Our GAMMA member in Slovakia is set to host the MAMMAL series on 10 April in Komárno!

The event will feature:

  • 35 matches
  • 20 clubs from three different countries – Slovakia, Czech Republic, and Hungary
  • Over 60 fighters

The competition will be in full compliance to all safety regulations and strict covid-19 protocols that were agreed with the Government authorities. The competition involves the best cadets, juniors, youths, and adult athletes from Slovakia, Czech Republic, and Hungary.

The MAMMAL series is a calendar filled with competitions and organized by our GAMMA member federation with the aim to support the growth of local, aspiring athletes while governing the safety and fairness of its competitions.

GAMMA President Alexander Engelhardt praised efforts by Slovakia to develop amateur mixed martial arts in Central Europe.

“With one of GAMMA’s priorities being youth development, carefully planned tournaments which attract participants are crucial to athlete development,” he said.

“We are delighted and thankful that they are blazing the trail in amateur MMA in Central Europe.”


As the global governing body for amateur MMA, GAMMA works daily to improve the stewardship of the sport while developing it in a healthy, safe, and inclusive manner.

This gives all amateur mixed martial athletes the opportunity to fulfill their dreams and compete on the grandest sporting stage.

A five-year strategy has been launched through to 2024.

During this time, GAMMA will lead the drive towards a more competitive, entertaining, and meaningful MMA for athletes and fans.

GAMMA will create more opportunities for people and nations to enjoy MMA while increasing competitiveness at all levels.

This will include the development of exciting and engaging global events, working to attract new and diverse fans, and building long-term commercial and non-commercial partnerships.

GAMMA will continue to make considerable efforts to protect the integrity of the sport and develop initiatives that promote fair play, inclusion, gender equality and more.