Wrestling Signs Streaming Agreement with FloGrappling for World C'Ships

By United World Wrestling Press

CORSIER-SUR-VEVEY, Switzerland (August 29) – United World Wrestling has partnered with US-based FloGrappling to provide live stream and on-demand coverage of the World Grappling Championships through 2020. The three-year deal will include all men’s and women’s, gi and no-gi championships.

Grappling is a non-Olympic style of United World Wrestling with several events held annually around the world. United World Wrestling’s Grappling Commission oversees the competitions, sets rules and awards host cities for events like the World Grappling Championships.

“Grappling is a worldwide phenomenon and we are looking forward to working with FloSports to showcase our style to fans everywhere on,” said United World Wrestling president Nenad Lalovic. “We’re confident FloGrappling’s coverage of the World Grappling Championships will give the sport new energy and attract more athletes and fans.”

The 2018 Grappling World Championships will feature national teams from Russia, Poland, France, Iran, Ukraine, Italy, Azerbaijan, Kryzgstan, Brazil, the United States and more.

The four-day competition will run September 6-9 at the Daulet Sports Complex in Astana, Kazakhstan.

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