Big Name Superfights Expected @Grapplers Quest Amsterdam


Since 1999, Grapplers Quest has been the home of the world’s best Submission Grappling and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu – delivering the World’s largest NoGi Submission Grappling and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu tournament circuit (Grapplers Quest is the official grappling tournament of the UFC). UK BJJ brand Grab&Pull and Grapplers Quest have joined forces to bring Grapplers Quest tournaments to Europe. The first European Grapplers Quest tournament will be held in Amsterdam on the 10th and the 11th of August 2013. The Grapplers Quest Amsterdam Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Tournament (GI) and (No Gi) will be held on the 10th of August, 2013. Seminars with all the world class BJJ players will be held on the 11th of August, 2013. To register to the tournement: grapplersquest.eu

The tournament will feature some exciting superfights from world class talent. 

So far we have:

Rafael Lovato Jr vs Lucio Rodrigues Lagarto

Alan Do Nascimento vs Mathias Ribeiro

Victor Estima vs Lucas Leite

Gabriel Rainho vs Andy Roberts

Alexandre Izidro vs Jude Samuel

Ida Hansson VS TBC

Raphael Dos Santos vs Jordy Peute

Luca Anacoreta vs TBC

The winner of Grapplers Quest Amsterdam (Adult Absolute Black Belt Division) will get flights and accommodation to Brazil where they will compete at the first ever Grapplers Quest Brazil in a ‘Super Fight’ against one of the best grapplers on the planet. This exciting match will definitely be one of the highlights of Grapplers Quest Brazil and will be watched by thousands and thousands of people around the world. For your chance to win this incredible prize, enter Grapplers Quest Amsterdam today.

Free live stream and Pay per View superfights: BJJ fans all around the world will be able to watch all the action from the competition completely FREE of charge! This includes white, blue, purple, brown and black belt fights on this historic tournament (both BJJ and NOGI). By doing this Grab&Pull hope that friends, family and team mates who weren’t able to attend the tournament will be able to cheers competitors on from home. The Live Streaming will not include coverage of the Super Fights, which will only be available to subscribers who sign up for the Pay-Per-View, which is available for £14.99 (around 16 euro).