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The Amateur MMA Festival, organized by the Amateur MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) Association in the US is an exciting event that saw its debut in 2010 as part of the Arnold Sports Festival. This festival occurs regularly alongwith various other events that are also organized by the Amateur MMA Association. In these events, the association cordially invites various amateur MMA fighters regarded as the best of the best and then pit them against each other. These fighters hail from various parts of the US. Events usually include big ones such as the present Amateur MMA Festival, for which, Amateur MMA Festival tickets are available here. The Amateur MMA Association (AMMA) is an association that was launched in 1993, around two decades ago. It is an association whose primary goal is to help organize various Amateur MMA programs that benefit both the fighters and the fans so as to promote the sport as a whole. There are a number of ways through which this association makes such events, which also include MMA training that is enables the fighters to get train physically and to learn tricks of trade. Such fighters can pit themselves against other fighters and gain experience side by side with various other accolades.MMA, as a sport, began in the US in the 90s and has since then evolved from a simple occurrence to one of the US’s favorite ‘pastimes’ – according to the AMMA. The sport itself has undergone a number of changes and has turned into a diverse sport with various well defined rules and regulations. Initially, athletes made use of a single skill in winning MMA matches. However, with beginning of the millennium, athletes found out that a single skill was no longer feasible in winning matches or in even training. MMA truly became a ‘mixed’ martial arts in which various skills from across the spectrum of martial arts were combined.MMA actually began as a martial art whose basic concept was to create a martial art that had styles from various other martial arts and whose competition involved few rules – so as to create a sport that more correctly portrays what may happened in real, without rules fights. However, the absence of or presence of minimal rules resulted in a lack of popularity for the event. As such, MMA had to define a set of rules for the event so as to get the sport more widely accepted while, at the same time, working out a compromise such that the original concept stayed mostly intact.The latest event by the MMA is the Amateur MMA Festival organized at the Arnold Sports Festival. The Arnold Sports Festival is the largest such sports festival in the US under the category of multi sport festivals within the US. The Amateur MMA Festival itself will be made up of a series of MMA matches. The fighters within this match have been selected as a result of various matches organized by the AMMA before the festival’s date – fighters hail from Ohio to the Midwest and each of these fighters has earned his right to be part of the festival by accumulating a required number of points. Usually, this festival encompasses around 20 different MMA matches between the various qualified fighters and these all take place within the pavilion at the Arnold Sports Festival. The festival itself is promoted by two MMA promoters - Troy Speakman and Bob Lorimer from the Arnold Sports Festival all over the Midwest. The various fight cards for this MMA festival are also officially sanctioned by the Ohio Boxing Commission.All in all, fans of the MMA (Mixed Martial Arts), any martial art or similar sports such as boxing will greatly appreciate this ‘no holds barred’ contest in which fighters pit themselves against each other and make use of a spectrum of skills from numerous martial arts – a Karate chop followed by a Tae Kwondo kick and wrapped up by a Kung Fu hold are just some of the moves viewable. As such, get you Amateur MMA festival tickets and go watch some brutal kicking, punching and ‘martial arts’ing!