Abu Hurraira Dhanani

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Abu Hurraira Dhanani is an international[1] Jujutsu Athlete who played for Pakistan in World Games, World championship, Ju-jitsu at the 2016 Asian Beach Games[2], Ju-jitsu at the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games [3]. He started playing Jiu-jitsu[4] at very early age and his talent was rapidly acclaimed by Pakistan Jujutsu in 2004. He earned his laurels from years of hard work. On top of he is unbeatable jiu jitsu athlete in Pakistan since 2010 up till now. He is also the only athlete who represent Pakistan in 2017 World Games[5]. Abu Hurraira Dhanani play continued to rapidly improve over the years, and by 2010 he was one of the most dominant players of Jujutsu in Pakistan. He has the honor to set a record of continuous achievement of 03x times Asian Games gold medal for Pakistan in (Asian Championship 2010[6], (Asian Championship 2010 & Ju-jitsu at the Asian Beach Games 2014 respectively). An impeccable career as a professional Abu Hurraira Dhanani holds (04 Gold medals, 06 Silver medal & 03 Bronze medal)[7] in international events which includes Silver medal in 2015 Ju-Jitsu World Championships 2015 that has created now is a result of an undying drive and evidence of his strength of character. Recently he won 02 bronze medal in 5th Asian Championship Sep 2021[8]. Abu Hurraira Dhanani also give free training of self-defense to orphans, females & spread awareness of self-defense & harassment.[9]


  1. ‘Sponsors can uplift ju-jitsu in Pakistan’.
  2. Ju-jitsu at the 2014 Asian Beach Games.
  3. Asian Indoor Games: Pakistan bag five medals in ju-jitsu events.
  4. M/s Abu Huraira & Muhammad Ammar, WAPDA Ju-Jitsu players won Silver medal in Duo System during 1st Asian Ju-JItsu Championship 2016, Turkemanistan.
  5. Asian Beach Games: Pakistan jiu-jitsu team to depart for Vietnam.
  6. World Games 2017 to begin in Poland from Thursday.
  7. Eight-member squad to represent Pakistan in Korea.
  8. Pakistani athletes won 8 Bronze Medals.
  9. Players heartbroken as Pakistan misses out on World Jiu-Jitsu Championship.

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