Fighting Fit has been closed for months but was a pretty popular place for the ladies looking for a good lunchtime workout. It was also rumoured to be a good place to meet cute, tough guys. On Saturday night, Shihan Pierre Ingrassia (pictured), founder of Fighting Fit, threw a party to celebrate his new martial arts gym, The One in Central. Though the gym was in full party mode, with people sipping champagne and munching on canapes in the boxing ring, it was obvious the place is for serious inquiries only. Boxaerobics enthusiasts best stick to California Fitness. Mr Ingrassia told CitySeen his aim was to distance his gym from fitness and focus on real martial arts. 'We do real Muay-Thai and serious boxing. Everything nowadays is so fitness oriented and Hong Kong needs a training centre for those who want to learn how to fight correctly and become serious fighters.' Before 7.30pm the gym is open to everyone - good news for all you gals out there looking for some afternoon action. But after 8.30pm, Ingrassia has offered the facilities to Hong Kong's Muay-Thai, Boxing and Wing Chun associations. This is when the blood and sweat are shed. Tears not an option.