Raysaldo Biagtan started his training in martial arts at the early age, trained with his uncle master Rudolfo Biagtan of Maharlika Kuntaw ng Pilipinas Dagupan City chapter, Sensie Alfredo Castro of Shotokan Karate, Granmaestro Oding Billisillo of Arnis Balintawak, and Kru Rolando Catoy in Muaythai. He also trained with the legendary TRACMA Grandmaster Trovador Ramos, and master Johnny Llames the second in command of Grandmaster Ramos of Travador Ramos Academy of Consolidated Martial Arts (TRACMA) – Imus, Cavite. He started his maestro Biagtan in his kickboxing career at the age of 19 where he earned his first Championship Trophy in Phillipine Kickboxing Organization (PKBO) with superb accomplishment of twenty fights without losses (undefeated). At th age of 25 he then joined the Muaythai Kickboxing Association of the Philippines (MTKAP), recognized by the wellknown organization around the globe, the International Muaythai Federation based in Thailand and England, International Kickboxing Federation of Germany. Maestro Ray Biagtan was undefeated champion, holding the MTKAP Fetherweight and Superfeatherweight title. He was also the World Muaythai Championship finalist that was held in Thailand ranking in 1996. In 1997 Maestro Biagtan travelled to Korea and work plus study to expand his experience in Korea Martial Arts such as Kyuk Too Ki, Hapkido and Taekwondo. During his stay in the country he had compete in Kyuk Too Ki and Kwon Kyuk Do tournament whereby it is a impressive combination of Muaythai and Taekwondo. He than work and trained hard to accomplish his achievement and tried really hard until he achieved his goal, and he won the International Kickboxing Championship in Kyuk Too Ti and Asian Championshop in Kwon Kyuk Do. In 2002, he joined Karate for Christ International in Cleveland Alabama, USA. At the age of 33 he earned his 6th degree in Filipino Martial Arts and formed Biagtan Fighting Arts and there is where Biagtan Martial Arts formed.