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Divisions & Rules

M.M.A.C. Grappling Tournaments Are Open to Kids, Teens, Women, and Men.

Divisions are created based on experience, weight, age, and gender (when possible) of the participant, as well as split into Gi & No-Gi.

*Divisions may be combined when necessary and will be combined so that competitors are paired equitably.

Registration fees are collected for each competing participant, as well as for spectators. Rates are as follows:


Please note that both Gi and No-Gi are included with basic registration.

Pre-registration can be completed on this website and typically remains open until the day before the event.

Registration can also be completed on the day of the event, or during early weigh-in.

Spectator tickets can be purchased through pre-registration on this website, or in person at the event.


How do I pre-register?2020-01-17T20:22:26+00:00

Pre-registration can be quickly and easily completed on this website to secure your spot within your division.

Please bring your printed confirmation (or pull it up on your smart phone) to the event and one of our staff will provide you with the information needed to weigh in.

How long is pre-registration open?2020-01-17T20:06:40+00:00

Pre-registration opens several weeks before the event and closes the day before the event (or the event’s early weigh-in).

Can I register in-person?2020-01-17T20:09:25+00:00

Yes! We do allow in-person registrations.  You can register the day of the event, or at the early weigh-in to save time on tournament day.

However, pre-registering online has an added benefit of receiving a discounted price!

How much does it cost to register?2020-01-17T20:10:52+00:00

Our registration fees as follows:

  • Kids (12 and Under): $79
  • Teens (13-17 Years Old): $79
  • Adult Women: $79
  • Adult Men: $89
  • Additional Division: $10
  • Spectator Pass: $10

Each age group has two divisions—Gi and No-Gi— both are included in your registration fee!

What is a Round Robin Tournament?2020-01-17T20:12:48+00:00

A round robin tournament is a grappling tournament in which each participant in a division faces off with every other person in that division, regardless of win or loss .   It is also known as an “All-Play-All” tournament.  The winner is based on who wins the most matches rather than elimination-style tournaments where once a competitor loses a match, they are no longer afforded another opportunity to compete.

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