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Miletich Fighting Systems
Est. 1997
Founded by Pat Miletich
Primary trainers Pat Miletich
Steve Rusk
Nate Schroeder
Past titleholders Robbie Lawler[1]
Spencer Fisher[2]
Jeremy Horn[3]
Matt Hughes[4]
Pat Miletich[5]
Jens Pulver[6]
Tim Sylvia[6]
Training Facility Locations Bettendorf, Iowa
Official Website

Miletich Fighting Systems (MFS) is a mixed martial arts (MMA) training organization. It was one of the best camps in mixed martial arts history. [6]. Recent years have seen it's dominance wane, as many of it's former stars, such as Matt Hughes, Tim Sylvia, Jens Pulver and Jeremy Horn have all either left the camp or have been out of their respective weight classes title pictures for some time.


Organization and structure

MFS traces its roots to 1997, when fighter Pat Miletich established one of the early MMA training schools at his Bettendorf gym, Ultimate Fitness.[6] The MFS Elite team has produced over 80 television and pay per view level athletes and 14 world champions in various organizations. In The UFC alone, 5 of this system's top students have become world champions in weight classes ranging from lightweight to heavyweight. Miletich himself, was the UFC's first ever lightweight champion (200 and below at the time).

IFL fight team

Miletich Fighting Systems was one of the camps participating in the International Fight League. Coached by former UFC Lightweight Champion Pat Miletich, Miletich Fighting Systems is the style trained in by the Quad City Silverbacks, who were the first IFL team champions, of the first 2 seasons.

Associated fighters

Listed are some of the MMA fighters who have been produced by the Miletich camp.


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