Remember man, no matter how much you train or how good you are at fighting, you will never be a true Badass if you do not wear TapOut shirts. And another thing, to say "I took a MMA training class" is wrong, you should say "I started training UFC", and if you end that sentence with a "Bro" is even better.
Now, if you really want to be feared, loved and respected, right now you should register in Sherdog and become a black belt in the forums.
When you watch the PPVs with friends or other people, never forget to commentate the action and you can say stuff like "WTF is he doing? He should grab his arm and go for the fucking kimura...I was in the same position 3 days ago in my dojo against a guy that was 50 pounds heavier than me, and I went for the kimura and I almost broke his arm, he tapped inmediately".
Even if you took only one class, you should already act all tough as if you have been training for 15 years and you are a world champion. If you do not like somebody, challenge him, when he sees that you are wearing a TapOut shirt he will understand that you are a true fighter and he will apologize and is going to leave.
Chokes, training, takedowns, all that stuff is not that neccesary. However it is very neccesary to buy right now very expensive shorts and gloves in order to feel like a true UFC master.
Ok, in all seriousness congrats! Hopefully you continue enjoining the trainings. Best of luck to you!
And BTW I think that knowing few moves, you can already beat some of those wannabe tough guys wearing ridiculous shirts and acting as if they are the real deal because "I have been watching UFC since UFC 1 bro!"
Not only brazilians can do this stuff