Event Info : Metamoris 4



Venue: Petersen Automotive Museum
Venue Address: 6060 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036 USA


PPV Price: $20 Before July 5th $30 after July 4th
Date: Saturday August 9th, 2014
Time: 4:00pm PDT - Free Pre-show
5:00pm PDT (8pm EST) - Main card/pay-per-view
Stream info: If you purchase the PPV stream you are set to watch the event live or anytime after the live event for 3 months.

For other Live Stream questions visit Metamoris FAQ.


Live Ticket Notes:
Tickets go on sale on Monday June 30th at exactly 12pm (pacific time) on Metamoris.com. There are only 700 seats available TOTAL and they will sell out fast, Metamoris 3 sold out in 5 hours. For general admission the sooner you buy your tickets the closer your seat will be to the 3rd row although there are really no bad seats and to insure that is the case the last 8 rows will be on custom risers for a greater vantage point over closer rows.

Time: Doors open at 3 PM (PST)

Live Ticket prices:
  • Front row: $300
  • Second row: $200
  • General seating: $100


The intimate live experience of Metamoris at the Petersen Automotive Museum is a night of submission only grappling like nothing else. From start to finish the event is designed to bring you closer to the struggle and glory of the worlds greatest grappling athletes while the Acai, gourmet food trucks and a full bar make sure you're ready for the four hour journey.



Kenny is a huge Jiu-jitsu advocate. Aside from being the only UFC fighter in history to compete in 4 different weight divisions, Kenny started off his fighting career with a deep respect for Jiu-jitsu. Kenny's first Jiu-jitsu experience was a seminar from UFC legend Royce Gracie. He recalls getting the bug and competing multiple times with his brother and being successful early on. When asked where he trained he replied by saying he and his brother just roll around in their basement. We are honored to have Kenny on board as a commentator as he has years of experience with ESPN, FOX and a black belt in Jiu-jitsu.


Jeff is no stranger to the Jiu-jitsu community. Jeff started his training in Santa Barbara with Ricardo "Franjihna" Miller. Jeff has a very open competitive grappling style and may be the most entertaining grappler of all time. His victories are too numerous to count and if you think of your favorite Jiu-jitsu matches Jeff is most likely in your top 3. Jeff commentated for a couple MMA promotions as a Jiu-jitsu analyst and now we are happy to see him in something more true to his roots.