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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2021 No-Gi Pans Results and Highlights: Elisabeth Clay Wins Double Gold with Six Submissions

The dust has settled from the 2021 IBJJF no-gi Pans, and Elisabeth Clay is walking away with arguably the best overall performance of the weekend. Clay secured six submissions in as many matches on her way to winning double gold. Per usual, Clay did most of her best work attacking

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Subversiv Team Tournament Line-Ups Announced; Atos, DDS, 10th Planet, More to Compete

On Saturday, May 1, the grappling promotion Subversiv will return to action with Subversiv 5. The event features a stacked line-up of teams for the three-on-three team grappling tournament, including top competitors from Atos, the Danaher Death Squat, Checkmat, 10th Planet, and more. Check out those line-ups, start times, betting

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WNO Results and Highlights: Gordon Ryan Dominates, Submits Vagner Rocha

On Friday, March 26, Who’s Number One (WNO) returned to Austin, TX with another star-studded night of submission-only grappling. In the main event, despite plenty of heated trash-talk, some of which happened during the match, Gordon Ryan dominated and eventually submitted Vagner Rocha. Lower on the card, Nick Rodriguez, Mikey

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Who’s Number One: Ryan vs. Rocha Full Card Preview and Predictions

On Friday, March 26, Who’s Number One will return with another night of submission-only action for a card headlined by Gordon Ryan and Vagner Rocha. The event features a number of other compelling and interesting match-ups, including Nick Rodriguez taking on ADCC champion Yuri Simoes, and four-time world champion Mikey

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Fight to Win 162 Results: Rafaela Guedes Wins Title; Talita Alencar Wins Scrappy Match Over Gabi McComb

Fight to Win returned to Miami on Friday for its first-ever all-female card. In the main event, Team Atos representative Rafaela Guedes edged three-time IBJJF world champion Ana Carolina Vieira to earn the Fight to Win no-gi lightweight belt. The rest of the card was filled with top-tier world champions,

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An Interview with Black Belt World Champion Andressa Cintra (with video and audio)

Andressa Cintra is the 2019 black belt world champion in the IBJJF women’s medium-heavy division. In this interview, we discuss many interesting topics including how she started training, the champion’s mindset, and she gives many tips that will help when you experience a plateau. You may watch the included video from YouTube or listen to the audio version.

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