Anyone can compete at the Montreal WPJJC Trial on Feb. 22 no matter your nationality

Earn a ticket to compete at the main event in Abu Dhabi. Photo: Erin Herle

Earn a ticket to compete at the main event in Abu Dhabi. Photo: Erin Herle

The restrictions have been lifted for the Abu Dhabi World Professional Jiu-Jitsu Championship trial in Montreal, Canada on Feb. 22. The organization previously restricted applicants to competing in the trial where they have citizenship but for this North American trial, it’s anyone’s game.

The registration is for any belt level with the chance to win a Fuji gi and for some, a paid trip to the Abu Dhabu World Pro main event in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates in April. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to compete internationally for free.

The number of travel packages to be earned at this trial is distributed as follows:

Eight male black belts, two male brown belts, two male purple belts, two male blue belts, five female black/brown belts, two female purple belts, two female blue belts. Also, the organizers will choose a number of stand-out teens and juniors to earn a package as well.

The first step to earning your ticket is signing up for the event. Register at

Registration ends Tuesday, Feb. 5 at 11:59 p.m. EST

Make sure you also become a member of the UAEJJ (only if you’ve never signed up before) by going here:

Make your travel plans, and you’re good to go. Weigh-ins are on Feb. 21 at the Holiday Inn Montreal – Midtown.

Find out more information here:

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