Rener Gracie, Craig Jones to Serve as Coaches on The Ultimate Fighter

Jiu-jitsu will be well-represented on the upcoming season of The Ultimate Fighter. Elite no-gi competitor Craig Jones will serve as a coach for Alexander Volkanovski’s team, while Rener Gracie will serve as a coach on Brian Ortega’s team. The Ultimate Fighter Season 29 is set to air sometime this summer.

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Breaking: Craig Jones Out, Tye Ruotolo Will Face William Tackett at Who’s Number One

This Friday’s Who’s Number One event has lost its main event, FloGrappling has reported. Craig Jones has pulled out of his scheduled main event match with Tye Ruotolo, citing health concerns. Replacing Jones will be William Tackett. View this post on Instagram A post shared by FloGrappling (@flograppling) With Jones

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Fight to Win 170 Results and Recap: Jonnatas Gracie, Josh Hinger Impress

The busiest promotion in jiu-jitsu returned to action on Saturday, April 17 with Fight to Win 170. In the main event, Josh Hinger captured the masters middleweight title with a decision win over Rafael “Formiga” Barbosa. Lower on the card, super heavyweight Max Gimenis defeated Guilherme Augusto, and Jonnatas Gracie

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Gordon Ryan Gives Preview and Prediction of Craig Jones vs. Tye Ruotolo

The next Who’s Number One event, headlined by a submission-only match between Craig Jones and Tye Ruotolo, is just over two weeks away. Jones’ teammate and current no-gi pound-for-pound king Gordon Ryan has weighed in on the match-up and offered his prediction. Check out Gordon Ryan’s quick breakdown below. View

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Tainan Dalpra and Jonnatas Gracie Added to EUG 170-Pound Tournament

Just a few days after its first event, Evolve Ur Game (EUG) promotions has already started to announce competitors for its next event. Jonnatas Gracie and Tainan Dalpra will both participate in the EUG 170-pound tournament scheduled for June 12, the promotion has announced. View this post on Instagram A

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Jonny Tama and Kennedy Maciel Added to EUG 8-Man Tournament

On April 3, Evolve Ur Game (EUG) promotions will hold an eight-man gi tournament showcasing some of the best lighter-weight grapplers in the world. Recently, EUG announced that Thiago Macedo and Shane Jamil-Hill have been forced out of the event; replacing them will be Johnny Tama and Kennedy Maciel. View

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