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Eddie Bravo Announces Combat Jiu-Jitsu World Championship 2024

Eddie Bravo has revealed that the inaugural edition of the 2024 Combat Jiu-Jitsu World Championship is set to take place on March 24th. This highly anticipated event will be hosted in Mexico City, marking the first time the championship has ventured into this territory.



Eddie Bravo


The competition, which will focus on the featherweight division, promises to be an electrifying spectacle for fans of the sport. As always, the tournament will be broadcast live on UFC Fight Pass, providing global audiences with front-row access to the intense battles on the mat.


In a surprising move, organizers have announced that entry to the event will be free for spectators, a gesture that is sure to draw a sizable crowd eager to witness the world's top grapplers in action. Among the anticipated participants are combat sports veterans and rising stars, adding to the excitement and anticipation surrounding the championship.


One of the key storylines to watch will be the potential return of 2021 champion Keith Krikorian, who will be under scrutiny as fans await news of his participation in defending his title. Another notable contender is Damien Anderson, a teammate of Olivarez, whose inclusion adds further intrigue to the already competitive field.


Joining the ranks are David Weintraub and Gabriel Austin Daffron, both of whom showcased their skills in the bantamweight division last year. Weintraub reached the quarter-finals, while Daffron made an impressive run to the semi-finals before bowing out to Schneider. Their presence in the upcoming championship sets the stage for potential rematches and thrilling encounters.


Eddie Bravo shared the exciting news of the championship's confirmation via his official Instagram account, signaling the beginning of what promises to be a thrilling chapter in the world of Combat Jiu-Jitsu.


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