WNO Championships Preview: Kaynan Duarte Is The Man To Beat at Heavyweight

The Who’s Number One (WNO) Championships on September 25-26 will feature five eight-person brackets with many of the best grapplers in the world competing in 15-minute submission-only matches. In the days leading up to this event, Grappling Insider will be previewing each of the five divisions. View the men’s lightweight

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Keenan Cornelius Explains the Injury That Forced Him to Withdraw From Who’s Number One

Veteran elite black belt competitor Keenan Cornelius hasn’t competed since 2020. He was scheduled to return to competition on June 19 to face Haisam Rida at Who’s Number One, but was forced to withdraw due to a back injury that has been bothering him for well over a year. On

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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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Who’s Number One Results and Highlights: Ruotolo Brothers Impress

On Friday, April 30, Who’s Number One (WNO) returned with a card from Austin, TX. In the main event, former UFC title challenger Gilbert Burns defeated former Bellator champion Rafael Lovato Jr. by decision. In other action, Atos representatives Tye and Kade Ruotolo impressed in victories over William Tackett and

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Quintet Fight Night 4 Review: Another New Concept From Sakuraba

On November 30th, less than two weeks before the momentous Quintet Ultra, four teams faced off at Quintet Fight Night 4 in the Japanese city of Akita. In addition, Haisam Rida took on Kyle Chambers in a traditional match and two Ironman matches took place. This was a new ruleset

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