SINCE 1999.





Marc Guyon was born and raised in France, from Franco-Vietnamese parents.

He started training in Wing Chun Kung Fu in 1999 at the age of 15, then teaching in 2004 as a part-time job while at university. He also diversified his training at the university with western boxing, savate French boxing, and fencing. He became semi-finalist of the French national university boxing championship in 2010. He also trained in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Muay Thai, kickboxing and more disciplines before moving to the UK after university in 2010, where he started to compete specifically in MMA.

He started his professional career as a finance controller in the UK then in Hong Kong for a few years, at the same time managing to train for white collar fights and teach martial arts part-time. In 2015, he decided to dedicate himself full time to his passion in martial arts and volunteer involvement in associations and charities.

Now a professional MMA fighter and founder of “MGK Fight Club”, he is also very involved as a volunteer in the French expat community, often referred to as the president of the “UFE” (Union des Français de l’étranger, the oldest and most important French society in the world) in Hong Kong. He is passionate about coaching and helping people in all matters, giving back to the community, helping expats to settle down, build a network, and find a healthy and balanced lifestyle.

Marc is not the usual martial arts coach. His focus is on helping busy people achieve what he did: having a full time job and at the same time having a balanced and athletic lifestyle. He wishes to prove that everyone can be a high level athlete, even the busy office worker. He understands the white-collar lifestyle, and believes martial arts bring key skills to managers and business leaders. His areas of expertise include martial arts techniques but also: life coaching, team building, and any kind of training developing skills such as mental strength, self-confidence, team work, and ability to work hard and under pressure.

Now living in Hong Kong, he runs classes and high level open training sessions in partnership with other athletes and instructors, to create an environment where martial artists of all disciplines and levels can develop their game and surround themselves with like-minded people.

* Wing Chun Kung Fu, striking background

* Former White Collar fighter, finance controller, business school educated

* First professional MMA fight in 2014 (30 years old)

Marc Guyon is a Wing Chun Instructor and Mixed Martial Artist. Coming from France and currently living in Hong Kong, he started training in Wing Chun Kung Fu in 1999, and teaching in 2005. In 2010, he moved to the UK and started to compete in amateur MMA.

In 2012, he moved to Asia to broaden his knowledge about Wing Chun Kung Fu and Chinese martial arts. He is now based in Hong Kong, coaching and training. He is an active professional MMA fighter, and also competes in Jiu Jitsu and other specific competitions when the opportunity comes.


1999: Started training in Wing Chun in France within the European branches of Leung Ting Wing Tsun (EWTO, AIWTKF)

2004-2007: Director of a Wing Chun school in Marseille, teaching in evening classes and personal training while being a student at university.

2005: Promoted to 1st degree Wing Chun technician under the AIWTKF (Académie Internationale de Wing Tsun Kung Fu, Klaus Flickinger).

2006: Promoted to 2nd degree Wing Chun technician under the AIWTKF (Académie Internationale de Wing Tsun Kung Fu, Klaus Flickinger).

2006: Started training in boxing and savate (French boxing) at the sports association of the University of Aix-Marseille, France.

2007: Moved to London and started training in MMA at the University of Westminster, London, UK.

2010-2012: Training at the UTC (Ultimate Training Centre) Birmingham; competed in amateur MMA and white collar boxing.

2012: Started traveling and training in various martial arts gyms in Asia.

2012: Training in Hong Kong in the instructors’ class of the IWTA (International Wing Tsun Association, Leung Ting).

2013: Started teaching Wing Chun in Hong Kong.

2014: Promoted to BJJ blue belt.

2014: First Professional MMA fight.

2017: Opening of MGK Fight Club in Discovery Bay, Hong Kong.

2018: Taiwan International BJJ gi silver medal, no gi gold medal, and IBJJF Asian Open Gold medal.

2018 : Promoted to BJJ purple belt

Name Marc Guyon (Chinese: 阮維安 “Ruan Wei An”)
Nationality French
Birthday 21/Mar/1984
Height 171 cm / 5.7 ft
Fighting weight 61.2 Kg / 135 Lbs
Born Marseille, France
Fighting out of Hong Kong
Affiliation MGK (Marc Guyon Kung Fu), Fight Club Hong Kong, Warrior Academy
Tapology http://www.tapology.com/fightcenter/fighters/83691-marc-guyon
Sherdog http://www.sherdog.com/fighter/Marc-Guyon-181641

Professional MMA record 3-5

Result Opponent Event Location Date Method Round Time Referee Video link Video link 2
Lose Roberto Medalla Just MMA
Hong Kong
16/Mar/2018 Decision 3 15:00 Roger Chan
Win Adunsak Rangmard Just MMA
Hong Kong
01/Dec/2017 Decision 3 15:00 Roger Chan
Loss He Haoyang Art Of War 18 Beijing, China 30/Jul/2016 Decision 2 15:00 Herb Dean Lesports  
Loss Jayson Margallo WSOF-UGBMMA14 Manila, Philippines 19/Mar/2016 TKO 1 1:00 Monith Pabroa Youtube Facebook
Win Guoqing Zhong CKF Beijing, China 19/Dec/2015 Submission (Triangle) 1 1:53 An Hu Lesports  
Loss Yadwinder Singh Warrior FC 2 Penang, Malaysia 19/Sep/2015 Decision (Unanimous) 3 15:00   Youtube  
Loss Sean Stolarczyk IMPI 2 Hong Kong 31/Jul/2015 Decision (Unanimous) 3 15:00 Thomas Fan Youtube Youtube
Win Muha Li UCMAA (Universal Chinese Martial Arts Association) Hong Kong 21/Oct/2014 Submission (Guillotine) 2 0:50 Thomas Fan Youtube

Amateur MMA record 2-0

Result Opponent Event Location Date Method Round Time Referee Video link
Win Shane Clarke Sprawl N Brawl Birmingham, UK 9/Oct/2011 Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00   Youtube
Win Rhys Parker Daly Thaitans Interclub Redditch, UK 27/Mar/2011 Submission (Armbar) 1 1:39   Youtube



1984: Born in Marseille, France.
2007: Left Marseille for an exchange programme at the University of Westminster, London, UK.
2008: Graduated with a bachelor’s degree in languages (English and Chinese) and management from the University of Aix-Marseille, France.
2009: Exchange programme at the European Business School, Germany.
2010: Graduated with a master’s degree in International Financial Management from IAE Aix Graduate School of Management, France.
2010-2012: Worked as a management accountant for a French company in Birmingham, UK.
2012: Left the UK in order to travel in Asia.
2014-2015: Worked in Hong Kong as a finance controller for a French company.
2015: Left finance job in order to be full time dedicated to martial arts, teaching and competing.

Marc lives in Discovery Bay, Hong Kong

He is married to Carmen, from Hong Kong.

They have two sons : François, born on 2015, and Louis, born in 2017.

“MMA fighter to change to a plant-based diet after watching Netflix film The Game Changers – will it make a difference?”, SCMP, January 2020



[Video] « Marc Guyon – Le portrait », September 2019 (In French)

« Marc Guyon, l’ancien contrôleur de gestion devenu prof de kung-fu », Journal des Français à l’étranger, September 2019 (In French)



“Meet the wing chun pilgrim who found a deeper purpose in Hong Kong’s martial arts community”, SCMP, December 2017


[Video] Interview for Now TV, November 2017:



[Video] Interview for Martial Labs, November 2017: https://youtu.be/PV0dt2ZzR2o


“Marc Guyon : entre UFE et Kung Fu à Hong Kong”, UFE Monde,  May 2017 (In French)



“Smart moves”, China Daily, January 2017



“Wing Chun instructor Marc Guyon sets sights on MMA career”, Rough magazine, July 2016



“Question and Answer with MMA Fighter Marc Guyon”, Josh Takes Photos, July 2015



[Video] « Un français à Hong Kong – De Hong Kong à Macao », Echappées Belles, May 2015 (In French)



Hard Work, Dedication, Strength



“As a busy business man, balancing between work and life is never easy, especially for a frequent traveller like me. Following Marc to learn martial arts every Sunday is definitely a good choice to help me clear my mind.”
testimonialDenis Ho - Business Manager