AMMO 1 2016 Grappling Championship & No-GI Rumble

| February 4, 2016 | 0 Comments

2016 AMMO Fight League kicks off it’s season…..

New England’s premier Grappling Championship & Super Fight tournament promotion. On Sunday February 28th, 2016 AMMO returns for AMMO 1 Grappling & Super Fight Tournament, Venue:

Nomads Adventure Quest  located at 100 Bidwell Rd South Windsor, Connecticut

Besides holding the regular grappling tournament AMMO will also be holding the “No-GI Rumble” 10 person challenge. Cost to participate in the challenge is $80 Pre registration only!

11138525_10208691877593138_1150433370748419021_n The bracket breakdown for the NOGI Rumble is as follows:
4 brackets total.

– Men lightweight (under 185)
– Men Heavyweight (Over 185)

– Women lightweight (under 135)
– Women Heavyweight (Over 135)

Ammo Fight Leagues facebook site, Click here!

So come as an individual or as a team to compete. Pre-registration closes on midnight February 22nd, 2016.

Registration Information

Competitors have two options when registering, pre-register by the deadline, or register at the event. Please note that everyone needs to be registered and weighed-in by 10am on the day of the tournament.

PRE-REGISTER (ONLINE) for our Regular Grappling tournament.

Click here to register for this event!
Kids/Women’s Divisions:

Pre Registration: $40 (one event) or $60 (Gi & No Gi)

Day of Event: $ 60 (one event) or $80 (Gi & No Gi)

Men’s Divisions:

Pre Registration: $50 (one event) or $70 (Gi & No Gi)

Day of Event: $ 60 (one event) or $80 (Gi & No Gi)

Prepaid spectator fee is $10.00 or adults and $5 for kids(12 under).




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