I have to disagree with your point regarding poor facilities, I train at prokick head quarters in Belfast, the club has been going sinse 1990 and it's still in the tin hut it started off in, sweat drips down the walls and mirrors and it stinks of sweat also, our coach is Billy Murruy who has been world champion a few times over and he is very much hands on, its great to go as a beginner or professional and Billy takes every class, its taken nearly 20 years though to get recognised and is now backed by Belfast City Council so the plans are in to build us a brand new complex paid for by the council.
My point is our gym has loads of women that are members and don't get put off by the spit n saw dust premises.
Go for it but expect it to be hard work and you will have to be there all the time to train people, I know Billy is in our Gym from morning to night 7 days a week along with flying all over the world for fights etc.
Maybe if you get it up and running we can organise some fights
) let us kick the crap out of ya..hehe...