Road to ADCC Results and Highlights: Kaynan Duarte Heel Hooks Matheus Diniz Early

On Saturday, July 17, ADCC and FloGrappling held “The Road to ADCC,” headlined by a match-up between 2019 ADCC champions Matheus Diniz and Kaynan Duarte. In the main event, Atos black belt Duarte made quick work of Diniz with a heel hook submission in just over two minutes of action.

Read more

The Road to ADCC Breakdown: Kaynan Duarte vs. Matheus Diniz Match Preview

In the main event of The Road to ADCC on July 17, Matheus Diniz will take on Kaynan Duarte in a 20-minute ADCC rules match. Simply put, this match-up between 2019 ADCC champions represents the pinnacle of submission grappling. Although Diniz currently finds himself on a losing skid and Duarte

Read more

The Road to ADCC: Kaynan Duarte vs. Matheus Diniz Full Card Line-Up and Betting Odds

On Saturday, July 17, Austin, TX will play host to one of the most anticipated grappling events of the year. A collaboration between FloGrappling and the ADCC, The Road to ADCC features a main event between 2019 ADCC champions Matheus Diniz and Kaynan Duarte, as well as five other matches

Read more

Video: Lucas Barbosa Goes to Sleep After Regulation, Still Wins Against Matheus Diniz at BJJ Stars 6

Saturday’s BJJ Stars 6 event featured many of jiu-jitsu’s top competitors going head to head in high-paced, exciting matches. But the evening wasn’t without controversy; the no-gi co-main event between 2019 ADCC champion Matheus Diniz and top Atos competitor Lucas “Hulk” Barbosa ended in utter confusion. In the final seconds

Read more

Video: Marcelo Garcia Reveals The Secrets of His Trademark Guillotine

Marcelo Garcia is widely considered one of, if not the best jiu-jitsu players of all time. A four-time ADCC champion and the record-holder for most submissions in ADCC history, much of Garcia’s legendary success came by way of his trademark high-elbow guillotine. In a recent video with BJJ Fanatics owner

Read more

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

Read more