Third Weight Class Officially Added for Women’s Divisions on ADCC

ADCC has officially added a 3rd women’s division to the trials and ADCC world championship

In a groundbreaking move, the world of grappling and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu has witnessed a significant addition to its landscape. The prestigious Abu Dhabi Combat Club (ADCC) has officially announced the introduction of a Third Weight Class for women’s divisions.

This decision comes as a direct response to the growing progress and popularity of women’s grappling on a global scale. The art of grappling demands exceptional strength, technique, and strategic prowess. More and more women have been embracing this sport, achieving remarkable feats and gaining recognition.

The fighter in the picture Ffion Davies is attempting to maintain back control and transition to a Rear-Naked Choke (RNC) submission.

The inclusion of a third weight class ensures that women may compete on an equal footing with opponents of similar body shapes. This is a significant development since physical qualities differ significantly across different weight categories. That can significantly affect match dynamics and competitive balance.

The fighter successfully transitions to an Arm Lock from the Triangle position.

The introduction of the Third Weight Class also provides an opportunity for further development of women’s grappling. It helps create inspiration for new generations of women who aspire to be involved in this sport. Moreover, it demonstrates that more organizations, such as ADCC, are dedicated to the growth of women’s grappling and support its equality.

This historic choice should be hailed as another important step toward the inclusion of women’s grappling. Additionaly, itdemonstrates the emphasis put on their involvement in this activity. It is hoped that this action will spur more efforts to advance women’s grappling in the future, assuring fairness and equitable opportunity for all participants at all levels of competition.

As the world of grappling evolves, it is important to embrace diversity, inclusivity, and equal representation. The establishment of the Third Weight Class by Abu Dhabi Combat Club (ADCC) is a significant turning point and a move in the right direction for women’s grappling, paving the way a more dynamic and equal future in this sport.


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