GAMMA Australia (the Australian Mixed Martial Arts Sports Association – AMMASA) has entered 2022 with renewed vigour after two difficult years for combat sports.

In a letter to Members that was sent by President Zaya Zaya earlier this month, he thanked everyone for their support and highlighted some particularly positive activities over the past 24 months.

Across five states – Western Australia, Victoria, Australia Capital Territory, New South Wales and Queensland – more than 15 events took place with multiple fights and hundreds of athletes. This was a great achievement considering the COVID-19 restrictions in place throughout 2020 and 2021.

The President also shared the new logo for the AMMASA and outlined the process that now applies for Federation-run events and sanctioned events. Importantly, the use of the GAMMA name and logo has changed, with all events now required to use AMMASA.

As a GAMMA member, the AMMASA is the National Governing Body representing MMA in Australia.

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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.