2022 IMMAF Asian Championships

Hosted by the Tajikistan MMA Federation and closed to Asian nations, the senior and junior continental tournaments will be broadcast from the Kasri Tennis Va Machmaai Varzishi Ob in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. 

With more than 170 athletes from 13 nations registered to compete, the finalised athlete list and draw is to be confirmed on 26 October. Registered national teams include Afghanistan, Bahrain, India, Iran, Iraq, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Mongolia, Pakistan, South Korea, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.


Thursday 27th October 
from 11:00 hrs (TJT /UTC +5) Day 1 of competition (Seniors – round 16/ Juniors – round 16)

Friday 28th October
from 11:00 hrs (TJT /UTC +5) Day 2 of competition (Seniors – Quarter-Finals/ Juniors  – Quarter-Finals)

Saturday 29th October 
from 11:00 hrs (TJT /UTC +5) Day 3 of competition (Seniors – Semi-Finals/ Juniors –  Semi-Finals)

Sunday 30th October 
from 11:00 hrs (TJT /UTC +5) Day 4 of competition (Seniors – Finals/Juniors – Finals)

The International Mixed Martial Arts Federation will be live streaming its 2022 Asian Championships live and on-demand at immaf.tv next week, from 27 – 30 October from 11:00 hrs (UTC+5)All matches from across 4 full days of elite amateur MMA action will be available worldwide from $9.99 for the Championships Pass