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Global Mixed Martial Arts Federation
World Mixed Martial Arts Organization™ – GMMAF™ the intention to promote the Martial Arts talent and encourage the different Nation’s talent worldwide.
World Mixed Martial Arts Organization™ – GMMAF is the World governing body for the sport of MMA * Grand Master Mohammadullah Omar Imandost* is Title Owner Founder/President of *World Mixed Martial Arts Organization™ – GMMAF*
The different styles of Martial Arts like Boxing, Wrestling, karate, Brazilian jiu-jitsu Taekwondo Maui Thai, Kickboxing, and other styles. These different styles create an entirely separate style of fighting known as Mixed Martial Arts.
It was originally in the Olympics “In the ancient Olympic games, There was a sport called Pankration, The word pankration means “all strengths”, Referring to the mix of fighting disciplines needed to compete in the sport. Original Olympic sports should be included in Olympics.
With the goal of achieving sport recognition from the Olympic, World Mixed Martial Arts Organization™ and Global Mixed Martial Arts Federation GMMAF become partners to work together for the similar goal of the Federation.
As strength is in unity.
With the common goal of achieving sport recognition from the Olympic movement, WMMAO and GMMAF merged in 2014 to create a super-federation.
The purpose of World Mixed Martial Arts Organization – GMMAF:
Strive for excellence is our way of life & the spirit of martial arts to protect further the regulation of development & recognition of Amateur and Professional athletes on all levels, enabling international competition through the organization of nonprofit, democratic International Federations. and World Mixed Martial Arts Organization™ – Global Mixed Martial Arts Federation is to further the development, recognition and regulation of the sport of martial arts and MMA, enabling international amateur competition through the organization of national martial arts and MMA federations worldwide.
MMA development World Mixed Martial Arts Organization™ is focused on developing martial arts and MMA as an international sport, from the recreational level to the elite, driving the development of common sets of rules, safety regulations, structure, progression pathways and mutual exchange. MMA is no different from other sports: For its positive growth, there is a need to support the grass roots movement of recreational athletics, alongside the creation of opportunities for a world class, amateur sports movement.
Enabling Global Competition:
WMMAO™ GMMAF organizes for amateur and professional athletes. national and Global tournaments all over the world, through its flagship World and Continental Championships for seniors, juniors and Youths from the ages of 12- years upwards.
We bring together all our member Nations together to provide a good platform to show their fighting skills.
Getting Olympic recognition is the ultimate goal of WMMAO – GMMAF to be recognized as a sport and ultimately become an Olympic sport. Our vision is to develop and grow Mixed Martial Arts worldwide.
MMA deserves a chance in the Olympics more than other sports as it’s a combination of Olympic sports such as Judo, Boxing, kickboxing, Taekwondo and have a global fan base. More, it’s a true test of physical discipline and ability. MMA is the fastest growing sport in the world. MMA concludes all the martial arts.
The highest hurdle for federations seeking to join GAISF is recognition at the local level from the National Olympic Committee or the country’s chief sports authority. The threshold for observing status is statutory less stringent. Applicants for the GAISF observer must have good governance examples.
The World Mixed Martial Arts Organization™ – GMMAF process is underway:
However, the sport of mixed martial arts has seen remarkable resurgence, while the Olympics is seeking to modernize. Fit seems to be natural.
MMA was originally in the Olympic Games “In the ancient Olympic games, there was a sport called pankration. The word pankration means” all strengths, “referring to the mix of fighting disciplines needed to compete in the sport. All original Olympics should be included in Olympics.
Aims and Objectives:
There is no replacement for hard work.
Through hard work, dedication, and perseverance, we are trying to achieve our goals.
WMMAO is formed with the aim of expanding MMA sport worldwide and to provide an official network of information sharing and mutual support from various martial arts worldwide.
MMA -Mixed Martial Arts Growth Plans:
Provide a set of rules and regulations for sports in the world
Provide experienced/certified judges to maintain a fair system of judgment in MMA.
World Mixed Martial Arts Organization™ has been working for several years for the growth and expansion of MMA sports and provide fast and steady growth of MMA around the world.
World Mixed Martial Arts Organization™ Committees:
World Mixed Martial Arts Organization™ Committee consist of Experienced Martial Arts professionals from different backgrounds of Martial arts from different Nations.
International WMMAO World Committee consist of highly experienced professionals in the field of Martial Arts from different Nations.
World Mixed Martial Arts Organization™ National Committee consist of different Nations and backgrounds. And holds the posts according to their skills and experience.
World Mixed Martial Arts Organization™ State Committee is appointed according to the number of states in a Country.
Separate committee is appointed in all different states.
Members – A person voluntarily can become a member of World Mixed Martial Arts Organization™ (WMMAO) from any Nation. Membership is open for all.
World Mixed Martial Arts Organization™ (WMMAO) have representatives in India, Russia, Turkey, USA United States of America,Australia,Thailand,Germany,Argentina,Brazil,Canada,Africa,Mexico,Republica Dominican ,Philippines ,Ivory Coast ,Pakistan, Nigeria, Azerbaijan, Saudi Arabia ,Iran, Morocco Italy, Algeria, Egypt, Cameroon, Bangladesh etc. And continuing to grow worldwide. It’s the fastest growing MMA federation.
Founder & President of World Mixed Martial Arts Organization™ – GMMAF
Grand Master Mohammadullah Omar Imandost Is the Founder/President of World Mixed Martial Arts Organization™ – Global Mixed Martial Arts Federation he is genuinely passionate about martial arts. His love and passion for martial arts has shown greatly in his achievements. He is founder/President of WMMAF Worldwide Mixed Martial Arts Federation and Founder/President of UFC Universe Fighting Championship.
He is always determined and energetic. He is constantly challenging and encouraging himself and others. He have a good knowledge of all the different styles of martial arts like Boxing, kickboxing, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, Wrestling, Muaythai, Taekwondo and MMA. He is a professional MMA fighter and holds several Championship title belts.
Martial arts and fitness training expert Mohammadullah Omar Imandost has more than 20 years’ experience practicing, and competing in the fighting arts.
He has been featured on the cover of many magazines and
Interviewed on many news channels.
Further, his professional manner and advanced knowledge base has advantageously enabled him to achieve stunning results as a trainer. He is also MMA submission Defense Founder and inventor of the best new Techniques in the world.
Now he aims to revolutionize the martial arts industry through the passion he has for all the fighting disciplines, combined with his MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) through expert instruction from some of the world’s greatest exponents, teaches its students how to integrate the various arts to become a physically and mentally superior athlete.
GMMAF – WMMAF Global Mixed Martial Arts Federation
The standard rules of fighting defense form category to category .Professional fighters and armature fighters have different set of rules.
All the competitors fight in approved shorts with the necessary safety equipment’s.
Fighters are checked by the official before being allowed to enter in the cage/ring.
*Matches may end via: **
•Technical Knockout (TKO).
Biting, Eye-gouging, Fish-hooking ,Groin attacks, Small joint, manipulation, Hair pulling, Putting a finger into any orifice or into any cut or laceration on an opponent (see Fish-hooking),Throat strikes of any kind, including, without limitation, grabbing the trachea Clawing, pinching or twisting the flesh Intentionally attempting to break an opponent’s bone Spiking an opponent to the canvas on the head or neck (see Piled river)Throwing an opponent out of the ring or fenced area Holding the shorts or gloves of an opponent, Spitting at an opponent Engaging in unsportsmanlike conduct that causes an injury to an opponent Holding the ropes or the fence, Using abusive language in the ring or fenced area Attacking an opponent on or during the break Attacking an opponent who is under the care of the referee, Attacking an opponent after the bell (horn) has sounded the end of a round Flagrantly disregarding the instructions of the referee Timidity, including, without limitation, avoiding contact with an opponent, intentionally or consistently dropping the mouthpiece or faking an injury Interference by the corner Using any foreign substance that could give an unfair advantage Head-butting Striking to the spine or the back of the head (see Rabbit punch)Striking downward using the point of the elbow (see 12-6 elbow)Fouls against a grounded opponent Edit Kicking the head of a grounded opponent Kneeing the head of a grounded opponent (see soccer kick)Stomping a grounded opponent
When a foul is charged, the referee in their discretion may deduct one or more points as a penalty. If a foul incapacitates a fighter, then the match may end in a disqualification if the foul was intentional, or a no contest if unintentional. If a foul causes a fighter to be unable to continue later in the bout, it ends with a technical decision win to the injured fighter if the injured fighter is ahead on points, otherwise it is a technical draw.
Straw weight – min none and max 115 lb. (52.2kg)
Flyweight – min 115 lb. and max 125 lb. (56.7kg)
Bantamweight – min 125 lb. and max 135 lb. (61.2kg)
Featherweight – min 135 lb. and max 145 lb. (65.8kg)
Lightweight – min 145 lb. and max 155 lb. (70.3kg)
Welterweight – min 155 lb. and max 170 lb. (77.1kg)
Middleweight – min 170 lb. and max 185 lb. (83.9kg)
Light heavyweight – min 185 lb. and max 205 lb. (93.0kg)
Heavyweight – min 205 lb. and max 265 lb. (120.2kg)