· 11- 17 FEBRUARY 2023
· FROM BELGRADE, SERBIA
The International Mixed Martial Arts Federation (IMMAF) prepares for the biggest event in its 11-year history. The 2022 IMMAF World Championships for Senior and Junior athletes will be streamed live from Štark Arena, in Novi Beograd (Belgrade), Serbia, from 12 to 17 February at IMMAF.tv.
Over 550 athletes from 63 countries are expected to compete in Serbia, making the 2022 IMMAF World Championships the biggest event in the international governing body’s history. A number of champions from the 2022 season are set to return including: Sabrina de Sousa (BRN), Ramazan Gitinov (BRN), Magdalena Czaban (POL), Fergus Jenkins (NZL), Otabek Rajabov (TJK) and Veja Hinda (NAM).
The programming includes the live broadcast of all matches from five IMMAF Fighting Areas (cages) across six days of competition.
The preliminary rounds (Round of 32, Round of 16, Quarter-Finals and Semi-Finals) will start at 11am daily (local time/UTC +1) with the Junior and Senior Finals confirmed to take place on Thursday, Feb. 16th and Friday, Feb. 17th at 5pm. The finals will also include the official medals ceremonies.
The content will be available to fans all over the world for $9.99 for non-subscribers at 2022 IMMAF World Championships – immaf.tv
In Serbia, the 2022 IMMAF World Championships will be exclusively broadcasted on Arena Sport TV.
The World Championships feature as part of IMMAF World Championships Week, an eight-day spectacle promoted by the International Mixed Martial Arts Federation, Serbian MMA Federation and BRAVE Combat Federation in conjunction with BRAVE Serbia International Combat Week 2023.
Sunday, February 12
Bracket of 32 for Juniors & Seniors (11 am, local time)
Monday, February 13
Bracket of 16 for Juniors & Seniors (11 am, local time)
Tuesday, February 14
Quarter Finals for Juniors & Seniors (11 am, local time)
Wednesday, February 15
Semi-Finals for Juniors & Seniors (11 am, local time)
Thursday, February 16
Finals for Juniors (5 pm, local time) & Medal Ceremonies
Friday, February 17
Finals for Seniors (5 pm, local time) & Medal Ceremonies