Watch Kade and Tye Ruotolo Roll for an Exhausting Five Minutes

Twin brothers Kade and Tye Ruotolo are 18-year old jiu-jitsu phenoms that are already comfortable competing and winning at the highest levels of the sport. What’s more, they’re two of the most exciting grapplers on the planet, known for their all-action, all-aggression style that lends itself well to submission-only formats.

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Free Match: Is Roberto Jimenez vs. Kade Ruotolo the Best of 2021 So Far?

When Kade Ruotolo stepped in for an injured Andrew Wiltse to face Roberto Jimenez at The Road to ADCC, fans knew they were in for fireworks. Two of grappling’s consensus most entertaining competitors, Ruotolo and Jimenez seemed destined to put on a show, and they delivered just that. FloGrappling has

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Kade Ruotolo Replaces Andrew Wiltse to Face Roberto Jimenez at The Road to ADCC

The Road to ADCC event scheduled for July 17 took a big hit on Wednesday when it was announced that Andrew Wiltse was injured and out of his match against Roberto Jimenez. Hours later, though, FloGrappling and ADCC announced that Kade Ruotolo had stepped in on late notice to replace

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Ethan Crelinsten to Face Gabriel Sousa at Fight to Win 175

Saturday’s Fight to Win 175 event is rapidly taking shape, with a high-level match-up between Ethan Crelinsten and Gabriel Sousa scheduled for the main event. The match was announced via the promotion’s Instagram page. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Fight To Win BJJ (@f2wbjj) A representative

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Who’s Number One Results and Highlights: Craig Jones Decisions Tye Ruotolo

On Friday, Who’s Number One held a stacked event featuring many of the best no-gi jiu-jitsu players in the world. In the main event, Danaher Death Squad representative Craig Jones played exclusively from top position against Tye Ruotolo, earning a unanimous decision victory. And in the co-main event, Mikey Musumeci

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Who’s Number One: Craig Jones vs. Tye Ruotolo Full Card Line-Up, Preview, Betting Odds

On Friday, June 18, Who’s Number One (WNO) will return with what might be it’s best card of 2021. In the main event, Craig Jones will headline his second consecutive WNO show as he takes on teenage jiu-jitsu prodigy Tye Ruotolo. And in the co-main event, Mikey Musumeci will look

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Fight to Win 167 Results and Recap: Victor Hugo Wins by Heel Hook

On Saturday, March 20, Fight to Win returned to action with a card headlined by one of the sport’s most talented big men, Victor Hugo. Lower on the card, Pedro Marinho made his black belt debut, and multiple-time world champion Osvaldo “Queixinho” Moizinho clashed with Gabriel Sousa. In the main

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Four Big Matches Announced for Fight to Win 167

Fight to Win 167 is just around the corner, and the promotion has announced four black belt matches featuring some the sport’s most accomplished competitors. Here’s what we know so far about the top of Fight to Win 167: Kennedy Maciel vs. Gabriel Sousa: The current Fight to Win lightweight

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No Gi Worlds 2019 Final Results

No Gi Worlds has come and gone once again, leaving us with some exciting matches to remember. Not all the big names found the podium this year, but there were some notable results and memorable moments. Johnny Tama, Dante Leon, and Adam Wardzinski were the few non Brazillians to take

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