Marianas Pro comes to San Diego on March 30 offering big money prizes and a free trip to compete in Guam
After the season opener in Seoul, South Korea on January 19, the Marianas Pro series reaches California for another action-packed day of Jiu-Jitsu. On March 30, the beautiful seaside city of San Diego will host some of the best competitors in the region, The event is open to all skill levels and all ages starting at five years old.
One of the biggest attractions for athletes to take part in the event will be the big cash prizes for adult open class division winners. Blue belt and purple belt absolute champions will take cash prizes home. For the brown belt absolute and the black belt absolute champions, the prizes will be trips to Guam with all expenses paid to compete in the 2019 Marianas Open, the season’s big finale. There will also be prizes for teams champions in the kids and adult divisions.
The big names are already flocking in. Upcoming talents Andy Musaraki, Roberto Ramirez, Ricardo Briceno, Jacob Ramirez, Igor Tanabe and black belts Nicholas Greene and Diego Ramalho are in. Register now and go compete in one of the fastest growing events of the Jiu-Jitsu calendar.
The 2019 Marianas Pro San Diego is scheduled March 30, at the San Ysidro High School. The early registration deadline is March 9 and the final registration deadline is March 28. Hurry up and sign up now! For more info go to marianasopen.com.