The Federation of Jiu-Jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts revealed its championships agenda for the new season 2023, which includes the organization of 24 local and international championships, including 18 local and international Jiu-Jitsu championships, including the first edition of the World Club Championship, the 15th edition of the Abu Dhabi World Professional Championship, and five local championships for mixed martial arts. And the World Junior Mixed Martial Arts Championship, an increase of 40% compared to the number of championships last season.
A press release stated: “The agenda of the new season includes four editions of the Jiu-Jitsu Challenge Festival, to be held in January, May, September and October, in a step that confirms the role of such tournaments in discovering talent at an early age and expanding the base of practitioners.”
The President’s Cup will start in April, the Vice-President’s Cup in June, and the Mother of the Emirates Cup in September. These are the major local tournaments in which participation is limited to local clubs and academies, which laid the foundations for the brilliance of the sons and daughters of the Emirates in the global arenas.
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