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World Cup of Mixed Martial Arts Appoints Caribbean Director
The World Cup of Mixed Martial Arts (WCMMA™), is proud to announce the appointment of Bob Daigle as the WCMMA Director to the Caribbean. Mr. Daigle will manage WCMMA Caribbean operations out of offices in the Cayman Islands.
Commenting on the appointment was WCMMA Commissioner Dan Severn who said, “I met Bob at the inaugural WCMMA event on September 15th where we had a chance to chat, and I was thoroughly impressed with his work ethic, and his vision for growing the Nation vs. Nation concept. Even more impressive was Bob’s extensive background in the martial arts itself, as our values of "Honor, Respect and Discipline,"
Bob Daigle is a retired martial arts competitor with over three decades of experience. In 1997 he was awarded the KRANE world title by winning almost every tournament in the circuit that year, being crowned with the title when he took 1st place in Caracas, Venezuela. Bob's enthusiasm and passion for the growth of the sport continues to drive him, and he envisions that the World Cup of Mixed Martial Arts will not only be an exciting competition for fans, but should also help to change the lives of young people, and give them the direction that comes along with the values of the organization.
The WCMMA caught up with Bob Daigle who provided us with an interview and more details on what we can expect. To view the interview click WCMMA Caribbean. (http://youtu.be/
For more information on the World Cup of Mixed Martial Arts visit: worldcupofmixedmartialarts.com (http://worldcupofmixedmartialarts.com/
About World Cup of Mixed Martial Arts™
The WCMMA™ is an international team orientated mixed martial arts organization that produces nation vs nation mixed martial art competition, along with individual title matches. The WCMMA™ every four years holds MMA's very own World Cup Championships, the highest honor in team sports. An invitation to this prestigious event is based on national teams who are successful in qualifying for the honor. National teams qualify by accumulating enough points in international World Cup competition over a four year cycle as they face other national teams.
In addition to producing events the WCMMA™ sets itself apart from many other organization. The WCMMA™ also sanctions events and helps assist qualified independent promoters in their efforts of growing the sport. The WCMMA™ also offers exclusive WCMMA™ franchises to respective nations competing within the circuit, and assists them on building their respective franchise through licensing, television, merchandising, and talent acquisition.
The WCMMA™ is headquartered in Rome, Italy, and with offices in Boca Raton, Florida, Cayman Islands, and Bronx, New York