Martial Arts requires discipline and dedication. These traits carry over to daily life.


Practicing and competing help develope mental focus. Participate often.


Win or lose always show sportsmanship. We are all members of the Jiu-Jitsu community.

Fun for the entire family!

Talk about the perfect date, a grapplers dream day, a day in the jiu-jitsu life...March 11th is just that day; Compete in an amatuer tournament during the day, go watch the areas top submission fighters throwdown in a professional show at night.

The host city, Rio Rancho, New Mexico, is just minutes from downtown Albuquerque and is a town known for it's wrestling dominance and support for combat sports. Grapplefest 26 takes place at Cleveland High School and just two minutes away Fight to Win Pro 27 invades the Santa Ana Star Center.

Registration is live for Grapplefest 26 on the Upcoming Events page. Fight to Win promotions is a highly respected organization that has brought countless competitve opportunities for pros and amatuers alike. F2W founder Seth Daniels has pioneered Jiu-Jitsu as a spectator sport with his Pro series, giving more competitors a chance to earn money doing what they love, while showcasing the art across the country. Information on Fight to Win events can be seen on their site: http://f2wbjj.com


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Why CSC?

Combat Sports Club’s core purpose is to facilitate the safe development of its athletes and to foster camaraderie and sportsmanship through fair competition.

We acknowledge the individual accomplishments of competitors in Southwest Grappling League tournaments with the following point system.


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