Challenge of

Champions

50

Challenge_of_Champions_50_Logo

Sunday, December 4th, 2022

CHALLENGE OF CHAMPIONS 50

NJ Expo Center
97 Sunfield Ave.
Edison, NJ 08837

REGISTRATION:
Download and complete the registration form below and bring it to your school/instructor

Early Registration:
Begins: 9/12/22, Ends Monday, October 10th – $100 For 1 Event / $190 For 2 Events

Late Registration:
Begins: 10/11/22, Ends Monday, November 7th – $110 For 1 Event / $210 For 2 Events

PRICE OF ADMISSION FOR SPECTATORS:
Adults: $25 (CASH ONLY)
Kids:
FREE (15 Years old or younger)

Photos from Previous COC Events

What is Challenge of Champions?

Challenge of Champions is the largest mixed martial arts competition in the United States. This past Challenge of Champions event boasted competitors of all ages, backgrounds and belt ranks participating in 300 divisions of head-to-head, dual-discipline martial arts competition. The event took place in front of a sold-out crowd of over 4000 spectators.

Challenge of Champions was introduced over a decade ago in 1996 and has grown to become the largest tournament of its kind in the United States. The next event, Challenge of Champions 50, is scheduled for Sunday, December 4th, 2022.

The areas of competition included Jiu-Jitsu and Kickboxing, for both juniors (ages 15 and under) and adults (of all ages).

Jiu-Jitsu is one of the largest and fastest growing disciplines in martial arts. This competition’s grappling event showcased competitors in various divisions. Jiu-Jitsu is similar to traditional wrestling in its clinch and ground techniques, with the key difference of aiming for a “tap out” or, submission, using various choke holds and joint locks. Due to the fact that most real life fight situations end up on the ground, this is a very practical and effective form of self-defense.

Also featured is the Kickboxing competition. This fast paced sparring competition features participants in full protective gear using strategic combinations of punches, kicks and blocks to cleanly land blows on their opponent and outscore them.

Tiger Schulmann’s Challenge of Champions Highlight