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Champion Boxing in Rockville, MD offers boxing lessons taught by WBA champions, kickboxing classes, Jiu Jitsu, and more! Meet our instructors and view our class schedule below.

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Burmese Boxing 6:30 pm
Burmese Boxing
Oct 1 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing
Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese[...]
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Burmese Boxing 6:30 pm
Burmese Boxing
Oct 2 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing
Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese[...]
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Burmese Boxing 6:30 pm
Burmese Boxing
Oct 3 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing
Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese[...]
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Burmese Boxing 6:30 pm
Burmese Boxing
Oct 8 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing
Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese[...]
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Burmese Boxing 6:30 pm
Burmese Boxing
Oct 9 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing
Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese[...]
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Burmese Boxing 6:30 pm
Burmese Boxing
Oct 10 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing
Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese[...]
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Burmese Boxing 6:30 pm
Burmese Boxing
Oct 15 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing
Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese[...]
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Burmese Boxing 6:30 pm
Burmese Boxing
Oct 16 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing
Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese[...]
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Burmese Boxing 6:30 pm
Burmese Boxing
Oct 17 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing
Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese[...]
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Burmese Boxing 6:30 pm
Burmese Boxing
Oct 22 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing
Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese[...]
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Burmese Boxing 6:30 pm
Burmese Boxing
Oct 23 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing
Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese[...]
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Burmese Boxing 6:30 pm
Burmese Boxing
Oct 24 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing
Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese[...]
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Burmese Boxing 6:30 pm
Burmese Boxing
Oct 29 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing
Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese[...]
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Burmese Boxing 6:30 pm
Burmese Boxing
Oct 30 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing
Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese[...]
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Burmese Boxing 6:30 pm
Burmese Boxing
Oct 31 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing
Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese[...]
Oct
22
Mon
Burmese Boxing
Oct 22 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing

Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese Boxing is similar to Muay Thai because of the use of arms, elbows, knees, and legs, Burmese Boxing adds another aspect to the fighting- head-butts. Therefore, while Muay Thai is described as being the science of eight limbs, Burmese Boxing would be characterized as being the science of nine limbs. Also, as opposed to Muay Thai, the fighters do not use any sort of protection; rather they wrap their hands in cloth or hemp for little support of the bones and maximum damage to the competitor. Read more

Oct
23
Tue
Burmese Boxing
Oct 23 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing

Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese Boxing is similar to Muay Thai because of the use of arms, elbows, knees, and legs, Burmese Boxing adds another aspect to the fighting- head-butts. Therefore, while Muay Thai is described as being the science of eight limbs, Burmese Boxing would be characterized as being the science of nine limbs. Also, as opposed to Muay Thai, the fighters do not use any sort of protection; rather they wrap their hands in cloth or hemp for little support of the bones and maximum damage to the competitor. Read more

Oct
24
Wed
Burmese Boxing
Oct 24 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing

Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese Boxing is similar to Muay Thai because of the use of arms, elbows, knees, and legs, Burmese Boxing adds another aspect to the fighting- head-butts. Therefore, while Muay Thai is described as being the science of eight limbs, Burmese Boxing would be characterized as being the science of nine limbs. Also, as opposed to Muay Thai, the fighters do not use any sort of protection; rather they wrap their hands in cloth or hemp for little support of the bones and maximum damage to the competitor. Read more

Oct
29
Mon
Burmese Boxing
Oct 29 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing

Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese Boxing is similar to Muay Thai because of the use of arms, elbows, knees, and legs, Burmese Boxing adds another aspect to the fighting- head-butts. Therefore, while Muay Thai is described as being the science of eight limbs, Burmese Boxing would be characterized as being the science of nine limbs. Also, as opposed to Muay Thai, the fighters do not use any sort of protection; rather they wrap their hands in cloth or hemp for little support of the bones and maximum damage to the competitor. Read more

Oct
30
Tue
Burmese Boxing
Oct 30 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing

Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese Boxing is similar to Muay Thai because of the use of arms, elbows, knees, and legs, Burmese Boxing adds another aspect to the fighting- head-butts. Therefore, while Muay Thai is described as being the science of eight limbs, Burmese Boxing would be characterized as being the science of nine limbs. Also, as opposed to Muay Thai, the fighters do not use any sort of protection; rather they wrap their hands in cloth or hemp for little support of the bones and maximum damage to the competitor. Read more

Oct
31
Wed
Burmese Boxing
Oct 31 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing

Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese Boxing is similar to Muay Thai because of the use of arms, elbows, knees, and legs, Burmese Boxing adds another aspect to the fighting- head-butts. Therefore, while Muay Thai is described as being the science of eight limbs, Burmese Boxing would be characterized as being the science of nine limbs. Also, as opposed to Muay Thai, the fighters do not use any sort of protection; rather they wrap their hands in cloth or hemp for little support of the bones and maximum damage to the competitor. Read more

Nov
5
Mon
Burmese Boxing
Nov 5 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing

Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese Boxing is similar to Muay Thai because of the use of arms, elbows, knees, and legs, Burmese Boxing adds another aspect to the fighting- head-butts. Therefore, while Muay Thai is described as being the science of eight limbs, Burmese Boxing would be characterized as being the science of nine limbs. Also, as opposed to Muay Thai, the fighters do not use any sort of protection; rather they wrap their hands in cloth or hemp for little support of the bones and maximum damage to the competitor. Read more

Nov
6
Tue
Burmese Boxing
Nov 6 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing

Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese Boxing is similar to Muay Thai because of the use of arms, elbows, knees, and legs, Burmese Boxing adds another aspect to the fighting- head-butts. Therefore, while Muay Thai is described as being the science of eight limbs, Burmese Boxing would be characterized as being the science of nine limbs. Also, as opposed to Muay Thai, the fighters do not use any sort of protection; rather they wrap their hands in cloth or hemp for little support of the bones and maximum damage to the competitor. Read more

Nov
7
Wed
Burmese Boxing
Nov 7 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing

Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese Boxing is similar to Muay Thai because of the use of arms, elbows, knees, and legs, Burmese Boxing adds another aspect to the fighting- head-butts. Therefore, while Muay Thai is described as being the science of eight limbs, Burmese Boxing would be characterized as being the science of nine limbs. Also, as opposed to Muay Thai, the fighters do not use any sort of protection; rather they wrap their hands in cloth or hemp for little support of the bones and maximum damage to the competitor. Read more

Nov
12
Mon
Burmese Boxing
Nov 12 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Burmese Boxing

Burmese Boxing, also know as Lethwei, has been around for thousands of years and although there is no precise time of its development, it had been described in early documents of Burmese culture. While Burmese Boxing is similar to Muay Thai because of the use of arms, elbows, knees, and legs, Burmese Boxing adds another aspect to the fighting- head-butts. Therefore, while Muay Thai is described as being the science of eight limbs, Burmese Boxing would be characterized as being the science of nine limbs. Also, as opposed to Muay Thai, the fighters do not use any sort of protection; rather they wrap their hands in cloth or hemp for little support of the bones and maximum damage to the competitor. Read more