Being a fan of MMA myself, here’s my 2 cents,
First, focus on Maximal strength and explosive strength. So big compound lifts in the 80-90% will help. Also, a good idea would be to find a good Oly. coach and learn the basics like hang clean/snatch and power clean/snatch, they will help to build explosiveness because you’ll have to explode if you want to propel the weight above you head! They are a lot of fun to learn and do and train a lot of muscle at the same time.
Second, how’s your Thai boxing abilities? If your beginning, cut back to 3 weight training session/week and do 2-3 TBoxing sessions/ week. The more often you’ll train, the faster you’ll learn (as long as you don’t do it too much!). IMO, the TBoxing will take care of cardio so I don’t see the need to do more as it’s more likely to interferee with your recovery from the strength workouts and TBoxing seesions.
Third, tboxing is notoriously hard on the body so use restorative methods like ice on your shins and shoulders after every session to reduce inflammation and bruises. Light cardio during off days or GPP will help.
And for c***t sake, give yourself some time to learn the basics and enjoy the process. A lot of combat sports fans are total losers who are there to prove themselves so beware and stay focused, don’t become the practice doll for someone else with an anger management problem!
Last thing watch your diet, I won’t touch this subject because you asked for training advice but it’s an important part of the whole picture.
Have fun, learn, recover and in doubt, do less! Combat sports have a tradition of serious overtraining so stay aware of that issue!
My 2 cents!