobbyist to professional competitors.
Dragon House is a good environment, we practice safely, respect each other, and all have a love for martial arts one way or another. Come visit us today.
The best live mixed martial arts events in Northern California
For the last 6 years we have been hosting the largest, most exciting fights in Northern California, showcasing the best amateur and pro talent from around the West Coast and beyond.
If you're a fighter, coach, fan, or student, contact us to get involved.
Professional Athlete management
Find your real potential
Our team at Dragon House have a vast knowledge and participation in the world of Martial Arts. We know what it takes to compete at a pro level. The focus of a fighter should be to train. Don't let paperwork, marketing, and promotion get in the way of your training. Train here, and as we train you, we will prep you for your job. You fight, we do the rest.
Sifu Zhong Luo
Founder and Owner of Dragon House
Zhong Luo was born into kung fu royalty in Foshan, China, the son of Bak Mei Grand Master Mai Yu Qiang. (He was recently awarded the prestigious 6th degree Black Belt by the Chinese government.)
His whole young life was consumed by martial arts. At age 3 his training began, and by age 5, he was performing with the Chinese Circus. He then began his studies with his father and eight uncles; all of whom were kung fu masters in different styles including Hung Gar, Praying Mantis, Long Ying (“Dragon Style”) and Bak Mei (“White Eyebrow”). At age 12, he started studying San Shou (Chinese kickboxing), and at age 14 added power lifting and Mongolian wrestling. By 16, he was a professional San Shou fighter and competitive bodybuilder. He never stops learning; he has been a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner since 2001 and he is a black belt under Clovis Silva.
Life for him wasn't always formal martial arts study. The streets of Foshan were rough, and Zhong quickly learned how to defend himself against street fighters, gangsters, and thieves. This mixture of keen street smarts and professional martial arts knowledge makes him the crossroads between theory and practical application, and between forms and deadly force.
Sifu Luo came to San Francisco in 1996. Shortly after his arrival, he began teaching his unique mix of kung fu, fitness, and fighting. For the last 21 years, he’s grown his school from a few students in a garage, to progressively larger places. Now his home is a 4,000 square-foot facility in the Outer Mission known as “Dragon House”. There, practitioners can study traditional Bak Mei and Long Ying kung fu as well as learn mixed martial arts including competitive MMA, Jiu Jitsu, Mongolian Wrestling, grappling, kickboxing, San Shou, and bare-knuckle sparring.
Sifu Luo has trained law enforcement officers from various agencies, security guard companies, and world-class athletes including members of the 2013 New Zealand Americas Cup sailing team. He has certified dozens of kung fu masters who now have schools of their own in Greece, Russia, Germany, and throughout the U.S.
He coaches professional and amateur MMA fighters and continues to expand into the world of professional fighting competitions throughout the United States. His current roster has over 50 amateur and professional MMA fighters competing nationally.
In addition to teaching and training fighters of his own, he puts on large competitive MMA events in the Bay Area, also known as “Dragon House”. He held his first event in 2008 at the school, then quickly expanded into various large venues in San Francisco and Oakland. Several times a year, the best professional (and amateur) fighters in California come together in Dragon House events to show the world their skills.
Zhong Luo organizes bi-annual trips to China where kung fu and MMA practitioners demonstrate their skills at events hosted by the Dragon House Federation - an organization of 100 martial arts schools in China.