UFC GYM coach Yannick Hunt teaches striking technique to 8-year-old Jayden Albanes. UFC GYM Kendall, open 24 hours, seven days a week, offers martial arts classes and fitness equipment.
UFC GYM coach Yannick Hunt teaches striking technique to 8-year-old Jayden Albanes. UFC GYM Kendall, open 24 hours, seven days a week, offers martial arts classes and fitness equipment. RODOLFO ROMAN For the Miami Herald
UFC GYM coach Yannick Hunt teaches striking technique to 8-year-old Jayden Albanes. UFC GYM Kendall, open 24 hours, seven days a week, offers martial arts classes and fitness equipment. RODOLFO ROMAN For the Miami Herald

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