Pretty much, yep. Though 30 or so would be a fine start towards the "looking like you lift"-look.
Guys over six feet tall aren't going to look "built" until they're well above 200 pounds. Over 220-ish would be even better. At least, that's if we're talking jacked like a bodybuilder. Someone like Vitor Belfort can weigh-in at 6'0" and 185 and look relatively-built.
In either case, though, there's an essential need for you to add muscular bodyweight.
This is where having two goals gets tricky. It'd be best if you made one goal (either performing well or adding muscle) your number one priority for a few months.
It doesn't mean you won't be able to make some progress at both, but it'll be slow going if you try dividing your attention between the two.
It looks like you're currently competing in kickboxing, based on your avatar. Is there an off-season, or a block of several months where you have no fights scheduled? That'd be an ideal time to attack a muscle-building plan.
And just as a side note, it's entirely possible to get much stronger without adding bodyweight. Just sayin', if weight classes are something you're concerned with.
No prob, man. But... feedback on what? you just joined a good gym, which is definitely a great start. Do you have a particular training program in mind? Is your nutrition lined up?
Take a look around the Combat forum (particularly the "'How To Train' Questions" thread at the top) and see what some of the guys are doing there:
Some nutrition advice to start off with can be found here: