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‘Beast’ comes to Wildwoods

By On Deck Staff

The Wildwoods Convention Center will host the 4th Annual Beast of the East Grapplers Quest Championships in the Oceanfront Arena, Saturday, March 7.
Three hundred east coast championship titles will be on the line for Submission Grappling and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Divisions of all ages and skill levels.
Registration and weigh-ins open at 8 a.m., and competitions start at 10 a.m., featuring 365 divisions on 16 competition mats with four different warm-up areas.
Absolute division prizes total $10,000 and include 100 championship belts, 75 gold cups, 1,000 medals, and $5,000 in cash prizes.
Grapplers Quest is the world’s largest Submission Grappling competition, with more than 100,000 competitors worldwide since 1996.
Submission Grappling is one of the main components of Mixed Martial Arts and encompasses the ground fighting aspects of the sport.
It combines the powerful throws of Olympic Judo Competitors, takedowns of Greco-Roman Freestyle Wrestlers, leg-lock attacks of Russian Sambo Specialists, and submission skills of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Fighters. Children from age 4, and men and women of all ages compete in four different countries to prove their Grappling skills.
Grapplers Quest is the industry leader in the sport of Submission Grappling and has caught the nation by storm.
For registration and additional information, visit GrapplersQuest.com.
For more information about The Wildwoods visit WildwoodsNJ.com or call 609-729-9000.

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