666 rich those are good goals
for the OP-
there is a great video- of Wendler at a strength coach symposium
its here somewhere, I want to say Dre.Cappa posted it,maybe Im mistaken.
where he answers a question about how people training for sports like wrestling etc
can make progress
he dismisses that they cant make progress,
basically he explains how for 99% Strength work is GPP
and how limiting assistance work is the key for athletes like us
for recovery and good progress who have a shit ton of other work
( sparring , practice conditioning etc)
I would use a two day lay out and only do minimal assistance.
5x10 is overkill and would leave me crippled for other work
but for someone trying to get bigger heavier its great.
I like the triumvirate- layout
one compound lift- be it bench OH press, Dead or squat
and 2 and only 2 other movements for assistance.
find the two that will give you, the best results.
for me the accessory work has usually been
upper- pullup and dip loaded or not.
lower unilateral work like reverse lunges, or bulgarian split squats
and ab lower back work rollouts & hanging leg raises or back raises
or just kroc rows.
but that is what I like and benefit the most from.
as for specifity for mma-
really shit you do in the weight room is GPP
General Physical Preparedness
Specialized Physical Preparedness
shit you do on the mat/ring/cage + conditioning
neck and grip work could be something specific to help
most new people with grappling
keep the weight room work as simple as possible you'll be fine.