четверг, 13 июля 2017 г.

Berkut – ACBJJ Lightweight Grand-Prix


The ever growing combat sports promotion Absolute Championship Berkut Jiu Jitsu (ACBJJ), often referenced as Fight Club Berkut or Berkut Grand Prix, is returning with its jiu jitsu league in what promises to be one of the biggest light weight tournaments of the year.
Held in Moscow – Russia, the event will jump-start the 60 kilogram (132 lbs) and 65-kilogram (143 lbs) divisions of the league. The 60-kilogram division offers plenty of potential dream match-ups by being slightly above the rooster weight limit, this way leaving the possibility of clashes between the most competent ‘galo’ competitors and the smaller men in the light-featherweight category.
This likelihood of dream match-ups also translates to the under 65 category, with plenty of possible matches between light feather, feather and even light-weights.
This new ACBJJ / Berkut Grand Prix will not be your average sport jiu jitsu event, having in their rule-set quite a few distinct changes when comparing to your traditional IBJJF setting. The biggest changes are:
THE BEKUT GP RULES:
– No advantage points given
– Matches will be decided in 3 rounds of 5 minutes (1 minute rest between rds)
– Final match will be decided in 5 rounds of 5 minutes (1 minute rest between rds)
– Round winner will be decided under a 10-9 system similar to mixed martial arts (MMA) bouts.
Absolute Championship Berkut (ACB) is Russian mixed martial arts, kickboxing and brazilian jiu-jitsu organization and one of the leading promotions in Europe. ACB has also held events in United States, Poland, Romania, Scotland, Georgia, Netherlands, Belgium, Tajikistan, Austria, France, Belarus, England and they have planned events in South Korea, China, and Kazakhstan.
Defending Champions ACB:
Category
Weight limit
Champion
Date of Title
Heavyweight
120 kg
 Denis Goltsov
18 December 2016 (ACB 50-Stormbringer)
Light heavyweight
93 kg
 Thiago Silva
13 January 2017 (АСВ 51)
Middleweight
84 kg
Vacant

Welterweight
77 kg
 Brett Cooper
18 December 2016 (ACB 50-Stormbringer)
Lightweight
70 kg
 Abdul-Aziz Abdulvakhabov
22 June 2014 (ACB Grand Prix Berkut 9)
Featherweight
66 kg
 Marat Balayev
18 December 2016 (ACB 50-Stormbringer)
Bantamweight
61 kg
 Petr Yan
15 April 2017 (ACB 57)
Flyweight
57 кг
 Askar Askarov
22 October 2016 (ACB 48-Revenge)

  http://jiu-jitsu.news/berkut-acbjj-lightweight-grand-prix/


Комментариев нет:

Отправить комментарий