CURRENT CHAMPIONS

 LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPION

      FRANK ROSENTHAL          (GRACIE NORTHVALE)   


WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPION

VACANT


MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPION

VACANT


HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION

    VACANT

 

    WOMENS     CHAMPION

VACANT


2014 &2015 OPENWEIGHT GRAN PRIX CHAMPION

RUSTAM CHSIEV (K DOJO)


2016 OPENWEIGHT GRAN PRIX CHAMPION

MAX BOHANAN (RABJJ)


2014 OPENWEIGHT BLACK BELT GI CHAMPION

            BRIAN BEAURY                (BRIAN BEAURY JIU JITSU)


2014 TEAM CHAMPIONS

RICARDO ALMEIDA BJJ

CHRIS MATAKAS

MAX BOHANAN

ROB COOK




 

 RULES

PRO NOGI

-Each Match Will Consist of (3) 3 Minute Rounds With 1 Minute Rest Periods Between Rounds

-Rounds are scored with a 10-point must system, based on the fighter’s ability to execute the following:

Takedowns, Submission Attempts, Sweeps, Control of Opponent, Aggression, & Defense.

-Match can be won four ways:

By Submission          By Decision          By Referee Stoppage          By Disqualification.

In the event of tie the winner is determined by the Referee.

World Championship Grappling:Pro Rules allow for techniques from all forms of grappling arts and therefore the rules allow for the fighter to be able to use his or her techniques without limitations.

  • All submissions are legal including neck cranks, all leg locks including inside heel hooks, outside heel hooks, and knee slicers are permitted. Bicep slicers and wrist locks are also permitted
  • All takedowns are legal including scissor and slamming takedowns.
  • No slamming from the Guard to escape submission, however slamming is allowed if opponent jumps guard and is not attacking,. In determining whether or not Controlled slam is legal, Referees will consider whether the slam was to avoid an attack or intention was to intentional hurt the opponents head and/or neck, i.e. spiking.
  • Submissions and Takedowns must be executed in order to obtain a finish, and not with the intention to cause permanent injury to opponent.
  • No strikes of any kind are allowed to any part of the body or head, by any part of the body or head including shouldering.
  • No clutching of the windpipe is permitted
  • Open hand posting is permitted
  • Smothering is permitted
  • No pressure of any type is allowed to the eyes. Explicitly, no fingers, chin, palm heel, etc are allowed to press on or around the eyes.
  • No pressure of any type is allowed to the groin, unless it is an inevitable and unintended result of a legitimate technique.
  • No pressure may be applied directly onto the nose unless it is an inadvertent consequence of a legitimate technique.
  • No fish hooking
  • No biting
  • No unsportsmanlike conduct
  • No spiking an opponent on his/her head.
  • No Small Joint Manipulation is permitted. No pulling a thumb or less than three fingers is permitted.
  • No pulling hair.
  • No pinching, twisting of skin.
  • No putting a finger or toe into any orifice.
  • No Interference by a corner with any official or fighter.
  • No attacking an opponent in any of these circumstances: 1.Before the fight has started. 2. After the fight has ended. 3. During a rest period between rounds 4. When an opponent is being looked at by the Medic or any other official.
  • No spitting while on the competition area is permitted.
  • No swearing is allowed by a fighter, also Coaches and Corners are held to these professional standards as well. Remember our events are recorded by professional production teams.
  • No throwing an opponent out or off the competition area, including charging the opponent through the ropes..
  • No unsportsmanlike conduct.
  • All competitors must pass weigh-ins and medicals before receiving clearance to fight. If any Officials, Doctors, or Staff feels this criteria has not been met, they will not allow the fighter to compete.
  • At a minimum mouthpiece should be worn
  • Wrestling/Martial Arts shoes are allowed in No Gi competition.
  • Ear guards (ear protectors) are not allowed in No Gi competition.
  • Excessive taping of hands, wrists and feet is not allowed.
  • Knee braces cannot have a solid portion that could result in injury.
  • No stalling is permitted.
  • No going out of bounds to avoid a submission, takedown, or technique. Purposefully exiting and/or using the ring to avoid a submission. This will result in Penalty or Disqualification.
  • If applicable no grabbing the ropes, fence, or using the competition platform to defend against opponents techniques, or to attack your opponent.
  • Blood rule. Because there is no blood testing for grappling, a competitor who cannot control the bleeding will not be allowed to continue. In the event of bleeding, the Referee will stop the clock and allow the competitor a reasonable amount of time to stop the bleeding. If the competitor continues to bleed, that competitor will be disqualified. Bleeding is defined as an amount of blood that shows when a white cloth is pressed on the area.
  • No competitor can compete with a communicable skin disease, including ringworm, impetigo, herpes, etc.
  • Hair Rule: Women and Men with long hair are required to have her/his hair tied in such a fashion as to not interfere with the match. Due to the potential for injury to the eyes, and otherwise interfering with the normal play of a match, spiked hair, particularly spiked Mohawks, of a length and consistency sufficient to cause irritation to the eyes are prohibited.
  • NO GREASING

PRO GI

-Each Match Will Consist of (3) 3 Minute Rounds With 1 Minute Rest Periods Between Rounds

-Rounds are scored with a 10-point must system, based on the fighter’s ability to execute the following:

Takedowns, Submission Attempts, Sweeps, Control of Opponent, Aggression, & Defense.

-Match can be won four ways:

By Submission          By Decision          By Referee Stoppage          By Disqualification.

In the event of tie the winner is determined by the Referee.

World Championship Grappling:Pro Rules allow for techniques from all forms of grappling arts and therefore the rules allow for the fighter to be able to use his or her techniques without limitations.

  • All submissions are legal including neck cranks, all leg locks including knee bars, inside heel hooks*, outside heel hooks*, and knee* slicers, Bicep slicers* and wrist locks are also permitted (*BLACK/BROWN-Yes, PURPLE-Both fighters must agree, BLUE-No)
  • All takedowns are legal including scissor and slamming takedowns.
  • No slamming from the Guard to escape submission, however slamming is allowed if opponent jumps guard and is not attacking,. In determining whether or not Controlled slam is legal, Referees will consider whether the slam was to avoid an attack or intention was to intentional hurt the opponents head and/or neck, i.e. spiking.
  • Submissions and Takedowns must be executed in order to obtain a finish, and not with the intention to cause permanent injury to opponent.
  • No grabbing inside sleeves or pants of opponent
  • No strikes of any kind are allowed to any part of the body or head, by any part of the body or head including shouldering.
  • No clutching of the windpipe is permitted
  • Open hand posting is permitted
  • Smothering is permitted
  • No pressure of any type is allowed to the eyes. Explicitly, no fingers, chin, palm heel, etc are allowed to press on or around the eyes.
  • No pressure of any type is allowed to the groin, unless it is an inevitable and unintended result of a legitimate technique.
  • No pressure may be applied directly onto the nose unless it is an inadvertent consequence of a legitimate technique.
  • No fish hooking
  • No biting
  • No unsportsmanlike conduct
  • No spiking an opponent on his/her head.
  • No Small Joint Manipulation is permitted. No pulling a thumb or less than three fingers is permitted.
  • No pulling hair.
  • No pinching, twisting of skin.
  • No putting a finger or toe into any orifice.
  • No Interference by a corner with any official or fighter.
  • No attacking an opponent in any of these circumstances: 1.Before the fight has started. 2. After the fight has ended. 3. During a rest period between rounds 4. When an opponent is being looked at by the Medic or any other official.
  • No spitting while on the competition area is permitted.
  • No swearing is allowed by a fighter, also Coaches and Corners are held to these professional standards as well. Remember our events are recorded by professional production teams.
  • No throwing an opponent out or off the competition area, including charging the opponent through the ropes..
  • No unsportsmanlike conduct.
  • All competitors must pass weigh-ins and medicals before receiving clearance to fight. If any Officials, Doctors, or Staff feels this criteria has not been met, they will not allow the fighter to compete.
  • At a minimum mouthpiece should be worn
  • No Wrestling/Martial Arts shoes are allowed in Gi competition.
  • Ear guards (ear protectors) are not allowed in Gi competition.
  • Excessive taping of hands, wrists and feet is not allowed.
  • Knee braces cannot have a solid portion that could result in injury.
  • No stalling is permitted.
  • No going out of bounds to avoid a submission, takedown, or technique. Purposefully exiting and/or using the ring to avoid a submission. This will result in Penalty or Disqualification.
  • If applicable no grabbing the ropes, fence, or using the competition platform to defend against opponents techniques, or to attack your opponent.
  • Blood rule. Because there is no blood testing for grappling, a competitor who cannot control the bleeding will not be allowed to continue. In the event of bleeding, the Referee will stop the clock and allow the competitor a reasonable amount of time to stop the bleeding. If the competitor continues to bleed, that competitor will be disqualified. Bleeding is defined as an amount of blood that shows when a white cloth is pressed on the area.
  • No competitor can compete with a communicable skin disease, including ringworm, impetigo, herpes, etc.
  • Hair Rule: Women and Men with long hair are required to have her/his hair tied in such a fashion as to not interfere with the match. Due to the potential for injury to the eyes, and otherwise interfering with the normal play of a match, spiked hair, particularly spiked Mohawks, of a length and consistency sufficient to cause irritation to the eyes are prohibited.
  • NO GREASING

SUBMISSION ONLY 

TOURNAMENTS & SUPERFIGHTS

-Each Match Will Consist of (2) Rounds With 1 Minute Rest Periods Between Rounds

NOGI - 4 Minute Rounds

GI- White 3 Minute Rounds

Blue 4 Minute Rounds

Purple/Brown/Black 5 Minute Rounds

WEIGHT CLASSES

Men''s Gi & No Gi                                             Women's Gi & No Gi

up to 150 pnds                                                       up to 120 pnds

151-165                                                                  121-145

166-180                                                                      145+

180-200                                                                             

200+                                                                           

*We reserve the right to adjust weights and skill sets in order to accommodate competitors and brackets.* 

-Matches are won by submission only (there are no points awarded for techniques and/or positions), however in the event of no submission the referees will award the match to the competitor with the most successful submission attempts. In the event of a tie a Referees decision will be based on the fighter’s ability to execute the following:

Takedowns, Submission Attempts, Sweeps, Control of Opponent, Aggression, & Defense.

No GI

All submissions are legal, all leg locks including ankle locks, knee bars, and knee slicers, Bicep slicers, wrist locks and compression locks. EXCEPT neck cranks, heel hooks & toe holds (Unless Both Competitors Agree)

GI

All submissions are legal, all leg locks including ankle locks, knee bars, and knee slicers, Bicep slicers, wrist locks, and compression locks unless specified below. Except Neck Cranks.

White Belt

No Ankle Locks

No Knee Bars

No Heel Hooks/Toe Holds

No Compression Locks

Blue Belt

No Knee Bars

No Heel Hooks/Toe Holds

No Compression Locks

Purple Belt

No Heel Hooks/Toe Holds

Brown/Black Belt

No Heel Hooks/Toe Holds, Unless Both Competitors Agree

All takedowns are legal including slamming takedowns, except scissor takedowns.

  • No slamming from the Guard to escape submission, however slamming is allowed if opponent jumps guard and is not attacking,. In determining whether or not Controlled slam is legal, Referees will consider whether the slam was to avoid an attack or intention was to intentional hurt the opponents head and/or neck, i.e. spiking.
  • Submissions and Takedowns must be executed in order to obtain a finish, and not with the intention to cause permanent injury to opponent.
  • No strikes of any kind are allowed to any part of the body or head, by any part of the body or head including shouldering.
  • No clutching of the windpipe is permitted
  • Open hand posting is permitted
  • No Smothering is permitted
  • No pressure of any type is allowed to the eyes. Explicitly, no fingers, chin, palm heel, etc are allowed to press on or around the eyes.
  • No pressure of any type is allowed to the groin, unless it is an inevitable and unintended result of a legitimate technique.
  • No pressure may be applied directly onto the nose unless it is an inadvertent consequence of a legitimate technique.
  • No fish hooking
  • No biting
  • No unsportsmanlike conduct
  • No spiking an opponent on his/her head.
  • No Small Joint Manipulation is permitted. No pulling a thumb or less than three fingers is permitted.
  • No pulling hair.
  • No pinching, twisting of skin.
  • No putting a finger or toe into any orifice.
  • No Interference by a corner with any official or fighter.
  • No attacking an opponent in any of these circumstances: 1.Before the fight has started. 2. After the fight has ended. 3. During a rest period between rounds 4. When an opponent is being looked at by the Medic or any other official.
  • No spitting while on the competition area is permitted.
  • No swearing is allowed by a fighter, also Coaches and Corners are held to these professional standards as well. Remember our events are recorded by professional production teams.
  • No throwing an opponent out or off the competition area, including charging the opponent through the ropes..
  • No unsportsmanlike conduct.
  • All competitors must pass weigh-ins and medicals before receiving clearance to fight. If any Officials, Doctors, or Staff feels this criteria has not been met, they will not allow the fighter to compete.
  • At a minimum mouthpiece should be worn
  • Wrestling/Martial Arts shoes are allowed in No Gi competition.
  • Ear guards (ear protectors) are not allowed in Gi or No Gi competition.
  • Excessive taping of hands, wrists and feet is not allowed.
  • Knee braces cannot have a solid portion that could result in injury.
  • No stalling is permitted.
  • No going out of bounds to avoid a submission, takedown, or technique.  This may result in Disqualification. If the referee determines going out of bound was to avoid being submitted it will be considered a submission win.
  • If applicable no grabbing the ropes, fence, or using the competition platform to defend against opponents techniques, or to attack your opponent.
  • Blood rule. Because there is no blood testing for grappling, a competitor who cannot control the bleeding will not be allowed to continue. In the event of bleeding, the Referee will stop the clock and allow the competitor a reasonable amount of time to stop the bleeding. If the competitor continues to bleed, that competitor will be disqualified. Bleeding is defined as an amount of blood that shows when a white cloth is pressed on the area.
  • No competitor can compete with a communicable skin disease, including ringworm, impetigo, herpes, etc.
  • Hair Rule: Women and Men with long hair are required to have her/his hair tied in such a fashion as to not interfere with the match. Due to the potential for injury to the eyes, and otherwise interfering with the normal play of a match, spiked hair, particularly spiked Mohawks, of a length and consistency sufficient to cause irritation to the eyes are prohibited.
  • NO GREASING

KIDS NOGI

-Each Match Will Consist of (3) 2 Minute Rounds With 1 Minute Rest Periods Between Rounds

-Rounds are scored with a 10-point must system, based on the fighter’s ability to execute the following:

Takedowns, Submission Attempts, Sweeps, Control of Opponent, Aggression, & Defense.

-Match can be won four ways:

By Submission          By Decision          By Referee Stoppage          By Disqualification.

In the event of tie the winner is determined by the Referee.

World Championship Grappling Pro Rules allow for techniques from all forms of grappling arts and therefore the rules allow for the fighter to be able to use his or her techniques without limitations.

  • All submissions are legal EXCEPT neck cranks, all leg locks including ankle locks, knee bars, heel hooks, and knee slicers, Bicep slicers, wrist locks and compression locks.
  • All takedowns are legal including scissor and slamming takedowns.
  • No slamming from the Guard to escape submission, however slamming is allowed if opponent jumps guard and is not attacking,. In determining whether or not Controlled slam is legal, Referees will consider whether the slam was to avoid an attack or intention was to intentional hurt the opponents head and/or neck, i.e. spiking.
  • Submissions and Takedowns must be executed in order to obtain a finish, and not with the intention to cause permanent injury to opponent.
  • No strikes of any kind are allowed to any part of the body or head, by any part of the body or head including shouldering.
  • No clutching of the windpipe is permitted
  • Open hand posting is permitted
  • No Smothering is permitted
  • No pressure of any type is allowed to the eyes. Explicitly, no fingers, chin, palm heel, etc are allowed to press on or around the eyes.
  • No pressure of any type is allowed to the groin, unless it is an inevitable and unintended result of a legitimate technique.
  • No pressure may be applied directly onto the nose unless it is an inadvertent consequence of a legitimate technique.
  • No fish hooking
  • No biting
  • No unsportsmanlike conduct
  • No spiking an opponent on his/her head.
  • No Small Joint Manipulation is permitted. No pulling a thumb or less than three fingers is permitted.
  • No pulling hair.
  • No pinching, twisting of skin.
  • No putting a finger or toe into any orifice.
  • No Interference by a corner with any official or fighter.
  • No attacking an opponent in any of these circumstances: 1.Before the fight has started. 2. After the fight has ended. 3. During a rest period between rounds 4. When an opponent is being looked at by the Medic or any other official.
  • No spitting while on the competition area is permitted.
  • No swearing is allowed by a fighter, also Coaches and Corners are held to these professional standards as well. Remember our events are recorded by professional production teams.
  • No throwing an opponent out or off the competition area, including charging the opponent through the ropes..
  • No unsportsmanlike conduct.
  • All competitors must pass weigh-ins and medicals before receiving clearance to fight. If any Officials, Doctors, or Staff feels this criteria has not been met, they will not allow the fighter to compete.
  • At a minimum mouthpiece should be worn
  • Wrestling/Martial Arts shoes are allowed in No Gi competition.
  • Ear guards (ear protectors) are not allowed in No Gi competition.
  • Excessive taping of hands, wrists and feet is not allowed.
  • Knee braces cannot have a solid portion that could result in injury.
  • No stalling is permitted.
  • No going out of bounds to avoid a submission, takedown, or technique. Purposefully exiting and/or using the ring to avoid a submission. This will result in Penalty or Disqualification.
  • If applicable no grabbing the ropes, fence, or using the competition platform to defend against opponents techniques, or to attack your opponent.
  • Blood rule. Because there is no blood testing for grappling, a competitor who cannot control the bleeding will not be allowed to continue. In the event of bleeding, the Referee will stop the clock and allow the competitor a reasonable amount of time to stop the bleeding. If the competitor continues to bleed, that competitor will be disqualified. Bleeding is defined as an amount of blood that shows when a white cloth is pressed on the area.
  • No competitor can compete with a communicable skin disease, including ringworm, impetigo, herpes, etc.
  • Hair Rule: Women and Men with long hair are required to have her/his hair tied in such a fashion as to not interfere with the match. Due to the potential for injury to the eyes, and otherwise interfering with the normal play of a match, spiked hair, particularly spiked Mohawks, of a length and consistency sufficient to cause irritation to the eyes are prohibited.
  • NO GREASING
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