On 15th and 16th of October, in the sport hall of Tamasi, Hungary was held the 2nd Combat Wrestling World Championship.
Thanks to CW Hungary representative, Gabor Szots, the organization of the event was perfect and the entire championship went smooth, allowing the spectators to enjoy the matches to the fullest. YouTube stream was also allowing Combat Wrestling around the world, to support their teams in real time.
For the very first time of the history of the sport, were held Youth, Female and Veteran world championship bouts on the 15th of October and on 16th, Sunday, the Adults stormed the mat for some high quality action.
2nd Combat Wrestling Worlds are going to be held next month in Hungary.
So far we have received registrations sheets from quite a few large teams, with youth, veteran and female competitors.
Here is the complete schedule in PDF for the whole event:
The 2nd Combat Wrestling World Championship is now open for registration!
Every athlete or a team from countries, not affiliated with FICW, can now fill in the form and forward it to email@example.com for individual participation.
Deadline for registration is 15th of September 2016.
Click here to download the form:
REGISTRATION FORM FOR COMBAT WRESTLING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2016
Last weekend, on 14th of August in Silk Dome, Honjo city, Saitama prefecture, JAPAN, was held the 1st Asian Combat Wrestling Championship.
FICW representative for Asia and head of Combat Wrestling Japan, Mr. Masa Yoshizawa, was the man behind the perfect organization of the tournament and the support of the city and prefecture government and entrepreneurs.
The event was honored by the mayor of Honjo City, Mr. Shinge Yoshida, Prefectural Assembly deputies Mr. Shinya Kobayashi, Mr. Toshiyaki Iizuka, City Council member Takashi Tomoe, Combat Wrestling founder Noriaki Kiguchi, FICW founder and president Ivaylo Ivanov, who all greeted the competitors and the public, addressing speeches.
Competitors from 6 countries participated in the Combat Wrestling Championship of Asia:
Japan, Korea, Uzbekistan, Mongolia, Brazil, USA
The event was presided by referee officials from Japan, Bulgaria and Iran.
Total of 62 competitors grappled for the medals.
1st Academia AZ, JAPAN
2nd Cool Champ, JAPAN
3rd Nexusense, JAPAN
4th Joshua Gym, KOREA