Category Archives: WMMAA

WMMAA Pan-American Division welcomes new member Ecuador

WMMAA Pan-American Division welcomes new member Ecuador For Immediate Release WMMAA Pan-American Division Welcomes new member Ecuador MONTE CARLO, Monaco (March 14, 2017) – The Pan-American Division of the World MMA Championships (WMMAA) has formally announced the recent addition of Ecuador as its newest member. “We continue to grow with every new country take forward the MMA movement as well as recognition of MMA as a sport,” said Tomas Yu, President of the WMMA Pan-American Division. “I have long been an advocate of MMA as a sport.  Watching this great group of pioneers put up a great fight that takes is back to the basics and to what Martial Arts truly represents:  loyalty, honor, and family.” Yu appointed Gorky E. Rodriguez as President of WMMAA Ecuador.  Hector Molina, Director of the Regulatory Committee for the WMMAA Pan-American Division, will work closely with Rodriguez during the...

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King of the Cage Signs Fourteen Women Fighters to Exclusive Contracts

King of the Cage Signs Fourteen Women Fighters to Exclusive Contracts FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE King of the Cage Signs Fourteen Women Fighters to Exclusive Contracts RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA. (March 7, 2017) – King of the Cage has announced the signing of fourteen women’s Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) athletes to exclusive, multi-fight contracts. These athletes are from the Atomweight (105 lbs.) and Strawweight (115 lbs.) divisions and represent the next chapter in the history of Women’s MMA. KOTC will cut each division off at eight total. Since the inception in 1998, KOTC has maintained its goal of not only showcasing current stars of women’s MMA, but also building the stars of the future. Numerous women athletes have made their professional debuts fighting for King of the Cage including Ronda Rousey, Danielle Taylor, Michelle Waterson and Rose Namajunas. “When choosing these competitors, we were not only looking for the...

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Women’s MMA pioneer Megumi Fujii supports ROAD FC XX, South Korea’s first all-female MMA league

Women’s MMA pioneer Megumi Fujii supports ROAD FC XX, South Korea’s first all-female MMA league Women’s MMA pioneer Megumi Fujii supports ROAD FC XX, South Korea’s first all-female MMA league For immediate release:   March 7, 2017 – ROAD Fighting Championship is proud to announce that women’s MMA pioneer Megumi Fujii supports ROAD FC XX, South Korea’s first all-female MMA league. ROAD FC XX takes place this coming Saturday, March 11, in Seoul, South Korea on Xiaomi ROAD FC 037.   “Mega Megu” Megumi Fujii (26-3 retired, AACC) is one of the greatest female MMA fighters on the planet. There was a strong community of women in Japan’s early MMA scene, but Fujii distinguished herself both at home and abroad against Japanese and foreigners alike.   In her first 22 fights, Fujii went undefeated in Shooto, Smackgirl, BodogFight, Jewels, and Bellator. In those fights, she...

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JULIA BUDD WINS INAUGURAL WOMEN’S FEATHERWEIGHT TITLE AT BELLATOR 174 — MARLOES COENEN CALLS IT A CAREER

JULIA BUDD WINS INAUGURAL WOMEN’S FEATHERWEIGHT TITLE AT BELLATOR 174 — MARLOES COENEN CALLS IT A CAREER JULIA BUDD WINS INAUGURAL WOMEN’S FEATHERWEIGHT TITLE AT BELLATOR 174 — MARLOES COENEN CALLS IT A CAREER   Julia Budd (10-2) defeated Marloes Coenen (23-8) via TKO (punches) at 2:42 of round four   Quotes: “I have dreamt about this moment forever. When I was 21 and first started kickboxing, I dreamt about being a champion and I didn’t make it, I lost.” Budd said. “So, this is my dream come true. The moment I signed with Bellator, I saw all the champions up there on the banners and I said to myself that i want to be up there with them some day. Now it feels like everything has come together.” “Theres only one message that I want to give out to all the fighters out there and that’s please listen to your...

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Women’s MMA elite fighter Ham Seo-Hee signs with ROAD FC in her return to South Korea

Women’s MMA elite fighter Ham Seo-Hee signs with ROAD FC in her return to South Korea Women’s MMA elite fighter Ham Seo-Hee signs with ROAD FC in her return to South Korea For immediate release: March 2, 2017 – ROAD Fighting Championship is proud to announce that world-ranked women’s atomweight Ham Seo-Hee will resume her career in South Korea with ROAD FC. Ham bolsters the strong and growing roster of female athletes signed to ROAD FC, and the all-female ROAD FC XX league.   Ham Seo-Hee (17-8, Team MAD) is the pioneer for women’s MMA in South Korea. She made her professional MMA debut exactly 10 years ago in Deep 28 Impact against massive veteran Hisae Watanabe, who had just defeated fellow legend Shinashi Satoko to win the Deep atomweight championship. In a massive upset, Ham won the decision and announced herself as a new...

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Priscila Cachoeira “Pedrita” puts her unbeaten record to the test against Laisa Coimbra

Priscila Cachoeira “Pedrita” puts her unbeaten record to the test against Laisa Coimbra Press Office: PRVT – Paraná Vale Tudo Credit of photos:  Renato Nogueira / MMA4Ever PRISCILLA Pedrita PUTS HER INVINCIBILITY PROOF IN CTF 10   The warrior team of female Army Paraná Vale Tudo (PRVT), Priscila “Pebbles” Waterfall, puts his unbeaten record to the test against the athlete Laisa Coimbra of Gentilini Fighters team. The fight is scheduled for February 24 (Friday) and will take place in Curitiba Top Fight 10. The tournament will be held at the Academy Striker House, located at Av. Marechal Floriano Peixoto in. 2780, in Parolin, Curitiba. The event is scheduled to start at 19hs. Priscila Pedrita follows unconquered and his record is 4 wins and no losses. She is known for providing great battles, demonstrating physical strength, disposition and heart. His last fight was in CUFA Fight...

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WMMAA Celebrated Banner 2016

WMMAA Celebrated Banner 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WMMAA Celebrated Banner 2016   World MMA Championships team champion Russia on left, host team China on right MONTE CARLO, Monaco (January 5, 2017)- In only its fifth year of existence, the World Mixed Martial Arts Association (WMMAA) celebrated a banner year in 2016, as membership expansion approached 50 countries around the world. The WMMAA sanctioned countries in five divisions – Pan-Am, Africa, Asia, Europe and Oceania – include Afghanistan, Argentina, Armenia, Aruba, Australia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Chinese Taipei, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Czech Republic, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Hungary, India, Iran, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Mexico, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, South Korea, Spain, Tajikistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and Venezuela. The highlight of the 2016 WMMAA season was the World MMA Championships, in which powerhouse, Team Russia...

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Russia dominates 2016 World MMA Championship

Russia dominates 2016 World MMA Championship Russia dominates 2016 World MMA Championship Sweeps all 7 weight classes   Team Russia celebrates its victory with (center) Fedor Emelianenko (photo gallery of new champions below)   MONTE CARLO, Monaco (December 1, 2016)- Team Russia parlayed its recent European Championship domination into a repeat performance at this past weekend’s World MMA Championship, by sweeping all seven weight classes in Studio City, Macau, China.   Close to 100 fighters competed, representing 23 countries including Russia, Kazakhstan, Spain, Australia, Belgian, China, Colombia, France, Czech Republic, Hong Kong, Tajikistan, Germany, Hungary, Macao, Nepal, India, South Korea, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Uzbekistan, Chinese Taipei and Italy.   Russian middleweight Gamzat Hiramagomedov and light heavyweight Magomed Ankalayev are repeat world champions.   In team scoring, Asian team champion Kazakhstan won two Silver and four Bronze medals, Ukraine two Silver and two Bronze, Czech Republic one...

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2016 World MMA Championships November 26-27 in Macau

2016 World MMA Championships November 26-27 in Macau FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 2016 World MMA Championships November 26-27 in Macau   MONTE CARLO, Monaco (November 22, 2016)- The best amateur mixed-martial-arts fighters in the world will compete Nov. 26-27 at the World MMA Championships in Studio City, Macau, China. Close to 100 fighters have registered to compete.  The 2016 European (Russia) and Asian (Kazakhstan) team champions head a list that includes Spain, Australia, Belgian, China, Colombia, France, Czech Republic, Hong Kong, Tajikistan, Germany, Hungary, Macao, Nepal, India, South Korea, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Taiwan and Uzbekistan. We’re looking forward to the World MMA Championship in Macau on November 26-27,” WMMAA president Vadim Finkelchtein said. “We expect spectacular, competitive fights.” The WMMAA Congress will also be held to discuss MMA issues relative to children and women, as well as countries being decided to host the 2017 European, Asian and World...

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Move turns ideas into results Mexico vs. Colombia competition Provides platform for athletes

Move turns ideas into results Mexico vs. Colombia competition Provides platform for athletes FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Move turns ideas into results Mexico vs. Colombia competition Provides platform for athletes MONTE CARLO, Monaco (November 1, 2016)- The Mexican MMA Commission (COMEXAMM) and Colombian MMA Federation (FECODEAMM), respectively led by Hector Molina and Jaime Arturo Pena, have partnered to provide a bi-national undercard in lieu of the recent cancellation of the inaugural World MMA Association (WMMAA) Pan-American Division Championships due to problems associated with the hosting Chile Federation. The Mexico vs. Colombia fights will be on the undercard of the November 18thCombato Extremo event, promoted by Ubaldo Marroquin, at Auditorio National, Monterrey, Mexico.  Mexican and Colombian fighters who were supposed to compete in the aforementioned WMMAA Pan-American Division Championships can now have the opportunity to be in action. Molina has been instrumental in WMMAA Pan-American Division development since...

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