Laszlo Huve is a well-known martial arts champion and trainer with over 25 years of experience in both competition and training. Originally from Transylvania, Laszlo started practicing martial arts at the age of 14 and teaching at the age of 16. By the time he was 18, Laszlo was managing and coaching one of the best known martial arts clubs in his country. After his military service, Laszlo returned as a competitor in a variety of disciplines, including Sanda, Muay-thai, Kickboxing, and Judo.

In 1992, Laszlo emigrated to the United States, where he studied from, and competed with, some of the best Martial Arts coaches in the country, including a number of Tae-kwon-do and Kickboxing champions. At the same time, Laszlo continued his studies in exercise and group fitness, becoming certified as a personal trainer and group exercise trainer. Soon enough, Laszlo began working as a master trainer for clubs such as Bally's and New York Health and Racquet Club. This gave Laszlo a number of unusual and diverse opportunities, ranging from teaching self defense and hand-to-hand combat to the NYPD to instructing and choreographing junior Tae-kwon-do teams. During this time, Laszlo was also the head fight choreographer for the New York Shaolin Temple under 34th generation Shaolin monk Sifu Shi Yan Ming.


In 1992, Laszlo emigrated to the United States, where he studied from, and competed with, some of the best Martial Arts coaches in the country, including a number of Tae-kwon-do and Kickboxing champions. At the same time, Laszlo continued his studies in exercise and group fitness, becoming certified as a personal trainer and group exercise trainer. Soon enough, Laszlo began working as a master trainer for clubs such as Bally's and New York Health and Racquet Club. This gave Laszlo a number of unusual and diverse opportunities, ranging from teaching self defense and hand-to-hand combat to the NYPD to instructing and choreographing junior Tae-kwon-do teams. During this time, Laszlo was also the head fight choreographer for the New York Shaolin Temple under 34th generation Shaolin monk Sifu Shi Yan Ming.

Laszlo's work has been featured on The Today Show, The Learning Channel, and The BBC, and in films such as “Art of War” and “Nobody Hurts.” He has also directed and choreographed martial arts stage shows for the Tribecca Film Festival and the USA Shaolin Temple.

In 2007, Laszlo opened his own gym, Energy Fitness, in New York City. His passion continued to be fighting, however, and in 2009 he co-founded Camp Undefeated, the first true MMA training facility in NYC. Today, Laszlo continues to own and operate Camp Undefeated, where he manages and trains the Camp Undefeated Fight Team, which includes reigning Take On Productions Heavyweight Champion Ariel Abreu.