Gordon Ryan vs. Luiz Panza Announced for Next Who’s Number One

The world’s top pound-for-pound no-gi grappler will return to action in less than a month. At Friday’s Who’s Number One (WNO) event, FloGrappling announced that Gordon Ryan will compete at the next WNO against Luiz Panza. The event is scheduled for May 28. View this post on Instagram A post

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Throwback: Watch 22-Year Old Gordon Ryan Take On Ralek Gracie in No Time Limit Sub-Only Match

In late 2017, Gordon Ryan was fresh off his first ADCC gold medal and only just beginning his journey to becoming the most dominant and well-known no-gi grappler in the world. He was 22-years old, and despite already owning plenty of accomplishments between the ADCC championship and a pair of

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Nicky Ryan vs. Gabriel Almeida Added to Who’s Number One

The Who’s Number One (WNO) event scheduled for May 28 just added another high-profile match-up to the already stacked card. Fresh off his decision win over PJ Barch, Nicky Ryan of the Danaher Death Squad will take on Checkmat’s Gabriel Almeida. The match was announced by FloGrappling. View this post

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Breaking: Gordon Ryan to Make ONE Championship Grappling Debut Against Shinya Aoki

Top pound-for-pound grappler Gordon Ryan is set to make his ONE Championship debut. On August 27, Ryan will square off with submission specialist and longtime MMA veteran Shinya Aoki in an open-weight grappling match. News of the bout was first reported by Marcel Dorff of MMADNA. In March, ONE Championship

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Mikey Musumeci Returns to No-Gi Competition, Will Face Lucas Pinheiro at WNO

It looks like Mikey Musumeci’s move to no-gi competition might stick. Musumeci is scheduled to face no-gi Pans champion Lucas Pinheiro at Who’s Number One (WNO) on May 28. FloGrappling announced the match. View this post on Instagram A post shared by FloGrappling (@flograppling) This match comes just a couple

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BJJ Stars V Results & Video Highlights: Pereira Upsets Meregali On Way To Grand Prix Final

BJJ Stars returned to action on Saturday night with gi and no-gi superfights and a star-studded eight-man heavyweight grand prix. At the end of the night, Felipe Pena walked away the grand prix champion, but underdog Gutemberg Pereira was the story of the night as he shocked Nicholas Meregali in

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